Trump will have to "up his game," because China was more prepared than the U.S., according to CNBC's Jim Cramer.
Important U.S. industries have responded with consternation to the increasing risk of a trade war with China, dubbing it an unwinnable situation.
Consul General Zhang Qiyue said barriers will be removed or eased for foreign investors in China’s financial sector and that market entry standards will be unified for banks.
U.S. subsidies for its soybean farmers have given them an unfair competitive advantage in selling to China and strong restrictive measures need to be taken to prevent dumping, Chinese tabloid Global Times said on Wednesday.
The domestic Chinese market is likely to move ahead fast with 5G technology, according to a Credit Suisse analyst.
The mass production of electric vehicles is the next big opportunity in green technology, the CEO of a private equity fund said on Monday.
China's choice of Yi Gang as the new head of the People's Bank of China was unexpected.
A senior North Korean diplomat left for Finland on Sunday for talks with former U.S. and South Korean officials, Yonhap News Agency reported, amid a series of diplomatic encounters ahead of a possible U.S.-North Korean summit.
Steel and aluminum users that depend on imported products not available from U.S. producers may have to wait up to 90 days for an exclusion from Trump's new tariffs, according to documents.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday signed legislation that encourages the U.S. to send senior officials to Taiwan to meet Taiwanese counterparts and vice versa, angering China.
China's largely rubber-stamp parliament on Saturday unanimously re-elected Xi Jinping as the country's president.
Some Southeast Asian nations are now "seeking to diversify their strategic partnerships, beyond a binary choice between Beijing and Washington," a think tank said.
The Chinese government's policies toward electric vehicles are becoming more selective recently, signaling a push for higher performing models and potentially accelerate industry development, noted an analyst at Wood Mackenzie.
China said it will merge its banking and insurance regulators, in a long-awaited move to streamline and tighten oversight of the financial system in the world's second-biggest economy.
The belief in an "implicit guarantee" from the Chinese government on debt is a big problem, said a finance professor on Monday.
China's largely rubber stamp parliament on Sunday passed a series of constitutional amendments.
China will rely less on stimulus to boost the economy in future, the country's central banker said Friday.
A close look at Baoding, a Chinese town that Beijing has declared "steel-free."
China is holding back its response to the recent U.S. moves on trade, but the situation may escalate, a former diplomat said.
China's increase in military spending, the biggest rise in three years, was proportionate and low, state media said.