Monthly archives: May, 2018

MSCI inclusion not an A-share savior As experts hail move a milestone in China’s opening-up, fund managers say they won’t react too quickly

Photo: IC On Friday, the first batch of Chinese mainland-listed stocks will be included in the MSCI indexes, an inclusion that China has been striving toward for years. But some active fund managers have noted that they won’t immediately react by changing their investment portfolios after the inclusion. Some domestic media have cautioned that investors …

Intelligent microgrid in S. China Sea to aid civil, military development Power network to boost civil, military development

China’s first remote-island intelligent microgrid officially went into operation on Yongxing Island in the South China Sea on Sunday in a move that Chinese experts hailed as beneficial to regional civil and military development. The small power grid increases the island’s power supply eightfold and can operate independently or in conjunction with Hainan Province’s main …

HTC bets on VR to reVive its smartphones Integration of mobile and immersive devices could help company stand out in crowded market: experts

HTC showcases its new U12+ smartphone and standalone VR headset Vive Focus. Photos: Zhang Ye/GT Alvin Wang Graylin, HTC’s China regional president, answers a phone call via Vive Focus. To the outside world, HTC’s phone business is close to death, especially after Google bought a chunk of the Taiwan-based phone maker’s smartphone design talent in …

Top legislature inspects air pollution control in Hebei

The Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (NPC), China’s top legislature, has sent a team to north China’s Hebei Province to inspect the implementation of the Air Pollution Control Law. Shen Yueyue, vice chairwoman of the NPC Standing Committee and head of the inspection team, stressed that the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and surroundings are a …