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China's exports slumped more than expected in December while the growth in imports also cooled, official data showed Friday.
Property developer China Vanke has been embroiled in a high-profile corporate power tussle for over a year.
Xiaomi was once the darling of the smartphone world. But it has been struggling in the past two years.
The ships come as Beijing's new assertiveness to territorial claims in the South China Sea fuels tensions.
The Japan-based company is expected to pay $1 billion to resolve the U.S. criminal probe, according to Dow Jones sources.
China's President Xi Jinping will promote "inclusive globalization" at this month's World Economic Forum in Davos, Chinese officials said.
For foreign firms in China, the business environment just got even tougher.
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's nominee for secretary of state set a course for a potentially serious confrontation with Beijing.
China's President Xi Jinping's delegation to the World Economic Forum is open to a meeting with Donald Trump's team, according to the Associated Press.
This happened after it was discovered that the Canadian arm of Amazon was selling doormats with the Indian flag, the FT reports.
The U.S. military may monitor a North Korean ballistic missile test rather than destroy it, the Defense Secretary said on Tuesday.
The next cue for China’s battered yuan may come from Trump’s press conference on Wednesday as the market seeks more clarity on trade policy.
McDonald's sale of its China and Hong Kong operations raises numerous concerns about worker conditions, an American labor union has warned.
This is the latest sign of heightened tensions between Beijing and Taiwan.
The best option is for Toshiba's lenders to keep credit flowing, said the president of a market intelligence company.
Weak yuan is set to put considerable stress on China's economy, JPMorgan Asset Management's Richard Titherington says.
China has unveiled plans to partially privatize the country's industrial champions, including the state railway system, the SCMP reports.
Police have disrupted a racket involving the use of China UnionPay terminals that made illegal cash transactions, the SMCP reports.
Crop diversification can lower smoking rates in low-income countries, but it's hard pitch to sell to farmers, according to the WHO.
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Kristine Berzina, The German Marshall Fund, says trade, climate change and the U.S. stance on Russia are contentious issues likely to be carried into the G7 meet.
Richard Gorry, JBC Asia, says the extension is not sufficient and that markets will be "grossly oversupplied" when the cuts end.
Reform and fiscal policy under its new president, and strong China GDP are giving Korean markets something to cheer about, says Cedric Chehab, BMI Research.