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Are consumers in China changing their spending habits?

by Jennifer Pak Jan 11, 2019
We asked shoppers in Shanghai if they're feeling the economic slowdown.
Customers look at iPhones on display at an Apple Store on this month in Beijing.
Kevin Frayer/Getty Images

China and the emerging markets no longer key engine of global growth

by Scott Tong Oct 19, 2018
What goes up must come down. In the case of the Chinese economy, what grows like an economic weed inevitably starts to slow down. Today we learned China grew by a mere 6.5 percent the latest quarter. The country’s lowest…

China and the emerging markets no longer key engine of global growth

by Scott Tong Oct 19, 2018
What goes up must come down. In the case of the Chinese economy, what grows like an economic weed inevitably starts to slow down. Today we learned China grew by a mere 6.5 percent the latest quarter. The country’s lowest…

China's latest buzz term could worry businesses

by Jennifer Pak Oct 19, 2018
"Consumption downgrade" is a popular phrase as Chinese consumers curb spending.
The success of firms selling instant noodles and pickled mustard greens have fueled a perception among Chinese citizens that the country is on a “consumption downgrade.”
Jennifer Pak/Marketplace

China's latest buzz term could worry businesses

by Jennifer Pak Oct 19, 2018
"Consumption downgrade" is a popular phrase as Chinese consumers curb spending.
The success of firms selling instant noodles and pickled mustard greens have fueled a perception among Chinese citizens that the country is on a “consumption downgrade.”
Jennifer Pak/Marketplace

Why China was a tough market for Uber

by Annie Baxter Aug 1, 2016
After years of losses, Uber is selling its China business to rival Didi Chuxing.
A man walks past an Uber station outside a shopping mall in Beijing on August 1, 2016.
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Chinese trade data latest indicator of sluggish growth

by Rob Schmitz Sep 8, 2015
Exports were down 5.5 percent, and imports fell by 13.8 percent.

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China to cut 300,000 troops from its military

by Rob Schmitz Sep 3, 2015
The announcement from President Xi Jinping came before a military parade.

China's struggle for a free (stock) market

by , and Aug 25, 2015
The government's hand is quite visible at the Shanghai exchange.

Chinese companies look to invest in American real estate

by Ilya Marritz Feb 16, 2015
For years, China shipped manufactured goods to the rest of the world. Now, Chinese companies are sitting on big cash reserves, and they’re looking to invest.