Official data indicates that the number of new foreign-invested enterprises has seen a surge since the start of 2018.
A new report indicates that the vast majority of China’s artificial intelligence firms are still struggling to turn a profit.
The securities regulator says that it hopes to increase the inclusion factor of renminbi-denominated Chinese A shares on MSCI indices as soon as possible.
Domestics analysts say that the performance of the Chinese economy remains the primary concern for the People’s Bank of China when it comes to setting interest rates, after it refrained from following the latest hike by the US Fed.
The chair of one’s China’s big four state-owned banks has warned of the perils of fintech and online finance.
The head of the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission (CBIRC) has warned investors of the perils of illicit financial activities that promise lucrative rewards.
Financial regulators have provided China’s big state-owned banks with additional credit quotas in order to ease tighter monetary conditions arising from Beijing’s ongoing deleveraging campaign.
A leading expert on China’s financial system says that the country’s banks are still under heavy stress, and that Beijing will soon need to make a hard choice between effective deleveraging of the economy and propping up GDP growth.
Analysts expect the Chinese government’s recent move to lift restrictions on qualified foreign institutional investors (QFII) to spur investment in domestic A-shares.
The latest data from the Ministry of Finance (MOF) indicates that the total debt balance of China’s local governments exceeded 16 trillion yuan as of the end of last month.