Three Golden Rules of Brand-Building in China

Two conflicting factors motivate Chinese consumers: They want to project their status, but they also want to protect their economic and social interests. This conflict is clear in the rhythms of daily life in China. Passion for luxury brands, over-the-top ... ( read original story ...)

China business confidence index rises in Q2 – c.bank survey

BEIJING, June 20 (Reuters) - Business confidence among entrepreneurs in China improved in the second quarter of 2017 from the first quarter, according to a survey by the People's Bank of China published on Tuesday. Another central bank survey showed ... ( read original story ...)

China hopes fourth time is the charm for MSCI inclusion

China’s benchmark Shanghai Composite Index has struggled this year amid a government campaign to cut risk in the financial sector and waning interest by the nation’s army of individual investors. The gauge has fallen more than 4 per cent since its mid ... ( read original story ...)

China propels rise of electric ultra-high-performance cars

The ventures mix U.S. and European technology with Chinese money and manufacturing, reflecting this country's rise as a market and investor for an industry where Beijing wants a leading role. Communist leaders see electric vehicles as a way to clear China ... ( read original story ...)

S. Korea Finance Chief Hopeful of Easing Tensions With China

South Korea’s new finance chief said he hopes China and his country can put aside their political rift to forge closer economic ties, and bring about an early end to China’s action against Korean companies as part of retaliation for Seoul’s ... ( read original story ...)

China pushing rise of electric ultra-high-performance cars

Communist leaders see electric vehicles as a way to clear China's smog-choked cities and as an engine for economic development. "We really haven't seen non-Chinese companies get into this super-technology market," said Chris Robinson, who follows the ... ( read original story ...)

China cracks down on moneylenders targeting students

China is cracking down on online moneylenders who target university students, following concerns about the largely unregulated industry. A recent government directive has ordered such lenders to suspend all activities wooing student borrowers. The move ... ( read original story ...)