POLICY 08.29.2016

Online payments to get independent clearinghouse

Chinese central bank's move cuts into territory dominated by Alipay, Tenpay

By Zhang Yuzhe and Han Wei
TAIWAN 08.26.2016

Welcome Mat Fades for Taiwan Businesses

Rising costs, stronger tax enforcement and competition from homegrown rivals are putting the squeeze on Tawan manufacturers in China, forcing some to close and other to relocate

By Wang Xiaoqing and Han Wei
ECONOMY 08.25.2016

Investment Dip Rains on China's Upbeat Economy

The manufacturing sector improved and retail spending rose, but private investment fell dramatically between March and July

By Huo Kan, Wu Hongyuran, Li Yuqian , Wang Xinyi and Han Wei
SOCIETY 08.23.2016

Souring Business, Xenophobia Makes China Dream Lose Its Appeal for African Migrants

The African community in Guangzhou, once the largest in Asia, has dwindled as the Chinese economy slows down, and widespread racism is also pushing people out, immigrants say

By Liang Yingfei and Coco Feng

IN THE NEWS

SCAMS 08.29.2016

Scam targeting poor student highlights need for privacy protection

Xu Yuyu's loss of 10,000 yuan in college tuition to con artists leads to public outrage over rampant phone fraud in China

    TECHNOLOGY 08.29.2016

    Mainland chips away at Taiwan's dominance in semiconductor business

    Island's rivals, armed with a billion-dollar state-funded war chest, have been buying foreign companies to narrow the technology gap

      DONGFENG 08.29.2016

      Dongfeng profits, revenue take hit in first half of year

      Falling sales related to joint ventures with Peugeot take toll on Chinese automaker's bottom line

        POLICY 08.29.2016

        Tibet veteran named region's new party boss

        Wu Yingjie has worked in Tibet for his entire career and has served as a deputy governor and propaganda chief, among other roles

          POLICY 08.29.2016

          Closer Look: Clearinghouse needed to tame payment risk

          For years, Alipay and Tenpay have operated de facto clearing platforms for online transactions outside of regulatory oversight, but all that is about to change

            POLICY 08.26.2016

            Beijing Migrants in Limbo Despite New Hukou Reform

            Beijing's decision not to set a minimum number of points to qualify for a house hold registration leaves migrants guessing

              HEALTHCARE 08.26.2016

              China Eases Pricing Rules on Public Hospitals

              New guidelines issued by the NDRC, the country's top economic planner, aims to halt inflated drug and consultation costs

                SHIPPING 08.26.2016

                China's Largest Private Shipbuilder to Cut 2,000 Jobs in 2016

                Yangzijiang Shipbuilding Holdings says it's struggling with overcapacity and empty order books as the global shipping industry continues to lose steam

                  SHIPPING 08.26.2016

                  COSCO Shipping H1 Profits Sink 12 Pct Due to Freight Rate Slump

                  Biggest ever half-year loss comes as harsh conditions in global shipping industry continue and parent tries to restructure after mega merger in February

                    FRAUD 08.25.2016

                    Schoolgirl Dies of Heart Attack after Falling Prey to A Phone Scam that Syphoned Her Tuition Money

                    Student was cheated by a conman claiming to be a local education official, days after applying for financial aid, leading to a public uproar on a possible information leak

                      • A pedestrian overpass near Beijing's northern Fifth Ring Road collapsed Aug. 28, but no deaths were reported

                        GALLERY
                        Sudden Collapse
                      • Residents of Little Africa in Guangzhou say a downturn in business and widespread racism are driving them away

                        GALLERY
                        Fading China Dream
                      • Two villages in Henan Province were covered in red mud containing toxic heavy metals after a waste pond dam collapsed

                        GALLERY
                        Red Terror
                      • "I live-stream, therefore I am," has become the new meme of a crop of Internet celebrities in China catering to over 85 million viewers hooked on live streaming sites

                        GALLERY
                        Web Stardom
                      • A wall built to prevent landslides near a popular segment of the Great Wall collapsed as Beijing experienced its wettest spells so far this year

                        GALLERY
                        Washed Away
                      • Elderly "empty nesters" were among the hardest hit by recent flooding along the Yangtze River

                        GALLERY
                        Struggling Alone
                      • Rescue workers try to evacuate millions affected by floods after torrential downpours affect regions along the Yangtze River

                        GALLERY
                        Submerged Lives

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                      Reform's Response to the Money Supply Warning

                      As growth rates for money supply measures M1 and M2 diverge, calls for long-delayed structural reforms have become more urgent

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