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  • April 14 2010

    Agricultural Bank of China hired six banks to arrange the Hong Kong portion of what may be the world’s largest initial public offering this year.

  • April 14 2010

    Among the more than 200 initial public offerings (IPOs) in the world in the first quarter, nearly half are from the Chinese market, topping the world in both the number of IPOs and the amount raised.

  • April 12 2010

    U.S. companies selling everything from soft drinks to cars to millions of Chinese are seen as potential investments for those weighing the likelihood of a yuan revaluation by Beijing.

  • November 13 2009

    China’s fiscal revenue grew 28.4% year on year to RMB 684.49 billion in October, said the Ministry of Finance in a statement published on its website today.

  • November 13 2009

    China’s shares ended higher Friday ahead of U.S. President Barack Obama’s visit to China next week, as renewable energy companies rose on hopes of further cooperation in the sector between China and the U.S.

  • November 13 2009

    Hong Kong stocks rose on Friday, buoyed by a bullish outlook from Industrial and Commercial Bank of China and a spurt of corporate takeover talk in the financial sector, while foreign-currency-denominated B shares jumped to an 18-month high in China on speculative trade.

  • November 09 2009

    When the crisis is over these companies will be stronger and more formidable than ever, reordering the global pecking order.

  • October 29 2009

    The 22 listed Chinese companies, include eight IPOs, 13 OTCBB upgrades, and one switch to Nasdaq from NYSE AMEX.

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