Economics Category

California is trapped — between two authoritarian regimes that want to fight each other. One is headquartered in Beijing; the other is taking power in Washington, D.C. But it’s striking how much they have in common.Read More
The Made In China label has become synonymous with cheap fabrics and fast fashion — but that’s changing just as quickly as the industry grew.Read More
From panda bears to people-to-people exchanges, America has been infatuated with the People's Republic of China for years. Read More
A cheaper yuan tends to make overseas trips more expensive for Chinese travellers. But judging by the numbers -- the depreciation is not holding back China's outbound tourists.Read More
China insiders comment on how Trump won, and share their views on the possible impact of his aggressively anti-China stance. Read More
The explosive growth of spending overseas by Chinese tourists dwarfs the increase in the number of Chinese traveling abroad. The most likely reason? Disguised capital outflows.Read More
Chinese investments have begun to sustain or have created local jobs across the U.S. In some instances, Chinese investors can be a source of growth capital to help U.S. firms expand capacity.Read More
China may have many problems. But it is not due for a hard landing.Read More
China's luxury-alcohol makers are seeing business rebound after a sales decline of over three years that began with the central government's crackdown on extravagance and corruption. Read More
China has begun implementing an official policy for a 4.5-day work week as part of an effort to boost domestic consumption and leisure spending. As a result, South Korea is expected to benefit.Read More