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China Pull

by Jens Kastner | Aug. 10 2020

China is opening up key sectors to foreign companies in the hopes of raising the possibility of further foreign investment.

A Balancing Act

by Jens Kastner | Apr. 8 2020

China’s economy today is driven more by domestic consumption than exports.

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The Redback Rodeo: The RMB Exchange Rate

The RMB exchange rate is caught between two powerful forces: the surging Dollar and China’s rising power.

by Douglas Bulloch | Jun. 2 2015

Made in China 2025: Chinese Manufacturing to Get a Makeover

With the Made in China 2025 plan, the government is trying to give the manufacturing sector a major boost. A.

by Li Hui | May. 21 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.

by Chris Russell (Additional reporting by Milo Zhang) | Mar. 31 2015

The Crackdown on Tax Evasion in China

Multinationals in China are coming under increased scrutiny due to allegations of tax evasion.

by Helen Roxburgh | Mar. 17 2015

The Automobile Industry in China Hits the Speed Limit

The slowing auto market is reshaping the automobile industry in China.

by Christopher Beddor | Mar. 11 2015

Six Buzzwords from the 2015 Lianghui

A quick guide to some of the hottest topics that came up during the 2015 Lianghui, the two annual meetings.

by Li Hui | Mar. 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.

by Major | Feb. 5 2015

China Roundup: What’s Behind China’s Required Reserve Ratio Cut?

This week, China’s central bank finally bit the bullet and cut the required reserve ratio by 50 basis points.

by Major | Feb. 5 2015

The Chinese Property Market Conundrum

As the Chinese property market slows and complicates the country's economic outlook, the government faces a tricky balancing act.

by Nicole Sy | Jan. 26 2015

Has the Shanghai Free Trade Zone Lived Up to Its Promise?

A year on from its debut, we examine the hits and the misses of the much-touted Shanghai Free Trade.

by Hudson Lockett | Jan. 20 2015

China Roundup: Taxi App Didi Dache Gets a $700 million Warchest

This week, taxi app Didi Dache secured funding of more than $700 million, easily the biggest private investment in China.

by Major | Dec. 11 2014

Leta Hong Fincher on the Pursuit of Marital Property in China

Author and researcher Leta Hong Fincher on the confounding phenomenon of women forfeiting their property wealth in China.

by Suzanne Edwards | Oct. 6 2014

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