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RTX2BNXA
April 26, 2016
Pedestrians are seen behind the logo of Bank of China on its ATM machine in Beijing, China, in this March...
Beijing, China
File photo of pedestrians seen behind the logo of Bank of China on its ATM machine in Beijing
Pedestrians are seen behind the logo of Bank of China on its ATM machine in Beijing, China, in this March 28, 2016 file photo. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/File photo
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RTX2BNWM
April 26, 2016
A man speaks on the phone outside the Bank of China head office building in Beijing, China in this March...
Beijing, China
File photo of a man speaking on the phone outside the Bank of China head office building in Beijing
A man speaks on the phone outside the Bank of China head office building in Beijing, China in this March 30, 2016 file photo. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj/File photo
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RTX2BNWK
April 26, 2016
A paramilitary policeman stands guard outside the Bank of China head office building in Beijing in this...
Beijing, China
File photo of a paramilitary policeman standing guard outside the Bank of China head office building...
A paramilitary policeman stands guard outside the Bank of China head office building in Beijing in this March 30, 2016 file photo. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj/File photo
BANKOFCHINA-RESULTS/
RTX2BGWO
April 25, 2016
A sign of the Bank of China is seen in Rome, Italy April 11, 2016. REUTERS/Tony Gentile/File Photo...
Rome, Italy
A sign of the Bank of China is seen in Rome, Italy
A sign of the Bank of China is seen in Rome, Italy April 11, 2016. REUTERS/Tony Gentile/File Photo GLOBAL BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD PACKAGE - SEARCH 'BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD APRIL 25' FOR ALL IMAGES
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April 11, 2016
A Bank of Italy banking branch is seen in Rome, Italy April 11, 2016. To match Exclusive BANKOFCHINA-ITALY/...
Rome, Italy
A Bank of Italy banking branch is seen in Rome, Italy
A Bank of Italy banking branch is seen in Rome, Italy April 11, 2016. To match Exclusive BANKOFCHINA-ITALY/ REUTERS/Tony Gentile
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RTX29ETT
April 11, 2016
A Bank of Italy banking branch is seen in Rome, Italy April 11, 2016. To match Exclusive BANKOFCHINA-ITALY/...
Rome, Italy
A Bank of Italy banking branch is seen in Rome, Italy
A Bank of Italy banking branch is seen in Rome, Italy April 11, 2016. To match Exclusive BANKOFCHINA-ITALY/ REUTERS/Tony Gentile
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RTX29ESB
April 11, 2016
A sign of the Bank of China is seen in Rome, Italy April 11, 2016. To match Exclusive BANKOFCHINA-ITALY/...
Rome, Italy
A sign of the Bank of China is seen in Rome, Italy
A sign of the Bank of China is seen in Rome, Italy April 11, 2016. To match Exclusive BANKOFCHINA-ITALY/ REUTERS/Tony Gentile
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RTX29ES4
April 11, 2016
A man walks past a Bank of Italy sign in Rome, Italy April 11, 2016. To match Exclusive BANKOFCHINA-ITALY/...
Rome, Italy
A man walks past the Bank of Italy sign in Rome
A man walks past a Bank of Italy sign in Rome, Italy April 11, 2016. To match Exclusive BANKOFCHINA-ITALY/ REUTERS/Tony Gentile
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RTX29ES3
April 11, 2016
The logo of Bank of China is seen in Rome, Italy April 11, 2016. To match Exclusive BANKOFCHINA-ITALY/...
Rome, Italy
The logo of Bank of China is seen in Rome, Italy
The logo of Bank of China is seen in Rome, Italy April 11, 2016. To match Exclusive BANKOFCHINA-ITALY/ REUTERS/Tony Gentile
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RTX29ES2
April 11, 2016
The logo of Bank of China is seen in Rome, Italy April 11, 2016. To match Exclusive BANKOFCHINA-ITALY/...
