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Chinese president says country ‘will not engage in any beggar-thy-neighbour’ devaluation.
Chaoyang district posts notice on social media account banning staff from peer-to-peer lending platforms from leaving China’s capital city without approval.
The reform of SOEs has been regarded as a core element for China’s economic development, but private participation has been limited.
The Belt and Road Initiative is China’s plan to grow global trade, but coupled with the US-China trade war, it could add pressure to its sluggish economy and debt pile.
China’s president urges officials to redouble efforts to meet next year’s targets for tackling poverty and pollution.
Chairwoman Dong Mingzhu is at the centre of a deal that takes the world’s largest manufacturer of residential air conditioners into private hands.
Taiwan’s richest man will take part in the opposition Kuomintang’s primaries for the 2020 race to challenge current president Tsai Ing-wen.
Total automotive sales fell to 2.52 million in March, 5.2 per cent down from a year earlier, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers said on Friday.
The United States risks losing the spoils of the trade war if it does not include long-standing allies in a deal with China, according to a former senior US trade official.
Premiums collected from mainland Chinese visitors made up 30 per cent of Hong Kong’s annual total for personal insurance in 2018.
Officials will continue negotiations next week via video link ‘to resolve outstanding issues’.
From November to March, it has attracted US$27.6 billion of investment, with contracts signed for a further 285.9 billion yuan US$42.4 billion.
When Premier Li Keqiang presented the keynote speech, it was surprisingly not streamed live on mainland Chinese television by state media.
China will reduce the number of industries in which foreign investment is banned before the end of June, Li Keqiang tells the Boao Forum for Asia.
Regional authorities have issued US$163.8 billion in debt since the start of 2019, four times that of year-earlier period.
Peking University law professor He Weifang calls for China to fulfil the commitments it made when it joined the World Trade Organisation in 2001.
Professor He Weifang says the case ‘would be fantastic’ if it helped reveal details of Huawei’s ownership structure and relationship with the Chinese government.
Premier ends National People’s Congress by promising to introduce measures to alleviate burdens felt by the private sector.
Outspoken Gree Electric chairwoman and National People’s Congress delegate Dong Mingzhu rules out price cuts to expand market share overseas amid US-China trade war.
Chinese banks made 885.8 billion yuan (US$131.8 billion) in net new yuan loans in February, down from the record 3.23 trillion yuan in new lending in January.
People’s Bank of China governor Yi Gang says Beijing will not devalue yuan to boost exports or ease trade tensions amid the US-China trade war.
Lending must support real economy and not speculation, regulator says, flagging move that could ease credit crunch squeezing small private firms.
Draft legislation, set to be debated at the National People’s Congress, covers items on the wish list of US President Donald Trump to end the US-China trade war.
Finance Minister Liu Kun confirms during the National People's Congress the level of total outstanding government debt for 2018 was US$5 trillion.
Premier Li Keqiang tells National People’s Congress on Tuesday that China will aim to achieve an economic growth this year that falls in a range of 6.0 to 6.5 per cent.
Our reporter went undercover at Foxconn’s giant Zhengzhou plant, where the scars of a small downturn in Apple’s iPhone sales are impossible to ignore.
Workers lining up on a daily basis to leave inside the world’s largest iPhone assembly plant in China’s Henan province as overtime opportunities decrease.
A key part of the tension between the two nations revolves around American allegations of widespread Chinese cyber intrusion and cybertheft.
Shandong companies Yuhuang Chemical and Wanhua Chemical are spending billions on factories but are being hit by both tariffs from China and the United States.
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