The Chinese property company will pay half what it does on one outstanding bond after taking advantage of buoyant high-yield demand.
Soaring property prices are leading to a boom for Chinese developers. But the Beijing government is looking on with alarm and is tightening the rules.
A host of exciting technology start-ups and fintech plays are preparing to go public in 2017. Zhong An Insurance leads the way, with big names like Ant Financial to come.
China's homegrown ride-hailing app appeared to have pulled off a coup when it bought Uber's business in the country. Since that deal, its troubles have only mounted.
Tensions are building as a growing number of institutional investors, such as CPPIB and Ontario Teachers, take to direct investments. Regulators are watching the trend closely.
After avoiding the bond market in November, Adani Ports pulled off an impressive dollar deal this week.
India's dollar bond market comes to life, with Bharat Petroleum becoming the first Indian issuer this year. Adani Ports has quickly followed.
Russia Direct Investment Fund and Japan Bank of International Cooperation will officially unveil the venture today. RDIF deputy CEO Konstantin Ryzhkov told FinanceAsia about its plans.
The property firm returns to the dollar bond market this week, pulling off a deal it was forced to abandon in November. But unlike the last attempt, the company's latest bond sells under the radar.
Chinese regulators are toughening their stance on outbound M&A after a record year of deals.
The co-CEO of newly-listed HK company tells FinanceAsia why he thinks VPower has an edge over some of its bigger rivals.
China’s foreign exchange regulator is clamping down on the ability of companies to move money offshore.
The Chinese energy giant enjoyed a day to itself in Asia’s dollar bond market — and it certainly made the most of the attention.
Volatility after Donald Trump's election has sidelined many Asian bond issuers. Chinese issuers are the exception — and their impatience to raise funds is encouraging them to adopt some novel approaches.
Jamaludin Ibrahim, chief executive of the Malaysian telecoms giant, talks about the company's vast portfolio — and whether it will sell its stakes in any of them.