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The Chinese are worried. About a trillion dollars left the country last year.
Beijing will issue inflated GDP statistics this week to show it met its 7% target.
Beijing took months to come up with the worst possible mechanism to limit volatility.
Vanke, the world’s largest homebuilder, could lose Wang Shi, its founder and chairman, in a long, drawn-out struggle with its biggest shareholder.
The new measure, enacted December 27, 2015, gives Beijing the power to grab encryption keys and other critical intellectual property from foreigners.
Do you really want to put your life in the hands of a disgruntled Chinese pilot?
Cheap-labor China is going crazy over automation.
GM wants you to buy a Chinese-manufactured crossover next year.
Chinese manufacturing is crumbling, so emissions will fall dramatically. Indian emissions, however, will rise fast.
Beijing is undoubtedly holding less forex than it reports.
The Chinese economy “is approaching the limit of debt sustainability.”
Beijing’s leaders have created another stock bubble.
In the face of unprecedented money outflows, Beijing looks like it overstating the size of its foreign exchange reserves.
Accelerating demographic trends will undermine the Chinese economy and social structure.
Entrepreneurship is hot in one corner of East Asia.
The Chinese economy is in decline and the International Monetary Fund is in denial.
Beijing is reimposing controls at a time of unprecedented capital flight.
Washington honors Chinese President Xi Jinping, but Silicon Valley welcomes Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Beijing’s announcement of its new car-hailing app is an escalation of the war on Uber and Didi Kuaidi.
Chinese consumer spending is not robust.