China Exports Slumped 12.4% in June as Global Demand Weakened
By Zen Soo
The slump since last year is rooted in trade weakness which added to downward pressure on the world's second-largest economy.
Can China’s Economy Overtake the United States?
By Robert Farley
Chinese economic growth has been the dominant fact of 21st century international relations, and will continue to shape global politics for the rest of the century.
Amid Virus Fears, Clock Is Ticking for Companies Dependent on China Imports
By Associated Press
The 2020 coronavirus scare comes at an already difficult time for many Chinese companies.
China at 70: The Growing Pains of a Rising Power
By Xie Tao
Seventy years after the founding of the People’s Republic, significant tasks still lay ahead for China.
China’s Forced Labor Problem
By Peter Bengtsen and Peter Bengtsen
Forced labor in China receives remarkably little attention despite decades as the world’s factory floor.
Rob Blain: What Awaits the Chinese Property Industry
By Maurits Elen
How do investors react to a cooling market?
Politics to Rule Economics at China’s ‘Game Of Thrones’
By Anthony Fensom
Policy stability will be a key focus of both China’s government and central bank ahead of the 19th National Congress.
On the Chinese Campaign Trail: The Path to the 19th Party Congress
By Kerry Brown
Imagining what Xi Jinping would say if he had to campaign for re-election in a multi-party contest.
China’s Global Governance Challenge and Domestic Reforms
By Chen Zheng
Rethinking the 'Kindleberger Trap' and its implications for the rise of China.
What to Expect at China's Upcoming Fifth Plenum
By Ankit Panda
Chinese leaders prepare to gather to chart an economic path for the People's Republic through 2020.
China's Premier Defends Economic Health at Global Meeting
By Shannon Tiezzi
Li Keqiang used the Summer Davos to reassure the world that China's economy is going strong.
Cost Disease in China's Military
By Peter E. Robertson
The headline figures showing China’s growing military spending are misleading.