Eric Johnson is a journalist with 30+ years of experience. He's a graduate of the University of Missouri and Western Illinois University. He was a United Press International bureau chief in Detroit, a Deutsche Presse-Agentur foreign correspondent in Prague, and an editor at the Chinese business magazines Caijing and Caixin in Beijing. Chinese business-financial news has been his mainstay since 2006. He is on Twitter at @ej_street.
The People's Bank of China has decided day trading by retail investors is simply too risky for the mainland's stock markets.
Analysts see the nation's health care sector taking off, as the government eases drug price controls and the population ages.
Plans to build Tesla electric cars and charging stations in China help catapult the American billionaire to stardom.
China's Weibo messaging service, which went public this week, drives traffic with hot, but not too hot, online discussions.
State companies with foreign partners such as GM and Disney are among those on the reform radar in China. How should you play them?
Using only domestic technology, Air China is the country's first carrier to introduce fast Internet on flights between Chinese cities.
In a sharp decline from last year's consensus, a Chinese investment bank says refined oil demand will rise only 0.3% this year although gasoline sales will continue to climb.
China's growing appetite for beef could benefit American meat exporters if the Chinese government lifts a ban on U.S. beef in place since 2003.
Regulators say mutual stock market access is coming to China and Hong Kong. They said the same thing in 2007.
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