Rome, Italy
The logo of Bank of China is seen in Rome, Italy
The logo of Bank of China is seen in Rome, Italy April 11, 2016. To match Exclusive BANKOFCHINA-ITALY/ REUTERS/Tony Gentile TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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RTR3MFGR
April 24, 2014
A Bank of China branch is seen under construction in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, January 15, 2014....
Beijing, China
A Bank of China branch is seen under construction in Guangzhou
A Bank of China branch is seen under construction in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, January 15, 2014. Bank of China, the country's fourth-largest lender by market value, said on April 24, 2014, first-quarter net profits rose 13.9 percent, beating estimates, as net interest margins widened and capital adequacy rose.
Picture taken January 15, 2014. REUTERS/Alex Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
BANKOFCHINA-RESULTS/
RTR3MFFZ
April 24, 2014
Pedestrians walk past a Bank of China sign at its branch in Beijing March 26, 2013. Bank of China, the...
Beijing, China
Pedestrians walk past a Bank of China sign at its branch in Beijing
Pedestrians walk past a Bank of China sign at its branch in Beijing March 26, 2013. Bank of China, the country's fourth-largest lender by market value, said on April 24, 2014, first-quarter net profits rose 13.9 percent, beating estimates, as net interest margins widened and capital adequacy rose. Picture taken March 26, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
CHINA-BANKS/EARNINGS-BANKOFCHINA
RTX12ZWP
August 29, 2013
Bank of China President Li Lihui attends a news conference on interim results in Hong Kong August 29,...
Hong Kong, China
Bank of China President Li Lihui attends a news conference on interim results in Hong Kong
Bank of China President Li Lihui attends a news conference on interim results in Hong Kong August 29, 2013. Bank of China, China's fourth-largest lender by market value, said on Thursday that net profit grew 14 percent in the second quarter, beating analyst expectations, boosted in part by stronger net interest income. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
CHINA-BANKS/EARNINGS-BANKOFCHINA
RTX12ZWK
August 29, 2013
Bank of China Chairman Tian Guoli attends a news conference on interim results in Hong Kong August 29,...
Hong Kong, China
Bank of China Chairman Tian Guoli attends a news conference on interim results in Hong Kong
Bank of China Chairman Tian Guoli attends a news conference on interim results in Hong Kong August 29, 2013. Bank of China, China's fourth-largest lender by market value, said on Thursday that net profit grew 14 percent in the second quarter, beating analyst expectations, boosted in part by stronger net interest income. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS PROFILE HEADSHOT)
CHINA-BANKS/EARNINGS-BANKOFCHINA
RTX12ZVK
August 29, 2013
Bank of China Chairman Tian Guoli (R) and President Li Lihui attend a news conference on interim results...
Hong Kong, China
Bank of China Chairman Tian Guoli and President Li Lihui attend a news conference on interim results...
Bank of China Chairman Tian Guoli (R) and President Li Lihui attend a news conference on interim results in Hong Kong August 29, 2013. Bank of China, China's fourth-largest lender by market value, said on Thursday that net profit grew 14 percent in the second quarter, beating analyst expectations, boosted in part by stronger net interest income. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
BANKOFCHINA-EARNINGS/
RTR39K0B
October 25, 2012
A man checks his mobile phone as he walks past the head office of Bank of China in Beijing October 25,...
Beijing, China
A man checks his mobile phone as he walks past the head office of Bank of China in Beijing
A man checks his mobile phone as he walks past the head office of Bank of China in Beijing October 25, 2012. Bank of China Ltd, the country's No.4 lender by market value, posted a third-quarter net profit gain of 16.7 percent, beating estimates, as interest margins widened following increased demand for credit. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
BANKOFCHINA-EARNINGS/
RTR39K08
October 25, 2012
People walk past the head office of Bank of China in Beijing October 25, 2012. Bank of China Ltd, the...
