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Last Updated: June 27, 2016

Great Leap Upward: Behind China's $100 Billion Shopping Spree

Matthew Campbell and Jonathan Browning
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It reflects an effort by the government to encourage Chinese companies to gain know-how and market share through foreign transactions.

Russia Deals Deepen India Hold in China Oil-Buying Backyard

Debjit Chakraborty and Saket Sundria
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India is replacing China as the center of the world’s oil demand growth as its economy expands faster than any other major country.

China Name and Shame Night Leaves Consumer Companies on Edge

Rachel Chang
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The three top areas of consumer complaints were e-commerce websites, car sales, and mobile phones.

The China Intervention Trade Is Back as State Funds Battle Bears

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The stock market is a battleground for bearish investors and state-directed funds determined to spark a rally.

China's Growth Addiction Leaves Deleveraging in Back Seat

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Rule No.1 in China’s blueprint for the next five years: give top priority to development.

Death and Despair in China's Rustbelt

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The river plain once at the forefront of the Communist Party’s first attempt at a modern economy has become a valley of brutal murder, protests, and suicide.

Dodging Critics and Soothing Fears, China Meets Its G-20 Goals

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China pulled off a win at the Shanghai Group of 20 meeting of global finance leaders after months of angst abroad over economic and policy direction.

China Could Beat Hollywood by 2017

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The country’s box-office sales are growing an average of 34 percent a year.

Frenzy for Foreign Condoms in China

Monami Yui
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Chinese consumers are attracted to the “high quality” of Japanese condoms.

Greece-Sized China Outflows Highlight Policy Maker Challenge

Enda Curran
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Investors are rushing money out of China as yuan weakens to lowest point since August.

Japan Protests Intrusion of Armed Chinese Vessel Into its Waters

James Mayger and Yuji Nakamura
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The vessel was formerly a People’s Liberation Army Navy ship and is now operated by another department.

Boeing Lands $10 Billion Order From China Southern Airlines

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Boeing Co. landed a $10 billion order from China Southern Airlines Co.

Abe and Modi Strengthen Ties to Counter China's Rise

Natalie Obiko Pearson
Bloomberg
India and Japan took their biggest steps yet to deepen strategic ties, and it’s mostly thanks to China.

China Disappearances Highlight Ruling Party Detention System

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Caixin magazine reported that Guo Guangchang, the billionaire chairman of Fosun International Ltd. couldn’t be contacted.

Beijing Issues Air Pollution Red Alert for the First Time

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Beijing issued its most severe smog warning for Tuesday.