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Tense, quickfire negotiations between Wanda, Sunac and R&F Properties demonstrate the tough new regulatory environment Chinese treasurers operate in.
The incentive is part of a package in support of a massive infrastructure push that is expected to chime with China’s Belt and Road Initiative as Bangkok drums up support for high-value investments
The government is attempting to repair the tarnished image of public-private partnerships by offering high-quality assets. But CFOs say maintaining relations with local officials will be key to securing the right deals.
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 need of Chinese corporate to find billions in foreign exchange to pay overseas shareholders is likely to depress the renminbi. But will it last for long?
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
Failure to implement effective internal controls and comply with accounting standards have emerged as key pitfalls for companies wanting to go public in China.
From a small Hong Kong office, a state-owned giant manages billions that bankroll global energy projects. Now, it's looking at taking its cash-pooling solutions global.
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.