Analysts blamed Covid curbs for the latest data for November, saying Covid restrictions have been imposed in areas responsible for 25% of GDP, and with rising cases the economy may struggle until well into 2023
Production shortfalls and labour unrest at the giant iPhone factory, run by Foxconn in Zhengzhou, are increasing risks and likely to intensify Apple's retreat from China, analysts say
The exchange, which is backed by Japanese social media firm Line Corp, said it has suspended new sign-ups and credit card payments and will cease operations in a few months.
Moscow has sent India a list of more than 500 products it needs to keep key industries running, but while Delhi wants to cut its huge trade deficit, some companies fear being hit with sanctions.
President held a video call with Tesla chief Elon Musk last week and his office cited Musk as saying South Korea is among the top candidate locations for a new Tesla factory
Banks in Singapore are required to have the maximum coverage possible for exposure to crypto, a senior minister has revealed.
Yuan-rouble trading totalled 185 billion yuan in October, more than 80 times the level seen in February before Moscow invaded Ukraine
Health officials were due to hold a news conference on Tuesday to discuss Covid curbs, spurring hope that restrictions may be eased
Production at two VW car plants in China has been impacted by the latest Covid wave sweeping the country, a VW spokesperson said on Monday
Local villagers say the port is destroying the coastline and their way of life. Hundreds of protesters, led by Catholic priests, marched on a police station, where a dramatic confrontation occurred
Beijing has agreed to restructure billions in debt owed by Cuba, and has donated aid to help the communist nation cope with problems from a hurricane that hit the island two months ago
Evergrande expects to firm up debt restructuring proposals by end-February or early-March, lawyers for the developer told a Hong Kong court on Monday