Rich, Connected Chinese Bought Cyprus Golden Visas, EU Passports

Among the beneficiaries of Cypriot so-called Golden Visas that come with European Union passports allowing travel, banking and work in the 27-member bloc were Asia's richest woman and China's wealthy, some said to be anxious they would lose their holdings otherwise.

Jiang Zemin Family Is The First To Bear The Brunt under...

The United States can not only sanction Chinese banks, but also distrain Chinese overseas assets.

Red capital: How Chinese companies exert political influence over Hong Kong

The pervasive influence of red capital in Hong Kong shows the impossibility of putting politics aside when doing business with China.

Cash or Credit Card? How to Pay for Things in China

Are foreign credit cards accepted in China? How much cash do I need? When and where can I exchange Chinese yuan? Can I use mobile payment? These are all common questions for travelers to China, and in this guide, we’ll provide all the information you need on how to make and manage payments during your trip to China.

US companies in China are finding it harder to make money

Many members of the Beijing-based American Chamber of Commerce in China said they are earning less in the country, and that market access remains an issue in certain industries despite recent Chinese government efforts.

Facebook is banned in China: How it makes money there anyway

Last year, Zuckerberg pledged to never build data centers in countries with "a track record of violating human rights like privacy or freedom of expression," and claimed that he "could never come to agreement" with China about the terms of operating its social network there.

Asia stocks tumble; Hong Kong, Shanghai and Shenzhen fall more than...

President Donald Trump said last week the U.S. is putting 10% tariffs on another $300 billion worth of Chinese goods starting September 1.

China Lets Yuan Tumble Past 7 Per Dollar as Trade War...

The yuan plunged beyond 7 per dollar for the first time since 2008 amid speculation Beijing was allowing currency depreciation to counter President Donald Trump’s latest tariff threat.

Stock markets drop on new Trump China tariffs

European stock markets have fallen after the surprise decision by Donald Trump to impose new tariffs on a further $300bn of Chinese imports.

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.