Enter the Petro-Yuan?
| Oct. 18 2018
Most of the world’s oil has been bought and sold with US dollars, but that may be changing.
Funding China’s Future: What Can Green Finance Do?
| Oct. 11 2018
China has rapidly established itself as one of the biggest players in the global green finance movement.
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China Roundup: Chinese GDP Growth Likely to Fall Below 7%
The first quarter Chinese GDP growth may fall below the 7% target and the US has softened its stance on.
| Apr. 2 2015
Who’ll Win? Visa and MasterCard Versus UnionPay
Long kept at arm’s length, will foreign bank card companies finally get a fair crack at the China market.
| Mar. 31 2015
China Roundup: More Support for Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank
This week, the China-backed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank initiative won more support; fluctuations in the value of the RMB.
| Mar. 26 2015
Mapping the New Silk Road
A huge shift in trade and relations could be underway across Eurasia, and China’s New Silk Road policy is.
| Mar. 24 2015
Shanghai Stock Exchange: Baffling Bourse
Is the Shanghai Stock Exchange finally becoming a hub for global finance.
| Mar. 16 2015
China Roundup: The Chinese Economy Posts Weak Numbers
This week, various economic indicators released on the Chinese economy showed slower growth and Alibaba invested in Snapchat.
| Mar. 13 2015
China Data: A Milestone for RMB Internationalization
Essential numbers on China: from the RMB internationalization to the contraction in the luxury market, growth in e-commerce transaction.
| Mar. 9 2015
China’s Industrial Slump Eases, No Hard Landing
Is there a quick fix for the Chinese economy? China’s industrial sector is still struggling against strong headwinds, but.
| Feb. 13 2015
China Roundup: Alibaba Invests in Smartphone Brand Meizu
This week, Qualcomm got a rap on its knuckles and a $975 million fine; Alibaba invested in smartphone brand Meizu.
| Feb. 12 2015
Is There a Start-Up Bubble in China?
Venture capitalists are pouring billions into start-ups and valuations are high. Are these signs of a bubble in China.
| Feb. 10 2015
What’s Next for the Variable Interest Entity Structure?
China is revising the laws that govern the variable interest entity, a complicated structure used by many companies to bypass.
| Feb. 5 2015