Beijing, China
People walk past the head office of Bank of China in Beijing
People walk past the head office of Bank of China in Beijing October 25, 2012. Bank of China Ltd, the country's No.4 lender by market value, posted a third-quarter net profit gain of 16.7 percent, beating estimates, as interest margins widened following increased demand for credit. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
BANKOFCHINA/
RTXVPFD
December 14, 2010
A man walks outside a Bank of China branch in Beijing December 14, 2010. Bank of China will have a capital...
Beijing, China
A man walks outside a Bank of China branch in Beijing
A man walks outside a Bank of China branch in Beijing December 14, 2010. Bank of China will have a capital adequacy ratio of at least 12 percent by the end of this year, the China Securities News reported on Tuesday, citing an unnamed source from the bank. REUTERS/Jason Lee(CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
BANKOFCHINA/
RTR2I35H
September 09, 2010
A man takes photographs in front of the Bank of China logo during the China International Exhibition...
Beijing, China
A man takes photographs in front of the Bank of China logo during the China International Exhibition...
A man takes photographs in front of the Bank of China logo during the China International Exhibition on Financial Banking Technology & Equipment in Beijing September 9, 2010. Bank of China's Shanghai-listed shares languished on Thursday, reflecting lingering concerns over the health of the sector after the bank obtained regulatory approval for an $8.8 billion share placement in Hong Kong and Shanghai. REUTERS/Christina Hu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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RTR2I34G
September 09, 2010
Employees stand at a Bank of China reception during the China International Exhibition on Financial Banking...
Beijing, China
Employees stand at a Bank of China reception during the China International Exhibition on Financial Banking...
Employees stand at a Bank of China reception during the China International Exhibition on Financial Banking Technology & Equipment in Beijing September 9, 2010. Bank of China has obtained approval from the China Banking Regulatory Commission for a 60 billion yuan ($8.83 billion) share placement in Shanghai and Hong Kong, the bank said in a stock exchange filing on Thursday. REUTERS/Christina Hu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
BANKOFCHINA/
RTR2G3TU
July 05, 2010
A woman walks through a revolving door into the headquarters of the Bank of China in Beijing July 5,...
Beijing, China
A woman walks trough a revolving door into the headquarters of the Bank of China in Beijing
A woman walks through a revolving door into the headquarters of the Bank of China in Beijing July 5, 2010. Bank of China shares fell in Hong Kong on Monday, outpacing broader market declines, after it announced a 60 billion yuan ($8.86 billion) fundraising plan, the sudden timing of which caught many off guard and sparked talk that the country's No.4 lender may urgently need cash. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
BANKOFCHINA/
RTR2G3TM
July 05, 2010
A security guard stands in front of the headquarters of Bank of China in Beijing July 5, 2010. Bank...
Beijing, China
A security guard stands in front of the headquarters of Bank of China in Beijing
A security guard stands in front of the headquarters of Bank of China in Beijing July 5, 2010. Bank of China shares fell in Hong Kong on Monday, outpacing broader market declines, after it announced a 60 billion yuan ($8.86 billion) fundraising plan, the sudden timing of which caught many off guard and sparked talk that the country's No.4 lender may urgently need cash. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
BANKOFCHINA/
RTR2G3TJ
July 05, 2010
Employees smoke outside the headquarters of Bank of China in Beijing July 5, 2010. Bank of China shares...
Beijing, China
Employees smoke outside the headquarters of Bank of China in Beijing
Employees smoke outside the headquarters of Bank of China in Beijing July 5, 2010. Bank of China shares fell in Hong Kong on Monday, outpacing broader market declines, after it announced a 60 billion yuan ($8.86 billion) fundraising plan, the sudden timing of which caught many off guard and sparked talk that the country's No.4 lender may urgently need cash. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
BANKOFCHINA/
RTR2G3TH
July 05, 2010
A pedestrian walks in front of the headquarters of Bank of China in Beijing July 5, 2010. Bank of China...
