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Beijing’s inexperience and capacity constraints are almost as big a shortcoming as its bias against foreign companies, says Simon Rabinovitch

After nearly a month of belligerent bluster from North Korea, China appears to have had enough, roaring its disapproval of its ally’s reckless threats. While China’s tough talk does not necessarily mean that it intends to abandon Kim Jong-un’s regime, it does suggest that a radical policy shift might no longer be unthinkable.

WSJ reports: Students from China may be rethinking the value of a U.S. graduate degree. Ending nearly a decade of double-digit growth, applications from Chinese citizens to U.S. graduate schools declined 5% for the coming academic year amid worries about…

PERU rolled out a number of investment opportunities for China this morning, with its President Ollanta Humala attending a road show in Shanghai and calling for closer business relations with China.

NEW Zealand Prime Minister John Key said the relationship between New Zealand and China was in "fantastic shape", as he spoke at a business breakfast in Shanghai today.

CHINA'S inflation slowed to 2.1 percent year on year in March, down from February's 10-month high of 3.2 percent and greatly easing the possibility of tightening policies.

Consumer prices rose at 2.1 per cent in March from a year earlier, easing from the 3.2 per cent clip posted in February

STOCKS ended modestly higher yesterday, shrugging off an early decline, as investors waited to see whether big US companies would deliver on expectations of strong earnings in 2013.

THE price of oil inched up yesterday, as traders awaited the start of the quarterly corporate earnings season and the latest word from the Federal Reserve on the economy.

Brazil is preparing an offer of trading concessions to the EU, its biggest trading partner accounting for one fifth of its exports and imports

CANCER-CAUSING substances have been found in mass-market brands of cars sold in China.

CHINA will start widely-awaited direct trading between the yuan and the Australian dollar tomorrow, cutting transaction costs and boosting collaboration between the two countries, Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard said yesterday.The Australia & N…

THE US newspapers' revenue fell at its slowest pace in six years, as publishers turned to new businesses and raised more money from online subscriptions.

SUNDANCE Resources Ltd has terminated an agreement with Sichuan Hanlong Group after the Chinese company failed to secure funding for its A$1.14 billion (US$1.18 billion) bid to buy the rest of the Australian company.

THE Ministry of Commerce said yesterday that China was targeted by more trade remedy probes last year.

SALES of pre-owned homes in Shanghai soared to a record last month as sellers and buyers panicked and sealed deals to avoid having to pay a 20 percent capital gains tax on profits from property sales.

Lei Jun, chairman of Kingsoft, has reportedly bought an additional 2.5% stake in the company for about HKD190 million. According to a report published by Kingsoft, upon the completion of the acquisition, Lei will become the largest individual sharehold…

More than 400 turn up for Sotheby’s sale of ceramics pieces, which included the Ruby-Ground Double-Lotus ‘falangcai’ bowl from the Kangxi period