Tag: China Economy
A yuan-denominated investment scheme will now be open to all overseas institutional investors that meet certain requirements.
China's planned 'social credit system' has drawn international concerns that it could heighten the Communist Party's already strict control over society and the economy to Orwellian levels.
The US will not win the trade war because of the plight faced by its farmers and businesses, according to China's People's Daily.
China's industry ministry said in late July that the country would need "arduous efforts" to achieve 2019's industrial output growth target of 5.5% to 6.0%.
China officials are sticking to a cautious monetary strategy even as tensions with the US worsen.
Conflicts with the US could expand from the trade front into other areas, including politics, military and technology, financial experts warn.
Economic growth slowed to 6.2% in the second quarter, its weakest pace in at least 27 years, as demand at home and abroad faltered in the face of mounting US trade pressure.
When China's government took control of Baoshang Bank and imposed losses on some creditors, it upended the long-held assumption that it would always provide banks with a 100% backstop.
Li & Fung's CEO says China’s factories are getting 'urgent and desperate' as worried US retailers accelerate a move out of the country amid heightened trade tensions.
China is easing foreign access to a range of industries including oil, mining and city gas pipelines as the government follows through on pledges to open its economy to foreigners.
The outlook for China’s manufacturing sector continues to deteriorate due to weakness in the domestic economy combined with new tariffs the US imposed the previous month on Chinese goods.
China’s credit investors are demanding to be paid for risk – and that’s leading to explosive growth in the nation’s high-yield bond market.
A highly-anticipated bill eliminates the requirement for foreign firms to transfer proprietary technology to Chinese joint-venture partners.
Expert says the market will re-focus on China data instead of bilateral trade developments.
Chinese consumers are shunning expensive purchases like cars as the economy slows down and the US-China trade war continues.
Optimism over the US-China trade relationship and a stable yuan improve the standings of Chinese stocks.
Chinese leaders make a u-turn to compensate for last year's negative, consequential decisions.
China's total debt-to-gross-domestic-product ratio to rise again this year, says UBS economic research head.