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GS, JPM and MS are removing products from the Hong Kong exchange derived from companies deemed to have ties to the Chinese military.
An executive order says U.S. purchases of military-linked Chinese companies must stop by January 11, including three of the world's top-20 telecoms.
The New York Stock Exchange will delist China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom - all top 20 telecoms globally - by January 11.
It has been a bad start to the month for stocks in China, with the roaring Seoul stock market now outperforming Chinese shares.
A coal miner owned by a Chinese province defaulted on a billion-yuan bond a month after it won government backing. That spells trouble.
The president takes aim at 31 companies that the Defense Department says have ties to the Chinese military.
Here's why Qualcomm -- with its 3.5% annualized yield -- should remain on its dividend-increasing flight path.
Data Center operator Global Switch is prepping to list in Hong Kong. Here is why it could be a choice global investment opportunity.
While Google's services largely remain blocked in China, Apple has been eager to keep local regulators happy.
China's tech giants Alibaba and Tencent now rank among the 10 largest companies in the world. How long before they're 1 and 2?
Chinese markets are wildly unpredictable, not beyond doubling and then falling by half within a matter of months. That is, until this year. Investors should prep their butterfly nets.
New chip announcements from Intel and Samsung suggest Qualcomm's modem chip lead isn't what it used to be.
The AIIB is now on the verge of beginning to announce intended projects.
Reporter Brittany Umar details the day's most searched trends on Google, Yahoo! and Twitter -- including Twitter and iPhone China.
China Telecom is reportedly already training its sales force on how to sell the iPhone.