China effectively bars 2 Hong Kong lawmakers from taking office

BEIJING—China’s top legislature effectively barred two democratically elected separatist lawmakers from taking office in Hong Kong with a ruling Monday on the city’s constitution, an intervention into a local political dispute that’s likely to ... ( read original story ...)

China Mobile starts index to show LTE quality

Network experience can go down as well as up. China Mobile borrows from stock markets to set up network experience index China Mobile is borrowing from indexes that follow the performance of company shares in stock markets to create a unified system to ... ( read original story ...)

China adopts cybersecurity law in face of overseas opposition

Overseas critics of the law argue it threatens to shut foreign technology companies out of various sectors deemed "critical", and includes contentious requirements for security reviews and for data to be stored on servers located in China. Rights advocates ... ( read original story ...)

China replaces finance minister amid debt, stimulus efforts

BEIJING -- China's government replaced its finance minister Monday with a veteran of its tax bureau, prompting expectations communist leaders plan changes in the tax system. A government announcement that Lou Jiwei, one of China's most prominent figures in ... ( read original story ...)

China Unicom to build big data center in Qingdao

China Unicom and the Qingdao government signed a wide-ranging strategic cooperation agreement on Nov 2, as the two sides look to transform Qingdao into a smart city. China Unicom and the Qingdao government sign a strategic cooperation agreement on Nov 2 to ... ( read original story ...)

China just got rid of its finance minister

China just removed a top official who's played an important role in trying to reform the country's debt-laden economy for the past three years. In a one-line statement, the government said Finance Minister Lou Jiwei will be replaced by Xiao Jie, a former ... ( read original story ...)

China’s AgBank Fined $215 Million for Hiding Transactions

China’s third-largest lender tried to obscure the trail of dollar transactions by Russian, Chinese and Middle Eastern clients and attempted to silence a compliance officer who raised alarms about it, according to New York’s banking regulator. ( read original story ...)