Since the second half of 2016, the Chinese government has been placing stricter controls on the country’s massive reserves of foreign currency as the economy suffers setbacks.
Economic losses caused by drought in China may double if the global temperature rises by 1.5°C to 2.0°C above pre-industrial levels, with increasing drought intensity and areal coverage across China, a new economic assessment study by Chinese scientists found.
In the small Balkan nation of Montenegro, Chinese loans are driving the construction of a 165-kilometer (103-mile) expressway through a challenging stretch of mountainous territory.
China’s love for pirate software may have just been its undoing with the latest ransomware program known as “WannaCry.” China is one of the countries that was hit hardest by the ransomware program that was launched on May 12. The…
In the darkness of the early hours on December 2, 1948, men were seen with long poles carrying heavy boxes from the Bank of China across the Bund, and then loading them onto a customs vessel at the quay.
When construction companies fall on hard times in China, what do you think they do? Well, they have a fight — but they use bulldozers to sort the men from the boys.
The barriers to entering the world’s biggest Internet market — China — just got a little higher for foreign technology companies.
Chinese journalist Wang Xiaolu works for a respected business magazine but his reporting on China’s stock market turmoil has got him into trouble with the communist authorities.
After China’s “Black Monday” sent markets wobbling all around the world, hundreds of billions were wiped off the world’s financial markets.
The majority of us live in our little bubbles. When we go online, we read news that’s predominately about events that rarely impact us directly.