China's latest official statistics show the economy got off to a robust start in 2017 but economists are not sure how long the pace can be sustained.
China posted much stronger-than-expected trade data for January even as Asia braces for a rise in US protectionism under President Donald Trump.
Chinese exports fell last year with global demand for its goods weakening, amid fears of a trade war with the US under the Trump administration.
China is trying for more balanced economic growth and to avoid asset bubbles by ensuring companies don't build up too much debt.
China's currency, the yuan, hit its lowest value in almost eight years against the US dollar having declined for eight days in a row.
The discount shopping day for the unhitched and uncoupled still shifts more goods than the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales days in the United States.
China hopes to turn the US election upset to its advantage by seeking support for a Beijing-led Asia-Pacific free trade deal to replace TPP.
China's economy is stabilising the Q3 stats show though growth is increasingly dependent on higher government spending and a red-hot property market.
The two sides of the 565-meter-high Beipanjiang Bridge, the world’s highest cable-stayed bridge, across southwest China’s Yunnan and Guizhou provinces were connected Saturday…
The latest survey of economic analysts predicts Chinese GDP growth of 6.6 percent from April to June, down from 6.7 percent in the first three months of the year.
Chinese giant Alibaba Group Holding expects to double its transactions volumes by 2020, and still expects considerable growth.
China's exports have rocketed some 18.7 percent compared to the same period last year.
Twelve days of parliamentary pomp and ceremony have ended in China with the adoption of a new five-year plan for the economy. It was agreed with a
China's February trade numbers were far worse than economists had expected, with exports down by the most in over six years and imports suffering their 16th month of decline.
The Chinese government has put forward its five-year economic plan. Details were outlined at the opening of the National People’s Congress, the
China reportedly plans to lay off millions more workers at so-called 'zombie' companies to cut industrial overcapacity and pollution, according to sources close to the Beijing leadership.
China expects to lay off 1.8 million workers in the coal and steel industries as it addresses overcapacity in bloated state enterprises amid slowing economic growth.
Christine Lagarde has been re-elected to a second five-year term as head of the International Monetary Fund with the world's economy in the doldrums, and the IMF facing difficult loan decisions for Gr
As Asia starts the year of the monkey we look at Red Envelopes and Red Square visitors.
China has set its economic growth projection range at 6.5 to 7 percent this year, but efforts to reduce overcapacity of coal and steel are expected to raise unemployment.
There was disappointing factory output data from China as the official measure of manufacturing hit its lowest since mid-2012 amid falling prices and overcapacity.
China’s slowdown is even having an impact on technology giant Apple. The company has forecast its first revenue drop in 13 years and reported its
China and Egypt have signed investment and aid deals worth billions during a state visit to Cairo by President Xi Jinping.
China has experienced its weakest growth in 25 years. It’s economy grew last year by just 6.9% compared with 7.3% in 2014. The year-on-year growth
A boost for China’s exports came in data for December which showed a rise of 2.3 percent from a year ago in yuan-denominated terms. Forecasts were
Following a volatile first week of the year, the Shanghai Composite closed two percent higher on Friday (January 8). Trading in China’s markets has
European markets fell sharply on Thursday after China accelerated the depreciation of the yuan, but came off lows after the Shanghai and Shenzen
It is said when America sneezes the world catches a cold. In this first edition of 2016 we look at what happens to the world when China gets sick
Huawei has become the first Chinese company to ship more than 100 million smartphones. The 2015 shipments defied a market slowdown and jumped 44