Economics Category

China's stock markets may have crashed in early 2016 and its economy showing continued signs of weakness, but Chinese nationals are proving to be a resilient lot when it comes to travel consumption.Read More
Tourism continued to boost the economy last year with investment and consumption rising, official data showed yesterday.Read More
Another slump in Chinese markets has led to global market turmoil. We should get used to it.Read More

Posted On January 1, 2016By StefanIn Economics, News

China & ASEAN seek to further boost Ties

China and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations are looking to boost cooperation as they gear up to mark the 25th anniversary of China-ASEAN dialogue relations. Read More
The two sides will work toward expanding and shaping U.S.-China travel and tourism, and strengthening the bond between our two peoples.Read More
According to the statistics, the number of Chinese outbound tourists in 2014 totaled 107 million, a year-on-year growth of 19.5%. It is expected that the year 2015 will see a year-on-year growth of 16% or higher.Read More
The depreciation of the yuan has a wide range of impacts, but as far as aviation is concerned, China's outbound market outlook remains bright. Read More
PayPal’s launch of its China Connect service in collaboration with UnionPay provides a direct link between China’s consumers and the online payment system’s network of global merchants. Read More
Which Companies Win and Lose? And How Much Should Brands Worry?Read More
The quadrupling of Chinese tourism over the last four years has been super-charging retail sales in California. But ...Read More