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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

IMF predicts faster China growth, rising debt

The International Monetary Fund increased its estimate for China's average annual growth rate throu

China's M2 at record-low expansion in July

China's broader money supply expanded at a record-low pace in July while credit growth continued to

Chip testing firm moves to block rival's sale to China

The battle between the US and China over computer-chip makers has expanded to a new front: the comp

McDonald's, Evergrande in tie-up

McDonald's has struck a deal to place restaurants in Evergrande's residential complexes in China. T

OBOR acquisitions surge despite M&A crackdown

Mergers and acquisitions by Chinese companies in countries that are part of the Belt and Road initi

Chinese Communist Party writes itself into company law

China's Communist party is writing itself into the articles of association of many of the country's

Trump launches China trade probe

US President Donald Trump called China's policies toward US companies operating in the country "unl

JD.com to open online luxury retail platform

Chinese e-commerce company JD.com Inc.

Guizhou government to oversee Apple iCloud facility

China's Guizhou province, where Apple has set up its first data center in the country, plans to cre

China defends "countercyclical" RMB formula

China's central bank defended its new yuan-fixing formula, saying the added "countercyclical" facto

Trump to launch first major China trade action

Donald Trump is set to launch his first major trade action targeted at China on Monday by ordering

Alibaba says revenue to increase 50% this year

Alibaba predicts its revenue will increase almost 50% this fiscal year on the backs of China's swel

Pfizer alum's China startup preparing IPO

Zai Lab Ltd., a Chinese drug developer working on cancer treatments, has picked banks to arrange a

Facebook discreetly launches unbranded China app

Facebook's interest in mainland China has prompted it to create a photo-sharing application that ha

Moutai to consolidate its financial services

The world's most valuable alcohol producer, China's Kweichow Moutai, plans to consolidate its lendi

Global Times declares neutrality if N Korea strikes first

If North Korea launches an attack that threatens the United States then China should stay neutral,

RMB rising unexpectedly amid N Korea tensions

As global investors turn increasingly risk averse amid tense relations between North Korea and the

China transmits first ‘unhackable’ message to satellite

Chinese scientists have sent the first quantum transmission from earth to an orbiting satellite, ma

US labor union files suit against Anbang

A US hotel-workers labor union filed charges of unfair labor practices against Anbang Insurance Gro

Alibaba, Hangzhou team up on rental platform

Hangzhou, hometown of e-commerce giant Alibaba is tapping the company's technology prowess to set u

China inflation cools, price pressures ease

Increases in China's prices at factory gates stabilized in July while consumer price gains eased, o

Chinese app developers launch Apple antitrust suit

Apple is facing accusations of anti-competitive behavior in China.

SEC delays Chicago Stock Exchange sale decision

The Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday postponed a decision on whether to approve the

China Unicom denies Tencent, Alibaba investment deals

China Unicom, one of the country's big three state-owned telecom operators, denied reports that it

Chinese stock that rallied 4,555% faces Nasdaq boot

Wins Finance Holdings, the Chinese loan guarantor that couldn't explain a 4,555% surge in its stock

China's import, export growth slows

China's unexpectedly robust economy is still getting a boost from trade, with exports and imports g

China’s banks swap 1tn RMB of debt into stocks

China's banks converted more than 1 trillion yuan (US$149.2 billion) of debt into stock holdings in

China pushes payment companies into new clearinghouse

China's central bank set an Oct.


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