The mainstream media in the United States is almost totally ignoring one of the most important trends in global economics. This trend is going to cause the value of the U.S. dollar to fall dramatically and it is going to cause the cost of living in
US reveals ASEAN as neo-imperial consolidation as Clinton calls on bloc to present a “united front” against China.
Last month, Mark Kitto, a British businessman who built (and subsequently lost) an empire of English-language magazines in China, wrote a 4,000 word article for the UK's Prospect magazine explaining why, after 26 years, he was finally leaving China.
There was another chapter in the China Kleotocracy story the past week. Western press reported on a fellow by the name of Wang Guoqiang. Wang fled China with $30Mn in his pocket back in April. The problem is that the loot was stolen from the treasur
As Chinese iron ore inventory builds up, much attention has been devoted to the slowdown in the domestic economy.
Chinese luxury consumers have faced rising prices once again this year, especially in the areas of travel, liquor, and education, according to the latest Luxury Consumer Price Index from the HuRun report.
Growth in Chongqing, the huge metropolis in the west of China, was 16.4 percent, Sichuan 15 percent, Yunnan province in Southwest China 13.7 percent and Changsha, the capital of the central province of Hunan, 14.5 percent.
Chinese Foreign Ministry officials have warned the US to stay out of the ongoing territorial disputes within the South China Sea, saying that they are “not helpful” and accusing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton of taking sides in recent comments.
Chinese researchers have unveiled a system that allows users to control drones with their thoughts.
China's sexual revolution is underway, but it's a complicated, and sometimes contradictory affair.
The official reading of manufacturing output in China unexpectedly contracted for the first time in nine months, new data from the National Bureau of Statistics and China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing shows.
The media freaked out about China’s crappy aircraft carrier and hyperventilated over the J-20 stealth fighter. But China’s newest addition to its military is more subtle, and stylish.
The media freaked out about China’s crappy aircraft carrier and hyperventilated over the J-20 stealth fighter.
China’s top banks are stepping up their lending activities in the US as large US companies diversify their funding sources and seek to penetrate more deeply into the world’s second-largest economy.
Two Tibetan teenagers have died after setting themselves on fire in Sichuan province, activists and US media said.
Ordos city of Inner Mongolia has been the most famous ghost city of China
Chinese non-performing loans (NPL) reached 456.4 billion yuan at the end of the second quarter, but the non-performing loan ratio held steady at 0.9 percent.
The Japanese government has made a bid of ¥2 billion ($25 million) for the purchase of a number of islands at the center of a bitter territorial feud with China
The on-going non-stop weakness in Chinese equities have been a recurring theme here.
Top UK traders and dealmakers bruised by intense banker bashing believe an Asian city will take over as the world's dominant financial centre within 10 years, according to a survey. They also relegated London to third place from second
The Chinese solar giant is in deep trouble, but even its collapse wouldn't be enough to stabilize a massively oversupplied market.
The biggest geostrategic change of the past decade overlooked by Washington policy wonks in their fixation on their self-proclaimed “war on terror” is that Latin America has been throwing off the shackles of the Monroe Doctrine.
Even in 2007, China had more than 60 cities with populations greater than one million people. This infographic by Chinfographics shows each city and comparisons to other big urban centers like New York and Paris.
It didn’t surprise me today to read that China was irked by Clinton’s recent comments that African nations should be wary of China, as their relationships were based on a need for natural resources bountiful in numerous countries:
China sentenced the wife of fallen Politburo member Bo Xilai to death on Monday but suspended her execution, setting the stage for a possible final purge of Bo himself in a scandal that has shaken Beijing ahead of a leadership transition.
The wife of a disgraced Chinese politician was given a suspended death sentence after confessing to killing a British businessman by poisoning him with cyanide in a case that rocked the country’s top political leadership.
While the Achilles heel to the endless "economic data" BS coming out of China may be its electric production and demand
The Aviationist, citing a Chinese defense forum, reports that a group of Chinese experts may have arrived in Iran to inspect and collect parts of the the RQ-170 Sentinel drone that was commandeered by Iran in December.
The trial of ousted Chinese leader Bo Xilai's wife for the murder of British man Neil Heywood may have only lasted 7 hours, but its still throwing up twists.
Credit Suisse is out with a massive report on the growth of industrial automation. Yesterday we highlighted their favorite seven stocks in the sector.