US company poised to hook up with Chinese-backed special purpose acquisition company CITIC Capital Acquisition Corp as it looks to go public
President Joe Biden has also withdrawn Trump-era executive orders that looked to ban new downloads of the Tencent-owned apps and ordered a review of alleged security concerns posed by them
Region expected to double its spending on renewable power generation over the next decade – accounting for over half of total investment – with fossil fuel expenditure predicted to plunge
Crude shipments from the Kingdom dropped 21% last month not because China’s voracious appetite for oil has reduced but because of wide-scale maintenance work at refining sites across the country
Relations between the two countries have taken a serious downturn since Canberra called for an international probe into the origins of Covid-19 – with trade in beef, coal, barley and wine being especially hit
Nuclear safety authorities dismissed the incident at the southern Guangdong plant as a ‘common phenomenon’ but, whatever happened, its going to be that bit harder now for Beijing to make the case for atomic power to its people. So what actually happened?
The ride-hailing firm is looking to raise up to $10 billion in the US offering that would value the firm at close to $100 billion – and it doesn’t appear to have been put off by Beijing’s tech firms crackdown
Beijing plans to sell off quantities of its preciously-guarded hoards of copper, aluminium and zinc in a bid to cool down the commodities market which has seen raw materials prices soar in the last year. This rarely happens, so why now?
The dollar saw some of its biggest gains since March last year and Asian markets fell after a hawkish US Fed left stocks and bonds bruised
The Hong Kong carrier, looking at a 99.3% fall in passenger numbers compared with pre-pandemic figures, is in talks with the European plane-maker about cutting numbers in the cock-pits