China's debt levels may cause big problems for the global economy, but Beijing has a handle on it, say REYL Singapore's Daryl Liew and EIU Asia's Simon Baptist.
China is about to get its first new PBOC chief in 15 years, and the selection could show what Beijing has planned for the economy.
President Donald Trump signs an executive order to expand his authority to target people and institutions doing business with North Korea.
Companies with energy interests in disputed areas of the waterway could face harassment from China if they don't meet Beijing's demands.
CNBC's Sophia Yan says Beijing has taken a more nuanced tone in responding to hard-line remarks by President Trump and his advisors that criticize China's trade policies.
Conditions may soon be right for Facebook to break into China, and the social media giant is already taking steps to do so, Mizuho said.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Donald Trump spoke about keeping pressure on North Korea with economic sanctions imposed through the UN.
European business suffers from "promise fatigue" in China, the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China wrote in its latest paper.
While there has been rhetoric in China about opening up, European companies are still waiting for action to be taken, says Mats Harborn, president of the EU Chamber of Commerce in China.
The two leaders committed to maximizing pressure on North Korea through vigorous enforcement of United Nations Security Council resolutions.
Trump's ex-chief strategist Bannon accused China of forcing technology transfers but says conflict with US can be avoided, the SCMP reports.
Two of China's most acquisitive conglomerates had separately considered bidding for the German insurer Allianz SE, sources told Reuters.
The U.N. Security Council unanimously increased sanctions against North Korea over the country's sixth nuclear test on Sept. 3.
China's Guo Wengui, one of the ruling Communist Party's most wanted exiles, has applied for political asylum in the United States, his lawyer said.
China's leader appeared to take swipe at Donald Trump's "America First" policies by noting some countries are turning "inward-looking."
North Korea could launch yet another missile as soon as Saturday when the country celebrates its founding day, an analyst said.
North Korea's biggest nuclear test to date was condemned around the world on Sunday, with several leaders calling for new sanctions.
When Trump walked away from the TPP, it set off a series of political recalculations across Asia on more than just goods and services.
Trump has blamed China for not taking a harsher stance on North Korea, but Beijing may have no ability to influence the rogue state.
North Korea's missile launch over Japan has made China's job much harder.