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Last Updated: June 27, 2016

China Exports Snap Seven-Month Losing Streak as Imports Surge

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China’s exports gained as a cheaper yuan aided foreign purchasing; Imports jumped the most in more than two years on strong demand for raw materials

China Seizes Opening in U.S. Backyard as Trump Upends Policy

Ting Shi and John Quigley
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As Trump weighs plans to tear up trade deals and deport illegal migrants from Latin America, China's Xi is moving swiftly to reset relations in America’s backyard

China Adds Curbs on Pulling Money Out of the Country

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New restrictions added as authorities seek to prevent a flood of capital outflows from destabilizing the financial system

China Cites ’The Art of War’ as Trump Signals Trade Battle

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$100 Billion Chinese-Made City Near Singapore ’Scares the Hell Out of Everybody’

Pooja Thakur Mahrotri and En Han Choong
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Planeloads of buyers fly in as condos rise from the sea

Trump’s China Wall

Tim Culpan
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For all his rhetoric about building a wall along the Mexican border, Donald J. Trump may build an even bigger barrier against China

China Adopts Cybersecurity Law Despite Foreign Opposition

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The law requires internet operators to cooperate with investigations involving crime and national security, mandatory testing and certification of equipment

China’s Millennials Are Risk Takers—and They’re Dreaming Big

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Having grown up in a booming economy, China's 7.5 million school leavers this year are intent on forging paths very different from their parents

Fake Divorce is Path to Riches Buying Hot China Real Estate

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Rising property prices have been inspiring desperate measures, as frenzied buyers are seeking to act before further regulatory curbs are imposed

China’s Local Governments Are Getting Into Venture Capital

Lulu Yilun Chen and Edwina Chan
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China’s next billion-dollar startup could have backing from an investor with more money than Warren Buffett and a knack for promoting spicy duck-neck delicacies

Party Time in China: The Riddle of Xi

Dexter Roberts
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The prospect of the Party Congress in fall 2017 is already roiling politics.

China’s Real ‘House of Cards’: TV Series Unveils Graft Excess

Ting Shi
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The eight-episode series, called “Always On the Road,” is being beamed daily to hundreds of millions of Chinese homes through Oct. 25 on CCTV’s Channel 1

Red Star Over Hollywood: ‘Dr. Evil’ Says China Wants Movies

Anousha Sakoui and David McLaughlin
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Lobbyist questions companies’ motives in U.S. takeovers: ‘You will never see a Chinese villain in the movies’ again

Escaping China’s Parent Trap

Nisha Gopalan
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Think Chinese SOEs' have little incentive to stray beyond China? That's far from the case. Just look at Britain's utilities

China Boosts Regional Ties with Milestone Xi Visit to Dhaka

Arun Devnath
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China is expected to sign off on more than $23 billion in loans to Bangladesh to fund a series of large-scale infrastructure projects