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A New Disruptor Displaces Samsung in World's Largest Smartphone Market

Little-known Android smartphone brand Oppo has displaced Samsung in China due to price and marketing. Does it have a future offshore?

China Pumps Billions Into Banks, Signaling Fresh Economic Panic

Beijing’s effort to stoke liquidity ahead of a major public holiday bares concerns about defaults and deeper worries about a longer-term economic crisis.

Why China's Economy -- and Stock Market -- Are Such a Mess

Continued overproduction at state-owned companies despite poor demand is holding back China's efforts to reverse its slowing economic growth.

Relief for Foreign Investors as Vietnam Settles Political Dispute

The departure of a Vietnamese leader who favors quick pro-investor reforms will help foreign funds simply by ending political gridlock that has stalled the market from opening.

China, Desperate to Boost Stocks, May Open Market to Foreign Investors

Considering the recent implosion in Chinese stocks, the effort may resemble trying to buy insurance while your house is burning down.

China's Dilemma: Prop Up the Economy or the Stock Market?

If China allows the yuan to weaken, as it's doing now, that helps manufacturers maximize profits from exports. But a weaker currency makes the cratering stock market even less attractive.

Why Some Investors Aren't Worried About China's Economic Slowdown

These pros point out that China is steering its economy away from high-cost factory work and toward more sustainable things like consumption, tech and private investment.

Why China Won't Stop Meddling in Its Volatile Stock Market

The intervention will cause volatility that ripples into markets from New York to Taipei because the Chinese economy is linked to just about everyone else's.

In China, Even 'Star Wars' Faces Stiff Competition From Local Films

Hollywood studios will compete best in the lucrative China cinema market by releasing 3-D films and anything with special effects -- two advantages over their Chinese peers.

China's Haphazard Attempts to Calm Markets Are Backfiring

As its stock market continues to crater, causing massive selloffs in global markets, Beijing seems to be fumbling for a solution to yet another financial meltdown.

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