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China Inc by Bamboo Works discusses the latest developments on Chinese companies listed in Hong Kong and the United States to drive informed decision-making for investors and others interested in this dynamic group of companies.
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China's debt-to-GDP ratio swelled to 288% last year, up 13.5 basis points and a huge level by any standard. Is this kind of debt level sustainable, or will something have to give? And a company called Arrivent has just listed in New York, banking on its licensing deal for a made-in-China cancer drug to make its own big money by selling the drug in …
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A Hong Kong judge has ordered embattled developer Evergrande to liquidate after it failed to reach a debt restructuring deal with its foreign creditors. But will Beijing play ball? And China's private airlines flew into the black last year with big profits on a wave of "revenge travel," but big state carriers continued to post massive losses. What'…
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After years of hesitation, China is finally embracing genetically GMO crops with its approval of some genetically modified types of soybeans and corn. What's leading Beijing to change its mind? And sportswear sensation Anta has applied to spin off and list its foreign Amer unit in New York, just five years after purchasing the company. Will investo…
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Chinese premier Li Qiang told the World Economic Forum that China's economy grew 5.2% in 2023. But will it be able to maintain that growth this year? And China's internet regulator is probing fast fashion sensation Shein for its data handling practices. Will that derail the company's plans for a mega-IPO in New York?…
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AstraZeneca has offered to buy money-losing Gracell Biotech for up to $1.2 billion, in a first-of-its kind M&A for a Chinese drug startup. Will China approve the deal? And e-commerce company East Buy's CEO gets sacked under pressure from its top online salesman. How much power do such influencers wield at Chinese internet companies?…
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China's big national banks are growing wary of their smaller regional counterparts. Will this put further pressure on the smaller lenders, many of which are already struggling? And two leading bubble tea makers file for Hong Kong IPOs. Will investors scoop up their shares, or shun them over concerns about China's slowing economy?…
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China is raising the bar for its vast field of venture capital and private equity companies, a move that looks aimed at avoiding a repeat of the P2P crisis a few years back. What's the implication for Chinese startups? And former autonomous trucking highflier TuSimple is retreating from the U.S. to focus on its China business. What's driving this a…
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Chinese leaders said they'll prioritize progress and stability in 2024 at their annual Central Economic Work Conference. Does that mean they'll put greater emphasis on the economy? And France and Turkey take new steps that could limit Chinese EV imports. What's behind this growing bias against Chinese electric cars that are flooding the global mark…
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EV maker Zeekr, owned by car giant Geely, has filed for a New York IPO to raise as much as $1 billion. But with only two years of history, will investors embrace the company? And bubble tea giant Mixue Bingcheng eyes its own listing in Hong Kong. But will investors worry that China's premium tea market is overheated and about to burst?…
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After falling to multiyear lows, China's yuan has come roaring back in recent weeks. But what has changed, and are the gains for real? And China approves the $69 billion merger of VMWare with global chip giant Broadcom after more than a year. Does this signal a friendlier new approach by China to global chip M&A?…
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After several years of unbridled enthusiasm, investors have sharply pulled back their support for Chinese healthcare startups. Why the sudden cold feet toward this group? And a decade after acquiring U.S. pork giant Smithfield, China's WH Group is eyeing a New York listing for the company. Could this be prelude to a sale of this pork barrel investm…
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A summit between Xi Jinping and Joe Biden is looking increasingly likely after China’s foreign minister traveled to Washington last week. But will such a meeting accomplish anything? And Stellantis, owner of the Chrysler and Peugeot brands, will pay $1 billion for 20% of Chinese EV maker Leapmotor. What’s driving this odd partnership between a glob…
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Ford has put the brakes on a battery plant being built for it in the U.S. by China’s CATL. Is this the end of the road for Chinese EV investments in the U.S.? And pet community operator Boqii is leaving the NYSE after a “ruff” three years. Are more Chinese companies likely to follow Boqii’s lead?Oleh Bamboo Works
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China has barred a top executive from U.S. risk control firm Kroll from leaving the country. Will this send more chills through foreign companies in China? And after implementing a strict new law on cross-border data transfers, China rolls out a new draft rule rolling back some of the toughest requirements. Will that be enough to ease concerns of j…
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Ride sharing company Dida has filed a fourth time for a Hong Kong IPO. Will this Chinese Uber knock-off finally win over skeptical investors? And after trying its hand as a flavoring for milk and then coffee, traditional spirits maker Moutai is in yet another new tie-up with U.S. chocolate maker Dove. But will the young people who enjoy coffee and …
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The European Union has launched an anti dumping probe into Chinese EVs, saying they may benefit from unfair government support. Will this kill a recent boom in China’s EV exports? And foreign stock buyers and businesses are heading for the China exit door in droves. What will that mean for Chinese stocks and foreign direct investment?…
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Baidu has officially made its ERNIE chatbot available to the public, a half year after it first unveiled its answer to the ChatGPT sensation. But will ERNIE and other Chinese chatbots be ignored by local consumers due to China’s strict content controls? And e-commerce software tools maker Baozun announces a tie-up to bring a major American sportswe…
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China sharply stepped up its economic stimulus efforts last week, rolling out new initiatives to boost the stock market and support small businesses and the property market. But will the efforts be enough to jumpstart the slowing economy? And U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo paid visits on Beijing and Shanghai, where she raised eyebrows by say…
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China has vetoed the purchase of Israel’s Tower Semiconductor by U.S. chip giant Intel by failing to give its approval for the deal. Is this retaliation for recent U.S. moves to stifle China’s chip development, and what are the implications for future global M&A? And bubble tea maker HeyTea has opened its first store in London, joining a growing nu…
