China's former finmin to head national pension fund: Caixin

BEIJING China's former finance minister Lou Jiwei will take charge of the national social security fund, financial magazine Caixin reported on Saturday. Lou has been appointed as chairman of the National Council for Social Security Fund, Caixin reported on ... ( read original story ...)

China stocks climb to near 11-month high; Hong Kong also up

Both China's blue-chip CSI300 index and the Shanghai Composite ... Shanghai-based head of equity trading at investment firm Shanshan Finance. "Valuation in cyclical stocks is relatively low compared with growth shares, and the sector could be bottoming ... ( read original story ...)

China's Fosun builds stake in Portugal's biggest bank

LISBON, Portugal - Shares in Banco Comercial Portugues, Portugal's biggest listed bank, have surged after China's Fosun took a stake that has made it the bank's biggest shareholder. BCP S.A. shares were up more than 3 per cent late morning trading Monday ... ( read original story ...)

China gives N12m aid to 1,000 FCT pupils

The Embassy of the Peoples Republic of China in Nigeria has given a N12m financial aid to 1,000 pupils of 200 primary and secondary schools in the Federal Capital Territory. The Chinese ambassador, Mr. Zhou Pingjian, who presented the cash award in Abuja ... ( read original story ...)

China Warns Trump On Trade, Calls For Massive 21-Nation Pact

(Photo: Reuters/Mariana Bazo) Xi said that China has contributed to 40 per cent of global growth since the global financial crisis. China's economy is now cooling as it seeks to rebalance growth away from exports to more domestic sources of growth ... ( read original story ...)

China files appeal in U.S. anti-dumping case: WTO

GENEVA (Reuters) - China has filed an appeal against a ruling by the World Trade Organization (WTO) in a dispute over methodologies used by the United States to calculate anti-dumping tariffs targeting Chinese imports, a WTO statement said. In the dispute ... ( read original story ...)