The Chinese property tycoon's bold investment in a sprawling, troubled technology play raised eyebrows. Investors are nervous, but there are grounds for optimism, too.
Instant coffee, tea and cereal manufacturer cancels Singapore Stock Exchange flotation on its scheduled pricing day after controlling shareholder baulks at the valuation.
Xuekun Jin, chief executive of the Hong Kong-listed Chinese company, talks to FinanceAsia about his plans.
Top up placement hit by sell-off in US equities, falling just below issue price during secondary market trading.
China’s bike-sharing sector is attracting excitement, money, and imitation. FinanceAsia takes a closer look.
The company behind D-Mart supermarkets kicks off bookbuilding for what could be India’s largest IPO so far this year.
The consumer goods company has begun marketing a new Singapore listing three-and-a-half years after it was taken private following a family feud.
The deal was completed four years after the Korean policy bank announced its intention to sell, coming ahead of a change in accounting rules next year.
Group founder’s elder son raises $341 million from selling part of his stake in retail flagship, marking his withdrawal from a bitter years-long power struggle with his brother.
Jack Ma is set to spend $2.6 billion to take Intime Retail Group private, moving to boost Alibaba’s physical presence as part of its online-to-offline strategy.
Chinese private equity firm breaks lockup by returning to market with a new $806 million deal only two months after its last divestment.
Chinese-Indonesian conglomerate raised $125m from secondary selldown of shares in Matahari Department Store, potentially creating an overhang for the remainder of its shares.
Travel agency Ctrip will work with private equity firm General Atlantic to capture investment opportunities in the fast-growing Chinese tourism sector.
Chinese private equity firm sells its stake in the pork producer two years after the company’s IPO.
The funds are betting that use of the bike-ride hailing app will accelerate as Indonesia’s population embraces mobile phones.
The takeover not only marks one of the largest acquisitions in the television industry but is also the latest foray of LeEco’s chairman Jia Yueting into the US market.
Shareholders including two controlled by CVC Capital Partners sold shares in Indonesia’s largest shopping mall operator on the back of strong operational figures.
Co-founder and vice-chairman Liu Hong on the fast-growing firm’s global ambition to build an integrated media and telecommunications ecosystem.
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The private equity firm has sold the Chinese education counsellor Education International Corporation instead of conducting an IPO.