China’s economic slowdown: How bad is it?

"What worries me is that they just don't seem to have gotten the disease under control yet. The pig stock is still falling," says Mr Evans-Pritchard.

China is starting to eat into its emergency reserves of pork

China's pork crisis has gotten so bad that some of its cities are starting to tap into their precious strategic reserves of frozen pig meat. At least...

China’s economic slowdown is real, but it’s not just about tariffs

China's economic growth has slumped to its lowest level in nearly three decades, but the trade war with the United States isn't solely to blame. Gross domestic product growth...

China’s economic growth slumps to lowest in 27 years as the...

China's economic growth has slumped to its lowest level in nearly three decades as the world's second largest economy feels the effects of a prolonged trade war with the United States.

Some indebted borrowers are running into trouble due to a cooling...

Risky borrowers are running into trouble in China and that is putting pressure on trust companies, an important corner of the country’s shadow-banking system.

Beijing is building hundreds of airports as millions of Chinese take...

China has transformed from a nation where few had ever experienced air travel to one where millions of its citizens are flying not only across their own vast territory, but to destinations around the world.

Destructive pest could spread to all of China’s grain production in...

The devastating armyworm pest has already spread to more than 8,500 hectares of China's grain production and could soon affect the country's entire crop, a new US government report said this week.

China is choosing a different approach to stimulus — is the...

Earlier this year, Apple CEO Tim Cook published a letter to Apple investors warning that the greater-than-expected economic deceleration in China would lead to end-of-year revenue...

China’s Economic Black Box

Renmin University economics professor Xiang Songzuo publicly disclosed that some Chinese government research groups had found that last year’s growth, reported to be 6.6 percent, was actually 1.67 percent, or even negative.

China’s Slowdown Already Hit Its Factories. Now Its Offices Are Hurting,...

“The job market isn’t looking good,” said Ms. Xu, who after the meeting accepted a freelance contract with the same firm at half her earlier pay. “I feel this time, it will be harder than ever for me to find a job.”