Michael Dunne, president of Dunne Automotive, said China could facilitate an autonomous driving market quicker than the United States.
China's growth rate will be "much, much lower" when Beijing gets a grip on debt, an expert said.
China's push to clean up its environment may have had an unintended consequence: a shortage of heating fuel supply is hitting some regions.
China has been injecting a lot of cash into its market, as Beijing walks a line between curbing debt and keeping the economy stable.
The easing of foreign ownership rules in the Chinese insurance industry will help both foreign and domestic players.
Baidu's Raven H smart speaker looks like a stack of thin, colored square blocks and comes with a touch-sensitive LED display controller.
Trump may have fallen into a trap by softening his trade stance with China in exchange for North Korea “help," Michael Ivanovitch writes.
President Trump forcefully presses his "America first" agenda at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Da Nang, Vietnam.
President Trump tells a Beijing audience he will work to address what he described as unfair practices from the Chinese.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports from Beijing, China, on the state visit of U.S. President Donald Trump.
The Chinese are hoping to steer Trump away from issues like trade with a "charm" offensive, analysts say during his state visit, analysts said.
Trade tensions between the world's two largest economies are hot ahead of President Donald Trump's visit to Beijing.
China is calling for constructive dialogue and negotiations ahead of the President Donald Trump's visit to Beijing next week.
Trade tensions between the world's two largest economies are heating up ahead of President Donald Trump's visit to Beijing.
Xi Jinping is quietly ramping up a Communist party department to expand Beijing’s soft power, Financial Times reports.
China will focus on preventing risks, fighting poverty and pollution, according to Yang Weimin.
Chinese accounts for six of the world's top 10 fastest growing tourism cities, according to new data.
Focus on the new line-up of Chinse leaders in various financial institutions, said the International Monetary Fund's former head for China.
The Chinese president is consolidating power at a "very consequential" time, says ex-U.S. diplomat Nicholas Burns.
China's once-in-five-years Communist Party Congress is about politics rather than economics, but investors are still reading the tea leaves.