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The value of new projects across 61 countries fell 13 per cent to US$126 billion in 2018, with the figure falling further in 2019, according to Gavekal Dragonomics
State-backed private equity company says it is conducting an ‘internal study’ about whether and how to explain the younger Biden’s role.
Former US vice-president Joe Biden’s son is listed as a director of a state-backed equity fund in China, official government filings show.
Hong Kong is dealing with rising property prices and lack of affordable housing for over 7 million residents, but questions remain if moving to mainland China can be a viable option.
China dropped slogans and delegates from its 70th anniversary celebrations on Tuesday in a move that could signal a change to its controversial policy.
More than 25 shopping centres close for day of protests, that once again descend into violence across swathes of city, while most urban MTR lines suffer shutdowns.
Activists stick posters – on walls, escalators, footbridges and the pavement – all the way from Causeway Bay to government headquarters in Admiralty.
Home to 5,000 foreign enterprises, Suzhou Industrial Park saw exports fall 10 per cent over the first seven months of 2019, while imports have fallen 15 per cent.
Decline also comes amid crackdown on capital flight from Chinese authorities and marks second ever annual decline in China’s outbound direct investment.
Chinese provinces and cities are demanding greater autonomy as nationwide rules often fail to fit local conditions.
Station has become a flashpoint in protests rocking the city as people demand that rail operator release footage over August 31 police action.
China’s official Xinhua News Agency reported on Tuesday that Chinese authorities had began a third investigation in four months into the US delivery firm.
Shanghai offers foreign workers tax cuts to make its free-trade zone competitive with Hong Kong in bid to lure talent to offset impact of trade war.
An arcane piece of trade law has caught the eye of exporters looking to avoid Donald Trump’s tariffs, but it can only be used within strict parameters.
Officers in country’s southeast confirm probe is under way, without giving further details.
Chaos at Hong Kong International Airport comes as neighbouring centres press ahead with big plans.
The US president is keen to narrow America’s trade deficit and stop illegal transshipments from China looking to avoid trade war tariffs.
Beijing and Washington have been groping around in the ‘fog of war’, with each side trying to guess the other’s true intentions and possible next steps, analysts said.
US Treasury Department made the decision after the yuan weakened below 7 to the US dollar on Monday.
The controversial border control system is based on ‘vague’ laws and has been accused of being subject to political overreach.
After Beijing meeting, ministers give differing opinions on whether Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership can be achieved by end of year.
The US president has threatened to impose 10 per cent tariffs on the remaining US$300 billion in Chinese imports from September 1.
China hosts meeting of trade ministers in Beijing but prospects of 16 countries agreeing on a deal remain uncertain.
Government has already transferred 600 billion yuan (US$87 billion) in equity to the fund, but people are taking out private pension plans from as young as 20s.
Used by Beijing to buy oil from Iran, Zhuhai Zhenrong was first penalised in 2012, and this week was placed on the US sanctions blacklist for trading in Iranian crude.
Taxes ranging from 18.1 per cent to 103.1 per cent will be imposed on all stainless steel billets and hot-rolled stainless steel plates from Tuesday.
Last week’s arms sale by the United States to Taiwan led to suggestions sanctions could be imposed on firms for their part in the US$2.2 billion deal after opposition from Beijing.
Soybeans and other agricultural goods are a key issue for China as it looks to fill the gap in the market left by produce from the United States due to the trade war.
Firm sees ‘no reason why’ it would be sanctioned by Beijing after being linked to the self-ruled island arms deal by Chinese state media.
It says it will carry out a thorough review after an online uproar over programme to pair foreigners with members of the opposite sex.
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