Mobile wallets are taking off in China but it is too early to say what they mean for the use of cash and bank cards.
Big data promises to revolutionize the work of business and government, and China’s largest internet companies are leading the way
Mobile apps in China have created a bubble in which people can get most of the things they need without stepping out of the comforts of their home
China’s stock market crash left a host of casualties in its wake—from a weakened renminbi to plummeting commodity prices.
A proposed change to China’s foreign investment law could have big implications for foreign investors
Several companies—from tech giants like Alibaba to durables manufacturers like Haier—are betting big on the Smart Home market in China. Who’s doing what?
Having established their dominance at home, China’s leading tech companies are increasingly turning their gaze overseas
This week, the China-backed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank initiative won more support; fluctuations in the value of the RMB caused concerns; and Tencent revealed its smart-car ambitions.
The key takeaways from the 2015 Lianghui, the two annual meetings that set the agenda for the Chinese economy.
China is revising the laws that govern the variable interest entity, a complicated structure used by many companies to bypass foreign investment restrictions. What are the implications?