US president Donald Trump will meet with China’s premier Xi Jinping this week for the first time since moving into the White House.
Meat packers in Brazil – the world’s biggest red meat and poultry exporter – have allegedly been selling rotten and salmonella-tainted produce.
China, South Korea, Chile and the European Union (EU) have suspended imports of meat from Brazil, amid allegations that the produce sourced from the Latin American country is unsafe to eat.
Historically, dairy has not been an integral part of the Chinese diet.
Russia has been holding on to its Cold War role as the world’s second biggest arms exporter, yet this position is under threat.
British online supermarket giant Ocado has reported double-digit sales growth in its latest quarter.
Today the 87th Geneva Motor Show has gotten underway.
India and China are economic rivals in Asia.
The cryptocurrency bitcoin’s hit a milestone, and a quite a big one.
Despite his humble beginnings, Wang Wei, the 46-year-old owner of SF Express, became the country’s third richest man on Tuesday, after his company made its debut on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.
As bitcoin nudges its all time high of about $1,140 the good people at Investoo have put together an infographic of the cryptocurrency’s darker times.
Despite the Chinese government saying it expects births in the country to reach 21m by 2020, data suggests the actual figure will be significantly lower than this.
Baidu (known as the ‘Google of China’) last year partnered up with KFC to form the first ever ‘smart restaurant’ in Beijing, China.
Love isn’t always a bed of roses, but it can be this Valentine’s Day because Chinese life insurer, China Life, has launched love insurance for young romantics.
China’s producer price inflation (PPI) has reached a near-six year high in January, adding to mounting price pressures in the country.
The infiltration of the US Democratic Party’s email servers, the major power outage in Ukraine, and Sony’s massive data breach are just some of the damaging cyber attacks carried out by sophisticated hackers over the last few years.
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Can a direct freight train between China and London deliver stronger trade relations between the two countries?
China looks set to maintain its position as global leader when it comes to solar energy.
After doubling its solar energy capacity in 2016, China has been crowned the world’s biggest producer of the renewable energy resource.
Later today Amazon is expected to strong earnings and sales when it unveils fourth-quarter results, buoyed by a record Christmas season.
The tech sector is increasingly driving people to restaurants and fast food outlets in China.
Today the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists moved the Doomsday Clock 30 seconds closer to midnight amid what they called mounting “threats” to global security.
US president Donald Trump is promising to change the way the US spends on defence and the UK’s Trident nuclear programme is under pressure.
Think Amazon combined with eBay combined with PayPal combined with Twitter – add to that a bank and wealth manager – that’s Alibaba Group for you, and not even in its entirety.
The US formally withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) yesterday, the trade agreement negotiated by former president Barack Obama but never approved by the US Congress.
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It’s all still happening in Davos! Here’s what to look out for on day two of the 47th annual World Economic Forum.
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The wind energy market is forecast to peak at $81bn in 2019, before experiencing a sudden drop the following year to $71.21bn, according to a report published today by consulting firm GlobalData.