Beijing's travel advisory for the country expired in June, but the embassy has continued its campaign against 'biased views' of China in the media After rising steadily in recent years, number of Chinese citizens applying for visas to Sweden was down by nearly 3,000 in 2018 amid tense relations
Adjusting prices and looking to new markets are among the options for companies affected by trade tensions with the US Both countries' economies have felt the impact, but there are reasons why it may suit Donald Trump to prolong the stand-off
The P2P platforms operated by the private investment company employed 5,000 and operated 135 outlets across the mainland
Experts hold little hope for relations when ideology starts to define rivalry between Washington and Beijing 'Counter-China' coalition in US could last beyond Trump years as 'far-right populists' take grip of policymaking, they say
Bolton says British officials may order a full review of Chinese telecoms giant 5G role US to wait until 'after Brexit' before exerting real pressure, he adds
The yuan fell below the key level of 7 to the US dollar last week for the first time in 11 years, and could hit tourism and retail spending from mainland Chinese visitors Investment flows into Hong Kong may increase through Stock Connect if investors expect the yuan to fall further amid the US-China trade war and Hong Kong protests
Only 14 of the 112 development parcels sold in Hong Kong since the 2015 financial year changed hands for less than HK$400 million Nine of the 10 largest land deals occurred since 2017, underscoring how the financial scale of the property game has shifted in favour of the big developers
Foreign direct investment (FDI) into China in July rose 4.1 per cent from a year ago to US$8.07 billion, according to China's Ministry of Commerce US President Donald Trump claims companies are fleeing China because of tariffs imposed by his administration over the last 16 months of the trade war
Second quarter growth in the city state confirmed at minus 3.3 per cent on a quarterly basis, down from 3.8 per cent growth in the first quarter of 2019 'With everything that we are seeing, it is quite possible that there will be a recession in the third quarter of the year,' said Coface economist Carlos Casanova
Stocks tumbled Monday as fears of a global recession from the U.S.-China trade war weighed on Wall Street and unrest in Hong Kong dented sentiment.
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Chinese banks' total non-performing loans increased to 2.235 trillion yuan in the three months to June
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Securities and Futures Commission reports quarterly loss for April through June of HK$52.69 million (US$6.63 million), amid shrinking market turnover Loss making quarter comes on the heels of a HK$94.54 million loss for the financial year ended March 31
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Number of tours also fell 74 per cent on average, affecting an estimated 99 per cent of workers in the industry, according to survey Trade unions say impact is even more severe than deadly 2003 Sars outbreak