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The NHL Is Headed to China

League officials are putting the finishing touches on a pair of exhibition games for this September as China looks to make NHL investments. → Read More

Why Airbnb’s New China Push Could Actually Work

Aibiying is its new name in China, where comparisons to Uber’s failed service in the country miss the point. → Read More

China's Bike-Sharing Companies Don't Make Economic Sense

Economists say there’s a reason the phenomenon has worked in the U.S.: it doesn’t make any financial sense for the bike companies. → Read More

These Are China's Most Valuable Brands

The growth in value of China’s biggest brands slowed way down last year amid the old economy’s industrial decline, but brands catering to the rising middle class kept up their rapid expansion. That’s according to advertising agency WPP’s latest BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Chinese Brands report, which was released today and tracks the value of old and emerging Chinese brands. While banks,… → Read More

These Are China’s Biggest Beer Brands

Here are some of the biggest beer brands in China. And yes, one of them is AB InBev's Budweiser. → Read More

These Are China’s 5 Best Craft Breweries

These brewers have great beer in China, a country where interest in craft beer is booming. → Read More

AB InBev: Budweiser’s Owner Is China’s New Craft Beer Bully

AB InBev, the global giant that owns Budweiser wants to dominate the craft-beer market in China. → Read More

4 Possible Reasons Why Anbang Just Denied Its $400 million Kushner Real Estate Deal

The Chinese investor is denying reports that it is investing in a real estate project owned by the family of President Trump’s son-in-law. → Read More

A Farmer Just Criticized Alibaba’s Push Into The Countryside

Farmers who joined the service are complaining about meager incomes and Alibaba’s scaling back of commissions last year. → Read More

Donald Trump’s 38 China Trademarks Are Good News for Foreign Businesses

China's trademark rulings are finally starting to make sense. → Read More

China’s Unreliable Early 2017 Data Shows Trade Jumped

Officials said today in February exports grew 4.2% year-over-year, after jumping almost 16% in January. → Read More

China’s Latest GDP Target Has One Surprise

Li’s promise to try for growth higher than 6.5% suggested a lower rate might be acceptable. → Read More

AB InBev’s Craft Brewery Binge Heads To China

Budweiser's parent company makes a move in the world's largest beer market. → Read More

Xiaomi’s New Processor Won’t Save Its Smartphone Business

Its once-hot smartphones have lost a lot of luster. → Read More

10 (More) Must-Read Books That Explain Modern China

Add in the Trump administration’s attacks, and there’s a renewed importance in trying to understand what’s going on in China. → Read More

China One Child Policy: Reversing Law Doesn’t Lead to Baby Boom

The scrapping of China's one-child policy in 2015 was supposed to fix looming problems. New surveys shed light on the struggle. → Read More

Alibaba’s Digital Payment Arm Is Reportedly Raising $3 Billion to Go Global

Alibaba's Ant Financial, home of Alipay, wants to transition from a China-centric market with a roster of online payment systems. → Read More

How Much More China's Foreign Reserves Can Fall

China's pile of foreign reserves has dipped below $3 trillion for the first time since 2011. → Read More

Hong Kong Billionaire Disappearance Part of China Anti-Corruption Move

His disappearance would be like police suddenly whisking away a rich U.S. hedge fund manger. → Read More

How China's Smartphone 'Big Four' Are Fighting for Global Customers

They're all jockeying to be the next Apple or Samsung. → Read More