China’s Financial News published an article on May 22 titled, “‘Breach of Contract’ Force Reshaping of Bond Market Rules,” that commented on the recent cover-up
On May 16, China’s National Bureau of Statistics released data on the changes in the sales price of commercial housing in 70 large and medium-sized
With many Chinese bonds reaching maturity date this year and Sino-U.S. trade tensions persisting, a corporate debt crisis could be on the horizon in China.
Mainland Chinese media reported that real estate speculators had been recently driving up property prices in China’s third-tier cities by two or three times. These
Most observers believe that that the Sino-U.S. trade discussions in Beijing from May 3 to May 4 did not pan out well for both sides
Sino-U.S. trade tensions have been a concern in recent weeks. Publicly, neither the United States nor China appears to be willing to give up ground.
Two days of high-level Sino-U.S. trade talks in Beijing concluded on May 4. Neither side provided specifics on the outcome of the discussions. Chinese state
Risk Watch: Property Prices Skyrocket in Chinese Border Town in Anticipation of North Korean Liberalization
Since April 21, property prices in China’s Dandong City have kept rising. Dandong faces North Korea’s Sinuiju City across the Yalu River. After the April
Fan Shuangwen, the deputy head of the Department of Payment and Settlement at the People’s Bank of China (PBoC), issued a warning to large payment
On April 16, the United States Department of Commerce banned American companies from selling services, software, or components to ZTE Corp, a state-supported Chinese telecommunications
Based on data released by China’s National Bureau of Statistics on April 17, the country’s economy grew 6.8 percent (about 19.9 trillion yuan) in the
On April 13, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and the State Council announced that a free trade zone would be build in Hainan by 2020,
As the United States and China engage in tit-for-tat tariffs in the first week of April, some international media outlets suggested that rare earth metals