News: CITIC Ltd (0267.HK)

0267.HK on Hong Kong Stock

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30 Sep 2014
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Fri, Sep 26 2014

Australia's Palmer seeks termination of CITIC iron ore project

SYDNEY, Sept 26 - Mineralogy Ltd, the resources company of mining magnate and Australian politician Clive Palmer, said on Friday it had served a termination notice to Citic Pacific over the Chinese company's mining rights to the $9.6 billion Sino Iron Project in Western Australia.

Hong Kong shares fall on US interest rate worry, China mixed on credit data

* Sun Hung Kai Properties slips ahead of earnings (Updates to midday)

UPDATE 1-HK securities regulator files suit against CITIC, five former directors

HONG KONG, Sept 11 - Hong Kong's securities regulator said on Thursday that it had commenced legal proceedings against CITIC Ltd and five former directors for alleged market misconduct relating to foreign exchange contracts in 2008.

HK securities regulator files suit against CITIC, five former directors

HONG KONG, Sept 11 - Hong Kong's securities regulator said on Thursday that it had commenced legal proceedings against CITIC Ltd and five former directors for alleged market misconduct relating to foreign exchange contracts in 2008.

UPDATE 1-China's CITIC books $129 mln half-year loss on Australian iron ore

* Sino Iron says Palmer attacks don't represent Australians (Adds CITIC chairman comments on Palmer)

UPDATE 3-Chinese paper calls for retaliation over Australia tycoon attack

(Updates with Palmer losing another legal fight against CITIC)

INTERVIEW-Baosteel bets on big cost cuts at Australia iron ore project

* Aurizon sees port, rail costs well below A$4.6 bln estimate

Asia M&A hits record on surge in Australia, China tech deals

HONG KONG - Asia-Pacific takeover volumes hit a record in the first half of 2014, driven by a surge in dealmaking in Australia and bankers expect the buying spree from China's private tech companies and reform of the state sector to boost second-half activity.

Asia M&A hits record on surge in Australia, China tech deals

* Record $378 billion of announced M&A amid global deal boom

CORRECTED-Och-Ziff, others buying $690 mln CITIC Pacific stake to boost free float

(Correcting amount in headline and first paragraph to $690 million from $3.8 billion)

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