Wednesday, 23rd, 2018 | 6:39AM Updated

Smoke billows from a steel plant in Inner Mongolia.
China's Retail Investors to Lead Potential Demand for Industrial Metal in 2017: Report

The People's Bank of China recently announced it is increasing its standing lending facility (SLF) short-term loan and reverse repurchase agreements (reverse repos) rates.
$9 Trillion Domestic Bond Market’s Slump May Add Up to China’s Financial Woes

Commuters walk past a poster advertising Taobao services in a subway in Shanghai.
Fake Reviews, Purchases Get Serious Attention after Alibaba Sues E-commerce Operator

Buses are parked in a parking building powered by solar energy in Shanghai.
Global Solar Industry Leader: How China Dominated the Competitive High-tech Field, Overtaking the US

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Chairmen of China's various regulatory commissions attend a news conference on the sidelines of the 12th National People's Congress in Beijing in March this year.
Multinational Firms in China Blame New Rules on Movement of Capital for Cash Transfer Delays

Staff members of the Federal Reserve Bank count foreign-owned gold bullion in a depository vault in the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Gold Prices Spike After South China Sea Incident; Dollar, US Stocks Dip

Although a full-blown conflict between China and the US is unlikely, a senior Chinese military official has been quoted to say that claiming war is a “practical reality.”
US Underwater Drone Seizure Continues to Cause Tension Despite Assurance Device Will Be Returned

A trader at the New York Stock Exchange monitors the news as the Federal Reserve officials raised interest rates for the first time this year on Dec. 14.
Rising US Interest Rates to Gravely Impact China’s Debt Problem

Maximilian Bittner, chief executive officer of Lazada Group SA, and Roger Egan, co-founder and chief executive officer of RedMart, pose for a photograph in Singapore.
Lazada Bolsters Logistics Control in Preparation for Alibaba; Amazon Expects Clash in Southeast Asia

A man monitors stock changes on the electronic boards at the Shanghai Stock Exchange.
Sharp Decline in China’s Stocks Triggered by Govt Crackdown on Big Insurers

China's Trade Minister Gao Hucheng delivers a speech during the plenary session of the 9th World Trade Organization (WTO) Ministerial Conference in Bali, Indonesia.
Trade War Imminent: China Files Dispute Resolution Case Against EU, US on Market Economy Status

Alibaba founder and executive chairman Jack Ma rings a bell to open trading on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange in New York in 2014.
2017 Could Be Alibaba’s Breakout Year, According to Analysts' Forecast

Wanda Group Chairman Wang JianlinWang Jianlin, chairman of Wanda Group, speaks during the signing ceremony in Beijing as Wanda Cultural Industry Group buys Legendary Entertainment in January.
Wanda Group Boss to US: Beware of Potential Rise of Anti-China Policies

Yuebao, an investment product of Alibaba's online payments platform Alipay, is used by more than 100 million users, who poured in more than $90 billion into its investment fund.
China’s Middle-class Investors Join Growing Ranks of Tech-driven Small International Financiers

Customers walk around London's startup district, Shoreditch.
UK-China Links Opened to Help London Startups, VCs Connect with Chinese Market

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