Monday, 11th, 2017 | 3:57PM Updated

A worker walks past a furnace at a Shanghai Baosteel Group factory, Jan. 15, 2007 in Shanghai, China.
Japan’s JFE Steel Forges Partnership with China’s Baosteel to Produce Steel Powder

JFE Steel has partnered with China’s biggest steelmaker, Baosteel Metal, to manufacture and sell steel powder used to manufacture car parts, in a bid to boost the Japanese company’s competitiveness in the highly lucrative Chinese auto market.

Lincoln’s parent Ford Motor Co. identified the city of Chongqing as the location of the luxury brand’s planned factory.
China Automobile Market: Lincoln to Build Chinese Factories in 2019, Make China-Exclusive SUVs

In a bid to seize China’s love affair with western brands, U.S. luxury car brand Lincoln unveiled plans to open a Chinese factory by the end of 2019. The move is part of Lincoln’s plans to gain a greater market share of the world’s luxury car market.

Jared Kushner arrives to a swearing-in ceremony of White House senior staff in the East Room of the White House on Jan. 22, 2017 in Washington, D.C.
Family of Trump Son-in-Law to Get $400 Million from Chinese Firm on NY Tower

A company owned by the family of Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, is set to earn more than $400 million from a major Chinese holding firm for investing in the Kushner’s posh office building in Manhattan, according to a report from Bloomberg on Monday.

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China Might Participate in TPP, Says Chinese Foreign Ministry

China is considering participation in the upcoming Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) talks following the United States’ retraction from the agreement.

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Pedestrians walk outside Tsingtao Brewery in Qingdao Beer Street in the town of Qingdao, Shandong Province.
China's Beer Mogul Calls Time-Honored Brands to Innovate to Keep Up with Modern Market

According to a beer mogul, "Time-honored" brands should innovate in order to stay young in the modern market while sticking to their traditional values.

The Chinese government lowered the country’s economic growth target to 6.5 percent, as it looking to prevent a housing bubble, lower the pace of new credit, and cut public spending.
China Set for Steady Economic Growth, Reliance on Domestic Demand Seen

China's current growth trajectory indicates that the Chinese economy is set for more stable times, despite experiencing an economic slowdown after years of rapid expansion. But to sustain that, the world's second-largest economy would now have to rely more on domestic demand.

Chinese Tourists in Denmark
Alibaba-Denmark Agreement to Boost Danish Exports, Including Travel

Alibaba Group Executive Vice Chairman Joseph Tsai and Danish Minister of Foreign Affairs Anders Samuelsen recently attended the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) at Alibaba headquarters in Hangzhou, which is aimed at increasing Danish exports to China and promoting Denmark as a tourist destination for Chinese travelers.

In 2016, the Ministry of Public Security was able to arrest 4,261 suspects involved in 1,886 cases of infringement of personal information.
China’s Overseas Acquisitions Likely to Slow Down Amid Capital Outflow Concerns

Overseas acquisitions by Chinese businesses abroad may slow down as Chinese authorities keep watchful eye on some companies making overseas investments amid concerns of excessive money flowing out of China’s borders.

Commerce Minister Zhong Shan
Commerce Minister Zhong Shan Looks Forward to Meeting Wilbur Ross

China’s newly appointed Commerce Minister Zhong Shan looks forward to meeting Wilbur Ross, his “excellent” U.S. counterpart.

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the National People's Congress
Premier Li Keqiang: Caretaker of Economic Reform at China’s Parliament

Since he assumed his position as China’s premier in 2013, Li Keqiang has taken up the cudgels for reform. He is also better known for using metaphors to describe his job.

The richest of all of China’s self-made female billionaires is Chen Lihua (center), best known for her reputation as the “Beijing real estate queen.”
International Women’s Day in China: Chinese Women Dominate List of World’s Female Billionaires

The richest women in China tend to touch on both service-based and technical enterprises, both of which account for the success of the Chinese economic miracle. More astounding is the fact that many of them are self-made, countering any possible refutations alleging the success of their male partners.

A $5 billion bullet loan constituted by funds raised offshore and with a maturity of five years is set to ensure Alibaba’s place at the top of China’s e-commerce industry.
Chinese Tech Giant Alibaba Looks to Borrow $5 Billion in New Funding

Alibaba, China’s largest online retailer, is negotiating with banks as it looks to accumulate $5 billion in loans to fund various corporate purposes. This comes amid efforts by several Chinese tech companies looking for new funding to fuel their ongoing expansion efforts.

Alibaba deems itself to be in “startup mode” in Europe, as it prioritizes the development of e-tail market innovations set to change the online retailing landscape over the next decade.
Alibaba Europe in ‘Startup Mode’ as Online Retail Giant Prioritizes E-Tail Market Development

Despite being among the world’s leading online retailers, Alibaba deems itself to be in “startup mode” in Europe, as it prioritizes the development of e-tail market innovations set to change the online retailing landscape over the next decade.

Property Development in Hefei
China’s Property Market Speculators Continue with Risky Investment in Hefei Despite Government Curbs

While Chinese authorities have introduced restrictions on property investments in Anhui Province last year, property speculators continue to invest in China’s property market, especially in Hefei, hoping that the government will ease the curbs on the sector to support growth, Reuters reported.

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