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Foreign Banks Impeded in Shanghai
Foreign banks have been welcomed into Shanghai's Free Trade Zone, but not given the means for doing business ...
July 15, 2014
Rich Chinese Anxious to Leave China
China is experiencing a drain of wealth as entrepreneurs and their money are leaving for safer shores. Uncertainty ...
March 15, 2014
China’s Bigwigs Investigated in US, Fake Currency Deals Questioned
It is no secret at all that China's state wealth and national resources are controlled by a few ...
January 4, 2014
Banks Slow Mortgage Lending in 17 Chinese Cities
Mortgages are harder to come by in China, a sign, experts say, that bankers are recognizing the risk ...
December 2, 2013
Bleak Future for China’s Manufacturing Sector
With China's September PMI ending lower than expected, China's manufacturing industry is headed for a cold winter, analysts ...
October 23, 2013
Overzealous Real Estate Developer Saddled With Debt
A major Chinese real estate developer of low-income apartment complexes is scrambling to get rid of a financial ...
October 14, 2013
China Economy Slows, Leading Companies to Cut Staff
Many foreign and domestic firms in China are laying off their employees in an effort to cut costs ...
July 13, 2013
China’s $10 Billion Coal Trusts at Risk
After a golden decade, China’s coal industry is now in a deep slump with mining trust products at ...
June 25, 2013
China’s Restaurant Industry Faces Lean Times
Until recently, restaurants in China lived off the fat of the land. Lately, they have been put on ...
June 7, 2013
People and Funds Surge Out of China
The number of Chinese purchasing property in Western countries and transferring their money out of China, both legally ...
May 22, 2013
Chinese Consumers Squeezed by Inflation
Rising prices for food, energy and housing squeeze Chinese consumers
May 11, 2013
Chinese Export Data Appears to Have Been Pumped Up
Foreign analysts are questioning China’s latest trade figures, with some saying the new Communist Party leadership could be ...
April 15, 2013
Suicide in China Foiled by Fake Pesticide
China has unfortunately become notorious for the fake and tainted products its economy produces. One of those fake ...
April 12, 2013
China’s Banking Practices Threaten Economy, Harm Customers, Experts Say
China’s state owned banks’ risky credit practices endanger economic health, while their unprincipled business practices bring big profits, ...
April 5, 2013
Wronged Chinese Policemen Join Petitioners in Beijing
Former policemen who say they were persecuted by the communist regime gathered in Beijing with other petitioners to ...
April 3, 2013
Petitioners Unite Against Illegal Detention Centers
Communist officials in Wuxi City have established a large number of illegal "black jails" to prevent petitioners from ...
March 26, 2013
Judge Rules Against Scrapping Epstein’s Plea Deal That Protected Alleged Accomplices
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Flap Over Proposed Preservation Grant for Old Massachusetts Church May Go to Supreme Court
Hong Kong Leader Carrie Lam Defends Police, Says Planned Open Dialogue Not a ‘Gimmick’
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Moody’s Downgrades Hong Kong Outlook to ‘Negative’ as Protests Continue
A Bipartisan House Group Rallies With Farmers for USMCA
OxyContin Maker Files for Bankruptcy, Faces Thousands of Lawsuits
Trump Questions Iran’s Denial of Saudi Oil Attack Involvement
Progressive Working Families Party Endorses Elizabeth Warren for 2020
Trump Responds to NY Times Correction: ‘The One Who Is Actually Being Assaulted Is Justice Kavanaugh’
Trump Administration to Look at Immigrants’ Social Media Accounts