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Tie-up with Alibaba sees British ballroom event bring its sequinned glitz to Shanghai

Willingness to widen unilateral sanctions reflects growing urgency in Washington

Effect on China’s economy will be negligible, even if Beijing is saying otherwise

Beijing’s pressure on Cambridge University Press is a sign of things to come

Latest deal as Chinese clothing groups attempt to upgrade their image

Russia’s crony capitalism is weaker than it seems. In fact, President Vladimir Putin’s consolidation of power has created a major potential threat to his authority, because the lack of credible property rights forces senior Russian officials and oligarchs to hold their money abroad.

Chinese developer scraps plan to buy Nine Elms Square amid Beijing’s M&A scrutiny

Move to cool property market offers millions of migrants access to local education

The volume of funds crossing borders has fallen sharply and long-term investment is playing a bigger role. But is the system more resilient?

Swiss luxury jewelry and watch brand Chopard is opening its own e-commerce flagship store on This is the first …

Publisher unblocks sensitive pieces after being accused of bowing to Beijing

By weaponizing "news," Rupert Murdoch set the stage for Brexit, Donald Trump's election, and the eruption of neo-Nazi violence in Charlottesville. Murdoch is one of the truly guilty men of our times, and he must be stopped.

Beijing economic strategy has also benefited from that most precious commodity — luck

Founders of robotics and AI groups call for ban on autonomous weapons 

The financial report from Taiwan-based semiconductor firm MediaTek for the second quarter of 2017 shows the company's net profit declined …

Tokopedia, the leading e-commerce platform in Indonesia, announced that they have secured a new round financing of USD1.1 billion, which …

Beijing seeks control of mineral resources for high-tech electronics industry

President and other trade hawks focus on less radical agenda