In July the Chinese stock market suffered its worst-performing month in nearly six years, as Beijing’s heavy-handed intervention to stem market losses raised more questions...
China Shares Suffer Sharpest One-Day Fall in 8 Years
SEOUL, South Korea—The Shanghai share index fell the most since early 2007 on Monday as Chinese stocks suffered a renewed sell-off despite government efforts to... Read more
How China’s Stock Market Crash Wiped Out the Wealth of Half a Million
Editors note: Investors across China put their money into the Chinese stock market last year and this year largely because of promises by official media... Read more
Can China’s ‘Homegrown Apple,’ Xiaomi, Succeed Abroad?
China’s No. 1 smartphone maker has been in existence for only five years, holds a $45 billion valuation, and was named after a type of... Read more
Was Politics Behind the Resignation of Top Chinese Official’s Son?
On July 20 it was reported that Liu Lefei, the son of one of the most powerful communist officials in China, had quietly resigned from... Read more
Was the China Stock Market Crash Engineered?
On July 1, when over 200 million shares of Sinopec Oilfield Service Corp. were dumped on the market and caused the share price to plummet... Read more
China’s Biggest Offshore Commercial Real Estate Investment Is in Limbo
The Baha Mar Resort and Casino was supposed to become one of the most glamorous vacation resorts in the Bahamas. Today, more than four years... Read more
How China’s Discriminatory Income Tax Law Targets the Poor
For decades China’s lawmakers have been dragging their feet on reforming income tax laws, which have all along discriminated against low-income groups, particularly those with... Read more
History of Pre-Infected Electronics Will Block China’s Bid to Purchase Micron Technology
China’s largest chip manufacturer allegedly wants to buy a key U.S. chip manufacturer, Micron Technology, in what would be the largest Chinese takeover of a... Read more
Power Struggle Involved in Chinese Stock Market Turmoil
News Analysis HONG KONG—The current stock market turmoil in China could be the result of a power struggle, some analysts believe. While Chinese Communist Party... Read more
China’s Sloppy Battery Industry Threatens Global Gadget Supply Chain
The global supply chain for virtually all battery-powered products is grappling with a difficult problem: Lithium ion batteries, the kind found in just about every... Read more
Chinese Stock Market Set up as Communist Regime’s Cash Cow
In recent months, having been encouraged by the state, millions of ordinary Chinese have put themselves at risk of losing everything by gambling in the... Read more
Why China’s New Cybersecurity Law Will Hurt the Tech Sector, and China Itself
China ratified a new cybersecurity law July 8 granting the communist regime an even tighter grip on the Internet and technology industries. The law, which... Read more
Counterfeiters From China Live Large in California
SHANGHAI—The Chinese woman has a history of selling counterfeit luxury goods. She has been sued in the U.S. by eight luxury brands. She owes Chanel... Read more
Encouraged by the State, Chinese Put Everything at Risk With Margin Trading
China’s stock bubble is bursting, and millions of ordinary Chinese are about to lose their shirts. Aside from the obvious pain that losing one’s life savings... Read more
Stock Market Plunge in China Becomes Litmus Test of Political Loyalty
After soaring to seven-year highs in June, China’s stock markets have plummeted badly—the Shanghai Composite, the main index, losing an astounding 29 percent in just... Read more
Chinese House-Buying Binge in Canada Fuels Real Estate Bubble
Editor’s note: China’s newly rich, and even its middle class, have been seeking safe places to invest their money. In the current environment of economic... Read more