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Billions of pounds in UK-China business deals agreed at business summit
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Tuesday 23 May, 2017
Shanghai FTZ to establish service center to support Belt and Road tradeSHANGHAI Free Trade Zone (FTZ) will set up a service center to help companies break technical barriers to trade with countries participating in the Belt and Road Initiative, FTZ authorities said Monday. The
Insurance funds set for major roleCHINA’S top insurance regulator said yesterday that insurance funds are expected to invest in major projects that will play a significant role in boosting the economy. These projects will be given easier
Airline eyes buying 19 Boeing jetsChina’s Hainan Airlines, which has poured billions of dollars into overseas acquisitions, announced plans yesterday to buy 19 Boeing aircraft for US$4.2 billion to help meet skyrocketing travel demand
Ford appoints new CEO in reshuffleFORD Motor Co shook up its top management yesterday, replacing Mark Fields as president and CEO with Jim Hackett amid declining sales in the US and Chinese markets. Three new executive vice presidents
Interbank wealth products’ value soarsCHINA’S interbank wealth-management products nearly doubled to 5.99 trillion yuan (US$870 billion) last year which lifted the total value of such products over 20 percent to 29.1 trillion yuan by 2016,
Cathay laying off nearly 600 staffPassenger planes of Cathay Pacific Airways park at Hong Kong’s airport. Cathay Pacific yesterday said it’s laying off nearly 600 staff at its headquarters in its biggest round of firings in two decades as it faces rising competition from rival carriers and tough business conditions. The Hong Kong airline said it plans to axe about 190 managers, or a quarter of all the company’s management jobs. It’s also eliminating the jobs of 400 workers in non-managerial roles. Cathay said in a statement that frontline workers, including pilots and cabin crew, would not be affected, but “will also be asked to deliver greater efficiencies and productivity.”
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