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Fortune 500: Tesla Takes Off in China

Tesla has improved its efforts to reach Chinese drivers, helping it land a spot on the Fortune 500 list for the first time. → Read More

China New Silk Road Investments Surprisingly Weak Before This Week’s Summit

President Xi Jinping's diplomatic spending spree is off to an uncertain start. → Read More

Once Chinese-Only, Didi Chuxing Rolls Out an English App

Didi Chuxing, once Uber's biggest rival in China, has released an English-version update of its app in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou. → Read More

China’s Answer to Boeing and Airbus Takes Its First Flight

The C919 flew for the first time in Shanghai on Friday. → Read More

Gigantic Sandstorm Envelops Beijing and Northern China

The air quality index in Beijing reached 900 early Thursday amid a sandstorm, 18 times what the World Health Organization considers healthy. → Read More

Tesla’s China Sales Boom Will Start in 2017

The California company's car imports into the country more than tripled in the first quarter. → Read More

China’s Newly Imagined ‘Green’ City Gets Its First $19 Billion in Funding

The $19 billion loan from China's Development Bank begins the process of turning farmland in Hebei province into the "green, livable and modern urban area" the government envisions. → Read More

Tesla’s Elon Musk Got a Rare Welcome on His China Visit This Week. Why This Matters

Tesla CEO Elon Musk made a visit to China this week and met one-on-one with one of the country’s top officials, Vice Premier Wang Yang. → Read More

Alibaba’s Jack Ma Expects the World to Experience Decades of ‘Pain’

“In the next 30 years, the world’s pain will be much greater than its happiness,” he said. → Read More

The Exiled Chinese Billionaire With a Mar-a-Lago Membership

The case of Guo Wengui, also known as Miles Kwok, billionaire property developer of Beijing Zenith Holdings, is an unfolding drama. → Read More

China’s Second-Richest Man Says the Government Scuttled His Deal for Dick Clark Productions

Dalian Wanda founder said the country's capital controls prevented his company from acquiring Hollywood's Dick Clark Productions. → Read More

Paul Manafort Meets with a Chinese Billionaire to Talk U.S. Infrastructure

Yan Jiehe's Pacific Construction is looking for a way into U.S. infrastructure building. → Read More

China GDP Growth Is Booming Again—But For How Long?

Real estate appears to be pumping up the entire economy. → Read More

China's WeChat Is A Censorship Juggernaut

When it comes to censoring topics the government wants, Tencent's cooperation on its WeChat social network has gone to new lengths. → Read More

Chinese Celebrities Join Swift Criticism of United Airlines’ ‘Nightmare’ Passenger Removal

Chinese social media reaction to United Airlines' treatment of passenger and doctor David Dao was angry, and joined by local celebrities. → Read More

Overseas Chinese Lending Growth Has Passed Domestic For the First Time

The majority of China's biggest state-owned banks are now lending more money abroad than at home, an indication of President Xi's ambitions. → Read More

President Trump Expected to Sign Executive Order on Steel Dumping After Xi Meeting

The Trump administration's first point of attack against China's trade policies has been chosen. → Read More

Tencent Passed Wells Fargo As World's 10th Biggest Company

Thanks in large part to new enthusiasm over China's growing online payments. → Read More

Should the Trump-Xi Summit Worry American Businesses?

Trump called China a currency manipulator and threatened tariffs. But White House officials are downplaying tensions around the meeting. → Read More

Huawei’s Sales Jump, Earnings Go Nowhere

Unlike previous years, profits didn’t join in the sales boom. → Read More