Tesla Reaches Deal to Build Factory in China
Tesla has been pursuing a Chinese factory for years, and the Shanghai deal started to come into focus in June. That followed the announcements that Tesla sold $1 billion worth of cars in China in 2016, and that it had accepted a large investment from ...
Tesla Plant in China May Be a First
Tesla moves closer to deal to build cars in China
Tesla has reached a deal to build a factory in China
China's red-hot property market may finally be set for sustained cooling
China's escalating property prices have long been a concern for Beijing as it balances growth targets with social stability. Now, economic signals are giving the go-ahead to authorities for sustained efforts to cool off the real estate market. On ...
China home prices rise 0.2 percent in September from August
China property prices grow at slowest pace in 17 months
The slowdown in China's housing market, in one chart
Here's why China is buying up assets in Australia
Part of what's driving that trend is Chinese investors looking to Australia as fertile ground to produce goods that they'll sell back in China. There's heavy demand from China's booming middle class for Australian-produced fruits, meats, wine, dairy ...
Mattis tries to unite fragmented Asean against China
US defence secretary Jim Mattis will try to unite Southeast Asian countries against China during a meeting of defence ministers in the Philippines on Monday, as President Donald Trump prepares to send a strong message to challenge Beijing.
New York Times
Xi Jinping Pushes China's Global Rise Despite Friction and Fear
New York Times
BEIJING — No part of the world seems too small, too near or too far for China's globe-trotting president, Xi Jinping. He has traveled to the tiny Pacific islands of Fiji, toured the neighboring nations of Central Asia and signaled his interest in ...
Charting China's 'great purge' under Xi
Commentary: Xi Jinping, China's new revolutionary hero
Hopes and fears in Hong Kong, Taiwan amid China's congress
China bank governor talks bluntly as retirement looms
When Zhou Xiaochuan last week used the phrase “Minsky moment” to warn against complacency during the current period of unexpectedly strong Chinese growth, it was not the first time the central bank chief had highlighted risks from excessive debt and ...
China says jobless rate lowest in years, but challenges persist
China's unemployment rate has hit its lowest point in multiple years at 3.95 percent by the end of September.
Aussie apples and blueberries off to China
Agricultural exporters will be chipper as the value of the huge Chinese market opens up for Australian apples and blueberries. The Australian and Chinese governments have agreed on new horticulture market priorities that improve access and support the ...
Radio New Zealand
'Strategic' risks to Australia from China trade plan
Radio New Zealand
"We saw very little in additional economic benefit for signing up, but a lot of negative strategic consequences if we accepted Beijing's offer." Under the massive plan first unveiled in 2013, China wants to revive an ancient network of land and ocean ...
Australia faces growing dilemma over China's BRI
China 'compulsorily doped' athletes in 1980s and 90s, claims whistleblower
A former doctor for the Chinese Olympic team has revealed that more than 10,000 of the country's athletes were involved in a systematic doping programme across all sports – and that every one of China's medals in major tournaments in the 1980s and 90s ...