China’s Ministry of Commerce on Tuesday asked exporters of rare earth metals and oxide products to report transactions, with importers of crude oil, iron ore, copper ore concentrates and potash fertiliser also asked to report orders and shipments.
China’s twice-a-decade financial work conference concluded on Tuesday, with President Xi Jinping saying Beijing must ‘comprehensively strengthen financial supervision’.
Chinese Vice-premier He Lifeng has been confirmed as the office director of the Central Financial and Economic Affairs Commission, taking over from predecessor Liu He.
Official obituary of former leader, who died in Shanghai on Friday, hails his contributions to the economy, belt and road, poverty relief and his support for President Xi Jinping.
CEO Andrey Kostin expects to see broader use of China’s yuan in the global financial system to help offset the impact of international backlash following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
China will extend anti-subsidy duties on potato starch imports from the European Union for the next five years from Saturday, announcing the move hours after hitting back over a planned probe into its electric vehicle exports.
The People’s Bank of China will cut the reserve requirement ratio for foreign-exchange deposits later this month in the latest move to support the yuan exchange rate and prop up the faltering economy.
China’s official manufacturing purchasing managers’ index (PMI) rose slightly to 49.7 in August from 49.3 in July, while the non-manufacturing gauge fell by 0.5 points to 51, according to data released on Thursday.
In his five months as premier, Li Qiang has been on the move at home and abroad, touting President Xi Jinping’s agenda while trying to empower the economy in the face of mounting questions and uncertainties.
Struggles by China Evergrande Group and now Country Garden have underlined the problems faced by China’s property sector, leaving investors, homebuyers and economists to ponder what will be next.
The People’s Bank of China cut the rate of the one-year medium-term lending facility (MLF) on Tuesday, while also lowering the seven-day reverse repo rate.
Decoupling is an illusion but supply chain concerns are real, French economy minister says on visit to Beijing.
Analysts say Pan Gongsheng’s many years of experience at the People’s Bank of China give him a critically important vantage point from which to tackle financial risks and shore up economic growth.
Real estate policies across China will be adjusted faster to help the nation cope with ‘setbacks’ from the ebb and flow of economic development in a post-Covid climate, according to the 24-member Politburo.
Despite the increasing use of the currency globally, concerns about the yuan’s convertibility and the China’s exchange controls linger.
Days after worrisome economic figures rankled the market, Beijing unveils a list of fresh new promises and policy solutions – with more concrete details to come soon.
China’s economic growth in the second quarter was below market expectations despite Beijing’s effort to boost the post-coronavirus pandemic recovery.
China’s top economic planner has endorsed projects by 10 leading internet giants, including Alibaba, Tencent and Meituan, ending a two-and-a-half-year investigation into platform companies.
China’s customs agency says the plan to discharge treated nuclear-contaminated water from the 2011 disaster in Fukushima into the sea fails to fully reflect expert opinions, with authorities vowing to take all necessary measures to ensure consumer safety.
US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen will begin a four-day visit to China on Thursday, and is set to meet senior officials to ‘work together to address global challenges’.
Think tank calls for Beijing to issue 1.5 trillion yuan in treasury bonds to prop up consumption as country faces uneven economic recovery despite Dragon Boat Festival tourism boost.
China cut two benchmark lending rates on Tuesday amid efforts to support the slowing economy following a string of disappointing data.
Tsinghua University Professor Ju Jiandong said China should counter Washington’s decoupling endeavours by building an Asian community ahead of a visit to Beijing by US Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
China’s economic growth continued to lose momentum in May amid weak retail sales and industrial production, while youth unemployment rose to a record high, data released on Thursday showed.
People’s Bank of China lowered the interest rate on its one-year medium-term lending facility (MLF) loans on Thursday after the US Federal Reserve voted overnight to hold its benchmark lending rate after 10 straight increases.
The People’s Bank of China cut the seven-day reverse repo on Tuesday amid calls for more policy easing following weak trade and inflation data.
China’s big five state-owned banks lowered deposit rates for the first time this year on Thursday, but top officials offered little clues on the opening day of the Lujiazui Forum.
The former governor of China’s central bank says the West’s debt-trap claims, along with the pandemic, have affected Chinese investment in countries under the Belt and Road Initiative.
VTB Bank’s Andrey Kostin warns that ‘it’s very dangerous to rely on America’, after Russia’s second-largest lender lost billions last year upon being cut off from the US dollar and euro.
China describes talks between Chinese Commerce Minister Wang Wentao and US Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo as ‘professional and constructive’.