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Companies

Shagang cuts stake in listed steel unit to diversify

The decision by the nation's largest private steelmaker, Shagang Group, to sell 55.1% of the shares in its Shenzhen-listed unit Jiangsu Shagang Group Co Ltd, was intended to raise funds for diversification beyond steel, analysts said.

Industries

China's smaller cities 'new source' of growth in fur sales

The fur trade has slowed over the past year in China, but rising demand from northern parts of the country and smaller cities.

Motoring

Volvo Group stalls in Q4 as construction sector contracts

Volvo Group posted a fourth-quarter loss as a plunge in construction equipment deliveries compounded the effects of provisions for credit losses and a potential antitrust fine.

Technology

Intel spending big in China to catch up

It may be too late for the chip maker to catch up in the US or Europe, so the company banks on China, where fewer than half the country's 500 million mobile phone users have smartphones.

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