The manager of Fidelity's China Special Situations fund identifies a strong China in a weak economic world, the country's changing development model and the plethora of under-researched companies as his reasons for optimism
A plan to pipe water from Bohai to Xinjiang has been criticized as a waste of money
Our funds endure the retreat of mainland markets; the Capitalist Roader contemplates drilling services
The government is fighting rising prices with one hand tied behind its back
World's passenger jet fleet to reach 30,000 planes
China's new passenger jet makes its maiden appearance
The window of opportunity in electric vehicle manufacture is quickly closing for foreign makers
So far, Western buyers are not queuing up to buy Chinese trains
Despite the efforts of David Cameron, there's still silence on a landmark acquisition
Foreign firms can see the tantalising opportunities in China, but can they see the local competition?
10 tactics for negotiating from weakness in China
US qualitative easing is pushing up valuations on the domestic market, but there are risks ahead
You get $22.8 billion if you keep your mouth shut
How much business do you lose if you allow the Dalai Lama to visit?
Power microgeneration could be a boon to China's rural areas
Why is wine now three times as expensive in China as it is in Europe?
All the indicators suggest the renminbi will keep rising
The UK pavilion could be worth RMB600 million
Sometimes, the interests of the state get in the way of those of private shareholders
A recent trade show gives hints of the future