Correction: Trump-China story

BEIJING, China - In a story Jan. 21 about reactions to Donald ... "It's really uncertain whether he can properly run the U.S.," Wei said. "A business person can run a country very well, but he can also do a very bad job." On a visit to Beijing, Dunkin ... ( read original story ...)

China service trade deficit rises in December

BEIJING - China's foreign service trade deficit continued to grow last month, the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) said Thursday. The deficit stood at $26.1 billion in December, up from $25.4 billion in November and $20.9 billion in October ... ( read original story ...)

China tourism revenue surges in week-long holiday

BEIJING - China's tourism industry raked in 423.3 billion yuan ($61.7 billion) in revenue during the Lunar New Year holiday, as more affluent people become increasingly keen to travel. The volume marked a year-on-year increase of 15.9 percent, according to ... ( read original story ...)

The stocks linked to China’s missing tycoon Xiao Jianhua

Xiao Jianhua (肖建華), ranked 32nd with his wife on Hurun’s China Rich List 2016, is estimated to be worth US$5.97 billion. A Peking University graduate, he founded his business in 1993 through three closely held units Baotou Beida Tomorrow Resource ... ( read original story ...)

China Stocks Fall as Central Bank Tightens Policy

China stocks snapped a five-day winning streak on Friday after Beijing unexpectedly raised short-term interest rates on the first trading day after the Lunar New Year holiday, in a further sign it has moved to a tightening policy bias. Continue Reading ... ( read original story ...)

As Trump sows tensions with Mexico, Beijing may reap rewards

The world's number-two economy is closely watching as Trump threatens to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement and presses Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto to finance construction ... trading partner, and Beijing is likely to emerge ... ( read original story ...)

China net 2016 outflows at record $725 billion: IIF

LONDON Capital outflows from China surged last year to a record $725 billion and could pick up further if U.S. firms face political pressure to repatriate profits, the Institute of International Finance said on Thursday. The Washington DC-based group ... ( read original story ...)