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Visa and MasterCard Are Caught in China's New Spending Curbs

China hopes to protect its foreign reserves, the world’s largest, to cover liabilities and keep exchange rates stable against pressures from a slowing economy.

Why China Is Seeking Help From Foreign Investors Again

What began as an effort to have Chinese companies break free of dependence on foreign investment and technology has now led to an acknowledgement that China can't go it alone.

China Expands Abroad to Spur Economic Growth at Home

China's expansion of construction projects in other countries comes as it makes the transition from being an industrial powerhouse to a more consumer-oriented domestic economy.

China Cybersecurity Agreement Will Leave U.S. Companies Vulnerable

American companies are exposed to hacking of data stored in China and theft of technology. E-mails can be opened to look for company secrets. Cisco and Trend Micro will benefit.

How Multinationals Are Adapting to China's Slowing Economy

China's economic growth is expected to slow for years, so multinational companies are starting to adapt to the changing business climate there.

How a Smartphone Superstar Lost Power
How a Smartphone Superstar Lost Power

09/21/15 - 10:31 AM EDT

Competition and lack of marketing have hobbled the Taiwanese handset maker that once staked a 10.7% world smartphone market share.

China Still Investing in Big Projects, With Help From Foreign Contractors

Foreign contractors that can install radar systems, aircraft auto-towing technology and computer software may be able to outbid Chinese peers.

Why China's 'Circuit Breaker' Won't Halt Stock Selloff

"If owners want to sell--or buy--they want to sell or buy," says one market pro. "Having limits based on price declines or gains only delays the selling or buying pressure

Chinese Shares Rise 2.9%, Erase Monday's Losses

Chinese share prices that crashed in June barely change Tuesday, but an ominous drum roll is sounding in the distance.

Chinese Stocks Tumble 2.5% After Four-Day Holiday

Investors who wait out China’s economic transition stand to see returns from the stock market.

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