China has been trying to reduce its reliance on debt as well as fiscal and monetary stimulus to fuel economic growth, but the pain of the trade war with the United States is forcing a reversal.
Investors and economists for months have clung to the hope that rational self-interest would ultimately bring a negotiated end to the United States-China trade war, perhaps even ahead of the U.S. mid-term congressional elections next month.
The Global Voyage Fund is "a billion-dollar fund focused on fintech and digital health, which are two of the most important areas for our company," Ping An Insurance Group's Chief Innovation Officer Jonathan Larsen told CNBC.
Drones may be the new selfie stick.
Chinese companies are getting more sophisticated and strategic when it comes to pursuing overseas acquisitions, according to a report by management consultant Bain and Company.
Turkey has informed the United States that Ankara possesses audio and video evidence showing that missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul, the Washington Post reported Thursday.
The Washington Post, citing U.S. officials familiar with intelligence intercepts, reported that they show Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered that journalist Jamal Khashoggi be lured into detention.
The walkout came as the city's leader Carrie Lam was about to give her annual policy address.
Nicole Wong of CLSA discusses why Hong Kong's property market is likely to come under "more pressure."
Peter Churchouse of Portwood Capital says there has been a "real restriction of land supply" in Hong Kong.
Duncan Innes-Ker of The Economist Intelligence Unit says initiatives like starter homes for young families and a vacancy tax have been well-received, but there's still "quite a long way to go."
The decision by Hong Kong authorities to effectively expel a foreign journalist is casting a cloud over the city's unique role as a center for finance and trade.
Analysts say the trend is likely to continue as a major infrastructure project integrates the two former European colonies with southern China.
Hong Kong authorities have rejected a work visa renewal for a Financial Times editor without giving a reason for rejection.
WeWork is setting its sights on outfitting corporate offices to grow its business
China has made strides in implementing legal protections for intellectual property rights, but experts say foreign companies seeking protection for their trade secrets often run up against Chinese national and corporate interests.
Hong Kong's securities regulator froze the assets of an unidentified public company chairman as it investigates a $1.3 billion fraud case. David Webb, editor at Webb-site.com, weighs in.
The Asian metropolis has seen house prices rise at an annual rate of almost 10 percent since 2012.
The Chinese yuan could depreciate by another 10 percent against the greenback if the U.S. continues to raise tariffs on Chinese imports, independent economist Andy Xie says.
Alva To, vice president and head of consulting for Greater China at Cushman & Wakefield, says he believes there will be a correction in Hong Kong's housing market in 2019 as a result of trade tensions, policy shifts and rising interest rates.