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Credit default swap trading 'no threat to property market'

Trading in credit default swaps is unlikely to trigger a substantial correction in China's property market, economists said on Tuesday, saying that concerns that speculators would use credit default to short the market were unfounded.

Lenovo to cut up to 1,000 jobs at Motorola

Lenovo Group Ltd confirmed on Tuesday the latest round of layoffs of about 1,000 employees, mostly from the overseas Motorola unit, in a bid to turn around the fortunes of the Chinese company's loss-making smartphone business.

PBOC pushes yuan clearing services along Belt and Road

The central bank will continue to make more bilateral currency swap deals, and enlarge the scope and scale of renminbi settlements with countries along the Belt and Road Initiative to cut exchange rate risk and transaction cost for trade and investment, said a senior central bank official on Wednesday.

Nanjing further tightens control on property market

State counselor proposes cooling China's housing market


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Wanda takes the park fight to Disney

Billionaire Wang Jianlin is betting on strength in numbers prevailing as he battles modern-day invader Walt Disney Co to become China's biggest theme-park operator.


Didi customers have option to switch to bikes

Didi announced on Monday that it has invested tens of millions of dollars in ofo, a bike-on-demand startup created in 2014 on the campus of Peking University as a student project.

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