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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

Xi anti-corruption campaign likely to continue

The Chinese Communist party's 18th Central Committee, which formally disbanded on October 14, was o

US declines again to name China currency manipulator

The United States on Tuesday declined to name China as a currency manipulator although it remained

China Q3 GDP expected to be beat forecast

China is expected to release a "stronger-than-forecast" GDP growth figure for the third quarter on

Wanda's Hollywood frontman resigns

Dalian Wanda Group's frontman in Hollywood has resigned, further clouding the Chinese company's fut

S&P: China only taking baby steps cutting leverage

China has taken "baby steps" toward cutting leverage as lending from banks slows, but progress has

China factory-gate prices hit six-month high

China's factory-gate prices shot up to a six-month high last month, the latest surprise for an econ

Alibaba lending more money to millennials

Tech giants led by Alibaba's finance affiliate are making money off the loans consumers use to buy

Evicted online merchants protest Alibaba's decision

More than 1,000 online merchants are turning to an ancient Chinese tradition that says people throu

S Korean cosmetics firms boosted by currency deal

The sparkle of South Korean cosmetics firms remained strong on Monday after Seoul and Beijing exten

Chinese state media attacks Western democracy

China's official Xinhua news agency attacked Western democracy as divisive and confrontati

China confirms it will amend Party constitution

China's ruling Communist Party has agreed to amend the party constitution, expected to embed Presid

China aims to be AI superpower

If the development of artificial intelligence is an arms race, then China wants to become the world

China household borrowing surged in October

China's household borrowing and shadow banking activities surged last month despite Beijing's repea

China central bank chief calls for greater transparency

China's central bank chief on Sunday called for greater transparency in Chinese public finances, sa

Afghanistan becomes full AIIB member

The China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) has formally granted Afghanistan full mem

US demands overhaul of World Bank lending to China

The Trump administration is holding out against a capital increase for the World Bank until it over

China exports and imports both increase

China's overseas shipments rose from a year earlier, narrowly missing estimates, the latest sign th

Tencent to offer insurance in its apps

Competition in China's fast-growing online insurance industry is intensifying, as Tencent recently

Airbnb stops Beijing rentals ahead of Party Congress

US short-term rental service Airbnb has removed listings in Beijing as the capital prepares to host

Bull market draws Chinese investors to US

Chinese investors are attracted to US stock markets by their reputation as breeding grounds for hig

Beijing staking direct claim in Chinese tech giants

The Chinese government is pushing some of its biggest tech companies – including Tencent, Weibo and

Alibaba launches $15bn overseas R&D campaign

China's top e-commerce firm, Alibaba, is launching a $15 billion drive to build overseas research h

China targets pollution ahead of Party congress

A wave of environmental inspections in China has led to the closure of tens of thousands of busines

Venezuela's woes are trouble for Chinese investment

The International Monetary Fund's forecast of 2,349% inflation for Venezuela in 2018, up from an es

Rail giant CRRC to trim freight car manufacturing

CRRC Corp., China's top state-owned rail equipment maker, plans to reshuffle its struggling freight

Chinese tech companies deepen Party ties

China's tech sector, once reluctant to display any political affiliations, is becoming more open ab

China reserve-rate cut to benefit mid-size banks

Midsize Chinese banks will likely benefit most from the central bank's latest targeted cut in the r

China, S Korea fail to extend $56bn currency swap

China and South Korea have failed to extend their $56bn currency swap deal amid diplomatic tension

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