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The renminbi—one of the world's most tightly controlled currencies—may be hit by significant weakness, with predictions that Beijing will stand down from its interventionist stance.
China's securities regulator said there was "panic sentiment" in mainland stocks on Wednesday, as markets plunged further into bear market territory.
Central Asia's largest economy will finally become a WTO member this year, but that alone is unlikely to be a panacea for investor concerns.
The precious gem will soon join the ranks of other commodities on trading screens this September.
Beijing's failure to stabilize the country's chaotic stock markets is undermining its credibility on the international stage, commentators say.
The shock results from Greece's referendum on Sunday sent Asian markets into a tailspin, but analysts seemed relieved that the impact wasn't worse.
As bitcoin struggles to gain mass appeal, advocates of the digital currency are turning to a new audience to promote adoption: the global unbanked.
A mainland university has launched an e-commerce platform to sell new graduates to prospective employers.
China's climate pledge to the United Nations this week has been widely applauded, but some experts believe the government is under-promising.
'Don't panic about oil' is the message from experts, even as traders anticipate lower prices amid expectations for a return of Iranian crude exports.