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The unmet demand for trade finance services yawns widely reaching more than $1.6 trillion. The ICC concludes banks alone will not solve this desperate issue.
Cooling measures may have stemmed the tied of overseas direct investment, but the central government is keen to ramp up foreign direct investment into Chinese businesses.
The Lion City hatches scheme to cover credit rating expenses, subject to a cap of $S400,000, in a bid to build its local bond market
For treasurers at the centre of China’s efforts to cool the bubbling property sector, offshore yields are now so attractive they outweigh the problem of foreign exchange restrictions
Hong Kong and China are partnering up to create an index tracking Belt and Road-related companies. CT speaks exclusively to the deputy CEO of the CESC to learn more.
Suspicion of fraud at a Chinese company is not the same as fraud, cautions Andrew Leung. For added peace of mind, study your business partner's books and, if necessary, pay a visit.
As global index provider MSCI confirms it will add China’s domestic shares to its influential emerging-markets benchmark, we ask: what will it mean?
Cross-investment in related enterprises, an opaque business model at the mercy of regulators and a netherworld of shadowy financial products, Anbang is a signal lesson in what to avoid in China.
Pessimism as long-awaited decision on whether China’s A shares get coveted listing on major global index hangs in the balance.
Treasurers will watch with interest as regulator calls out shell and zombie companies over reporting problems. Details, however, are thin on the ground.