Despite talk of its precipitous decline, “China’s Twitter” Sina Weibo is aiming...
by Anne Henochowicz | Nov 11, 2013
Weibo users respond to Twitter’s initial public offering on Friday: @微博搜索: The US financial bubble...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 8, 2013
News of Twitter’s IPO on Friday was greeted with wry comments on the service’s Chinese...
by Melissa M. Chan | Dec 4, 2011
Although listings of mainland Chinese companies fell this year in the Hong Kong market, it is expected that as many as 20 companies are planning initial public offerings. Business Week reports: While about 110 companies are...
by Sophie Beach | May 4, 2011
Renren, China’s largest social networking site, went public today, earning $734.40 from its IPO. Bloomberg reports: The Beijing-based company sold 53.1 million American depositary receipts at $14 each, the high end of the...
by Sophie Beach | Feb 2, 2008
From the Financial Times: When PetroChina listed its shares in Shanghai last November, the headline around the world was that PetroChina had a market capitalisation of more than $1,000bn – making it the planet’s most valuable...
by Liu Yong | Dec 19, 2007
The year of 2007 is regarded as a year of overheating for the Chinese economy, especially in the financial market. This year, IPOs and domestic merger and acquisition activities in China increased continually. Overseas investors are envious of the booming capital market in China; however, they are also cautious about the future success of capital […]
by Michael Zhao | Oct 12, 2007
China now seems to be where the US was in the late 1990s, stock market-wise. From the Wall Street Journal: The Chinese market for new stock offerings is starting to look a lot like the U.S. in the late 1990s. In those days, hotly sought-after initial public offerings of tech companies — like Ask Jeeves […]
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- POLITICO – Feminists thwarting China’s population goals
- Forum 2000 – Xiao Qiang: Digital authoritarianism in China undermines democratic values
- NYT – Women Are Battling China’s Angry Trolls. The Trolls Are Winning
- The Jamestown Foundation – Hong Kong Cracks Down on National Security Imperatives Amid Electoral Reforms