Capital outflows behind renminbi fall

Financial flows, not trade, now drive China’s exchange rate

China moves to limit coal glut

No new mines to be built in eastern regions

Apple in China: big country, big company

The key concept when assessing prospects is recurring revenue, rather than growth

New building developements, Wenzhou.
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Scams flourish in China’s P2P market

Online platforms draw from murky world of less-regulated lending

Backlash in China over WeChat adverts

Users not targeted with BMW ads complain of discrimination

Delivering on Obama and Modi ‘bromance’

Time for US and India to move beyond symbolism to real action

Churlish China irked by US-India ties

Obama’s trip to New Delhi was really about forging an alliance in the Asia-Pacific region

China seeks end to gold medal fixation

‘Blind pursuit’ of sports success condemned

Record fall in China industry profits

Data add to pressure on government to boost stimulus

China tycoon sues local governments

Action over contracts highlights risks to financial system

Shanghai abandons GDP target

City is first big Chinese region to shift focus away from growth

China to forge new markets for its output

Infrastructure investment in poorer countries to create markets

China forecast to buy more iPhones than US

Shifting power balance in smartphone market

China autos: traffic report

Car sales and prices are slowing in the country

China eyes legalising foreign stakes

New law would legitimise loophole used by Alibaba, Baidu and Tencent

Chinese tycoon calls urbanisation top

‘Woman who built Beijing’ says most cities have been built

Shanghai to pay stampede victim families

Compensation of $130,000 each follows punishment of officials over tragedy

Chinese premier banks on entrepreneurship

Li Keqiang seeks to reassure Davos over country’s low growth rate

Insider trading claims swirl around Citic

Citic Securities’ parent sold shares just before crackdown

Officials punished over Shanghai stampede

Two also disciplined for feasting on sushi at public expense

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