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DOMESTIC retailers and online shopping sites are engaging in a new round of price wars to woo consumers.

GERMANY specialty chemicals company Lanxess opened a 400 million euro (US$520.5 million) rubber plant in Singapore today, to meet rising demand in Asia, led by China and India.

CHINA'S inflation rate for May could be the same as for April, analysts predicted before the release of the figures this week.

CHINESE consumer sentiment edged up last month, as unsatisfactory current conditions were offset by an im-provement in consumers' future expectations, a private report showed today.

SHANGHAI stocks ended with the biggest decline in seven weeks after small caps suffered from weak economic data, home appliance makers were hit by expiring government subsidies and the market suffered a glut of unlock shares newly eligible for sale.

Unilaterally upgrading its partnership with the US to one between equals would mean Beijing downgrading its ties with everyone else

CHINESE shares dropped in the morning, led by small-cap companies, after surveys showed small enterprises face difficulties in expanding and some investors sold their holdings to reap profit.

The general manager of the fifth largest Chinese asset manager, Bosera Asset Management, He Bao, has resigned, the company announced in a statement. The Shenzhen-based company has appointed managing director Yang Kun as interim general manager. Mr. He …

THE price of oil rose above US$93 a barrel yesterday at the start of a big week for economic data, culminating in Friday's US nonfarm payrolls report for May.

FOR now, bad news is good for the stock market.

Chinese hotpot chain Sichuan Haidilao revealed to the local media that the company's first restaurant in America is expected to be officially open in September 2013. This new restaurant is reportedly located in the Westfield Shopping Center in the Arca…

Micheal Pettis says: Here are four predictions about the ways China’s rebalancing will affect the global economy: 1. The price of hard commodities will drop sharply. China consumes a disproportionate share of the world’s hard commodities, such as aluminum, copper,…

The real difficulty is over the apparent Chinese desire to carve out a ‘sphere of influence’ in its immediate neighbourhood of east Asia

The move by Huajian Shoes to produce footwear in Ethiopia to save costs has led other shoemakers to consider similar moves, but most have stuck closer to home in Asia

Huajian has signed an agreement with a private equity fund owned by China Development Bank to invest jointly $2bn over 10 years in manufacturing clusters

HOME prices in China rose for the 12th straight month in May, but the pace of growth continued to fall.

Construction continues on the new Rutgers Business School on the Livingston Campus in Piscataway, New Jersey. Spending on US construction projects rose 0.4 percent in April, compared with March, when spending fell a revised 0.8 percent, the US Commerce…

GLOBAL airlines have agreed on a proposal for tackling aircraft emissions in a bid to break international deadlock over an issue that has stoked fears of a carbon trade war.