|Filed Under:||Local Interest / China|
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|Archived Since:||March 8, 2011|
The Chinese credit market is freezing up.
Money is tight—and bound to get even more so.
The Chinese economy is fast heading toward contraction.
Beijing’s new South China Sea map makes a stunning claim to islands and seas.
What high unemployment tells us about the Chinese economic story.
Jack Ma faces stiff competition from Ma Huateng’s Tencent.
China is not about to let Tokyo debase the yen without a fight.
China’s rich are savvy, and they’re traveling to get good deals.
The Chinese frenzy says a lot about economic worries.
HSBC is one more financial institution saying “zai jian” to the Chinese.
Beijing’s increasingly aggressive foreign policy could tank the country.
Beijing’s sales of mobile missile launchers increase Pyongyang’s ability to wage nuclear war.
Chinese waterways are turning into morgues.
No foreign company is safe in the Chinese market.
The new Treasury boss should not go to Beijing at this time.
Why are China’s businesses fleeing American exchanges?
Overbuilding and high prices suggest a major correction is around the corner.
Manufacturers are beginning to abandon the “World’s Factory Floor.”
Growth slows in China, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan.
Competitive devaluations are now roiling Asia and will spread.