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Yangon in need of more office space

Foreign businesses face limited, unsuitable options

5 Phillip Securities employees charged with fraud

Five employees of Phillip Securities Pte Ltd were charged yesterday with a total of 40 criminal counts of fraud under the Securities and Futures Act (SFA) for allegedly conducting trades that were against the retail brokerage’s interests.

LionGold plans to raise $100m, eyes spin-offs, stake sales

Mainboard-listed LionGold Corp could list one of its subsidiaries in one to two years time.

Preparing for China bubbles to burst: Andy Xie

China’s per capita income could reach $20,000 by 2030

Heavenly iron ore prices bound for purgatory as China reforms

From building scores of new towns to constructing state-of-the-art rail networks, China’s demand for steel to feed its modern-day industrial revolution has driven a spectacular rally in the price of the raw material iron ore.

China Resources investors await answers after overpaying accusation

Sources say asset valuations used by buyers to justify prices amid doubts about impartiality of mine appraisers

Condo rental yields break psychological support

Overall gross median yields at 3.9% against 4.2% in 2012, 4.4% in 2011

Investor interest in H shares on the wane

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Twenty years after the first listing, mainland enterprises are underperforming the market, posing a challenge to investment managers

Former top China Sky execs no-show at trial

The former chief executive officer and the financial controller of China Sky Chemical Fibre were a no-show yesterday at a trial involving the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s (MAS) efforts to permanently freeze US$3.7 million of the ex-CEO’s funds ahead of the completion of a probe of China Sky for possible breaches of securities law.

Banks gear up to tackle tax dodging

Extensive effort to ensure new measures are complied with

Courage is needed for financial change

Beijing can prove its determination for reform by letting enterprises fail and products default

Mid-Year Resolutions