Refinitiv data shows foreigners sold $1.71 billion worth of mainland shares via Stock Connect in May, after selling $659 million in April
State media hailed the effort as "a landmark in China's deep-Earth exploration" that provides "an unprecedented opportunity to study areas of the planet deep beneath the surface".
Move was undertaken to sidestep a potential regulatory conflict stemming from its merger with UBS, which already has a locally incorporated bank in China, sources say
The key setback to Modi's chipmaking goal has been the inability of companies, bidding for $10 billion in incentives, to hook a major tech partner that can implement a prompt plan of action
Chinese president tells security chiefs on Tuesday that the "complexity and severity of national security problems faced by our country have increased dramatically"
Tech entrepreneurs say they're looking to base companies abroad, disillusioned with Xi Jinping's policies, and happy to play down their Chinese identity amid growing trade rivalry with the US
The manufacturing purchasing managers' index fell to a five-month low of 48.8, the Statistics Bureau said on Wednesday, while service sector activity was the slowest in four months
Government sources said the import tax may be halved, and GST cut, because local producers cannot meet the rising demand for renewable energy
Officials in Wuhan have appealed for 259 local companies and entities to pay debts of some $14 million – showing the financial crisis that many local governments in China face
Investors in China have been opting for safer assets as the country's post-Covid recovery struggles to gain momentum, amid weak sentiment at home and geopolitical tensions
The Treasury department is looking to scrap an audit contract with PwC this year after the accounting giant was found to have used confidential tax plans to reap further profits.
Bulk carrier has been accused of 'grave robbing' by British press, after allegedly scavenging from warships sunk during World War II