China's tech crackdown will continue to target online companies over issues from antitrust to data privacy, say analysts.
Beijing is focused on deleveraging one of the world’s highest corporate debt-to-GDP ratios in a bid to reduce financial risks.
Total home purchases in the major cities of Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen increased by 22.4% last week
Car production and sales are expected to rebound in China over the next few months as the worst of the global chip shortage is believed to be over.
A post-pandemic export boom, coal supply shortages, government emissions targets and inefficient renewables sources were all blamed for outages that saw the lights turned out in parts of the world’s second biggest economy
China's economic slowdown will hit Brazil and Chile, plus South Africa, Ethiopia, Germany, Saudi Arabia and many countries in the Asia-Pacific, analyst says.
An Asia Financial analysis of China's property developers has identified five companies that are most at risk of default if Evergrande's plight triggers a crisis of investor confidence.
In comments posted on his WeChat account, Hu Xijin said the state will not "spare the rat to save the dishes’, or accommodate and protect an enterprise, just because its problems are serious"
A fund with an education focus holds seven renewable energy companies in its top ten positions, the China Securities Journal reported.
Sales of EVs in China surged sixfold so far this year to reach a market share of 18%, compared with just 3% in the US.
Evergrande says it has appointed two companies as joint financial advisers, in the clearest indication yet it is looking at restructuring options amid the scramble to repay its enormous debts; regulators are also said to be preparing a team to assess the group's debts
Asia will transition from lockdowns to living with the pandemic by year-end, and by the end of 2022 will be a growth outperformer, Morgan Stanley says