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China Dumped US Treasury Bonds in June But Remained Largest Creditor

China Dumped US Treasury Bonds in June But Remained Largest Creditor

China shed USD4.4 billion worth of United States Treasury Bonds in June, but remained the biggest creditor to the world’s largest economy.

Aug 16, 2018
Xu Wei
US Tariff Toll on Chinese Robotics Is 'Too Early to Tell,' NDRC Says

US Tariff Toll on Chinese Robotics Is 'Too Early to Tell,' NDRC Says

The link between the recent decline in the growth of China’s robot production and the US imposition of tariffs…

Aug 16, 2018
Liao Shumin
Chinese Tech Innovation, Business Culture Captures Silicon Valley's Attention

Chinese Tech Innovation, Business Culture Captures Silicon Valley's Attention

Chinese Tech Innovation, Business Culture Captures Silicon Valley's Attention. Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and financiers are increasingly interested to learn from…

Aug 15, 2018
Li Ronghui
Chinese Electric Carmaker Nio Files for USD1.8 Billion New York IPO

Chinese Electric Carmaker Nio Files for USD1.8 Billion New York IPO

Chinese electric vehicle startup Nio has filed to go public on the New York Stock Exchange with plans to raise around USD1.8 billion.

Aug 14, 2018
Xu Wei
Faraday Future Rival Has No Grounds for Lawsuit, Carmaker Says

Faraday Future Rival Has No Grounds for Lawsuit, Carmaker Says

Issues at Faraday Future exposed by its new competitor Evelozcity do not amount to cause of action for a lawsuit…

Aug 13, 2018
Qian Tongxin
Shangying Global Shares Stop Trading as It Bails From Buyout of Vince Camuto

Shangying Global Shares Stop Trading as It Bails From Buyout of Vince Camuto

Shangying Global’s plan to buy US fashion house Vince Camuto has unraveled as the parties failed to agree on price, payment means and other key matters, the Chinese firm announced Aug.…

Aug 13, 2018
Tang Shihua
China’s Foreign Trade Grew in July Despite Escalating US Trade Spat

China’s Foreign Trade Grew in July Despite Escalating US Trade Spat

China delivered strong foreign trade results last month despite the escalating trade spat between the world’s two largest economies.

Aug 9, 2018
Feng Difan & Guo Liqin
China’s Grain Importers Turn to South America as US Trade Tensions Continue to Flare

China’s Grain Importers Turn to South America as US Trade Tensions Continue to Flare

(Yicai Global) Aug. 9 -- Many Chinese grain companies are turning their backs on the United States as they look…

Aug 9, 2018
Xu Wei
Miteno Communication's Overseas Unit Will Keep Posting Yahoo’s Ads

Miteno Communication's Overseas Unit Will Keep Posting Yahoo’s Ads

Miteno Communication's Overseas Unit Will Keep Posting Yahoo’s Ads

Aug 7, 2018
Tang Shihua
Pfizer Gets Green Light to Sell Advanced Breast Cancer Drug in China

Pfizer Gets Green Light to Sell Advanced Breast Cancer Drug in China

Pfizer has got the nod to sell palbociclib in China, making it the first treatment for advanced breast cancer to enter the market in over a decade.

Aug 7, 2018
Xu Wei
Analysts Cast Doubts on Google’s China Return

Analysts Cast Doubts on Google’s China Return

Analysts in China have raised doubts regarding Google’s possible return to the country through the use of a censored search engine.

Aug 2, 2018
Xu Wei
Starbucks Logs First China Profit Drop in Nine Years, Is Said to Strike Alibaba Deal

Starbucks Logs First China Profit Drop in Nine Years, Is Said to Strike Alibaba Deal

Starbucks has just posted its first profit margin decline in China in nine years despite steady and substantial revenue…

Aug 1, 2018
Xu Wei