Ford, Mahindra alliance reflects pressures on automakers

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Ford and other global automakers are under pressure as policymakers demand shift to electric vehicles

Hong Kong regulator’s IPO setback doesn’t mean it’s backing down

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HK’s IPO vetting process has come under increased scrutiny after a series of high profile corporate blowups.


What crackdown? Expect more overseas China deals, bankers say

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Deals are still being made and 2017 promises to be a year on par with 2015 but the road is not without hurdles.


Asia’s taxi companies give banks real competition

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In 2016, people in China made about $5.5 trillion in e-payments. In India, about a fifth of the population now uses such payments.


China Fosun finds secret sauce to make foreign deals palatable

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With IPOs planned for six companies in the portfolio, more cash is on the way.


Is SoftBank the new nuclear warhead for India’s startups?

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For startups leading large categories, getting SoftBank as an investor may give them an opportunity to use their nuclear option.


China’s R&F Properties roars back into the spotlight on Wanda deals

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The developer hit spotlight over the past few weeks with two property deals linked to Wanda Group.


HNA Group raises billions from shadow banks that worry Beijing

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In just three years, the private conglomerate has invested at least $45 billion around the world.


Is it too early to celebrate Tiger Global’s partial exit from Flipkart?

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After seven years and an estimated $2b wagered, Tiger Global Management is weeks away from notching its first meaningful exit in India’s startup market.


Mass reasons to like Jack Ma’s Hong Kong insurance deal

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Yunfeng-led group is buying HK-based MassMutual Asia Ltd for $1.7 billion.