PBOC’s move to devaluing the RMB didn’t just follow weak exports data, but also IMF requirements for more market-driven exchange rates.
Is the yuan devaluation the start of a currency war, or a reflection of Beijing’s plan to give the market more power?
Early indications show that the Chinese government’s efforts to prop up the economy might be able to steer clear of the risks of the 2009 economic stimulus
In a short space of time Alibaba’s Ant Financial has created—and scaled—a diverse set of financial products and services: from online payments to cloud computing and data services.
The government has finally issued guidelines to regulate China’s internet finance industry, but the devil may lie in the yet-to-come details.
China’s economic growth model has created a serious overcapacity problem that will continue to derail future growth unless tackled now.
China’s stock market crash left a host of casualties in its wake—from a weakened renminbi to plummeting commodity prices.
Why the government’s efforts to stabilize China’s flailing stock markets have not worked so far.
Four stories behind the dramatic rise and the equally dramatic fall of the Shanghai Stock Exchange’s stock index.
One of many economic indicators, China’s imports continue to inch up, but only just.