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As if to highlight that Asia’s biggest challenge is managing the rise of an increasingly assertive China, the Chinese government has unveiled plans to build large new dams on major rivers flowing to other countries. In the absence of Chinese cooperation, it will be impossible to establish a rules-based regional order.

SHANGHAI stocks rallied from a nearly two-month low today on the expectation that more stimulus measures will be unveiled during the National People's Congress.

Investor roadshow coincides with a sharp sell-off in Chinese developer stocks amid growing concern about the outlook for the Chinese housing market

Country’s outgoing premier Wen Jiabao warns in ‘state of the union’ speech the government’s economic growth target of 7.5% in 2013 will be ‘hard to attain’

SHANGHAI stocks rallied this morning from their sharpest fall in 19 months yesterday as surging financial shares offset the decline of property developers.

China has announced a double-digit increase in defence spending as territorial disputes with some of its neighbours add to regional tensions

China aims to hold this year's consumer price growth to around 3.5 percent, 0.5 percentage point lower than the inflation target set for 2012, Premier Wen Jiabao said in a government work report today.

Federal judge says the SEC can move forward with its attempt to force compliance with a subpoena related to a fraud probe into a Chinese group

SHARE values fell the most in nearly 19 months in Shanghai yesterday, dragged down by developers after the central government tightened controls on the property market.

Online campaigns have allowed ordinary Chinese to vent their anger over environmental damage

China Mobile, Japan's NTT DoCoMo, and South Korea's Korea Telecom announced that the three parties have reached an agreement for a series of mobile phone services, aiming to realize cross-border payment services with the near-field communication functi…

Shangpu villagers called for elections to replace the party chief accused of collusion with a local businessman in an alleged land grab of communal farmland

As parliament convenes to anoint its president, expectations of serious root and branch reforms will likely be undelivered, Jamil Anderlini says