Investment from the European Union into China was up 15% in the first half of 2022 compared with a year ago, data has shown.
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Since the end of 2020, when China’s Communist Party began vowing to rein in the "disorderly expansion of capital,” a regulatory onslaught has swept through the economy and stock market.
The municipal government of Hefei has pioneered a shift in Chinese capitalism over recent years in which local governments are increasingly taking minority stakes in private companies.
President Xi Jinping seems willing to accept the lowest growth in three decades in order to reduce the country's dependence on its property sector.
Several companies have already experienced downtime at their Chinese facilities to comply with local restrictions.
The tutoring sector crackdown has triggered a growing realization that the old rules of Chinese business no longer apply.
China’s enhanced role in a post-pandemic world increases the urgency of debate among the rest of the world about how to engage with Beijing.
People’s Bank of China Gov. Yi Gang has vowed to normalize policy, widening a divergence with other large economies in ways that will shape global capital and trade flows.