China’s Energy Crisis Highlights Weaknesses in Xi’s Power Plans

China’s Energy Crisis Highlights Weaknesses in Xi’s Power Plans

Bloomberg) — China’s energy crisis has highlighted weaknesses in one of President Xi Jinping’s top priorities — energy security — that could have ramifications for the power system for years to come.  To avoid repeats of the chaos ravaging the world’s second biggest economy, the country will probably have to take major steps toward reshaping…

China’s Liu He says support for private business has not changed

China’s Liu He says support for private business has not changed

China’s Liu He says support for private business has not changed

China’s factory output, retail sales slow, miss expectations

China’s factory output, retail sales slow, miss expectations

BEIJING — China’s factory output and retail sales both rose more slowly than expected in July from a year ago, data showed on Monday, amid signs of increasing pressure on China’s economy as export growth cooled and new COVID-19 outbreaks disrupted business. Industrial production in the world’s second largest economy increased 6.4% year-on-year in July,…

China’s Central Bank Outlook Fuels Calls for Policy Easing

China’s Central Bank Outlook Fuels Calls for Policy Easing

China’s Central Bank Outlook Fuels Calls for Policy Easing

China’s assets remain attractive despite recent correction

China’s assets remain attractive despite recent correction

China’s assets remain attractive despite recent correction – state media

China’s private education firms brace for hit from new rules, shares tumble

China’s private education firms brace for hit from new rules, shares tumble

China’s private education firms brace for hit from new rules, shares tumble

China’s electric car capital has lessons for the rest of world

China’s electric car capital has lessons for the rest of world

Almost 30% of the cars sold in Liuzhou last year were electric, more than five times China’s average

China’s latest swipe at iron ore may be deja vu all over again: Russell

China’s latest swipe at iron ore may be deja vu all over again: Russell

LAUNCESTON — The slump in iron ore’s price on Monday would have had a familiar ring to market participants, coming in the wake of yet another attempt by China to cool what its officials see as an overheated market. The question for the market is will Beijing’s efforts will bear fruit this time? Or is…

China’s new home prices grow slightly in May

China’s new home prices grow slightly in May

China’s new home prices grow slightly in May

Quake in China’s Yunnan province kills three, injures 28

Quake in China’s Yunnan province kills three, injures 28

A 6.4-magnitude earthquake struck Yunnan province in southwestern China late on Friday, killing three people and injured 28, the Yunnan provincial government said on Saturday. The quake hit at a depth of 8 km (5 miles) and was followed by aftershocks, according to data from China Earthquake Networks Center. CCTV quoted authorities as saying the…

China’s $87 Billion Electric-Car Giant Hasn’t Sold a Vehicle Yet

China’s $87 Billion Electric-Car Giant Hasn’t Sold a Vehicle Yet

(Bloomberg) — China Evergrande New Energy Vehicle Group Ltd.’s expansive pop-up showroom sits at the heart of Shanghai’s National Exhibition and Convention Center. With nine models on display, it’s hard to miss. The electric car upstart has one of the biggest booths at China’s 2021 Auto Show, which starts Monday, opposite storied German automaker BMW…

China’s government bonds only one to gain among biggest markets in rout

China’s government bonds only one to gain among biggest markets in rout

The two north Asian markets helped investors preserve value as signs of a burgeoning global recovery amid the rollout of vaccines pushed up debt yields around the world