Policies add to China’s labour shortage

Government reform of the unloved hukou system proves difficult

China migration: At the turning point

A shrinking labour force from rural areas is driving huge economic change

China widens foreign access to bond market

Loosening of restrictions crucial to persuading global investors to hold renminbi

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Beijing suburbia or your own private island?

China property prices hit extremes on easy credit

China plans ECB-style fund injections

PBoC looks at accepting local government bonds as collateral

China rail group signs $5.5bn Africa deals

Latest sign Beijing’s ‘New Silk Road’ strategy is gaining traction

China banks balk at local debt-swap plan

Several provincial governments forced to postpone bond auctions

America’s wobbly economic leadership

Closing the US Export-Import Bank would be a self-inflicted wound

Beijing acts again to boost growth

China central bank cuts RRR to free up lending

China’s grain rot shows policy failures

State stockpiles may be badly degraded

Hong Kong hails Shenzhen visitor curbs

Move to ease tensions over ‘locust’ shoppers threatens economy

World Bank: Stress test

Facing increasing competition and beset by criticism, what next for the institution

Australia steeled for China slowdown

Slide in demand for key export threatens state and federal budgets

China GDP growth lowest since 2009

Slowdown to 7% highlights challenge of finding new drivers

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Lionel Barber, David Pilling and Jamil Anderlini talk to China’s premier

China first quarter GDP slows to 7%

Growth pace highlights the challenge of finding new growth drivers

Economic future that may never brighten

Potential growth decline leads to savings and stagnation debate

Business alarmed at Chinese data curbs

US executives in the country warn of costly rules for foreign and domestic companies

Taiwan rejected as AIIB founding member

Beijing signals it may accept island under different name

China exports slump stokes growth fears

March’s year-on-year fall of 15% raises hopes for more stimulus


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