US seeks backing in South China Sea spat

Obama to use summit to raise diplomatic pressure on China

M&A — China’s world of debt

State-owned companies are buying big but the stability of these billion-dollar deals is in question

Chinese tree thieves add to HK grievances 

Gangs strip territory of incense wood worth almost as much as gold

Wind turbines in operation at China's largest wind farm just outside Urumqi, Xinjiang on Thursday, September 14, 2006.

China breezes past EU as top wind power

Country accounts for third of global capacity — twice US share

Outflows from China top $110bn in January

Companies and residents look to evade tightening capital controls

Hong Kong clashes leave scores injured

Radical groups among protesters in running battles with police

Obama seeks $19bn to boost cyber defences

US plans extensive computer upgrade in wake of damaging hacks

China rule change clears path for A shares

Loosening of restrictions could let A shares into the MSCI index and drive capital inflows

Hong Kong clashes leave scores injured

Radical groups among protesters in running battles with police

HSBC swings back to London in HQ debate

UK environment said to be far more stable than CEO feared last year

‘Crouching Tiger’, by Peter Navarro

A long-time critic of China harbours no doubts that Beijing wants to neutralise the US in east Asia

China web giants in ‘red envelope’ wars

Companies seek to lure customers through cash and coupons

What China’s stock market turmoil means

Efforts to expand equity financing are being stymied

China FX reserves lowest since 2012

Monthly drop of nearly $100bn as Beijing sells off dollars to support Rmb

Obama calls China to press North Korea

New evidence shows preparations for rocket launch in coming days

Danny Alexander — I am right man for AIIB

Former Treasury minister has been taking Mandarin lessons

China to sign Brazilian football star

More evidence of buying power of ambitious sporting nation

Driving home for new year — in a shared car

China takes to gig economy in world’s biggest mass migration

Chinese police admit holding booksellers

Letter from mainland confirms fears of Beijing crackdown

China loosens foreign investment curbs

Foreign investment quotas scrapped on stocks and bonds