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Some struggle economically as China's 20th Communist Party Congress begins
Under President Xi Jinping, tech and real estate oversight has tightened, while the private tutoring sector has been flattened.
IMF predicts China's 2022 growth will be less than half of what it was last year
Here's what's behind the sobering forecast for the world's second-largest economy.
China's troubles at home weigh on growth
Energy problems, supply chain woes and a shaky real estate sector are slowing down Chinese GDP growth.
Mall economics: How to get consumers in China to shop in stores
More people are purchasing online but one mall in Shanghai is able to pull young consumers back into stores.
China's 3-child policy met with tepid public reception
There's skepticism about whether the policy change will actually address China's shrinking workforce and older population.
As China recovers from COVID-19, small businesses are struggling to re-open
Pork seller Ma Qiang sold $35,000 worth of pork to restaurants ahead of the Lunar New Year and expected to be paid after the holiday. Then COVID-19 hit.
China's service economy imperiled by virus emergency
Services now form a key sector in China's economy.
In China, economy dogged at decade's end
China started 2009 weathering the global financial crisis and ends the decade battling slower economic growth and a trade war with the U.S.
The lucky migrant workers who get to retire in Beijing
While many people move away from the countryside for work, few of them are able to officially register in the cities.
China's struggling shoe components suppliers contemplate their futures
Three shoe component suppliers discuss the U.S.-China trade war and the changes they have seen in the last few decades.