Is China retaliating against Lotte missile deal?

China is a crucial market for many South Korean companies, and the food and retail giant Lotte is no exception. The fifth biggest firm in South Korea gets an estimated 30% of its sales from China, and employs about 20,000 people there. But in the past week ... ( read original story ...)

Beijing Auto's green car unit plans IPO in 2018

BEIJING The green energy car subsidiary of Chinese automaker Beijing Automotive Group [BEJINS.UL] plans an initial public offering in 2018, Chairman Xu Heyi said on Monday, adding that the unit should be profitable that year. China has aggressively ... ( read original story ...)

Beijing Auto's new energy unit plans IPO in 2018: group chairman

China has aggressively promoted battery electric and plug-in hybrid cars, including spending billions of dollars in subsidies, in an effort to cut heavy urban smog and promote technological innovation in its auto sector. Xu said battery production costs ... ( read original story ...)

New satellite images show inside China’s ghost cities

China still has a startling number of vacant real-estate developments, judging from new satellite analysis by DigitalGlobe and Business Insider. Chinese ghost cities have made headlines for nearly a decade, with huge new real-estate developments sitting ... ( read original story ...)

Senior China government adviser criticizes web censorship

BEIJING, China - A senior Chinese government adviser has warned that the country's internet censorship is hampering scientific research and economic development, in a rare public criticism of a sensitive government policy. Slow access to overseas academic ... ( read original story ...)

China's Leaders Expected To Limit Debt

China's top political body has opened its annual meeting in ... It has been another busy week for the BBC's Business News Team following developments like President Donald Trump's first address to the US Congress, the latest in the French presidential ... ( read original story ...)

Protests mount in China against South Korea's missile system

which counts China as its key business, sank more than 10 per cent, and tourism companies also fell. AP writers Youkyung Lee and Hyung-jin Kim in Seoul, and researcher Yu Bing and news assistant Liu Zheng in Beijing, contributed to this report. ( read original story ...)