The world’s second-largest economy is conflicted as far as an OPEC production cut is concerned, one analyst told CNBC.
Typhoon Haima headed to Hong Kong Friday after killing at least 12 and destroying rice fields in the Philippines.
While uncertainty in the Philippines has increased, leaders in the Philippine business community appear to be relatively sanguine.
China property prices rose at the fastest pace on record in September, fueling fears of a market bubble.
Asian geopolitics and the Philippine economy may be hit if Manila ends up breaking historic military and economic ties with the U.S.
Observers have been drawing parallels between China today and Japan in the late 1980s – just before its "lost decade".
Media, property and alcohol industries may feel the biggest pinch from a 30-day ban on "joyful events" after the death of its ninth monarch.
European Union leaders were considering a text that would condemn attacks by the Russian military on Aleppo and threatened sanctions if they continue.
Pakistan will ban all Indian content on television and radio channels from Friday, its media regulator said, stepping up media tit-for-tat bans.
North Korea fired a missile that failed immediately after launch early on Thursday, the U.S. and South Korean militaries said.
Iron ore miners Rio Tinto and Fortescue released diverging quarterly production guidance, even as China's demand continued to support prices.
Brazil cut interest rates for the first time in four years on Wednesday, opting for a modest 25 basis-point reduction to launch an easing cycle.
Howard Schultz, chairman and CEO of Starbucks, said he still believes in the Chinese economy.
Malik Obama, Barack Obama's half-brother, will attend the final presidential debate as a guest of Donald Trump, reports NBC.
Ford is giving up on making small cars in the U.S. and plans to move production of its compact cars to Mexico, reports the NYT.
Czech police have detained a Russian man wanted in connection with hacking attacks on targets in the United States, the police said.
Chinese investment into the U.S. has been largely by acquisitions. That's starting to change.
Authorities eventually hope to outfit existing buses with sensors and develop a self-driving system that can effectively navigate traffic.
A shrewd product placement on a popular soap opera in China has propelled a Western breakfast cereal to frenzied popularity in the country.
China's economy has managed a curiously singular feat for any country: Growing a steady rate of 6.7 percent for three quarters in a row.