Alibaba's founder believed in the internet's business potential when few other Chinese did, and is now worth $27 billion.
The Chinese e-commerce giant prices its initial public offering at US$68 a share, raising US$21.8 billion.
The Canterbury Chamber of Commerce signs a co-operation agreement with a Chinese business.
State-owned air traffic controller will train 200 Chinese air traffic control staff.
NZ could see more Chinese investors looking to move here after a US visa scheme hit its limit, an immigration specialist says.
For investors in Alibaba's potentially record initial public offering, Simon Xie, co-founder and VP, is one of the e-commerce giant's most important figures.
David Mahon is bemused concerns over the sale of assets to the Chinese surface only during election campaigns.
Chinese mainland shares hit 18-month highs but hopes the equity market may show signs of life after years of stagnation may be short-lived.
China is set to edge the United States as the world's biggest economy this year, according to the World Bank. With the US increasingly cast as a fading force, the renminbi could well be the natural successor to the US dollar as the reserve currency, it's said. So investing in China's currency, the renminbi (RMB), seems a shrewd move - or is it?
Foreigners who want to buy Alibaba shares in the Chinese e-commerce giant's US public offering will need to get comfortable with an unusual business structure.
Farm ownership stirred birthright rhetoric from David Cunliffe but gave John Key some strong moments in last night's debate.
Infant formula manufacturers are still battling to register with Chinese authorities in order to start exports.
Growth in China's vast factory sector slowed and conditions look uncreasingly unsteady.
Heinz forced to recall infant food products in China after excess levels of lead found.
A large wave of Chinese investment is headed for Christchurch to assist the rebuild effort.
China has a "seductive" lure but small exporters may be better targeting other Asian countries, a trade expert says.
Investors from a multibillion-dollar Chinese conglomerate have made a stealthy visit to Christchurch.
The Chinese Government is planning to buy a big block of land close to Government House for a large new embassy compound.
A group of primary industry businesses has set up a launching pad to help its members find their feet in China.
Another Chinese banking giant might enter the New Zealand market.
Beijing to ban coal use in its six main districts by the end of 2020 as it steps up efforts to combat air pollution.
New Zealand King Salmon has stopped selling into the Chinese market.
Chinese consumer loyalty to foreign fast-food brands, including McDonald's, KFC and Pizza Hut, is tested.
Suzhou isn't even the biggest city in Jiangsu province, yet it's joining a rush for the sky.
A drop in house prices disconcerts Chinese consumers, and weighs on Kiwi exports to China.
China Airlines will add an extra 15,000 seats on its Taipei to Auckland route.
NZX-listed The a2 Milk Company has been approved to be a manufacturer of a finished infant-formula product to China.
NZ has only seen the "tip of the iceberg" of wealthy Chinese wanting to invest in Auckland property.
ANZ agri chief says China could one day bypass the United Kingdom as the largest market for NZ lamb.
High-spending Chinese tourists rank NZ third on their wish list of places to travel, according to a new report.
Another of China's state-controlled banking giants has officially set up shop in New Zealand, gaining a banking licence from the Reserve Bank.
For years, wealthy Chinese have been transferring billions worth of their money overseas, snapping up pricey real estate in markets around the world despite their country's currency restrictions.
Planned $342m dairy joint venture in China would help Fonterra's push into added-value products, expert says.
OPINION: Chinese business consultant John Chan was one of the first people I met when I moved to China in 2003.
China's corporate issuers now account for about 30 per cent of global corporate debt, S&P says.
State-of-the-art American fracking technology is coming to China's vast shale deposits.
John Key believes a softening of China's one child policy could generate large infant formula sales.
China is waking up to a potentially damaging mismatch in its labour market.
This week, global markets will watch China's investment activity and industrial production, and US retail sales.
US and China manufacturing activity expands, putting the world's two largest economies on a firmer path to recovery.
Consumers are more optimistic about buying a car but gave mixed signals on the property sector.
China could miss its target for trade growth for a third year as higher labour costs and weaker global demand bite.
Renowned economist Jim O'Neill says investing in China should focus on 'luxury-lite' firms.
Kerepehi factory will yield 40-50 jobs and tonnes of icecream.
New Zealand's exports to Asia may face increasing competition from Australia, warns economic development minister.
Two infant formula manufacturers have applied to be audited after failing tough new Chinese rules.
A Chinese online retailing website with more than 230 million users is encouraging small New Zealand businesses to use its platform as a "highway to China".
Alicia Ma started selling Vegemite on Taobao - China's biggest online marketplace - a year ago.
Wellington Mayor Celia Wade-Brown plans to open some lucrative doors while leading a business delegation to China and Japan.
Rich Chinese migrants turn to NZ now Canada has shut a scheme that let them to buy their way in there, say immigration advisers.