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China announces preliminary IPO list

Securities regulator unveiled a short list of firms applying for listing in the small hours of Saturday, signaling a restart of the IPO review.

US listings in doubt despite solid debut

The shares of Weibo Corp gained strongly in their Nasdaq debut, but the cloud over United States-listed Chinese stocks hasn't totally lifted.


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MoC warns of further fall in foreign trade

As China's foreign trade unexpectedly slipped in the first quarter in 2014, the Ministry of Commerce ratcheted up its warnings about a further drop in April.


Honeywell gears up for new era of 'smart cities'

China's urbanization drive is attracting multinationals that focus on creating "human-oriented" cities with regard to comfort, safety and efficiency.


China's business aviation slackens

After a few years of powering forward China's business aviation has started to slow burdened by insufficient support.


25% of auto-industry super-rich from China

A quarter of top car-industry billionaires call China home, a list from Shanghai-based Hurun magazine that documents the life of the wealthy, showed.


Sellers making clear profits on Google Glass

As Google Inc's Android operating system enters China's smartphone market, its second-generation Google Glass device is attracting interest from Chinese consumers.

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