Changes to the tax regime as of Jan. 1 mean authorities will be paying closer attention to assets and investment holdings.
The Music Stops for HMV in Hong Kong
The reforms, which take effect Jan. 1, are meant to reduce the tax burden on people by making the rich pay more.
After Fan Bingbing, China Cracks Down Hard on Poorer Tax Dodgers
Club Med's Chinese Owner Seeks $548 Million in Hong Kong IPO
HNA Widens Aviation Asset Sales, Paring Back Core Business
Li would have gained control over pipelines delivering about half of Australia’s gas, had the purchase gone through.
Victor Li Wants New China Tech to Transform Father's Old Empire
Can't Wait for 5G? China Already Targeting Preparations for 6G
Cathay Pacific is seeking to regain customer trust with “exciting offers” including better in-flight dining and entertainment.
Chinese Shoppers Crave Experiences With Their Bags, LVMH Says
Cathay Enlists Firm Once Sued for Data Breach to Help After Hack
Cathay Pacific Airways said a hacker gained access to information on about 9.4 million passengers
A trade war between the U.S. and China risks hurting Yum China’s business.
On Trade War's Front Line, Car Parts Makers See Orders Dry Up
Samsonite Sees Trade War Hitting China Sales of Its Luggage
What a Buyer of Yum Brands' China Spinoff Is Coming Up Against
With both flagships starting at about $1,000, how do the Note and iPhone X compare?
Top Pork Producer Says China Imports Drop Amid U.S. Trade Spat
How Faulty Vaccines Sparked Consumer Panic in China
China’s Huawei Technologies Co. has unseated Apple to become the world’s second-largest smartphone maker.