Beijing, China
A pedestrian walks in front of the headquarters of Bank of China in Beijing
A pedestrian walks in front of the headquarters of Bank of China in Beijing July 5, 2010. Bank of China shares fell in Hong Kong on Monday, outpacing broader market declines, after it announced a 60 billion yuan ($8.86 billion) fundraising plan, the sudden timing of which caught many off guard and sparked talk that the country's No.4 lender may urgently need cash. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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RTR29ZOV
February 09, 2010
A man walks in front of the Bank of China headquarters in Beijing February 9, 2010. Bank of China, the...
Beijing, China
A man walks in front of the Bank of China headquarters in Beijing
A man walks in front of the Bank of China headquarters in Beijing February 9, 2010. Bank of China, the country's biggest foreign lender, will issue 24.9 billion yuan ($3.7 billion) in subordinated bonds in the first quarter, the Shanghai Securities News reported on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BANKOFCHINA/
RTR27OXB
September 11, 2009
Zhu Min, Executive Vice President of Bank of China, speaks during the Global Economic Outlook session...
Dalian, China
Zhu Min, Executive Vice President of Bank of China, speaks during the WEF in Dalian
Zhu Min, Executive Vice President of Bank of China, speaks during the Global Economic Outlook session at the World Economic Forum annual meeting of the New Champions, in China's port city Dalian, September 11, 2009. Bank of China , the country's biggest foreign exchange lender, said it will need more capital to meet its adequacy ratios, following a first-half lending binge under Beijing's loose money policies. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA BUSINESS)
BANKOFCHINA/
RTR27OX4
September 11, 2009
Zhu Min, Executive Vice President of Bank of China, speaks during the Global Economic Outlook session...
Dalian, China
Zhu Min, Executive Vice President of Bank of China, speaks during the WEF in Dalian
Zhu Min, Executive Vice President of Bank of China, speaks during the Global Economic Outlook session at the World Economic Forum annual meeting of the New Champions, in China's port city of Dalian September 11, 2009. Bank of China , the country's biggest foreign exchange lender, said it will need more capital to meet its adequacy ratios, following a first-half lending binge under Beijing's loose money policies. REUTERS/Jason Lee(CHINA BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
BANKOFCHINA/
RTXD552
March 24, 2009
Li Lihui, President of the Bank of China, attends a news conference in Hong Kong March 24, 2009. Bank...
Hong Kong, China
Li Lihui, President of the Bank of China, attends a news conference in Hong Kong
Li Lihui, President of the Bank of China, attends a news conference in Hong Kong March 24, 2009. Bank of China and other mainland banks are expected to face margin pressure and higher credit costs this year, with industry watchers predicting an increase in soured loans as slowing economic growth erodes asset quality. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
BANKKOFCHINA/
RTXD54Y
March 24, 2009
Li Lihui, President of the Bank of China, attends a news conference in Hong Kong March 24, 2009. Bank...
Hong Kong, China
Li Lihui, President of the Bank of China, attends a news conference in Hong Kong
Li Lihui, President of the Bank of China, attends a news conference in Hong Kong March 24, 2009. Bank of China and other mainland banks are expected to face margin pressure and higher credit costs this year, with industry watchers predicting an increase in soured loans as slowing economic growth erodes asset quality. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
BANKOFCHINA/
RTXD54N
March 24, 2009
Li Lihui, President of the Bank of China, attends a news conference in Hong Kong March 24, 2009. Bank...
Hong Kong, China
Li Lihui, President of the Bank of China, attends a news conference in Hong Kong
Li Lihui, President of the Bank of China, attends a news conference in Hong Kong March 24, 2009. Bank of China and other mainland banks are expected to face margin pressure and higher credit costs this year, with industry watchers predicting an increase in soured loans as slowing economic growth erodes asset quality. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
BANKOFCHINA-EARNS/
RTR1NRFE
March 22, 2007
Bank of China chairman Xiao Gang holds a news conference announcing the bank's 2006 annual results in...
