China's central bank on Tuesday devalued its yuan currency by nearly 2 percent against the U.S.  dollar, as authorities seek to push market reforms and bolster the world's second-largest economy.

Retailers keep one eye on China ahead of the holidays

Nov 27, 2015
Some retailers are re-evaluating their relationship with Chinese suppliers
Posted In: China, Retail

IMF set to give Chinese currency a stamp of approval

Nov 26, 2015
The renminbi may get a special status the dollar and other currencies have.
Posted In: China, IMF, currency, renminbi

China bets big on border town with Russia, North Korea

Nov 16, 2015
China invests billions into Hunchun, along the Russian and North Korean border.
Posted In: China, border, Russia, North Korea

Leaders of China, Taiwan to meet: Why it's important

Nov 5, 2015
Leaders of the two countries haven't met since the birth of modern China in 1949.
Posted In: China, Taiwan, negotiations, Xi Jinping

In China's coal country, 100,000 lose their jobs

Nov 3, 2015
The mass layoff threatens the social fabric of a region where growth is faltering.
Posted In: China, coal, employment

'You can't report here': doing journalism in China

Nov 3, 2015
The challenges for foreign correspondents in the People's Republic are growing.
Posted In: China, journalism, reporter

U.S. steel suffers from global competition

Nov 3, 2015
Domestic steel producers are being undercut by cheap imports.
Posted In: steel, China, imports
A mother carries her son on a street in Shanghai.

Will the end of China's one-child rule help the economy?

Oct 29, 2015
A look at what two-child families means for the country.
Posted In: China, children, global economy
China is trying to use some...creative methods to get people to care about the country's 13th five-year plan.

Bizarre, campy song explains China's 13th 5-year plan

Oct 27, 2015
China's propagandists outdo themselves with song dedicated to centralized economy.
Posted In: China, Music, news

For Apple, the Chinese market is getting tougher

Oct 27, 2015
Economic slowdowns and market turmoil could hurt the company's sales.
Posted In: apple, China, iPhone