Economics Category

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
Chinese investment in acquisitions, new operations and expansions in the United States hit a record 15 billion U.S. dollars in 2015 and is set to reach twice that this year.Read More
In 2015, the largest destination countries for Chinese tourists attracted almost a third more visits from China than the year beforeRead More
Nielsen’s latest findings on confidence of Chinese consumer shows many are still have a strong desire to spend despite the country’s slowing economic growth.Read More
Despite fears of an economic slowdown in China, the devaluation of the yuan, and stock market turmoil making headlines throughout January, the number of Chinese people travelling abroad is set to grow.Read More
Luxury Brands have been battling with a growing number of Chinese Counterfeits for a long time.Read More
With immigration and reproductive rights as hot-button issues in upcoming US elections, it’s worth considering how China’s one-child policy has affected its largest trading partner.Read More