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- Thedore Roethke

Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

From the underground banks of southern China to deliberately overpaying for imports, Chinese residents have a dizzying plethora of ways to spirit money away from the economic uncertainties of home and toward the safer shores of hard currency.

BEIJING—China is moving to rein in its fast-growing and innovative online finance sector, which offers a glimpse of how the rest of the world may someday handle money but has seen a number of high-profile abuses. ​​

Thursday, 17 December 2015 11:18

Microsoft Unveils Plans for China Joint Venture

Microsoft Corp. disclosed new details of a plan to work with a Chinese partner to accelerate adoption of the Windows 10 operating system introduced last summer.

BEIJING—China’s new pledge to unpeg its currency from the U.S. dollar underscores a difficult fact for Beijing: Actions by the U.S. Federal Reserve could blunt its efforts to rekindle Chinese growth.

SHENZHEN, China— Li Jiang’s journey from village rice fields to a concrete dorm room of snoring men has played out millions of times as migrant workers have reached for a piece of the China dream.

SHENZHEN, China— Li Jiang’s journey from village rice fields to a concrete dorm room of snoring men has played out millions of times as migrant workers have reached for a piece of the China dream.

Sino-Japanese relations remain frosty amid ongoing territorial tensions and in the wake of China’s massive military parade lauding Japan’s World War II defeat. But Chinese tourists are flocking to the Land of the Rising Sun in unprecedented numbers, according to newly-released data.

What would a Chinese buyer get with Starwood Hotels? A lot of Chinese hotel rooms.

Three possible Chinese suitors have emerged for Starwood, one of the world’s largest hotel companies. While no offers have been made, Starwood’s debt-adjusted market value of $14 billion would make a deal the largest-ever Chinese takeover of a U.S. company.

SHANGHAI—China plans to tighten oversight of online private-car-hailing services, a market in which Uber Technologies Inc. and its Chinese rivals plan to spend billions of dollars to generate potential growth.

If strictly enforced, the rules could deal a blow to such companies, crimping their carpooling services in China and requiring them to operate in a higher-cost, regulated fashion akin to traditional taxis.

Tuesday, 06 October 2015 11:14

China’s Middle-Class Dreams in Peril

XINXIANG, China—In this city of almost 6 million people, a successful English-language school illustrates the aspirations of an emerging middle class.

Deng Yi’ou, its 38-year-old owner, owns a house and car, and her school is flourishing as more parents pay 650 yuan (around $100) a month for afternoon English classes for their children.

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