China's Credit Crunch
By Andrew McCormick
A crackdown on micro-lending, aimed at protecting consumers, is leaving China's lower class with little access to credit.
Why is China Building its Own Domestic Credit Ratings Architecture?
By Tristan Kenderdine
China has zero intention of opening more than it needs to.
Five Themes From China’s 2017 Economic Data So Far
By Spencer Sheehan
Data from January and February gives the earliest picture of what to expect from China's economy this year.
Chinese Economy: Back To The Future
By Anthony Fensom
In allowing rapid credit growth again, is Beijing simply postponing the inevitable?