In response to United States planned tariffs, China announced its own set of tariffs on April 4. China will levy additional tariffs of 25 percent
The new Central Financial and Economic Affairs Commission held its first meeting on April 2. Xi Jinping, Li Keqiang, and new Politburo Standing Committee members
The Trump administration is planning to impose 25 percent tariffs on selected Chinese imports. In response, China’s Ministry of Commerce says that it will retaliate
On March 30, China’s State Council approved guidelines to allow private tech companies to list on the domestic market. Through the Chinese Depositary Receipts (CDR)
Following an internal meeting on March 26, the People’s Bank of China (PBoC) announced that central bank chief Yi Gang would serve as the bank’s
The Trump administration is planning to impose tariffs on $60 billion of Chinese imports following a Section 301 investigation by the United States Trade Representative
Yi Gang, the former People’s Bank of China (PBoC) vice president and director of the Central Leading Group for Financial and Economic Affairs, replaced Zhou
On March 16, the China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) issued a document soliciting views on guidelines for its governance of financial institution data. The document
According to a reorganization plan deliberated by the 13th National People’s Congress (NPC) on March 13, several State Council institutions would be dissolved or merged.
Recently, another three executives of Hengfeng Bank (Evergrowing Bank) were investigated for economic crimes. Bi Jifan, Hengfeng’s vice president, was among those who were probed.
Shang Fulin, the former China Banking Regulatory Commission director, said that more attention should be paid to local government debt, particularly the debt of administrations
On Feb. 28, the China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) issued a notice that reduces the rules governing how much banks must set aside to cover
According to a March 1 report on Caixin’s website, CEFC China Energy chairman Ye Jianming was investigated on suspicion of economic crimes. Caixin editor-in-chief Hu
According to recent news reports, HNA Group has an estimated 3 billion yuan ($476 million) bill with state-run fuel company China National Aviation Fuel Group