Hong Kong, China
Bank of China chairman Xiao Gang holds a news conference announcing the bank's 2006 annual results in...
Bank of China chairman Xiao Gang holds a news conference announcing the bank's 2006 annual results in Hong Kong March 22, 2007. Bank of China, the mainland's No. 2 lender by market value, said on Thursday second-half profit more than doubled, beating expectations on strong loan growth and returns from its investment portfolio. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA)
BANKOFCHINA-EARNS/
RTR1NRFC
March 22, 2007
Bank of China chairman Xiao Gang holds a news conference announcing the bank's 2006 annual results in...
Hong Kong, China
Bank of China chairman Xiao Gang holds a news conference announcing the bank's 2006 annual results in...
Bank of China chairman Xiao Gang holds a news conference announcing the bank's 2006 annual results in Hong Kong March 22, 2007. Bank of China, the mainland's No. 2 lender by market value, said on Thursday second-half profit more than doubled, beating expectations on strong loan growth and returns from its investment portfolio. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA)
BANKOFCHINA-EARNS/
RTR1NRF7
March 22, 2007
Bank of China chairman Xiao Gang (L) and vice chairman & president Li Lihui hold a news conference announcing...
Hong Kong, China
Bank of China chairman Xiao Gang and vice chairman & president Li Lihui hold a news conference announcing...
Bank of China chairman Xiao Gang (L) and vice chairman & president Li Lihui hold a news conference announcing the bank's annual results in Hong Kong March 22, 2007. Bank of China, the mainland's No. 2 lender by market value, said on Thursday second-half profit more than doubled, beating expectations on strong loan growth and returns from its investment portfolio. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA)
BANKOFCHINA-EARNS/
RTR1NRF1
March 22, 2007
Bank of China chairman Xiao Gang speaks during a news conference announcing the bank's 2006 annual results...
Hong Kong, China
Bank of China chairman Xiao Gang speaks during a news conference announcing the bank's 2006 annual results...
Bank of China chairman Xiao Gang speaks during a news conference announcing the bank's 2006 annual results in Hong Kong March 22, 2007. Bank of China, the mainland's No. 2 lender by market value, said on Thursday second-half profit more than doubled, beating expectations on strong loan growth and returns from its investment portfolio. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA)
FINANCIAL CHINA BANKOFCHINA
RTR1F768
July 05, 2006
Li Lihui (L), President of Bank of China and Zhu Congjiu (R), President of the Shanghai Stock Exchange...
Shanghai, China
President of Bank of China Li and President of Shanghai Stock Exchange Zhu shake hands during ceremony...
Li Lihui (L), President of Bank of China and Zhu Congjiu (R), President of the Shanghai Stock Exchange shake hands during the ceremony to mark Bank of China?s listing in Shanghai at the trading hall of the Shanghai Stock Exchange in Shanghai July 5, 2006. Shares in Bank of China soared 30 percent in the Shanghai stock market's biggest debut on Wednesday, underscoring huge appetite for new shares among Chinese investors. State-run Bank of China, which raised 20 billion yuan ($2.5 billion) in the country's largest-ever domestic initial public offer, is the first big company to list domestically since Beijing lifted a year-long ban on stock offers. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
FINANCIAL CHINA BANKOFCHINA
RTR1F762
July 05, 2006
Xiao Gang (L), Chairman of Bank of China and Li Lihui (R), President of Bank of China ring the opening...
Shanghai, China
Chairman Xiao and President Li of Bank of China ring opening bell during ceremony to mark Bank of China's...
Xiao Gang (L), Chairman of Bank of China and Li Lihui (R), President of Bank of China ring the opening bell during the ceremony to mark Bank of China?s listing in Shanghai at the trading hall of the Shanghai Stock Exchange in Shanghai July 5, 2006. The Chinese characters say 'to be listed in grand style'. Shares in Bank of China soared 30 percent in the Shanghai stock market's biggest debut on Wednesday, underscoring huge appetite for new shares among Chinese investors. State-run Bank of China, which raised 20 billion yuan ($2.5 billion) in the country's largest-ever domestic initial public offer, is the first big company to list domestically since Beijing lifted a year-long ban on stock offers. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
FINANCIAL CHINA BANKOFCHINA
RTR1F75X
July 05, 2006
Geng Liang (L), Chairman of Shanghai Stock Exchange, Xiao Gang (C), Chairman of Bank of China and Li...
