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Accra’s detention of 124 workers is part of its biggest clamp down yet and is likely to anger China, which has been extending investment in Africa

Beijing warns that Europe’s condescension and failure to recognise its fading power invite it to retaliate, as the trade row escalates

There are fears that equipment supplied by the Chinese manufacturer and installed in critical infrastructure around the world could be open to misuse

SHANGHAI stocks retreated for a sixth consecutive trading day today as a liquidity crunch weighed on market sentiment.

PUMP rates in Shanghai will drop 1 percent beginning tomorrow, the government said, in a small adjustment to reflect changes in global crude oil markets.

FAST-FOOD restaurant chain McDonald's said yesterday it will start to sell rice during dinner hour next week to boost sales and catch up with KFC in catering to Chinese consumers.

DEUTSCHE Bank completed its first yuan-denominated bond offering in Taiwan to tap into cheap funding opportunities and needs by retail investors for yuan assets on the island.

GERMAN pharmaceutical maker Boehringer Ingelheim said today it has teamed with Shanghai Zhangjiang Biotech and Pharmaceutical Base Development Co Ltd to build a 500 million yuan (US$80.6 billion) biopharmaceutical R&D and manufacturing facility.

SHANGHAI stocks retreated in the morning session today over worries that lower credit demand from companies signals the economy is still stuttering along at a lackluster pace.

The Fortune Global Forum 2013 opened today in Chengdu, focusing on the critical role the capital of Sichuan Province is playing in China's efforts to shift economic development to western inland regions of the country and encourage urbanization away from the crowded eastern seaboard.

Annual agricultural outlook forecasts big rise in grain, soyabean and beef imports over the next 10 years, which is likely to support prices

China@Wharton reports: China’s solar sector follows the pattern set by many ofthe country’starget industries, including steel and aluminum, historically. “This is just the latest example of a long list of industries that have run through those peaks and valleys,” says…

THE price of oil rose yesterday as a big drop in US oil supplies offset concerns about a plunge in the stock market.

A series of weak economic reports sent the stock market plunging to its lowest level in a month yesterday.

In cooperation with ImagineX Group, the British designer brand Paul Smith announced the opening of its first Chinese flagship store in the Sanlitun shopping area of Beijing. This new Paul Smith flagship store has two floors and an operating area of 395…

Chinese Internet video company Youku-Tudou Group and Chinese social networking website have formed a strategic partnership for platform and resource sharing. According to the agreement signed by the two parties, will more convenie…

China yesterday launched its own anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations of wines imported from Europe, a day after the European Union slapped tariffs on Chinese-made solar panels.

FEARS of an EU-China trade war mounted yesterday after Beijing launched an anti-dumping investigation into European wine imports in a move greeted with alarm in the vineyards of Bordeaux.