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China’s combined provincial economic outputs have exceeded official national figures, bringing to fore the possibility that local officials are involved in inflating their provinces’ economic figures.
Falsifying Economic Data Amounts to Severe Punishment, Warns China’s Top Statistician

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

Wealthy Chinese mainland households typically earn around 136,00 yuan ($19,800) annually, according to Gavekal Dragonomics.
Demand for Premium Products Driving China’s Spending Spree

Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) by foreign companies in China have featured such a pattern of changing from one slow-growing industry to an unfamiliar one that nonetheless promises rapid growth.
From Food to Cloud Computing? Chinese Companies Change Sectors to Escape Slow Growth

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China Implements Stricter Regulations on Nationals’ Foreign Accounts

Curbing outflows stands as a practical move to keep the yuan stable, what with the crash threatened by the Aug. 2015 conundrum.
Investing in China: Capital Outflow Restrictions a Bane to Foreign Investment?

China's stock markets remain volatile amid economic fears.
China's Anonymous 'Authoritative' Figure Reveals Economic Policy Shift

China's economy showed positive signs of recovery in the first quarter of 2016. However, analysts are still cautious about whether it will continue for the rest of the year.
China's Economy Shows Signs of Recovery in First Quarter of 2016

More provinces, particularly those inland, are seeking to be granted FTZ status to boost their economies.
More Provinces Apply to Be Part of China's Free Trade Zones

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Iranian leader Hassan Rouhani affirmed continuous cooperation between the two countries.
Xi Jinping Scores Big with Iran Visit

China and several Gulf countries have agreed to continue free trade talks.
China Reopens Free Trade Talks with Gulf States

China has begun implementing a new system to control and prevent further lowering of oil prices.
China Enforces New Oil Pricing System

Included in his itinerary are the countries of Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Iran, the three major players in the Middle East.
Xi Pledges to Cut Restrictions on China's Market

A mother carries her son while the boy wears a Halloween mask at a shopping store in Wuhan, Hubei Province, Oct. 26, 2015.
China Unveils Plans to Boost Consumer Spending

A woman shops for clothes at a boutique.
Chinese Consumers May Kick Off Budding Economic Trend

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