Investors hope premier Li Qiang's close ties with president Xi Jinping will enable him to push for more business-friendly policies
An increasing number of China’s wealthy have set their sights on Singapore in an attempt to protect their riches from Beijing’s regulatory crackdowns
The policy, driven from the top by Chinese leader Xi Jinping, has resulted in pay cuts and delayed bonuses for staff of state-owned lenders such as CICC and Citic Securities
The philosophy is aimed at "centralising and strengthening the party’s economic control," Chinese academic Xin Sun argues in a London School of Economics paper
The flagship policy that included a crackdown on tech firms had put businesses on the edge
The wealth management market could hit 214 trillion yuan ($34 trillion) in investable assets by high net worth individuals in 2030, a UBS report said
China's 2021 fiscal revenues rose 10.7% to 20.25 trillion yuan ($3.2tn). Vice Finance Minister Xu Hongcai said greater tax and fee cuts would be unveiled in 2022 to relieve pressure on economy
Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan are among investment banks that are becoming more optimistic about the outlook for China stocks this year
Chinese President Xi Jinping’s drive for “common prosperity” is set to have a defining impact on life in the world’s...
China's drive for “common prosperity" is called a ''profound revolution'' by state media. It has unnerved investors, who are growing increasingly concerned about the country's spiralling economic problems.
Portfolios are being reshaped with equities in the country’s online giants sidestepped, while shares in solar energy firms and chipmakers are preferred
Shares of the office developer saw their biggest daily fall since 2007 with speculation rife that the US equity firm scrapped the deal over fears China’s regulator would reject the move