Deutsche Bank Chief Financial Officer Stefan Krause said he saw no signs that large Chinese banks are on the prowl to buy European lenders. Asked at a business conference whether Chinese banks were knocking on the door
A villager in northern China attempting to resist a forced government relocation by remaining on his land was brutally crushed to death by a road flattening truck on the orders of a Chinese government official.
Japan and China’s historic dispute regarding ownership of a chain of islands in the East China Sea has recently resurfaced. The islands, referred to as Diaoyu in China and Senkaku in Japan, began to be a source of tension in the 1970's when oil re
General Motors is becoming China Motors. Forget the spin. The evidence is clear and convincing. Did U.S. taxpayers save GM for China? Listen to the candid comments of GM's CEO.
About 2,000 Chinese employees of an iPhone assembly company fought a pitched battle into the early hours of Monday, forcing the huge electronics plant where they work to be shut down.
Early Monday morning, Chinese police shut down one of Foxconn’s largest plants after a brawl involving over 2,000 workers broke out.
A fight at a northern Chinese factory campus owned by major Apple Inc. supplier Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. escalated into larger-scale unrest early Monday, according to the company and local police.
This a short clip from a four part series on China hosted by Ted Koppel.
Four Chinese ships briefly entered what Japan considers its territorial waters near disputed islands in the East China Sea on Monday, prompting an official protest from Tokyo and renewed diplomatic efforts to cool tensions between the rivals.
Wang Lijun, a police chief who helped derail the career of one of China’s most prominent Communist Party figures, was sentenced to 15 years in prison on charges including covering up a murder and then attempting to defect to the United States.
Google’s mobile operating system is particularly dominant in China’s rapidly growing smartphone market.
The uninhabited islets in the East China Sea at the center of a bitter dispute between China and Japan are "clearly" covered by a 1960 security treaty obliging the US to come to Japan's aid if attacked, a top U.S. diplomat said
The Divergence Between US And Chinese Stocks Is Unbelievable
Earlier, we reported on how gold-plated tungsten bars found their way to New York City's Diamond District.
Chinese banks and companies looking to seize steel pledged as collateral by firms that have defaulted on loans are making an uncomfortable discovery: the metal was never in the warehouses in the first place.
Aggressive new policy from the European Central Bank has so far failed to boost ailing euro zone business, according to surveys that showed a widening chasm between sickly France and a more resilient Germany.
Alaska’s fleet of F-22 fighter jets and their elite pilots have been deployed to an airbase in the Pacific U.S. territory of Guam, according to officials at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage.
Fishing boat armada? Check; Threat to dump JGBs? Check; One thing was missing, and that was cyberwarfare, aka #OccupyJapaneseServers.
As reported by by the Telegraph and (strangely) Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei, there was a relatively small protest outside of the US embassy in Beijing yesterday.
A senior advisor to the Chinese government has called for an attack on the Japanese bond market to precipitate a funding crisis and bring the country to its knees, unless Tokyo reverses its decision to nationalise the disputed Senkaku/Diaoyu islands
How China's Rehypothecated "Ghost" Steel Just Vaporized, And What This Means For The World Economy
Ai Weiwei, the famous (and, within China, controversial) Chinese contemporary artist has tweeted a series of photos that show a small protest outside the US Embassy in Beijing today.
The Chinese leadership transition expected to take place mid-October is fast approaching.
More evidence that the Japanese-Chinese tension isn't easing soon.
For the past two years, as regular readers know, I have been bearish on hard commodities. Prices may have dropped substantially from their peaks during this time, but I don’t think the bear market is over. I think we still have a very long way to go.
When you have central planners printing inverse-wealth (because money printing dilution by definition means less wealth for everyone), who needs that cornerstone of old school economics: trade. Certainly not Japan...
In an increasingly fierce dispute over control of tiny islands and the sea around them, six Chinese maritime patrol ships entered Japanese waters Friday. Japan’s coast guard asked the ships to leave; China said they had every right to be there.
China and Russia have agreed to start trading oil in yuans instead of dollars. What does this spell for the petrodollar? D-E-M-I-S-E.
won’t be rushing back either. I have fallen out of love, woken from my China Dream. “But China is an economic miracle: record number of people lifted out of poverty in record time… year on year ten per cent growth… exports… imports… infrastructure…
For decades, experts have been predicting a crash in China.