As the G7 Summit wraps up in Japan, FinanceAsia looks at how sub-zero rates are working out for the world's third largest economy.
Chinese consortium buys a controlling stake in MP & Silva in a deal valuing the global sports media rights agency at $1 billion, according to one person familiar with the matter.
The historically media-shy Chinese logistics giant is looking to fast-track its way onto the market with the help of a Shenzhen-listed rare earth metals firm.
Tony Xia paid £60 million for the under-achieving English football club, adding another deal to what looks set to be a record year for China outbound M&A.
Shenzhen-listed Midea is looking to apply German technology to China’s growing struggle with rising labour costs and an ageing population.
Alibaba Pictures makes its first move into China’s growing cinema business by investing $150 million in convertible bonds issued by Guangdong Dadi Cinema Construction.
JD Capital is the leading bidder, the latest sign of Chinese financial institutions looking to diversify overseas.
The $1.5 billion cash-and-share deal is part of LeEco's plan for a fully-connected ecosystem of content and formally ends any prospect of a separate Le Vision Pictures IPO.
The private equity firm has sold the Chinese education counsellor Education International Corporation instead of conducting an IPO.
The supply chain manager responded to calls to focus on its core businesses, selling a healthcare and consumer arm for $350m to conglomerate Dah Chong Hong.
Part state-owned China Molybdenum’s purchase of niobium and phosphate businesses from Anglo American for $1.5 billion could herald fresh Chinese mining M&A boom.
The Chinese property developer has agreed to acquire a further 17.28% stake in Shengjing Bank, continuing its buying spree in the face of mounting debt.
The record round of private funding values the Alibaba-backed company at almost $60 billion and sets a benchmark ahead of its highly anticipated but yet to be announced IPO.
The US printer maker will be sold to a Chinese consortium led by Apex Technology and PAG Asia Capital.
The Chinese developer hopes copying a business model made famous by Hong Kong railway operator the MTR Corporation will help it fend off a hostile bid.