A coalition of 46 business groups from the United States, Europe and Asia has appealed to mainland China to change proposed cybersecurity rules they warn will harm trade and isolate the country.
The Uber-Didi denouement offers some lessons for Hong Kong technology policy and strategy.
China's economy, the world's second largest, struggled in July with a worse-than-expected trade performance as imports plunged 12.5 percent year-on-year, Customs said Monday.
China's manufacturing shrank in July, the government said Monday, blaming the deterioration on rainstorms that wreaked havoc across large swathes of the country.
Price rises for new homes in China accelerated in July from the previous month, a survey showed Monday, with some buyers possibly prompted by moves in some cities to curb prices.
Mainland China on Thursday announced new rules governing ridesharing services, making clear for the first time that they are now legal in a giant market where U.S.-based Uber is at loggerheads with local rival Didi Chuxing.
China's property giant Wanda, owned by the country's richest man Wang Jianlin, has signed an MOU to sell a historic Madrid skyscraper to a Spanish developer for 272 million euros, the company said Friday.
The flood of billions of dollars out of China slowed dramatically in the second quarter, official figures showed Thursday, despite the yuan's persistent weakness making it less attractive to hold.
China insisted its controls over some raw materials exports were legal, after the European Union followed the United States to take it to the World Trade Organization over the restrictions.
China's economy expanded more than expected in the second quarter of the year, data showed Friday, fueling hopes growth may be stabilizing, but analysts warned private investment still needed to pick up.