China moves to curb overseas acquisitions as firms’ debt levels rise

The Chinese government has served notice on the country’s foreign investment spree in football clubs, skyscrapers and Hollywood as it moves to curb rising levels...

China’s new problem: ‘Frenzy’ of consumer lending creates debt ‘explosion’

The Chinese government is moving to tackle high debt levels, but the country is still borrowing more, Deutsche Bank said in a report released Thursday. That's because...

A cashless future for China?

Dominance of mobile payments won’t cause cash to vanish, instead, a wider range of methods will be used: experts There is wide discussion among Chinese...

Billionaire hedge fund manager Stanley Druckenmiller is betting big on the Chinese consumer

A 13-F filing Monday showed Stanley Druckenmiller's Duquesne Capital bought Chinese consumer stocks, tech stocks and shares of a media giant in the...

Alibaba and Tencent looking riskier and placing bigger bets

To justify their lofty valuations, China’s two largest corporations—Alibaba and Tencent— have to deliver on some of the riskiest bets they’ve placed in years. Alibaba...

Why China Is Shooting Its Gray Rhinos

Two Different Smashes: Wanda’s Purgatory, and ‘Wolf Warriors’ Patriotic Win “It is like an awful car crash. You know you shouldn’t look. But at the...

China: The World’s Best Consumer Story

If the Trump administration goes after Chinese exports, it could create a fantastic buying opportunity, says Matthews Asia Strategist Andy Rothman. As Earth’s second-largest economy,...

Alibaba’s “cashless week” to boost mobile payments is worrying China’s central bank

You know you’ve gotten big when the central bank worries about your promotional activities. Such is the case with Ant Financial, which runs the biggest mobile payments...

Strong Yuan Could Open Door to Relaxing Currency Curbs

China has room to start easing policies curbing capital flight. Foreign exchange reserves have stabilized at $3.1 trillion, outflows have stabilized and the currency has rallied....

Tencent Chairman, Chinese Billionaire Ma Huateng, Is Now Richest Person In Asia

Editor's note Aug. 7, 2017, 5:45 pm ET: Ma Huateng's position as No. 1 richest in Asia lasted just a matter of hours. Alibaba...
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China to relaunch the world’s fastest bullet trains

Bullet train trips between Beijing and Shanghai will get faster from Sept 21 when Fuxing bullet trains run at 350 kilometers per hour, bringing...

The world is better off for China’s debt mountain

If it hadn’t done the heavy hitting in 2009-10, things could have been even more dire, China’s budget and trade scolds should pause for reflection. Debt...

China’s Debt Swaps Surpass $100 Billion

Almost a year after China rolled out steps to rein in soaring corporate leverage, concerns are rising that undeserving companies are benefiting while households...
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