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The Chinese billionaire who rides the tiger can never get off - South China Morning Post

Beware of entering into partnerships with the state, as the rule of law may not be the only one that matters. It's the kind of business where occasionally people disappear. PUBLISHED : Tuesday, 07 February, 2017, 4:02pm. UPDATED : Tuesday, 07 February ...and more »

First Beijing came for the booksellers, then the billionaire - Financial Times

The timing of Xiao Jianhua's seizure from Hong Kong by Chinese security agents was most unwelcome for the billionaire and his family, coming on the eve of the Chinese new year celebrations. But it was convenient for Beijing and the semi-autonomous Hong ...and more »

Why Is China Life Insurance Soaring? - Barron's

China Life Insurance (2628.Hong Kong) soared 4.7%, the most traded stock on the benchmark index. Ping An Insurance (2318.Hong Kong) came second, up 2.6%. New China Life (1336.Hong Kong) advanced 4.3%, China Taiping Insurance (966.Hong Kong) gained 3.6 ...and more »

As China's doors open, foreign investors worry about exits - THE BUSINESS TIMES

China's doors to foreign investors may be opening ever wider, but that's not enough for many worried about finding an exit. PHOTO: REUTERS. [HONG KONG] China's doors to foreign investors may be opening ever wider, but that's not enough for many worried ...and more »

Chart reading: Hong Kong's Hang Seng shows Nifty may rise at least 4% to 8900 - Economic Times

By Milan Vaishnav, CMT Historically, Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index, HSI, has enjoyed high correlation with the Nifty50. Any correlation between any asset-class or any market of 0.75 and higher is called 'highly correlated'. With the current correlation ...and more »

China's billionaires should watch their backs - The Japan Times

It has all the makings of a John le Carre thriller: a Chinese billionaire snatched from a luxury Hong Kong hotel amid a swirl of international intrigue, shadowy financial dealings and politicians and tycoons alike ducking for cover. When the Xiao ...and more »

Struggles of ethnic Chinese expats in Hong Kong - EJ Insight

With the mass migration of Hong Kong families to Western countries amid fears over the Communist takeover of the territory in 1997, it is no wonder there are a number of second-generation returnees in the city today. The trend has picked up momentum ...and more »

New Hong Kong airport hotel will profit from mainland Chinese tourism rebound, says Regal - South China Morning Post

Regal Hotels Group acquired the luxury hotel project at Hong Kong International Airport based on the belief that mainland Chinese tourists are returning to the city, a company executive said. Regal, one of the largest hotel operators in Hong Kong ...and more »

China Insurers Jump in Hong Kong Amid Pension Fund Speculation - Bloomberg

Chinese stocks in Hong Kong posted their biggest gain in a month as insurers rallied. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index climbed 1.6 percent to 9,840.26 at close. Insurers accounted for five of the seven biggest gainers on the gauge, with China Life ...and more »

Chinese Stocks Fall as Oil Decline Weighs on Energy Companies - Bloomberg

Chinese equities dropped, with weaker oil prices weighing on energy companies, and as investors fretted over data on the nation's foreign-currency reserves to help gauge the outlook for the yuan. The Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.1 percent to 3,153 ...and more »