Shanghai, China
Geng Liang, Xiao Gang and Li Lihui celebrate with champagne during Bank of China listing ceremony at...
Geng Liang (L), Chairman of Shanghai Stock Exchange, Xiao Gang (C), Chairman of Bank of China and Li Lihui (R), President of Bank of China celebrate with champagne during the Bank of China listing at the trading hall of the Shanghai Stock Exchange in Shanghai July 5, 2006. State-run Bank of China, which raised 20 billion yuan ($2.5 billion) in the country's largest-ever domestic initial public offer, is the first big company to list domestically since Beijing lifted a year-long ban on stock offers. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
FINANCIAL MITSUBISHI BANKOFCHINA
RTR17RG3
January 04, 2006
The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd Chairman Shigemitsu Miki (R) and the bank's President Nobuo Kuroyanagi...
Tokyo, Japan
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd Chairman Shigemitsu Miki and President Nobuo Kuroyanagi at bank's opening...
The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd Chairman Shigemitsu Miki (R) and the bank's President Nobuo Kuroyanagi cut a tape during the bank's opening ceremony at the bank's head office in Tokyo January 4, 2006. The newly formed core bank unit of Japan's largest banking group Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group was in talks with Bank of China to take a stake in China's top foreign exchange lender, local newspaper said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
FINANCIAL MITSUBISHI BANKOFCHINA
RTR17R7T
January 04, 2006
The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ President Nobuo Kuroyanagi listens to a reporter's question during the...
Tokyo, Japan
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ President Kuroyanagi listens to reporter's question in Tokyo
The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ President Nobuo Kuroyanagi listens to a reporter's question during the bank's opening ceremony at its head office in Tokyo January 4, 2006. Japan's Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ has begun talks with Bank of China to take a stake in China's top foreign exchange lender, the Yomiuri daily said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
FINANCIAL MITSUBISHI BANKOFCHINA
RTR17R7K
January 04, 2006
The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ President Nobuo Kuroyanagi answers reporters' questions during the bank's...
Tokyo, Japan
Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ President Kuroyanagi answers questions at opening ceremony in Tokyo
The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ President Nobuo Kuroyanagi answers reporters' questions during the bank's opening ceremony at its head office in Tokyo January 4, 2006. Japan's Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ has begun talks with Bank of China to take a stake in China's top foreign exchange lender, the Yomiuri daily said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
FINANCIAL CHINA BANKOFCHINA
RTR15DN3
February 02, 2005
Chinese workers talk outside a Bank of China branch in Shanghai February 2, 2005. Bank of China, one...
Shanghai, China
Chinese workers talk outside a Bank of China branch in Shanghai.
Chinese workers talk outside a Bank of China branch in Shanghai February 2, 2005. Bank of China, one of two state-owned commercial banks to have received $22.5 billion in state funds in late 2003 to help write off bad loans, is trying to sign up foreign strategic investors who analysts say could pay over $1 billion for a stake prior to an IPO. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV CC/YH
FINANCIAL BANKOFCHINA PROFIT
RTRKIZH
May 28, 2004
A Chinese man collects recyclable rubbish in front of a branch of the Bank of China in Beijing May 28,...
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
MAN COLLECTS RUBBISH OUTSIDE BANK OF CHINA IN BEIJING.
