The Continuing Saga of China’s Ant Group
By Megha Shrivastava
2 years after its IPO was scuttled, Ant Group is finally being allowed to increase its capital – with several caveats.
The Real Cause of China’s Alibaba Crackdown
By Canghao Chen
Political intrigue? Personal grudges? There's a more basic cause for Alibaba's ill fortune: The company threatens China's monetary authority.
The Ant Group Incident Reveals the Fragile Future of Innovation in China
By Zhuoran Li and Gavin Xu
Increasing CCP control, coupled with bureaucratic infighting, decreases the incentives for private companies to try new things.
More Fintech Regulation on the Horizon in China
By Sara Hsu
The Chinese government continues to add oversight and structure to the rapidly growing sector.
Ant Group’s Year of Reckoning?
By Eleanor Albert
The targeting of the fintech giant may be part politics, part personal, and part regulatory reform.
The Long-Term Implications of Ant Group’s Delayed IPO
By Pan Yuanyuan
In the long run, the regulation of Ant Group will contribute to a more stable – and thus more favorable – business environment in China.
Market Debut of Chinese E-finance Giant Ant Group Postponed
By Associated Press
It was hoped that Ant's debut would put a spotlight on China’s economic rebound from the pandemic.