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The US and China made ‘substantial progress’ at trade talks

  Chinese Vice Premier Liu He said on Saturday that will work with the to address each other’s core concerns on the basis of equality...

Is the global economy sliding into 1st recession since 2009

  The global economy is wobbling and whether it topples over is the big question in financial markets, executive suites and the corridors of power. Investors...

Lagarde Says U.S.-China Trade War Looms Large Over Global Growth

  The head of the International Monetary Fund reiterated her call for the U.S. and China to de-escalate their trade war, which she warned is...

Why China wants to color its “Belt and Road” green

  In Beijing this weekend the big happening is China’s second “Belt and Road Forum.” A host of global luminaries—37 heads of state, International Monetary...

China’s billion-dollar Belt and Road party: Who’s in and who’s out

  Leaders from across the world have arrived in Beijing for the second Belt and Road Forum, drawn by the possibility of billions of dollars...

Mnuchin Says China Trade Talks Are Nearing Final Round

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Saturday that he believed the United States and China were nearing the final stage of trade negotiations, moving...

China’s March trade surplus soars past expectations, Beijing data show

China’s exports for the month of March came in much higher than expected, while its imports came in much lower than expected, according to...

China’s March exports seen rebounding, imports falling again

China’s exports are expected to have rebounded in March after a sharp drop in February, while imports likely shrank for a fourth straight month...

China weak link in brewing global debt crisis

The globe is currently saddled with an unprecedented amount of debt, and this is expected to rise further as fiscal spending to boost economies...

U.S. and China Near Currency Deal

A pending trade agreement between the United States and China could put few restrictions on Beijing’s control over the strength of its currency, potentially...