Chinese default heightens creditor anger

Fate of state-owned zombie could set precedent for debt disputes

Xi’s China: The rise of party politics

Part one: The president is wresting control of economic policy away from other parts of government

EU prepares China market economy deal

Plan contingent on anti-dumping duties and steel production cuts

Map: Key projects on the new Silk Road

Transport and energy projects connecting Central Asia

ZHUHAI, CHINA - JUNE 29: Aerial view of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge on June 29, 2016 in Zhuhai, Guangdong Province of China. The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge will be the world's longest cross-sea bridge when it be completed in the fourth quarter of 2017, it will have a total length of about 55 km, including a 6.7-km underwater tunnel and a 23-km bridge. It took seven years and some 100 billion yuan (about 15 billion USD) to construct the bridge since 2009. As the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge opens to traffic, connecting Hong Kong with branches to Zhuhai and Macao for the first time, it will greatly shorten the distance between Hong Kong, Zhuhai and Macao, according to China Daily. (Photo by VCG) (Photo by VCG/VCG via Getty Images)

Hong Kong: One country, two economies

As China’s slowdown hits wealth and relations sour, can the territory revive its fortunes?

China GDP grows 6.7% in second quarter

Housing and fiscal spending support construction activity

The spin that blights China’s economy

How do you tell a value-destroying zombie from a dynamic business innovator, asks James Kynge

China GDP: five things to watch

Friday’s data release to reveal impact of government stimulus

Obama steps up trade battle with China

Challenge to export curbs on commodities needed by US industry

China agrees steel ‘platform’ with EU

Agreement allows verification and monitoring of shipments

EM companies ‘going backwards’ on transparency

China looks to add sharing economy to GDP

Official growth figures do not show app services such as Uber

EM liquidity hits 5-year high

Foreign inflows and China loosening expected to withstand Brexit

China land: losing the plot

As long as the sale of rural land remains illegal, how realistic is it to expect radical reform?

Japan voices fears over Brexit and China

Concerns rise in Tokyo that UK-free Europe could change Asia-Pacific balance of power

China moves to de-politicise state groups

New plan strips government of authority to choose top executives

The economic risks of Brexit contagion

Poll may trigger low growth and populist policies in the west

Tory group breaks ranks on China policy

Human rights report targets ties seen as heralding ‘golden era’

AIIB gathers for inaugural annual meeting

China’s first multilateral development bank to approve maiden loans

China told policy shift will generate $5.6tn

Consultancy advocates focus on raising productivity