A Chinese man collects recyclable rubbish in front of a branch of the Bank of China in Beijing May 28, 2004. The Bank of China said government measures to cool the economy will not have a major impact on its bottom line as it pushes to slash its bad loan ratio and boost capital adequacy levels ahead of a planned listing next year. REUTERS/Wilson Chu WC/TW
FINANCIAL BANKOFCHINA PROFIT
RTRKIZB
May 28, 2004
A Chinese man collects recyclable rubbish in front of a branch of the Bank of China in Beijing May 28,...
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
MAN COLLECTS RUBBISH OUTSIDE BANK OF CHINA IN BEIJING.
A Chinese man collects recyclable rubbish in front of a branch of the Bank of China in Beijing May 28, 2004. The Bank of China said government measures to cool the economy will not have a major impact on its bottom line as it pushes to slash its bad loan ratio and boost capital adequacy levels ahead of a planned listing next year. REUTERS/Wilson Chu WC/TW
FINANCIAL HONGKONG BANKOFCHINA
RTR8435
July 25, 2002
Chairman and president of Bank of China Liu Mingkang speaks to reporters as
the Bank of China Hong Kong...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
BANK OF CHINA CHAIRMAN LIU MINGKANG SPEAKS AT HONG KONG STOCKS
EXCHANGE.
Chairman and president of Bank of China Liu Mingkang speaks to reporters as
the Bank of China Hong Kong makes its trading debut at the Hong Kong Stocks
Exchange July 25, 2002. The bank is the jewel in the crown of mainland state
giant Bank of China, which has been wracked by a string of financial
scandals. Worth about US$2.8 billion, its initial public offering will be
the world's third-largest this year. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

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FINANCIAL HONGKONG BANKOFCHINA
RTR842T
July 25, 2002
Chairman and president of Bank of China Liu Mingkang (C) toasts with
officials from the Hong Kong Stocks...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
BANK OF CHINA CHAIRMAN LIU MINGKANG TOASTS AT HONG KONG STOCKS
EXCHANGE.
Chairman and president of Bank of China Liu Mingkang (C) toasts with
officials from the Hong Kong Stocks Exchange as the Bank of China Hong Kong
makes its trading debut at the Hong Kong Stocks Exchange July 25, 2002. The
bank is the jewel in the crown of mainland state giant Bank of China, which
has been wracked by a string of financial scandals. Worth about US$2.8
billion, its initial public offering will be the world's third-largest this
year. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

BY/RCS
FINANCIAL HONGKONG BANKOFCHINA
RTR842F
July 25, 2002
Chairman and president of Bank of China Liu Mingkang (C) speaks as the Bank
of China Hong Kong makes...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
BANK OF CHINA LISTED ON HONG KONG STOCKS EXCHANGE IN HONG KONG.
Chairman and president of Bank of China Liu Mingkang (C) speaks as the Bank
of China Hong Kong makes its trading debut at the Hong Kong Stocks Exchange
July 25, 2002. The bank is the jewel in the crown of mainland state giant
Bank of China, which has been wracked by a string of financial scandals.
Worth about US$2.8 billion, its initial public offering will be the world's
third-largest this year. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

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FINANCIAL HONGKONG BANKOFCHINA
RTR153TK
July 15, 2002
Hundreds of small investors queue for applications to buy IPO shares outside
a branch of the Bank of...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
INVESTORS QUEUE FOR IPO APPLICATIONS IN HONG KONG.
Hundreds of small investors queue for applications to buy IPO shares outside
a branch of the Bank of China Hong Kong, in Hong Kong, July 15, 2002.
Beijing-owned giant Bank of China is selling 25 percent of its stake in its
overseas flagship in an initial public offering that could be worth up to
US$3.17 billion. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

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FINANCIAL HONGKONG BANKOFCHINA
RTR7NWR
July 15, 2002
Stacks of public offering booklets of the Bank of China (BOC) Hong Kong are
prepared at its main branch...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
IPO BOOKLETS ARE PREPARED AT BANK OF CHINA HONG KONG.
