Silicon Valley's Chinese backers are under threat
In recent years, Silicon Valley startups have increasingly attracted foreign investment, much of it from China. That influx of foreign money is now under threat.
China opens up financial system
Andrew Collier, managing director of Orient Capital Research, discusses China opening up its financial system and where he sees opportunity.
Is China exporting its pollution?
China may be the world's champion of renewable energy, but its actions abroad are not always in line with a country truly committed to fighting climate change. With the United States planning to quit the Paris climate deal, all eyes have been looking to China - the world's biggest polluter - to step up as climate leader. Although the Chinese have announced a raft of measures to combat emissions at home, overseas projects paint a different picture.
China's migrants left behind in the war against poverty
China's Xi Jinping has made poverty alleviation one of his key policy issues, aiming to lift 70 million people out of severe poverty by 2020. But in that fight, many of China's urban migrants are left out.
China’s Steel Production Outpaces U.S., World
Nathan Sheets, chief economist at PGIM, discusses industrial overcapacity and trade with China.
Grammys boss announces China festival partnership
China is set to get its own Grammys festival, the President of the iconic U.S. institution Neil Portnow announced on Thursday.
Trump may toughen China trade threats
President Trump may be on the verge of ramping up U.S. threats against China on trade. Officials are said to be gearing up to investigate perceived violations of intellectual property.
Baidu search Ads recover from restrictions
Jefferies Hong Kong/China Internet Analyst Karen Chan weighs in on Baidu's performance and earnings.