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Last Updated: July 7, 2016

China-Taiwan Relations To Take A Holiday Under New President

Ralph Jennings
Forbes
To seek peace with China, Tsai would need to make her first dialogue proposal that Beijing might accept.

Will China's Educational System Strangle Economic Growth?

Zhu Tian
Forbes
Despite the brain drain, China still managed to produce enough talents to make it the fastest growing nation in the past two decades.

Huya Bridges China's Novel Drugs With Overseas Markets

Jane Ho
Forbes
When Mireille Gillings, founder and chairman of Huya Bioscience International first visited China in 2004, she saw a niche that could grow.

Visa Rejection Flap Shows China Wants Tighter Grip On Muslim Far West

Ralph Jennings
Forbes
Beijing has pressured India into canceling the visas for a pair of independence activists from Xinjiang.

Backed Into A Corner: Friendless Beijing Seeks Moscow's Support In South China Sea

Tim Daiss
Forbes
China and Russia called for settlement of the dispute based on negotiation and consultation.

China Prepares To Widen Global Campaign Against Taiwanese Fraudsters

Ralph Jennings
Forbes
On Friday 52 more people on deck to return home to Taiwan from Malaysia had come under the same pressure from Beijing.

The Rise of Entrepreneurship in China

Edward Tse
Forbes
The entrepreneurial spirit runs deeper than just in business. It manifests itself in the government and in the desires of ordinary people.

China Likely To Beat NASA Back To The Moon

Bruce Dorminey
Forbes
Chinese taikonauts will likely beat NASA astronauts back to the lunar surface in five to ten years, as it continues to drop off NASA’s crewed destination radar.

Reaganomics Finds Friends In High Places In China

Frank Holmes
Forbes
In response to worldwide demands that China manage its economy better, Xi Jinping has proposed what he calls “supply-side structural reform.”

Victoria's Secret, Nike Cashes in On Rising Girl Power in China

Marianna Cerini
Forbes
Despite the country’s recent economic downturn, Chinese female consumers are willing to buy.

China's Nearly 700 Million Internet Users Are Hot For Online Finance

Melanie Lee
Forbes
According to data from the China Internet Network Center, in 2015, online trading in stocks and online payment were hot areas of growth.

Top 10 China Dependent Countries

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

Will The IMF Grant China's Currency Global Reserve Status?

Kenneth Rapoza
Forbes
The market doubts it, but it is possible that the Chinese currency, the renmimbi (RMB), may become part of the International Monetary Fund’s special drawing rights.

China's Pollution Quagmire

Jeff McMahon
Forbes
China’s efforts to reduce air pollution could be negated by its unregulated and unmonitored burning of petcoke, a fuel dirtier than coal, an expert on Chinese climate and energy policy said.

Alibaba To Pay $590 Mln For Stake In China’s Meizu As Smartphone Competition Intensifies

Russell Flannery
Forbes
All eyes are on low-price Chinese upstart Xiaomi.