Last week’s U.S.-China Comprehensive Economic Dialogue could mark the beginning of a more constructive trade relationship, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
China is tightening control over foreign companies' internet use in a move some worry might disrupt their operations.
The lack of progress at Wednesday's U.S.-China Comprehensive Economic Dialogue may be indicative of further tensions on trade.
U.S. and Chinese officials failed to agree on major steps needed from Beijing to help reduce the U.S. trade deficit, a Trump administration official said.
Taiwan is keeping a wary eye on mainland China's relationship with Hong Kong.
The looming threat of a trade war is making US-China relations increasingly fraught, despite recent friendliness among the countries' leaders.
Visitor logs at Mar-A-Lago should be public, according to a New York judge. But White House visitor logs aren't public, Vox reports.
China's banking regulator will tighten control over risks in the financial markets, work more closely with the central bank and other regulators, it said.
Two summers after a major Chinese stock market crash, Monday's stock tumble points to how much China's markets have changed.
Winnie the Pooh has been censored on Chinese social media, the Financial Times reports
Chinese President Xi Jinping is likely to remain wary of risks 'blowing up in his face', according to Andrew Collier, managing director of Orient Capital Research.
Gordon Chang, "Coming Collapse of China" author, and John Rutledge, Safanad, talks about progress made between the U.S. and China on trade. The Chinese have been dragging their feet on credit cards and this is unacceptable, says Chang.
China's top graft-buster criticized the Communist Party for its "unhealthy" political culture and weak governance.
China's second-quarter GDP growth beat analyst expectations on Monday, but markets stayed in the red with little sign of strength.
The bear has been censored on Chinese social media in the lead-up to the 19th Communist Party Congress, reports the Financial Times.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has led a shake-up that has influenced appointments of regulators and provincial leaders, says Richard Martin of IMA Asia.
The People's Bank of China will take on a bigger role in macro-prudential management and in averting systemic risk, President Xi Jinping said.
Concerns of a flare-up in Philippine-China relations are back in focus as Manila considers resuming energy exploration in the disputed South China Sea
His comments are at odds with criticism of the Chinese government after the death of Liu Xiaobo, who had advocated for democracy and human rights in China.
The Trump administration could impose new sanctions on Chinese firms soon.