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The 134-years-old stock exchange, handling 0.5% of US trading, will be the first US stock exchange to be bought by a Chinese company.

Shanghai's pro-innovation strategy paying rich dividends

Incentives being offered have significantly increased the number and variety of professionals coming to work and live in the city, said an official.

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Shanghai's pro-innovation strategy paying rich dividends

Incentives being offered have significantly increased the number and variety of professionals coming to work and live in the city, said an official.

Companies

Foxconn's Gou says deal with Sharp '90% there'

Foxconn Technology Group Chairman Terry Gou has taken a step forward in the hotly contested battle for control of Japan's Sharp Corp, winning an agreement to become the preferred negotiating partner for a bailout of the struggling consumer electronics maker.

Industries

Chinese tourists expected to become most powerful buyers in winter season

China's outbound tourists are expected to spend at least 10,000 yuan ($1,590) per capita during the Feb. 7-22 Spring Festival holiday season of 2016, which will once again make them the most powerful group of buyers around the world this winter.

Motoring

Daimler achieves record earnings; China being the growth engine

Stuttgart-based automaker Daimler AG grew profitably again in 2015, once more achieving record levels of unit sales and earnings before interest and taxes, with contributions from all divisions.

Technology

Jack Ma eyes acquisitions to weave his magic again

Alibaba is set to use huge war chest to again splash out on acquisitions this year although some concerns over its diversification plans remain.

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