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China ‘Absolutely’ Resolved to Reform Economy, World Bank Chief Says

The World Bank believes that China remains committed to an economic and financial-sector overhaul, the international lender’s chief said Friday.

Heard in the Hutong: Should the Beijing Government Move to the Suburbs?

We hit the streets to ask local residents their thoughts on Beijing's plan to move the city government out to the suburbs by 2017.

Video: Shanghai Disneyland’s Five Unique Things

Disney Chief Executive Robert Iger reveals new details about Shanghai Disneyland, scheduled to open next spring.

Online Fury in China After Mother Balks at Smashing BMW Window to Save Child

China’s Internet has lit up with debate this week after reports of a mother who left her young son alone in her BMW – then refused to smash the luxury car’s windows in order to rescue him from the heat.

Online Fury in China After Mother Balks at Smashing BMW Window to Save Child

China’s Internet has lit up with debate this week after reports of a couple who left their young son alone in her BMW – then refused to smash the luxury car’s windows in order to rescue him from the heat.

British, South African, Indian Tourists Detained in Northern China

Chinese police have detained 20 foreign tourists from South Africa, the U.K. and India who were passing through the northern region of Inner Mongolia.

More Cyberattacks Likely in Wake of OPM Hack, NSA Chief Warns

The U.S. should brace itself for more attacks like one on the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, the director of the National Security Agency warned on Wednesday.

Behind China’s Dwindling Forex Reserves, A Plan to Boost the Yuan

If changes in China’s foreign-exchange reserves are any indication, the country’s central bank continued its intervention in the currency market last quarter -- with the goal of bolstering the yuan’s exchange rate.

From ‘Emperors’ to ‘Ants’: Home Buyers Protest China Poly Group

China Poly Group is taking flak from angry home buyers who say the developer has failed to deliver on promised amenities.

5 Takeaways From China’s Second-Quarter Economic Report

After headlines about turmoil in the stock markets and weakening economic activity, China reported a better-than-expected 7% growth rate for the economy in the second quarter. Five things to take away from the official numbers.

Economists React: China Maintains 7% GDP Growth in Second Quarter

Economists weigh in on China's second-quarter GDP, which held steady at 7% despite an array of indicators pointing to increased sluggishness.

GDP Figures Could Renew Debate Over Chinese Statistics

China’s growth remained at 7% in the second quarter, amid broad signs that Beijing’s policies to jump-start the world’s second-largest economy hadn’t yet taken hold.

New Version of Alipay App Sparks Privacy Concerns

Alibaba‘s financial-services affiliate says it is working to address new privacy concerns Chinese users have raised about its mobile-payment app.

Chinese Firm’s Bid for Micron Has ‘Massively Serious Implications’

A Chinese state-owned company’s proposal to buy Micron Technology Inc. for $23 billion is the latest sign of the country’s ambition to become a broad technology superpower.

Shifting Reports on China Police Shooting Raise Questions Over Xinjiang Link

The disappearance of reports on a deadly police shooting has raised questions over whether the incident was related to alleged terrorists from China’s restive Xinjiang region.

For China’s Animated Films This Summer, It’s a Draw

China is trying to boost its animated film industry -- and the results are making headlines this summer for being both shamelessly bad and surprisingly good.

A Hole in the China Dream?

As China’s stock market melted down last week, President Xi Jinping and a large entourage headed off to Russia, leaving a truncated economic team to handle the mess.

State-Owned Chinese Chip Maker Makes $23 Billion Bid for Micron

China’s state-owned Tsinghua Unigroup Ltd. has submitted a bid to buy U.S. memory chip maker Micron Technology Inc. for $23 billion in what could be the largest takeover of a U.S. company by a Chinese firm.

Economists React: China’s Exports Stronger Than Expected in June

Economists react to China’s export and import data, which were better than expected in June.

China Can ‘Never’ Have a Warren Buffett If Beijing Props Up Stocks, Property Mogul Says

China can "never" have a Warren Buffett if Beijing keeps intervening in the stock market, property mogul Ren Zhiqiang said in a rare criticism of China's handling of the recent stock crisis.

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