China rate cut puts pressure on lenders

Policy changes set to squeeze bank profit margins

HK stock connect: baby steps

A good idea is off to a slow start. Why?

Rethinking China’s state-owned enterprises

For Beijing’s reforms to work, domestic and foreign private interests must play a bigger role, says Yukon Huang

China cash rates jump to 9-month high

Regulatory shift sparks worries over liquidity

China slashes rates to stimulate economy

Central bank cuts benchmark interest rates to counter slowdown

Chinese general caught with tonne of cash

Graft investigators take truckloads of money and gems from officer’s home

China ends world’s oldest monopoly

Country’s salt monopoly, in place since 7th century BC, set to be dismantled

China cuts interest rates

Central bank acts to counter slowing domestic and global economy

China police detain teachers after strike

Rare instance of public sector labour unrest in the country

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India’s Modi joins great power game

PM has disappointed at home but been energetic and assertive internationally

View: China’s banks face disruption

Increasing online competition in the financal sector is shaking up traditionally staid business models around the world

China rail group signs $12bn Nigeria deal

CRCC to build 1,400km of railway in biggest Chinese overseas contract

S&P raises fears over China muni bond push

Rating agency warns half country’s provinces deserve junk status

China and Russia to build military ties

Pledge to strengthen co-operation to counter US influence in Asia

Protest leaders condemn HK violence

‘No logic’ to small group’s attempt to storm government offices

China emerges from US dollar’s shadow

A new equity scheme reveals Beijing’s geostrategic priorities

Hong Kong clears small protest zone

Move has limited impact on main demonstration site

China targets supporters of HK protests

Beijing charges activist with ‘inciting subversion’ for posting messages

China house prices fall for second month

Monthly drops slow, triggering hopes market may be near bottom

Foreign investors board ‘through train’

Four of the five most popular shares were state-owned enterprises

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