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    2018-01-09  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Stake in Mobike unit

FAW Car said Sunday it was taking a 10-percent stake in bicycle-sharing startup Mobike’s new car-sharing unit, Mobike Chuxing Technology.

Mobike Chuxing was set up in December with registered capital of 20 million yuan (US$3 million). With the strategic investment, FAW will provide electric cars for the project. FAW said it had signed a deal to buy the stake but did not disclose financial details. The investment will not have a significant impact on FAW’s earnings. Mobike, whose backers include Tencent and Sequoia, has 100 million users and supports roughly 25 million rides a day.

AIIB dollar bond

THE Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) may issue its first U.S. dollar-denominated bond by the end of June, according to a media report Sunday citing the bank’s treasurer Soren Elbech.

The earliest issuance window will be “toward the end of the first half of 2018,” to allow time for certain procedures, including the board of governors’ approval of AIIB’s 2017 financial statements as well as borrowing and swap documentation, Xinhua said.

Airbus deal

AIRBUS is in talks to sell 100 or more jetliners to China during a visit by French President Emmanuel Macron to Beijing this week, said sources familiar with the negotiations.

The value of a deal for around 100 aircraft would be over US$10 billion at list prices, but could rise sharply depending on the breakdown between single-aisle and wide-body jets. The total number of aircraft has yet to be agreed and has historically depended on last-minute commercial negotiations. In November, Boeing agreed to sell 300 planes worth US$37 billion at list prices to China during a state visit by U.S. President Donald Trump.

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