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China’s central bank has been on a roll lately, first lowering several key interest rates, and then announcing its policy will be “precise and forceful.” Are these kinds of strong words and actions from the usually conservative central bank cause for concern? And the National Bureau of Statistics announces it will stop publishing youth unemployment…
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The unlikely comeback for scandal-tainted coffee chain Luckin marches on, as the company passed rival Starbucks in revenues for their China business. But is Luckin expanding too quickly? And low-cost retailer Miniso announces a dividend policy, saying it will return 50% or more of its profits to shareholders. Will more new economy Chinese companies…
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China has called on the public to report any suspicious activity to assist in its latest campaign to root out espionage. That has foreign businesses worried, since some of the market data they routinely collect to make decisions might be considered national secrets under China’s new data security law. How will all this affect foreign business in Ch…
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E-commerce upstart Temu has sued fast-fashion sensation Shein in the U.S., accusing it of anti-competitive behavior. Will a U.S. judge agree? And big private equity has been notably absent from investing in China’s vibrant AI sector these days. Why are these big-name investors avoiding the space, and what impact might that have on the sector’s deve…
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China’s GDP grew 6.3% in the second quarter year-on-year. While that may look good on the surface, it was actually below analyst estimates and reflected weak year-ago numbers during the two-month Shanghai lockdown. Is more economic stimulus needed? And can Beijing use its old tools to fix these new problems? And U.S. climate envoy John Kerry comes …
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China’s central bank has slapped major fines on Ant Group and Tencent, including a nearly $1 billion fine on Ant, operator of Alipay. Is this the start of a new round of big fines on China’s big tech? Or does it mark the end of a recent storm of regulation that began after outspoken Alibaba founder Jack Ma criticized the government?…
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Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has become the latest high-ranking U.S. government official to travel to Beijing, following Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s visit in June. But will it be enough to put U.S.-China relations back on track? And Beijing slaps export restrictions on gallium and germanium, two important minerals used in many high-tech …
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China Development Bank has become the target of the latest anti-corruption crackdown by China’s main graft buster. Will this affect China’s policy of lending big money to developing countries, and if so, what’s driving such a shift? And AbbVie has filed a suit in the U.S. against BeiGene, one of China’s most up-and-coming young drug makers. What’s …
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The latest annual survey by the EU Chamber of Commerce in China shows revenue fell for more European businesses’ China operations last year. Is this a watershed moment for China’s economy, showing the days of western enthusiasm for investing in the country will never return to pre-covid levels? And AstraZeneca has become the latest major company to…
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A two-year-old corruption clampdown in China’s sprawling tobacco monopoly and regulator has netted nearly 20 senior officials and executives. Why doesn't any other company or sector contribute revenue as abundantly and consistently to central government coffers as China Tobacco? Will China ever get serious about stamping out smoking more aggressive…
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China’s labor market is churning out too many white collar wannabe college grads, but not enough people to fill its blue-collar labor positions. How can China keep more blue-collar workers and their employers in China? Or does China still need so many blue-collar workers? And Elon Musk get audiences with China’s foreign, commerce and industry minis…
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China officially passes Japan as the world’s biggest car exporter in the first quarter of this year. Will Chinese EVs follow down the same road as its solar panels to dominate the global market? And Geely pays 234 million pounds to boost its stake in the renowned but struggling British sportscar maker Aston Martin. Does this mean we'll see James Bo…
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China will officially lose its title as the world’s most populous nation to India in the middle of this year, according to a UN projection. And Hangzhou is calling on employers to provide social insurance for the thousands of deliverymen who bring city residents everything from takeout dining to e-commerce parcels.…
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China’s GDP grew 4.5% in the first quarter, rebounding from 2.9% growth the previous quarter. And Hong Kong rolls out the welcome mat for tech startups with the launch of new rules allowing money-losing high-growth companies to list on the stock exchange’s main board.Oleh Bamboo Works
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China’s luxury market shrank by 10% last year, marking its first contraction in at least five years. And less than three years after opening its first China store, fast food chain Popeyes is dumping its original partner in the market and signing on with the local operator of the fast-growing Tim Hortons donut chain.…
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A record $12.7 billion flowed into emerging debt and equity funds over a three-day period in mid-January, as investors rediscovered China after a nearly two-year lull. And an activist investor is lobbying Alibaba to buy back more of its stock. But will Alibaba listen?Oleh Bamboo Works
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Millions of Chinese are taking to the road to go home for the Lunar New Year holiday, resuming the world’s largest annual human migration after a three year pandemic-induced pause. And Australian coal imports are also making a return to China after a similar hiatus, as the two countries look to reboot relations after a frosty period.…
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Hong Kong jumped on the global bandwagon for IPOs using special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs, at the start of 2022. But a year later, the program has gotten off to a slow start. And Alipay operator Ant Group is declaring its independence from founder Jack Ma, leading some to say the fintech giant may be returning to favor with Beijing re…
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China’s recent ending of its long-held “zero Covid” policy is unleashing big demand for travel, both domestic and international. And a proposed new U.S. law could mean big changes on the horizon for short video sensation TikTok, which continues to generate controversy due to its Chinese ownership.Oleh Bamboo Works
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China has officially ended its long-held “zero Covid” policy, but that’s just the beginning of its road back to normalcy. Experts predict a recovery could take months, while economists are upgrading their economic forecasts for next year. And U.S.-listed Chinese stocks get some holiday cheer from a positive report on an initial round of audits by t…
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