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Chinese stock markets are seeing cause for some optimism despite recent stumbles.
David Sneddon, global head of technical analysis at Credit Suisse, speaks about moves in the Shanghai composite index.
EHang co-founder said the company is moving into other commercial areas that can use drones.
More than 10,000 German citizens had been contacted on LinkedIn by fake profiles from China, according to Germany's BfV.
Japanese instant noodles maker Nissin Foods will focus on selling premium products to the increasingly health-conscious Chinese consumers.
Chinese exports look set to benefit from the global economic recovery, but the move to deleverage in China could prove hectic, says Pu Yonghao, CIO at Fountainhead Partners.
Natural rubber prices are hovering near record lows, but Singapore-headquartered Halcyon Agri is looking to rectify the problem.
Derrick Xiong, co-founder at EHang says in China the infrastructure to track aerial delivery drones is expanding.
China is looking to deploy nuclear power to provide reliable winter heating, raising public safety concerns.
Although the U.S. outspends Russia and China in defense, its rivals are closing the gap in capabilities and pose threat, says Rand report.
U.S. crude oil imports into China hit an all-time high in November, hitting 289,000 barrels a day, according to ClipperData.
Bitcoin mania could prompt some of the world's largest oil-producing countries to make a move against the dollar, according to one commodity analyst.
CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin reports on the trends in Chinese e-commerce and speaks with Colin Huang, CEO of Pinduoduo, an e-commerce company with a social media aspect.
China is the largest source of international students for the University of California, with nearly 20,000 Chinese enrolled in 2016.
Things could be looking up for Chinese brands' attempts at becoming global household names.
Michael Dunne, president of Dunne Automotive, said China could facilitate an autonomous driving market quicker than the United States.
Christine Gulbranson, senior vice president at the University of California, says establishing a local campus on the mainland is an idea the university is considering.
Australia and China are at loggerheads over Beijing's attempt to influence politics Down Under.
Key tech shares in China are at "very big multiples" relative to earnings, says Geoff Bazzan, head of Asia-Pacific equities at Maple-Brown Abbott.
Hartmut Issel, head of equity and credit for APAC at UBS Wealth Management, says a noticeable pickup in earnings growth in China is not fully priced in.