- Doubts about China's economic leadership sap confidence Updated: Aug-30-15 12:55 pm
WASHINGTON - The fear that gripped financial markets this month is a stark one: That China's economy might be slipping into a decline that could persist for years.
- As markets drop, question is: will the Chinese still shop? Updated: Aug-28-15 11:14 am
BICESTER, England - The designer outlet mall of Bicester Village is set in the English countryside near Oxford, but it might as well be in China.
- China's Xi staying the course despite sliding economy Updated: Aug-26-15 9:22 am
BEIJING - What does China's leadership lose politically as a result of the country's precipitous stock market decline? A bit of international swagger, but probably not much else - for now.
- Beijing appears to wind down share-buying - now what? Updated: Aug-25-15 8:25 pm
BEIJING - China's leaders are winding down a strategy of trying to push up slumping stock prices by spending billions of dollars to buy shares.
- China's stock market suffers biggest one-day fall since 2007 Updated: Aug-24-15 5:16 am
BEIJING - China's stock market fell Monday by its biggest margin in eight years, defying the government's multibillion-dollar effort to stop a slide that has wiped out the gains of this year's price boom.
- AP Exclusive: China blast site owner on state firm's board Updated: Aug-21-15 1:05 am
SHANGHAI - The man unveiled as principal owner of the warehouses at the center of deadly blasts in Tianjin also is on the board of a state-owned company that is ultimately controlled by the same powerful entity investigating the explosions, an Associated Press review of public documents found.
- Chinese-led group starts work to lift sunken S. Korea ferry Updated: Aug-19-15 4:47 am
SEOUL, South Korea - A Chinese-led consortium began preliminary work Wednesday to salvage a South Korean ferry that sank last year, killing more than 300 people, officials said.
- Deadly China blast disrupts world's 10th largest port Updated: Aug-13-15 8:12 pm
SHANGHAI - Explosions that sent huge fireballs through China's Tianjin port have disrupted the flow of cars, oil, iron ore and other items through the world's 10th largest port.
- China ordains 1st Catholic bishop since 2012 amid tensions Updated: Aug-05-15 2:01 am
BEIJING - A diocese in central China has ordained the country's first Catholic bishop in three years amid tensions between Beijing and the Vatican and a strained relationship between the Chinese leadership and the Christian religion in general.