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Can Beijing Sell Silk Road as a Marshall Plan Against Terror?

China needs West’s buy-in on stabilizing effects of its Silk Road project.

China's Xi In Zimbabwe To Sign Power, Infrastructure Deals

Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in Zimbabwe on Tuesday, the first visit by a Chinese leader since 1996.

China-Africa Summit: What To Look For Beyond The Hype And Hypocrisy

The Africa-China summit will provide an opportunity to see how the Chinese President is responding to democratic developments in Africa.

China’s Renminbi Is Approved as a Main World Currency

The I.M.F. decision will help pave the way for broader use of the renminbi in trade and finance, securing China’s standing as a global economic power.

Top 10 China Dependent Countries

Kenneth Rapoza
A list of the top 10 countries exporting to China and the year-to-date performance of their corresponding exchange traded funds.

China Stocks Hit Hard, Rest of World Shrugs

David Gaffen
Chinese shares slumped 5 percent on Friday, hit by regulatory and industrial sector worries, but the declines did not carry through to other major equity markets.

China Set to Pledge More Aid to Africa Ahead of Xi's Trip

China is set to announce new aid to African nations when President Xi Jinping visits Zimbabwe and South Africa next month.

Chinese Investment in Africa Falls by 40%

Saibal Dasgupta
China’s Commerce Ministry publicly admitted that Chinese investments to Africa had fallen by 40 percent in the first half of this year.

China Wants to Build a High-Speed Rail Link to a Newly Open Iran

Richard Macauley
China Railway has proposed a high-speed rail link that will carry both passengers and cargo between China and Iran.

China’s Silk Road Fund Backs Another IPO of State Owned Firm

Kane Wu
Fund is largest cornerstone investor in China Energy Engineering Corp’s up to US$1.96 billion IPO.

China and U.S. Say They’ve Made Strides in Trade Talks

Neil Gough
The United States and China said that they had made progress on sticking points in trade.

China Seeks to Remove Provincial Barriers to Trade

Sue-Lin Wong
China will accelerate reforms to remove internal barriers to both foreign and domestic trade.

The Strange Case of 77 Blue-Collar Chinese Migrants That Kenya Is Calling “Cyber-Hackers”

Lily Kuo
Their arrests are emblematic of a slowly brewing backlash against Chinese immigration to Africa.

China's Middle Class Isn't What We Thought It Was

Linette Lopez and Lucinda Shen
For years, multinational companies have been rubbing their hands together in anticipation of the growth of the Chinese middle class.

Asia-Pacific Leaders See Trade as Solution to Economic, Security Troubles

Leaders stay quiet on territorial disputes in South China Sea.