Skype removed from China Apple and Android app stores

These are external links and will open in a new window Image caption The Skype app has been removed on app stores in China Skype's call and messaging service has been removed from app stores in China, including the Apple app store. Apple says it is one of ... ( read original story ...)

Nation Brands 2017: China Rapidly Closing the Gap on U.S.

China is home to 50 of the world’s 500 most valuable brands, according to a recent report. In 2008, the nation had only eight companies on this list of global 500. With an increase of $3.1 trillion every year, China is the fastest growing nation brand ... ( read original story ...)

China criticizes unilateral action after NK sanctions

China is North Korea's main source of trade ... the companies accused of trading with North Korea will be barred from holding U.S. assets or doing business in the United States. That followed President Donald Trump's announcement Monday that Washington ... ( read original story ...)

Beijing throws cold water on China’s fintech IPO wave

China has halted all approvals for new online lending companies, sending a chill through the country’s fast-growing fintech sector, which has produced some of the biggest and most well subscribed offshore listings this year. The regulations came from a ... ( read original story ...)

China-based Companies Seek IPOs as Markets Reach All-time Highs

Bob McCooey, Nasdaq’s Chairman of Asia Pacific and Global Head of Capital Markets, spoke with CNBC Asia's Squawk Box program on November 16. He discussed the YoY increase in China-based Initial Public Offerings in the United States and the strong ... ( read original story ...)

New IPOs launched on Chinese mainland reaches record high

A total of 385 enterprises have issued IPOs, or initial public offerings, on China's A-share market since the beginning of the year, beating the previous record of 344 in 2010. Together, they have grossed 194.4bn yuan (US$29.3bn) through initial funding ... ( read original story ...)

China’s CEFC denies links to alleged Africa bribery plot

A Chinese energy company has denied it had anything to do with a multimillion dollar bribery scheme that U.S. prosecutors say was organized by two businessmen to secure business from African officials on its behalf. In a statement late Tuesday, CEFC China ... ( read original story ...)