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A Japanese firm wants to overtake ABB to become the biggest supplier of robots to China.
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IA look at how China has managed to avoid large scale power shortages this summer.
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After a four month vacancy, China Investment Corp has a new chairman
No one is hurting more in China than the steel industry, but try as the government might to stop it, expansion of production capacity continues.
Q & A with Wen Zongyu on how China’s leaders plan to restructure and guide liquidity away from asset bubbles and into the real economy.
Try as the government might to subdue housing inflation, nothing seems to be working
The new instant messaging software poses a challenge to market leader WeChat
Another high level China Mobile executive has fallen, bringing the total number to 14 since 2009
The American electric car maker hoped to enter China this year, but that looks increasingly unlikely
Ma Zehua has been called in to help turn China's largest shipping company around.
Chinese outsourcing services firms are fleeing the U.S. stock market.
Mainland parents who give birth in Hong Kong are facing huge problems educating their child
China’s ultra-wealthy are starting to realize they need protection
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Extensive traffic reduction initiatives are still falling short
A criminal psychologist explains why so many in China are resorting to senseless violence and what we can do about it
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A look at how ambitious executives at China's major state-owned enterprises hope to be transferred to government posts.
Meet the woman standing up for the rights of mainland-Chinese immigrants in Taiwan.
Why no one wants to lead China's $500 billion sovereign wealth fund.
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The PBC reiterated that housing credit policy remains unchanged.

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