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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

Can Huawei Catch Apple and Samsung?

Huawei's smartphones are huge successes in China and Europe. But the No. 3 phonemaker's global ambitions face major hurdles—especially in the U.S. → Read More

Can Huawei Catch Apple and Samsung?

Huawei's smartphones are huge successes in China and Europe. But the No. 3 phonemaker's global ambitions face major hurdles—especially in the U.S. → Read More

Alibaba Earnings Beat Wall Street Expectations for Third Time Running

Another Alibaba quarterly report, another positive surprise. → Read More

Struggling Chinese Smartphone Maker Xiaomi Loses Key Exec

Barra was the highest ranking foreign executive at the Chinese startup, and a key conduit between Xiaomi and the world outside China. → Read More

China Just Posted Its Slowest Annual Growth in 26 Years

China posted 6.8% GDP growth in the fourth quarter, as full-year 2016 growth hit 6.7%, its slowest pace in 26 years. → Read More

6 People Reportedly Arrested for Leaking Secrets About This Smartphone Giant

Former employees of rising Chinese smartphone maker Huawei were reportedly arrested for leaking commercial secrets to their new employers. → Read More

President Xi Jinping Idealizes a Troubled China in Davos

China's President Xi Jinping, also the Communist Party leader, opened the World Economic Forum in Davos today by promoting globalization in what was a clear sign that China is worried how potential trade barriers arising from populist movements in the U.S. and Britain will affect the country's economic growth, of which exports remain a key component. Xi was the first Chinese leader to attend the… → Read More

Breaking Down Donald Trump and Xi Jinping’s Weird Relationship

China’s president, Xi Jinping, used to be the antagonistic one in the U.S.-China relationship. But Trump has turned the tables. → Read More

Alibaba Returns to U.S. List of 'Notorious' Counterfeit Goods Markets

From inside China, you can search Taobao and still find hundreds, often thousands, of illegitimate or suspect products from top brands. → Read More

Massive Smog Blanket Prompts Pollution Red Alert in Beijing

Schools have been advised to close until Wednesday, or until the red alert is lifted. → Read More

Massive Smog Blanket Prompts Pollution Red Alert in Beijing

Schools have been advised to close until Wednesday, or until the red alert is lifted. → Read More

Here Are the Chinese Industries Donald Trump Will Target in a Trade War

They will likely be ones that don't directly hurt U.S. consumers. → Read More

Here Are the Chinese Industries Donald Trump Will Target in a Trade War

They will likely be ones that don't directly hurt U.S. consumers. → Read More

4 Stocks That Could Ride China’s Global Construction Boom

These firms could profit from a multitrillion-dollar building spree. → Read More

Inside China’s Global Spending Spree

“One Belt, One Road,” China’s $3 trillion infrastructure-building campaign, could be a windfall for some Western companies and investors. → Read More

Inside China’s Global Spending Spree

“One Belt, One Road,” China’s $3 trillion infrastructure-building campaign, could be a windfall for some Western companies and investors. → Read More