Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said a lot at the World Economic Forum's "Summer Davos" meeting on Tuesday, but what he didn't say was equally important.
A probe into several of China's largest overseas asset buyers is a healthy sign that regulators are getting on top of things, an investor said.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang spoke on the first day of the World Economic Forum's "Summer Davos" event in Dalian, China.
Profits earned by China's industrial firms in May rose 16.7 percent from a year earlier, quickening from the previous month.
The United States plans to place China on its global list of worst offenders in human trafficking and forced labor.
China's flagship One Belt, One Road program has far from enough financing right now, representatives from Beijing said in New York last week.
China is again hosting the World Economic Forum's annual June meeting, and innovation is in the spotlight.
China's market economy status in the World Trade Organization falls within one of Lighthizer's areas of expertise, Financial Times reports.
Most China crash predictions are looking at the wrong scenario, said Michael Buchanan, head of strategy at Singapore wealth fund Temasek.
A North Korean diplomat on Wednesday raised the possibility of the hermit regime holding talks with the United States.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday said the United States had a "great relationship with China" as he stood beside former Iowa Governor Terry Branstad, the new U.S. ambassador to Beijing.
Defense Secretary James Mattis said that Ohio resident Otto Warmbier's death after a "minor act of mischief" escapes understanding.
Artificial intelligence will be painful, but it brings with it opportunities, Alibaba CEO Jack Ma tells CNBC.
Chinese efforts to persuade North Korea to rein in its nuclear program have failed, President Donald Trump said.
When thinking of investing in Asian real estate, investors should take a close look at opportunities in mezzanine debt, says InfraRed NF's Stuart Jackson.
Tim Drayson, head of economics at Legal & General Investment Management, discusses the Chinese economy and the Communist Party's clampdown on corruption.
This year, politics trump economics in China, says Nomura's chief economist for Asia ex-Japan.
Voice of America cut short an interview with controversial billionaire Guo Wengui, who alleged corruption among senior Chinese officials.
Bill Rhodes, president and CEO at William R. Rhodes Global Advisors, speaks about leadership and management of debt in China.
By exiting the Paris accord, the United States is leaving a huge power vacuum for its rival, Vox reports.