Latest News


Top 10 listed property companies


Robot-themed café debuts in Shanghai


Nine new rules coming into effect from June 1


Wanda opens theme park to rival Disney


Top 10 Chinese cities with 'internet plus tourism'


Artificial Intelligence in real lives


Chinese factory behind Hillary and Trump face masks

AIIB to have 100 member nations by year-end: Jin Liqun

The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank will grow its membership to nearly 100 countries and regions by the end of the year, said its President Jin Liqun.

Chinese stocks surge on back of MSCI rumors

China's stocks jumped the most in two months on Tuesday as investor bet that MSCI will add mainland shares to its index for the first time next month and Chinese top leaders' speech on Monday boosted their confidence.


  • Wang Tao and Zhang Ning

    Lower headline credit growth, still strong overall credit impulse

  • Dan Steinbock

    Booming Chinese robotics industry a good sign

  • Wu Jiangang

    New age, new balance and new breakthroughs

  • Wang Tao

    Is China running out of policy options?

  • Bai Ping

    Hello Huawei, Xiaomi, bye-bye big brands

  • Chi Fulin

    Opening-up the service sector key for reform

  • Yang Yanyi

    Market economy status not a bilateral negotiation



Shenzhen retains its edge but urban problems a growing threat

Big cities in China remain hugely magnetic to big companies, but analysts worry they may gradually lose luster as "urban diseases" surface.


Work to start on 3rd unit of Karachi K3 nuclear plant in Pakistan

Construction is expected to start next month on the third unit at the K3 plant-the Karachi nuclear power plant using a reactor developed by China National Nuclear Corporation.


Chinese carmakers sticks to new-energy drive

Despite the challenges posed by the limits of current battery technology, Chinese carmakers remain persistent in exploring ways to expand their businesses into the fast-growing new-energy vehicle market.


Major tech companies to 'stay based in Shenzhen', mayor says

Shenzhen's top government official has challenged claims that a number of top technology firms were ready to move their headquarters out of the booming southern metropolis.

Hot Topics
Most Viewed in 24 Hours