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china issues rules for foreign investments by private firms




china’s powerful state planner on monday issued new rules for overseas investment by private companies, aiming to stamp out instances of firms violating policies, engaging in unfair competition and poor safety and quality management. as chinese companies take an increasingly visible role in the gl...



china widens foreign access to its giant financial sector




china will raise foreign ownership limits in financial firms in a step granting access to a tantalizing multi-trillion dollar financial services market, as the world's second-biggest economy seeks to position itself as a major global finance hub. the move, announced on friday by vice finance ministe...



china's xi says country will not close door to global internet




chinese president xi jinping said on sunday the country will not close its door to the global internet, but that cyber sovereignty is key in its vision of internet development.xi's comments were read by huang kunming, head of the chinese communist party's publicity department at the country's larges...



china steps up warnings over debt-fueled overseas acquisitions




china moved friday to curb investment overseas by its companies and conglomerates, issuing its strongest signal yet that it wants to rein in runaway debt that could pose a threat to the country's slowing economy.beijing has stepped up its efforts in recent months to restrict some of its most acquisi...



china opens financial markets for foreign investors, lifts ownership limits




the chinese government on friday said it will raise foreign ownership limits in domestic financial firms, a long-anticipated step that grants greater access to overseas investors into the asian giant's financial services market. the move, announced by vice finance minister zhu guangyao, comes a day ...



saudi market regulator loosens asset management rules




saudi arabia’s markets regulator loosened its rules for licencing asset management and other investment firms on sunday, according to a presentation by senior officials at the capital market authority (cma).  the revisions will reduce requirements for obtaining a “management activity” licence...



china to launch cybersecurity law despite concerns




companies are pleading with the chinese government to delay the implementation of new cybersecurity legislation amid concerns about unclear provisions and how the law would affect personal information and cloud computingchina will implement a controversial cybersecurity law thursday despite concerns...



presstv-europe falling behind china over iran investments




indications are growing that china is already cementing its foothold in the iranian economy through a heavy campaign of investments in the country’s infrastructure projects. reuters in a recent report quoted officials and industry experts as saying that china’s state-owned enterprises such as c...



new investment rules to curb china's foreign acquisition binge




beijing: the chinese government has officially put the brakes on chinese companies pouring big money into overseas property development, issuing rules likely to have a significant impact in australia.china's state council, or cabinet, issued the first rules on overseas investment by chinese companie...



taking aim at china, india tightens power grid, telecoms rules




india is tightening the rules for businesses entering its power transmission sector and making stringent checks on both power and telecoms equipment for malware - moves that government and industry officials say aim to check china's advance into sensitive sectors.chinese firms such as harbin electri...



china's xi meets zuckerberg, cook in beijing




zuckerberg has made a big show of courting china's leadership in hopes of convincing beijing to relax its ban on facebookapple's tim cook and facebook's mark zuckerberg met chinese president xi jinping in beijing, state media said tuesday, as the communist party pushes for a larger role in private f...



insolvency rules for individuals & firms by dec 17'




the rules of the new insolvency regulations to bring individual businesses under its purview are likely to be in place soon, an official of the insolvency and bankruptcy board of india (ibbi) said ."the rules and regulations for the first phase for insolvency regulations for individuals and firms is...



india and australia discuss ways to deepen defence and security ties




amid the continuing military face-off between india and china in bhutan, new delhi on tuesday discussed ways to deepen defence and security ties with australia.external affairs minister sushma swaraj and australian foreign minister julie bishop met in new delhi and discussed defence and security iss...



pe investments worth $17.6 bn reach all-time high in first 9 months of 2017




private equity investments have hit an all-time high this year with deals worth of $17.6 billion in the first nine months, largely driven by big-ticket transactions, says a report. according to venture intelligence data, private equity firms invested about $17.6 billion in indian companies in first ...



former spy boss david irvine appointed head of foreign investment board




the former boss of australia's spy agencies has been appointed to head up the federal government's watchdog on foreign investments.david irvine will begin his five-year term leading the foreign investment review board in april, where he will be responsible for advising the government on investment ...



sitharaman assures defence firms over licensing, tax concerns




defence minister nirmala sitharaman today issued directions to officials for addressing top military firms' concerns over licensing and tax issues and reiterated the government's commitment to facilitating private sector's participation in defensce manufacturing.sitharaman discussed various issues r...



nirmala sitharaman assures defence firms over licensing, tax concerns




defence minister nirmala sitharaman on saturday issued directions to officials for addressing top military firms' concerns over licensing and tax issues and reiterated the government's commitment to facilitating private sector's participation in defence manufacturing.sitharaman discussed various iss...



us tax cut a trigger for indian it firms




the approval by the us senate for tax cut bill is expected to spur investments in the us and rub off positively on indian it companies. the sector, which is struggling with sluggish demand from clients in the us, could benefit once the bill, which envisages a reduction of corporate tax to 20 per cen...



foreign firms create 650,000 extra jobs in the netherlands




the 15,000 foreign firms operating in the netherlands were responsible for creating 650,000 jobs at other companies in 2014, the national statistics office cbs said on thursday.‘this means jobs for cleaning companies, security companies and accountants,’ spokeswoman marjolijn jaarsma said. the c...



president donald trump ignores deep ties with china




president donald trump is breaking with recent us convention by portraying china as a rival that wants to undermine american prosperity. but it may take more than an aggressive tone to change the complex relationship between two economies that are joined at the hip. in a new national-security strate...



presstv-china, japan to deepen security cooperation




senior diplomats from china and japan exchanged views on a host of security issues at the 15th china-japan security dialog held in tokyo on friday.chinese assistant foreign minister kong xuanyou and japanese senior deputy minister for foreign affairs takeo akiba co-chaired the dialog which was atten...



presstv-china criticizes eu for anti-dumping rules




the new anti-dumping methodology issued by the european union takes discriminative and unfair measures against china, says the chinese foreign ministry.the eu has recently released new anti-dumping rules that remove the former distinction between "market and non-market economies" for calculating dum...



presstv-iran’s rail industry drawing overseas investments




iran’s rail industry is seen as an emerging market in the world with a huge investment potential which is already attracting a host of foreign players.the forbes in an article said the islamic republic had devoted 1 percent of its oil and gas sales to rail development – an initiative that could ...



china fines tech firms over online content




china has fined several of the country's biggest technology firms for failing to remove illegal online content as the authorities intensify their policing of the internet.



sc to hear arguments early december




the supreme court bench of justices adarsh kumar goel and uday umesh lalit on monday (october 23) said that the issue of foreign lawyers’ practice in indian courts will be heard in the first week of december.the issue has been hotly debated by indian bar associations, and the bar council of india...