The China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone, the first of its kind in the country, is turning into a true test case for China's further opening-up, and is attracting thousands of companies from both home and abroad.
Brands blaze digital trail
For advertisers and marketers, China's still-evolving digital landscape has suddenly become the holy grail. It was not so five years ago.
Targeted RRR cut expected to fuel real economy
The targeted reserve requirement ratio is expected to be cut by one percentage point in January to fuel the real economy, with domestic liquidity maintaining a relatively balanced status in the near future, China Securities Journal reported on Monday.
China's FDI continues to grow in first 10 months
Foreign direct investment (FDI) into the Chinese mainland continued stable growth in the first 10 months of this year thanks to robust manufacturing and high-tech investment.
Foreign execs demolish 'debt trap' claims
The so-called "debt trap" or "debt crisis" brought about by Chinese investment in markets related to the Belt and Road Initiative is actually fabricated by some people or organizations, and the rumor has harmed host countries' ability to develop their economy, foreign business executives said on Thursday.
Fintech can play a great role in helping close the gap between the financing needs of private enterprises and banking products at the time when banks might become more reluctant to address this issue amid downward pressure, according to experts and officials.
Tech firms swear by AI's ability to smarten finance
China's technology companies have gradually transformed the country's financial sector by incorporating artificial intelligence into their services.
Profit of China's petroleum, chemical industry up 45.2% in first three quarters
China's petroleum and chemical industry posted rapid growth in the first nine months of 2018, official data showed.
Chipmaker probe continues apace
China's top antitrust authority said on Friday it has already made "important" progress in its probe into three dominant chipmakers, including Samsung, over possible price fixing.
China's tea production to reach 2.8m tons in 2018
China's tea output is estimated to reach 2.8 million metric tons in 2018, with the value of the whole industry chain topping 600 billion yuan ($86.4 billion), according to the China Tea Marketing Association (CTMA) Thursday.
China Southern Airlines announced the company will not renew its agreement with the SkyTeam and leave the airline alliance on Jan 1, marking an end of 11 years of cooperation, 21st Century Business Herald reported.
Deloitte sees key role for its China operations
Major global audit and advisory firm Deloitte is expecting China to become one of its strongest markets in terms of business growth across its global network over the next five years, with a focus on technological opportunities, according to its global chief executive.
WorldFirst sees big money in cross-border payments
International payment company WorldFirst is eyeing opportunities in China's fast-growing cross-border payment market, despite the fiercely competitive
Tencent tests new online wealth management service
Chinese Internet giant Tencent recently started to test its new wealth management product on its flagship social media platform WeChat in a bid to integrate its online payment strength and wealth management services for its over 1 billion users, the Shanghai-based China Business Network reported Sunday night.
Audi's dynamic duo designed to tap into changing landscape
Audi is presenting more than 20 models at the Guangzhou auto show, with the all-new A6L and the electric e-tron highlights of its efforts to continue its success in China.
China's A-share market began the last quarter of the year with a tumble, but managed to recover later despite continued losses on bourses in the Asia-Pacific neighborhood.
China’s SSE sees trading of 1.48 trillion U.S. dollar stocks in four years
The Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect program has registered a cumulative trading volume of over 10.31 trillion yuan (1.48 trillion U.S. dollars) during its four years of operation, according to the latest statistics of Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE).
China issues new delisting rules for A-share-listed companies
In an effort to purge the A-share-listed companies with major law violations, China’s two stock exchanges, namely, the Shanghai Stock Exchange and the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, issued their new heavy-handed delisting rules last Friday, The Paper reported.
China’s public companies rush to redeem their pledged shares
Over 100 Chinese public companies had bought back their pledged shares last week, said a report of China Securities Journal on Monday.
Chinese online lender Weidai makes NYSE debut
Weidai, which provides an auto-secured loan platform for small businesses in China, rang the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) opening bell on Thursday in celebration of its initial public offering (IPO).
"Over the next year, I anticipate that the Fed will boost rates 3 or 4 additional times to stabilize the unemployment rate," said Former Chair of U.S. Federal Reserve System Board of Governors Janet L. Yellen, at the Caijing Magazine Annual Conference on Tuesday.
Interview: Singles' Day seals China's standing as growing market, open economy, says economist
This past Singles' Day in China confirmed the country's standing as a growing consumer market and increasingly open economy, said Argentine economist Jorge Marchini.
Chinese start-ups growing from passive learners into innovators -- investor
Chinese entrepreneurs are growing from passive learners into leaders in innovation, a leading venture investor has said.
Interview: World Gold Council offers free data service to institutional investors
The World Gold Council recently launched Goldhub, a market-leading source of data, insights and analytical tools aimed at helping investors understand gold's value as a strategic asset.
China to reduce taxes on larger scale, broader base: official
China's taxation authority is working with other government agencies to carry out tax reductions on a larger scale and broader base to support the private sector, a senior official said.