Analysts say Beijing could ease its clampdown to deleverage the property sector or ease up on some of its moves if it begins to seriously undermine the country's economic well-being.
New factory likely to use older chipmaking equipment to hasten opening and begin easing global semiconductor shortage
City state’s gas terminal operator takes surprise step as global shortages put energy supplies at risk.
Latest increase follows government U-turn introduced to boost power generation; floods in mining regions deepen difficulties in extracting coal.
Former US Air Force scientist tells Financial Times he is angry at wasted opportunities
After prime minister denounces online forums as a ‘coward’s palace’, government seeks to tighten grip on likes of Facebook and Instagram
Governor Yi Gang says nation won’t relent in crackdown that’s already snared Alibaba unit Ant Financial
Beijing to enshrine in law a ban that’s forced miners from the country. Proposed list of prohibited industries is shortened, however
Companies reportedly looking at plans for project to be part-funded by the Japanese government
Investors hire lawyers in anticipation of announcement that troubled property developer will declare itself unable to meet obligations