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The group was once considered Asia’s rival to Starbucks
Central bank to buy at least $120bn of debt a month until 'substantial further progress has been made'
US regulator hits delisted Chinese coffee chain with penalty over fabricated accounts
Charles Zhengyao Lu removed as chairman but still has significant influence, say shareholders
If there is a crisis of confidence in China Inc it is not showing up in stock markets
Chief operating officer also dismissed as fallout from internal investigation at Chinese chain grows
Concern in Beijing that accounting scandal could damage other overseas listings
The after-effects of triumphant bets on Chinese companies should spur more gains for sceptics
Lu Zhengyao seeks to distance himself from his other companies after alleged fake sales found
Disposal of collateral that backed margin loan to Lu Zhengyao could lead to big losses for banks
Group promises stronger controls after hundreds of millions of dollars of fake sales found
BlackRock, GIC, Louis Dreyfus backed chain that aimed to displace Starbucks
As the world economy grinds to a halt, boomtime excesses and over reach will slowly be revealed
Chief operating officer at Chinese rival to Starbucks suspended over ‘misconduct’
Tech companies have dominated issuance in decade-plus peak for new debt deals
A cup of Chinese chain’s coffee seems a better buy than its shares this Christmas
Starbucks rival agrees to tie-up as it seeks to outpace US competitor
Forget the hype surrounding Luckin — China much prefers its tea
Rapidly expanding Chinese chain’s revenue growth stutters in subsidy-based model
Chain is spending heavily in bid to surpass Starbucks by number of outlets in home country
Pinterest shares tumble as much as 19 percent
Fast-growing start-up heading for US listing that could value it at as much as $3.95bn
IPO may deliver more froth than caffeine hit