Wednesday, 16th, 2019 | 6:34AM Updated

An employee piles bundles of yuan notes in an offshore bank.
China’s Efforts to Boost the Yuan May Further Agitate Trump: Analysts

A couple walk through a Volkswagen auto dealership in Beijing.
Volkswagen Recall in China: 50,000 Vehicles to Be Pulled Out Due to Faulty Brake Design

Aside from talking about their ambitions, Wang and Xi bonded over books, which were considered a special commodity during the Cultural Revolution.
China’s 2017 Growth Plan: Stability as Priority; Growth and Economic Reforms as Secondary Agenda

A man changes foreign currency into Chinese yuan at a currency exchange office at Hongqiao airport in Shanghai.
China’s Foreign Reserves Dropped $320 Billion Last Year as Yuan Posted Sharp Slide

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A staff counts renminbi notes at a bank in Lianyungang, Jiangsu Province.
China’s New Stricter Rule Against Capital Outflow Slows Renminbi’s Decline

A customer buys bitcoins at a retail store in Hong Kong.
Bitcoin’s Price Drop Related to Yuan: Concerns About China Crackdown Trigger 20% Plunge

Shipping containers are piled on a Maersk cargo ship in a port in Hong Kong.
Alibaba’s One Touch Platform Allows Merchants to Buy Cargo Spaces in Container Ships

A Chinese flag flies over a coal-fired power plant in China.
China’s Energy Gap: Why China Needs Nuclear Power

FF 91 launching in Nevada
Faraday Future’s Internet Electric Car Funded by Chinese Tycoon Unveiled in Las Vegas

A bank staff shows the 100 yuan bill with new counterfeit features.
Yuan Depreciation: China Moves to Check Yuan Plunge Driven by Chinese Firms’ Dollar Debts

Steel pipes for shipment and export are piled up at Lianyungang Port in Lianyungang, Jiangsu Province.
No More Steel Glut? China to Produce More Steel in 2017, But Mostly for Own Consumption

China's Infrastructure Sector
2 Major Reasons Why China Infrastructure Spending Would Unlikely Augment Metal Prices

A man walks past a display board showing the Hang Seng Index during the first day of the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect early this month.
China’s Monetary Policy for 2017: Leaders Urge Regulation of ‘Money Gates’ to Avoid Financial Risks

Jeffrey Chan, Bona Film Group COO, shares his thoughts on film financing at the Film Finance Forum Toronto in Toronto, Canada.
$360 Million Raised in Funding Round Led by Alibaba, Tencent for Bona Film Group

A customer shows a pair of Snapchat Spectacles, a pair of camera-equipped sunglasses made by Snapchat Inc.
Though Banned in China, Snapchat Is Hiring Engineers for Its New Office in Shenzhen

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