SHENZHEN -- The 19th China (Shenzhen) International Cultural Industries Fair kicked off in Shenzhen in South China's Guangdong rovince on Wednesday, which is expected to inject new impetus into the ...
Citigroup CEO pledges to Beijing to continue China expansion
Citigroup's CEO Jane Fraser said the bank will continue to expand its business in China during her first visit to the country this week as the U.S. firm's chief, amid Beijing's push to attract more ...
Taiwan Presidential Contender Says He Wouldn’t Meet China’s Xi Without an Agenda
TOKYO (Reuters) - The head of a small Taiwanese political party who is rising in the polls in his bid for the presidency said on Wednesday that he would not meet Chinese President Xi Jinping just for the sake of it and that there must be a clear aim for such talks.
China property liquidation risk heightened by delisting threat, says S&P
Some of China's distressed property developers face the risk of being delisted, which would reduce their options for restructuring and make them more vulnerable to liquidation, S&P Global Ratings said on Wednesday.
Beijing Reports Two Monkeypox Cases
One is an imported case from overseas, while the other is a related case, according to a statement published Tuesday by the Beijing Center for Disease Prevention and Control. Both cases were a result of “intimate contact,
China’s rolling COVID waves could hit every six months — infecting millions
The latest surge is unlikely to crash the country’s health-care system, but scientists fear hundreds of millions of infections.
US, China competition for artificial intelligence dominance will ‘dictate the future of humanity’ warn experts
Experts weighed American and Chinese military and civil investments in AI and while some believe the U.S. has a slight advantage in developing the technology, others worry China has already surpassed U.
China’s exports fall 7.5% in May, adding to stimulus talk
China's exports fell in May for the first time since February, data showed Wednesday, breaking a two-month growth streak as a post-Covid rebound faded and adding to speculation that officials will ...
Beijing, Shenzhen, Shanghai Release Policies to Support AI Industry
With the rapid development of artificial general intelligence, Chinese cities Beijing, Shanghai, and Shenzhen have released policies to support the artificial intelligence industry. Beijing issued two ...
Two cases of monkeypox isolated in Beijing
Beijing reported two cases of the monkeypox virus infection on Tuesday. According to the official website of the Beijing Center for Disease Prevention and Control, one of them is an imported case and another is its related case.
Fiji reconsiders security ties with China amid Pacific tensions
Fiji’s leader indicated his nation is reconsidering its security ties with China at a time that geopolitical tensions in the Pacific are rising
Analysis: For Musk and other foreign CEOs visiting China, silence is golden
A veritable parade of overseas CEOs including Tesla's Elon Musk and Goldman Sachs' David Solomon have made their way to a reopened China in the last few months.
China’s stimulus could focus on its ‘dire’ property sector. Here’s what economists expect
Nomura's Chief China economist Ting Lu said "the situation of China's property sector appears dire" but the bank isn't expecting a "bazooka" stimulus package. Weak economic data out of China despite ...