Against the backdrop of firming coal prices as China's moves to force through domestic coal production cuts, BHP Billiton via its joint venture with Mitsubishi Corp, is among bidders for Anglo American's Australian coking coal assets, which could cost as much as $US1.5 billion.
Only a matter of months after it failed in a bid to take control of a languishing fund invested in Japan, LIM Advisors push to wind up the AMP China Fund managed may be headed for a better outcome
A majority of Chinese tourists plan to maintain or increase their travel spending this year.
Home price rises in China slowed in June for a second straight month, adding to fears that a construction-led rebound in the economy may not be sustainable
How a Chinese tourism boom, and a slide in the number Australians jetting to Bangkok, symbolises big changes in our economy.
Jailed for five years in China on what he says was trumped-up charges, Australian businessman Matthew Ng is determined he can rebuild his life and fortune.
Billionaire Jack Ma is taking the challenge to Apple and Google by pushing Alibaba Group into the car business, joining the global battle to control the automobile dashboard.
Predictions of a Chinese banking system bailout are going mainstream.
Chinese companies have in effect centralised control over a currency designed to be borderless.
Growth in China's manufacturing sector stalled in June, adding to expectations that Beijing will have to roll out more stimulus soon to boost the sluggish economy.
China's gap between profit forecasts and reality is turning into a chasm.
The official Chinese reaction to Brexit has been largely dispassionate, but risk posed by the event is more worrying.
The Shanghai Stock Exchange's reign as the premier venue for trading Chinese equities is coming to an end.
The UK's vote to exit the EU is creating a lot of losers. But out of all of the market turmoil and uncertainty will emerge at least one big winner: China.
By Ben Blanchard
After losing his job of 15 years at Highsee Iron and Steel, Li Xi was not out of work for long. But the 34-year-old had to travel far from home.
BHP Billiton has warned the glut in commodity markets may take a decade to work off as it works to squeeze costs while ramping up output so it can lift cash returns
New Zealand dairy group Fonterra wants to sell eat-at-home ice cream tubs in China following a slump in dairy prices.
Seeking a surer bet than the volatile stock and real estate markets, Chinese investors have sniffed out an investment that will always be in demand.
Steel and iron ore futures in China dropped around 3 per cent on Tuesday, pressured by slow seasonal demand.
Latest Chinese data doing little to clear up uncertainty over the world's second-largest economy.
At least four passengers were injured at Shanghai's Pudong International Airport after an explosion suspected to have been caused by a man who detonated a home-made bomb, authorities said on Sunday.
Think it's too late to buy into the China consumer story that's become the year's favourite investment theme? Think again.
Chasing the promise of outsized returns, 48-year-old businessman He Xiaolun started trading oil last August on a platform developed by the Shaanxi Non-ferrous Metal Exchange.
Australia's biggest vitamin and dairy companies have won a one-year reprieve from China's clampdown on online sales.
Activity in China's manufacturing sector unexpectedly expanded for the third straight month in May.
It's Australia's fastest-growing food maker. But don't expect to find any of its products on your supermarket shelves.
Whether it be a flood of new tourists, demand for wine and food or a free kick for the global game of soccer, China's growth story is more complicated than just a hungry, modernising force.
"We all have to be worried" about China's mounting debt amid slowing growth, says the man who oversees the world's largest money manager.
For years, the vast Chinese market sent thrills of excitement up the spines of corporate managers across the developed world. But that promise turned out to be a mirage for many.
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