Property developers and state-owned firms are the weak links in a likely chain of defaults. S&P Global Investors' Lee says China should act boldly to prevent financial contagion.
Britain’s vote to exit EU adds new uncertainties to global economy at a time when China faces downward pressures, Premier Li Keqiang said at the World Economic Forum.
The listing is intended to help fund growth but China's largest bad loan manager will be hostage to the large IPO pipeline in Shanghai.
Chinese companies will wait and see following the UK's decision to exit the European Union in terms of investments and acquisitions in the country.
HSBC's chief executive writes for FinanceAsia's 20th anniversary issue on how the workshop of the world is becoming China’s Silicon Delta.
Another LGFV sells a debut US dollar-denominated issue, attracting lukewarm demand.
As the votes are counted in Britain's historic referendum, we invite readers to have their say on one key question - what effect would a Brexit have on Sino-British relations?
Investors pinned their hopes on China’s growing fintech companies: here’s how and why.
The provincial Chinese bank would be the first city commercial lender to go public in Shanghai since 2007.
Experts from S&P Global Ratings assess the impact of a strong first half of the year in China's volatile property market.
A new Chinese municipality has entered the international bond markets as fears of Brexit appear to fade.
A shift from copycat drugs to a research-driven biotech industry is attracting expat scientists back home to help meet the challenges of an ageing population.
Two Chinese companies from either end of the credit spectrum jump into the market after the Fed's dovish policy statement.
China's ride-sharing platform raises a whopping $7.3 billion but investors seek new ways to safeguard their capital.
The Chinese smartphone maker has teamed up with a regional store operator and an agricultural heavyweight to target SMEs and online consumers in Sichuan province.
China should stay out of the limelight until it gets stock market regulation right.
The leasing unit of China Development Bank has started to test investor demand for its Hong Kong listing in the wake of first-mover BOC Aviation's lacklustre post-IPO showing.
China’s efforts to triple solar power capacity by 2020 bring a new industry to the attention of investors.
The opening up of China’s domestic bond market has been the most important capital markets initiative of the past decade. European borrowers are considering their options.
Chinese infant formula manufacturer is looking to make its debut international bond offering to partially finance the repurchase of its outstanding convertible debt.