Thursday, 23rd, 2017 | 6:29AM Updated

A worker holds a sign at the first bitcoin retail store to open in Hong Kong on Feb. 28, 2014.
Bitcoin Trading: How Big Is China’s Real Bitcoin Market?

It is estimated that China’s bitcoin markets account for about 98 percent of trading in the global bitcoin market but contrary to this, it is lower at about 80 percent, according to an article by coindesk.com.

A Chinese clerk counts renminbi yuan banknotes at a bank in Huaibei, Anhui Province.
Chinese Yuan Still in Top Five Currency List as Govt Intensifies Long-term Plan to Promote Currency Use

China is pushing efforts to implement long-term measures to prop up the yuan, which includes promoting the Chinese currency’s use in international trade and boost market liberalization, according to economists.

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Audi to Join Competitive Market in Building Electric Cars in China

Audi joins the trend with Chinese company FAW Group in catering to the increasing demand for electric cars in China. China is the investment hub in Asia when it comes to electric cars as a likely consequence of the government's stricter rules in emission.

The new VW e-Golf electric automobile, manufactured by Volkswagen AG (VW), is unveiled at the automaker's factory in Dresden, Germany, on Nov. 17, 2016.
China’s NEV War: Volkswagen to Unveil 8 New Energy Vehicles in China

The Volkswagen Group is set to join the competition in the largest new-energy market in the world as it prepares to launch eight new energy vehicles (NEVs) in China, based on a document leaked onto the Internet, Forbes reported.

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A man walks past the Agricultural Bank of China Ltd., the nation's third-largest lender by market value, as government cracks down on lending to curb loan expansion.
Misreading of China’s Financial Condition Making Investors Miss Potential Opportunities: Expert

Analysts made a mistake when they said that the China’s credit bubble could be a major potential risk for investment in 2017. Instead, it should be seen as an opportunity to buy stocks and make money out of it, according to an expert at the one of Asia’s biggest asset managers.

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US Companies Wary of Possible ‘Trade War’ with China

With the inauguration of Donald Trump just a few days away, U.S. companies have warned the incoming President against starting a trade war with China. They said that China will be prepared to retaliate if Trump were to implement excessive U.S. import tariffs.

Vats of locally made wine called baijiu are seen at a distillery on the Chishui River, on Sept. 23, 2016, in Maotai, Guizhou Province, China.
Glasses Up: Rising Revenues for Baijiu Makers

With last year’s big profits and the continuing rise in demand, it looks like baijiu makers will have something to toast on this Chinese New Year. These companies have helped drive stock gains this year for China’s consumer staples stocks.

Enterprising individuals have taken advantage of the shortage by selling Shigematsu masks on Taobao with high mark-ups.
Protective Mask Made in Japan a Hit in China

Many Chinese are rushing to stores in hopes of finding and purchasing a Japanese face mask. It's not for vanity, as the mask can be used as a protective article of clothing against the smog that often covers northern China during wintertime.

Tsingtao has been around since the early 1900s, founded by German and British merchants based in China. As of date, the brand is sold in 94 countries across the globe.
Tsingtao Gains New Fans, Increases Sales Abroad

Tsingtao is a household name in China, but it's only recently that the Chinese beer has been making waves in the international market. According to a report by China Daily, overseas sales of the brand grew by 12 percent in 2016, with increases in the Latin America, western Europe, and Asia-Pacific regions.

As the oil market ended the week with prices lower by 3 percent, the world looks to the Chinese economy for signs of underlying problems, being the second largest oil consumer in the world.
Chinese Economy Closely Monitored as Oil Prices Fall

As the oil market ended the week with prices lower by three percent, the world looks to the Chinese economy for signs of underlying problems, being the second largest oil consumer in the world.

SpaceX: The Privately Funded Aerospace Company Founded By Elon Musk
SpaceX master plan revealed: space-internet business

Elon Musk plans to serve millions with his satellite-based internet service from outer space.

According to Shen Meng, director of a boutique investment bank called Chanson & Co, young people are attracted to these jobs since they offer freedom and flexibility.
New Jobs Created by China's Developing Digital Economy

It might have been unheard of a few years ago, but today, China's digital sector is busy churning new jobs and employing millions of people across the country. Just so-- as the government continues to step up efforts to restructure the economy, the digital industry just might be the one to keep it afloat.

This is not the first time Wang has showed off his singing skills as this year's spectacle is a repeat of last year's gala performance.
Chinese Tycoon Wang Jianlin Rocks the Stage as Wanda Group Celebrates Success

Who says China's richest man is all work and no play? Wang Jianlin was intent bringing the house down by delivering a soulful performance of "Nothing to My Name" and "Friends" during Wanda Group's annual gala on Jan. 14.

Last Sunday, 13 provincial-level regions in China released economic growth rates, with Chongqing Municipality leading in economic growth.
Optimistic Economic Prospects: China Poised for Further Growth

Last Sunday, 13 provincial-level regions in China released economic growth rates, with Chongqing Municipality leading in economic growth. The Southwestern region’s economy grew by 10.7 percent year-on-year. It was followed by Northern Tianjin Municipality (9 percent), Central Hubei Province (8 percent), and Hunan Province (8 percent), according to media reports.

Chinese President Xi Jinping meets Gabon's President Ali Bongo Ondimba.
President Xi Vows to Keep Economy Open, Stable, Steady

Despite a lower predicted economic growth for 2017, China vows to keep its economy stable and steady, according to President Xi Jinping on Monday during the World Economic Forum held in Davos, Switzerland.

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