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The Chinese will not crumble as the Soviets did in the 1980s

Lower sales to Chinese tourists and softening demand weigh on sales

Maoyan Entertainment looks to raise $345m, down from $1bn target six months ago

Economist George Magnus on the country's confusing rhetoric and policy woes.

Momentum lasts into European trade; pound slips away from $1.30 after retail sales data

Latest rise in bilateral tensions follows detention of company founder’s daughter

Investors are searching for clues as to the severity of the country’s economic slowdown

Chinese developers have $55bn of onshore debt maturing this year

Private companies drove last year’s record bond failures; 2019 may be worse

Hexindai rejects claims as ‘malicious allegations’ and ‘unsupported speculation’

Competition from China is no excuse for weakening antitrust rules

Evidence is growing of poor health among staff in the fast-growing service sector

Weaker macro environment could increase internet giants’ reliance on investment income

Yet Margrethe Vestager also argues rules should not be ignored to allow Alstom-Siemens tie-up

Fortunes of currency are a gauge both of Chinese economy and debt-burdened consumers

BDI business lobby urges rule changes to allow creation of European champions

Report claims PLA likely to grow more confident and jettison cautious approach

Policymakers will be mindful of the risk of fear feeding on itself