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As the world’s two largest economies battle it out over trade, there are signs that acrimony could become the new normal. For China, the question could be how to chart the future path of its reform and opening-up

Bitcoin’s potential bubbles have provoked Chinese concerns and a crackdown, but its underlying technology is considered by some to be the future of wealth and the key to national competitiveness

China’s PPP surge is expected to slow, though become more stable as crackdowns on creative accounting continue. But can the country’s infrastructure giants take the lessons they learned in the domestic market overseas in their bid to expand?

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China’s winter sports scene is getting a big boost thanks to the successful 2022 Winter Olympics bid, but it is starting from nothing

Shanghai is expected to lead a ‘stress test’ for China’s further opening-up, and of the country’s capacity to take the helm of globalization

The latest data from the People’s Bank of China showed that China’s foreign exchange reserves rose to over US$3.1 trillion in November, 2017, 0.3 percent higher than in October. By the end of November, China’s foreign exchange reserves had risen for 10 consecutive months since January, 2017.