Burgeoning foreign reserves signal that the country's citizens are optimistic and bringing their money back home.
A close reading of the numbers suggests accounting tricks have played a significant role in China's economic data.
Or at least not as fake as some observers have accused it of being.
... make the best of it. China's response to its latest environmental catastrophe shows an evolving grasp of PR.
Huge amounts of cash from a Nasdaq-listed Chinese medical equipment company ended up where it shouldn't have.
Hong Kong's sky-high real estate prices are set for a correction, which could have serious ramifications for banks, jobs, and social unrest in the Chinese territory, the IMF warned today.
Don't expect any major economic reforms under this edition of the Politburo Standing Committee.
It's foreign businesses eager to sell to the country's 1.4 billion potential consumers.
Some cried, while others longed for democracy -- or Hillary Clinton.
The elite is conspicuously embracing a less conspicuous style.
Agriculture is offering the country a plausible way out of the doldrums.
After a massive revolt at one of the infamous Foxconn plants, is this the beginning of the end of China's low-wage manufacturing advantage?