Yuan reference rate hits high
The People's Bank of China on Wednesday set the daily reference rate of the yuan against the dollar at 6.1980, the highest in 19 years.
Home prices rise slower in April
New home prices rose at a slower pace in Chinese cities in April as the government's recent tightening measures started to take effect.
JPM cuts China's GDP forecast
JP Morgan joined an increasing number of foreign institutions that have lowered their expectations for China's.
Trades more with emerging economies
How the rich preserve wealth?
China property investment tops Asia
Tax revenue on property surges
Chinese see higher home prices
COSCO creates partnership with ANL
COSCO has partnered with the Melbourne-based Australian shipping company ANL Container Line.
Tests confirm Nongfu Spring safe
Nongfu Spring has received support from the Zhejiang provincial government.
A-share firms' profits flat-lining
The overall financial performances of companies listed on the A-share market reached the lowest level last year since 2008.
Property prices rise in March
US not to name China as manipulator
Vantone to launch real estate fund
Shanghai announce property details
Starbucks upbeat about China
Exporters hit hard by rising yuan
For chairman of Wenzhou Jialunte Textile & Finery, 2013 has been the worst of the past five years for his business.
Top SOEs slammed by auditor
The National Audit Office released the 2011 financial audit report for 10 State-owned enterprises.
Real estate continues its climb
Local govts sell less land
Vanke participant at Milan Expo 2015
Chinese property market confusing
Middle class with property
IT driving force of financial reform
IT has been a driving force of financial reform and the Chinese financial sector has already entered a digital period.
3 corps ordered to return profits
Shanghai Court ordered three defendants in a stock-trading dispute to return a combined value of about 223 million yuan.
Lenders' asset quality declines
Agricultural Bank of China's booth at a banking trade show in Beijing. Out of 16 listed Chinese banks.
ICBC tops Forbes as largest company
ICBC has replaced Exxon Mobil Corp as the world's biggest public company for the first time.
India calls for Chinese investment
India is calling for Chinese investment especially in its infrastructure sector.
China needs to rebalance economy
Beijing's new property rules
Overseas boom for builders
Greenland to tap property market
Developers report robust sales