Stacks of public offering booklets of the Bank of China (BOC) Hong Kong are
prepared at its main branch in Hong Kong, July 15, 2002. Hundreds of small
investors queued at bank branches on Monday, snapping up applications to buy
IPO shares in BOC Hong Kong, the territory's biggest new listing in almost
two years. Beijing-owned giant Bank of China is selling 25 percent of its
stake in its overseas flagship in an initial public offering that could be
worth up to US$3.17 billion. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

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HONGKONG CHEUNGKONG BANKOFCHINA
RTR7FI6
July 10, 2002
Asia's richest tycoon Li Ka-shing speaks at a news conference in Hong Kong
July 10, 2002. Li said on...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
TYCOON LI KA-SHING SPEAKS AT NEWS CONFERENCE IN HONG KONG.
Asia's richest tycoon Li Ka-shing speaks at a news conference in Hong Kong
July 10, 2002. Li said on Wednesday that his flagship firms Cheung Kong
(Holdings) and Hutchison Whampoa Ltd will buy "significant" stakes in the
initial public offering of Bank of China Hong Kong, which would exceed the
US$50 million strategic investment recently announced by Standard Chartered
Bank. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

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HONGKONG CHEUNGKONG BANKOFCHINA
RTR7FHO
July 10, 2002
Asia's richest tycoon Li Ka-shing (R) listens to his eldest son Victor at a
news conference in Hong...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
TYCOON LI KA-SHING LISTENS TO SON VICTOR IN HONG KONG.
Asia's richest tycoon Li Ka-shing (R) listens to his eldest son Victor at a
news conference in Hong Kong July 10, 2002. Li said on Wednesday that his
flagship firms Cheung Kong (Holdings) and Hutchison Whampoa Ltd will buy
"significant" stakes in the initial public offering of Bank of China Hong
Kong, which would exceed the US$50 million strategic investment recently
announced by Standard Chartered Bank. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

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HONGKONG CHEUNGKONG BANKOFCHINA
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July 10, 2002
Asia's richest tycoon Li Ka-shing speaks in front of his bodyguard at a news
conference in Hong Kong...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
TYCOON LI KA-SHING SPEAKS AT NEWS CONFERENCE IN HONG KONG.
Asia's richest tycoon Li Ka-shing speaks in front of his bodyguard at a news
conference in Hong Kong July 10, 2002. Li said on Wednesday that his
flagship firms Cheung Kong (Holdings) and Hutchison Whampoa Ltd will buy
"significant" stakes in the initial public offering of Bank of China Hong
Kong, which would exceed the US$50 million strategic investment recently
announced by Standard Chartered Bank. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

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FINANCIAL HONGKONG BANKOFCHINA
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June 26, 2002
Bank of China Hong Kong Chief Executive Liu Jinbao announces 2001 annual
results in Hong Kong June 26,...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
BANK OF CHINA HONG KONG CHIEF EXECUTIVE LIU JINBAO SPEAKS IN HONG
KONG.
Bank of China Hong Kong Chief Executive Liu Jinbao announces 2001 annual
results in Hong Kong June 26, 2002. The Hong Kong arm of state giant Bank of
China said on Wednesday profits fell 47 percent in 2001 and its bad loan
ratio was more than twice that of local rivals, but promised potential
investors in its upcoming share offering that this year would be
"significantly better". REUTERS/Bobby Yip

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FINANCIAL HONGKONG BANKOFCHINA
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June 26, 2002
Workers clean glass panels at the Bank of China Tower in Hong Kong June 26,
2002. The Hong Kong arm...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
WORKERS CLEAN GLASS PANELS AT BANK OF CHINA TOWER IN HONG KONG.
Workers clean glass panels at the Bank of China Tower in Hong Kong June 26,
2002. The Hong Kong arm of state giant Bank of China said on Wednesday
profits fell 47 percent in 2001 and its bad loan ratio was more than twice
that of local rivals, but promised potential investors in its upcoming share
offering that this year would be "significantly better". REUTERS/Bobby Yip

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