Beijing subway bans Halloween costumes

Fears that subversive outfits could crop up

China hits back over cyber hacking claims

Beijing net tsar says his country is the world’s biggest victim

Beijing’s challenge to the world of Bretton Woods

Poor governance may erode the impact of China’s financial firepower

Chinese developers look to rights issues

Credit impact boosting property bonds and Asian high-yield credit

China to let foreign groups clear payments

Policy shift follows WTO anti-monopoly ruling

Goldman at odds with rivals over Alibaba

Investment bank’s research following flotation sets low target

Fake China export invoices make comeback

Big discrepancy between Chinese and HK data

China military figure admits taking bribes

Xu Caihou is former vice-chairman of Central Military Commission

Beijing efficiency drive attacks mah-jong

Officials should instead be working on Communist party ideology

Leung ‘regrets’ HK voting comments

Top official says he was ‘misunderstood’ over views on poor voters

China’s ‘new normal’ for consumption

Multinationals and official retail data tell different story

Hong Kong-Shanghai bourse venture delayed

Shares fall as Stock Connect is yet to gain final China approval

China set to invest £105bn in UK by 2025

Energy, property and transport will be big targets

China’s doomed ‘socialist rule of law’

The attempt to introduce legal redress is an impossible feat

Beijing’s journey from luxury to thrift

China’s ballooning debt and slowing growth will be tough to manage, writes James Kynge

American who beat Mao to Beijing

Sidney Shapiro, author and translator, 1915-2014

Concerns remain over ADB’s Chinese rival

Bank’s chief economist says AIIB could help meet Asian infrastructure needs but signals potential governance gaps

China property decline continues

Oversupply drags down house prices for fifth consecutive month

Shanghai bourse awaits options approval

New equity derivative launch will be China’s first since 2008

Realising China’s sustainable growth rate

Beijing’s reforms have the potential to boost consumption

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