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Yihaodian probing security breach

Chinese e-commerce retailer Yihaodian said it is investigating a possible security breach, potentia

AutoChina being probed by SEC

AutoChina International (AUTC.NASDAQ), a company that sells and leases commercial vehicles, said i

Growth slows in China's industrial companies

China's industrial companies saw their combined earnings growth slow in March, as moderation in com

China median income growth drops below GDP growth

BP sells China plant to Sinopec for $1.68bn

BP has agreed to sell one of its biggest investments in China to Sinopec for $1.68bn, as it seeks t

China's capital outflow curbs spur risks

Hidden costs of China's efforts to stem capital outflows are starting to become apparent, for examp

Chinese Premier: 'money no object' in smog fight

The nation is willing to spend as much money as needed in its fight against air pollution, Premier

Trump administration launches aluminum imports probe

The Trump administration launched a wide-ranging probe of aluminum imports that could end in broad

China steel association hits back at Trump trade moves

China's steel industry association has spoken out against protectionism in the wake of a high-profi

Bond buyers blacklist high-risk Chinese provinces

Investors are becoming more discerning when it comes to the origin of Chinese debt, according to

WeChat to strengthen search functions

WeChat plans to make its search functions more powerful, announcing the creation of a new search-en

Recession-hit Nigeria seeks $6bn Chinese loan

Muhammadu Buhari, Nigeria's president, is seeking approval from lawmakers to borrow nearly $6bn fro

US employment at Chinese firms rises 46% in 2016

Chinese controlled firms employed 141,000 Americans at the end of last year, a 46% increase over 20

China's official unemployment rate drops below 4%

China's official registered unemployment rate fell to a 14-year low of 3.97% in the first quarter,

Xi Jinping ramps up financial risk rhetoric

Chinese President Xi Jinping ramped up the rhetoric about financial risks on Tuesday, making a rare

China removes 29 steel makers from 'qualified' list

China said Monday it removed 29 firms from its list of "qualified steel makers" - the first time it

Netflix in talks with iQiyi to license shows

Netflix is in talks to distribute programs in China through iQiyi.com, the streaming-video provider

PBOC: China bad loans, capital outflows stabilized

China's non-performing loans have stabilized and the pressure from capital outflows has eased as th

China proposes changing WTO anti-dumping rules

China has proposed tightening the rules on when countries can impose anti-dumping and anti-subsidy

China making RMB full convertibility priority

Chinese government officials offered assurances on currency convertibility and easier access to its

Asset managers rush to establish onshore China funds

Since Fidelity International said in January it had won the first-ever approval to launch onshore i

China, Australia in anti-cyber theft pact

Australia has agreed a cyber security pact with Beijing under which both countries have pledged not

UnipayPay challenges Visa, MasterCard in emerging markets

Countries like Myanmar, where only 2% of the nation's 53m people have credit cards, are ground zero

AIIB, World Bank to deepen cooperation

Reuters reports

Report: China's manufacturers unprepared for Industry 4.0

Chinese manufacturers are not well prepared to brace for the coming wave of digitalisation to narro

China's first cargo spacecraft docks with space station

China's first cargo spacecraft docked successfully with the Tiangong-2 space lab on Saturday, the o

China Q1 outbound M&A drops 77%

Chinese overseas mergers and acquisitions (M&As) fell 77% in value terms in the first quarter c

Trump launches probe on cheap steel exporters

President Trump on Thursday launched a trade probe against China and other exporters of cheap steel

China launches first cargo spacecraft

China has launched its first domestically engineered cargo spacecraft, a crucial step in Beijing's

China shakes up financial regulators

The Chinese government is trying to ensure financial-system stability in a pivotal political year b


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