Thursday, September 24, 2015
Chinese companies have agreed with Boeing to buy 300 jets and build an aircraft assembly plant in China in deals signed during Chinese leader Xi Jinping's visit to the United States, the official Xinhua news agency said Wednesday.
The assistant chairman of China's top securities regulator has been sacked amid a corruption probe, official media said Tuesday, after months of declines in the country's stock markets.
Chinese luxury auto dealer Sunfonda was in the fast lane to success as the country boomed but a slowdown in the world's number two economy has slammed the brakes on the firm's ambitions.
In China's factories, the robots are rising. For decades, manufacturers employed waves of young migrant workers from China's countryside to work at countless factories in coastal provinces, churning out cheap toys, clothing and electronics that helped power the country's economic ascent.
The impact of China's economic slowdown on the global economy is bigger than previously thought, the head of the International Monetary Fund said Tuesday.
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Discussing how U.S. and Chinese experts and businesses can collaborate on nuclear energy, smarter electricity use and other clean technologies is a top agenda item as mainland Chinese leader Xi Jinping arrives in Seattle Tuesday, almost a year after he and President Barack Obama announced their nations would cooperate to fight climate change.
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
As China's wealthy have grown more prosperous, many have carved out a premium slice of the American Dream.
Switzerland's Zurich Insurance said Monday it faces losses of some 243 million euros (US$275 million) following last month's industrial disaster in Tianjin, China.
Monday, September 21, 2015
U.S. entertainment giant Warner Bros. plans a venture with China Media Capital to develop films for distribution in China and globally, according to a statement Sunday, as Hollywood seeks a greater share of the massive market.
Saturday, September 19, 2015
Mainland China's top stock market regulator said Friday nearly 20 companies would be fined for "illegal market activities," as it struggles to restore confidence after a months long share price rout.