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China Privatizes Arms Production as It Quietly Seeks Global Customers

Foreign defense contractors might dodge a few bullets to enter China’s military-industrial complex but will eventually find an inroad.

Chinese Stocks Face Another Wild Ride in 2016

An awkward transition for China’s all-important economy, a possible new round of currency devaluation and lingering issues behind a share price rout in mid-2015 will keep share prices volatile.

Already Shaky Chinese Markets Face Record Turnover in Fund Managers

The flight of Chinese portfolio managers this year after massive share price losses and amid a criminal crackdown may erode foreign investor confidence.

Chinese Firms Bail on U.S. Stock Listings as Market Rules Slow Business

Farewells to U.S. stock exchanges will help Chinese firms prosper at home but erode investor access to the world’s largest economy.

China’s Brave New Climate Goal and the DIY Formula for Achieving It

Chinese authorities will tap green energy firms, particularly the ones at home, and get tougher on companies that aggravate air pollution.

Changing China Nibbles Into American Fast-Food Chains

In the coming years American restaurants will fight to keep their fry vats hot in China as economic growth cools, competition from local brands increases and Beijing considers food-safety regulations.

Yes, You Can Actually Invest in China's Worsening Air Pollution

China's taking advantage of cheap oil to boost consumer spending, which is making air pollution there worse. For investors, there are ways to play both the problem and the solution.

Pepsi's Smartphone in China: Why it Won’t Totally Fizzle

The soft drink icon is following Snoopy and Hello Kitty in a branding gambit that could raise its food and beverage sales in a large but increasingly competitive market.

China's Latest Market Crackdown Has Backfired So Far

Chinese stocks have plunged over 5% the past week amid uncertainty over how far the government's cleanup campaign might go.

Why the Chinese Currency's New Status Matters to Investors

At first glance, the yuan’s inclusion in an international special drawing rights basket looks symbolic, but longer-term gains await portfolio investors.

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