Greece has no plans to end economic ties with China, Athens' permanent representative to NATO told CNBC on Monday.
The G-7 infrastructure plan is part of a broad collective push back against China on issues ranging from human rights abuses to non-market practices.
The leaders of the world's richest countries have pledged more than 1 billion coronavirus vaccine doses to poorer nations.
Many European officials have for a long time called for joint approach to taxation.
China has yet to do a nationwide rollout of the digital yuan but is instead focusing on trials in the form of lotteries around the country.
In less than a year, Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com has raised $12 billion through public offerings in Hong Kong and New York.
In 2015, about 92% of bitcoin trading was done with the Chinese currency renminbi, but a government cracked down cut that down to almost zero.
Australia citizen Yang Hengjun will be tried by a Chinese court on espionage charges on Thursday amid deteriorating relations between the countries.
Philippine Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. tweeted that China should "get the f--- out" as the two countries clash over the South China Sea.
China called bitcoin an "investment alternative" marking a significant shift in tone after regulators cracked down on cryptocurrency trading in 2017.
As President Joe Biden tries to pass a $2 trillion infrastructure plan, China is already plowing money into very ambitious construction projects. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports.
Researchers from China's central bank released a working paper that marks the latest signal Beijing could soon cancel its restrictions as a way to "encourage childbirth."
Globally, the U.S. and China stock funds are two regions that have attracted the most inflows over the past two quarters, according to EPFR Global.
Investors are "making a joint bet on the company and its relationship with Beijing" when they invest in China's tech giants, says Aswath Damodaran from NYU.
More countries and brands in the West are facing pressure to boycott the Winter Olympics in Beijing next year, says consulting firm Eurasia Group.
The detailed comments mark the latest warning from high-level officials in China in recent weeks about domestic market risks.
Beijing's pledge to be carbon neutral by 2060 will significantly benefit several companies in both China and the U.S., Morgan Stanley analysts predict.
The measures are part of Beijing's efforts to consolidate its grip over the global financial hub following the imposition of a national security law in June.
China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced sanctions on U.K. entities in response to similar action by Britain over alleged human rights abuses in Xinjiang.
A first-quarter survey by the China Beige Book found that borrowing by state-owned enterprises dropped to the lowest in the study's roughly 10-year history.