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China is cracking down on investors and journalists for any actions that may have sent its stocks lower.
China's market meltdown proves a totalitarian government can never truly produce a truly healthy economy.
With fluctuations in the RMB, stocks, and confidence in Beijing, Chinese leadership is under pressure from within and without.
A Chinese billionaire spent the most money ever for a home in Australia, without ever even seeing it.
"The last few decades have shown that Communist Party rhetoric typically doesn't play out in the real world," says an author and former China resident.
Almost exactly a year after Narendra Modi's election, some Indian market-watchers are getting impatient for better days.
Raymond Vickery, global fellow at Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, says China and India seem to be pushing for deeper cultural ties, but issues like border disputes remain a sticking point for both countries.
On Thursday, Indian prime minister Narendra Modi met Chinese president Xi Jinping in the ancient city of Xi'an, which is the hometown of Xi. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports.
India and China are "pragmatic partners" who realize the need for cooperation and engagement, says Haiyan Wang, managing partner at the China India Institute.
Kerry Brown, Chinese politics professor and director of China Studies Center at University of Sydney, discusses Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's maiden visit to China this week.
Chang-Tai Hsieh, professor of Economics at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business, discusses Beijing's clampdown on graft and explains its impact on businesses.
Michael Pettis, finance professor at Peking University, explains why the reaction from the U.S. over the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank translates into a victory for China.
Kevin Rudd, former prime minister of Australia, is surprised by the "intensity, comprehensiveness and length" of China's anti-corruption drive.
China is moving into the United States' backyard——but it's not clear if its Latin America investments are a negative for American interests.
A new free trade agreement may give companies from South Korea a serious leg up—in China.
Chinese leaders use economic nationalism at home in order to gain support and get the leeway they need to cut deals with trade partners, Robert Hormats said.
President Obama gets a $2,173/night hotel suite for the G-20 meeting, while host Tony Abbott slums it with a $270/night room.
Construction in China's version of Manhattan stalled as the financial crisis hit the country, NBC News reports.
Jonathan Fenby, director of China research at Trusted Sources, discusses what the Occupy protests mean for the relationship between Hong Kong and Beijing.
Casino tycoon Steve Wynn says government crackdowns in Macau and protests in Hong Kong don't worry him so much.