China Has a Productivity Opportunity: McKinsey
To prevent a hard landing, China needs to avoid overbuilt industries and direct investment to sectors that have the ability to raise productivity.
China’s Consumption to Hit $6.4T in 2025
As growth slows, new opportunities are emerging for multinational companies operating in China — if they know where to look, says The Demand Institute.
China Moves to Stop Stock Markets’ Nosedive
Trading suspensions and share purchasing by brokerage firms "reek of panic," says one analyst.
Cheating Incident Jolts Faith in Chinese Cyber Security Firm
China's largest cyber security firm cheated on antivirus evaluation tests, say three testing labs that certified the company's products.
State-Owned Chinese Company Defaults
Baoding Tianwei misses a deadline to pay roughly $14 million in interest due on $242 million of bonds.
OECD Urges China to ‘Adjust Economic Model’
The risks for China are "mostly [to] the downside" and state-owned enterprises are “creating barriers to the expansion of private firms,” says the OECD.
China’s Economic Slowdown Continues
Industrial production, retail sales, and fixed-asset investment all grew more slowly in the first two months of 2015.