Tracy Li

Business Reporter

Electronic payments safeguards

A NEW generation of global electronic payment solutions has been launched by Citibank (China) Co Ltd.

Installment payments power Singles Day shopping spree: Lexin

Shoppers are increasingly choosing to pay for online purchases by installments, according to LexinFintech Holdings, a consumer finance service provider.

Partners in trade doing more than exchanging goods

The future looks bright for Shanghai's relationship with Hamburg with the sister cities enjoying widening cooperation in many areas, says Dr Annette Tabbara.  

Markets continue to slide

Despite better-than-expected trade data, all markets fell.

Australian companies sign agreements worth US$15 billion

Trade minister says agreements show the breadth and diversity of opportunities for businesses in China and will help provide certainty for enterprises and their employees.

China's stock markets end lower despite regulator's new rules

China's stock markets ended lower on Wednesday, with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index shedding 0.68 percent, dragged by names related to free trade port among others.

Singapore's UOB bank aims to ride on China's new round of opening up

The United Overseas Bank Limited aims to ride on China's new round of reform and opening up by strengthening partnerships to lend support for the country's economic growth.

Mixed results for China's stock markets

Benchmark index narrows its losses while the Nasdaq-style ChiNext enterprise board finishes the day up.

Thanks to market reforms, financiers and insurers can show off their latest products

Chinese banks and insurers as well as their foreign counterparts are upbeat about China's latest round of opening-up and reform and they are seizing business opportunities here.  

China's markets end mixed, but Xi's pledge boosts tech

The Nasdaq-style ChiNext gained on the President's pledge to set up a new board for technology innovation.