China is suspending the production of more than 500 car models that do not meet its fuel economy standards, several automakers confirmed Tuesday
China's economy begins 2018 facing what its own leaders call three years of "critical battles."
China's official factory gauge maintained momentum, suggesting campaigns to reduce both pollution and debt risk haven't curbed output.
China's financial hub of Shanghai will limit its population to 25 million people by 2035 as part of a quest to manage "big city disease".
On the edge of Sydney's Chinatown, a new store has almost sold out of its most popular product: "Kangaroo Power" pills that claim to boost one's libido.
China's accomplishments are real. But they're not necessarily evidence of Western failure or Chinese invincibility.
Holding the 2017 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in Shanghai made perfect sense. What could go wrong? As it turned out, basically everything.
Consumer giant Procter & Gamble is using China's Singles Day online shopping event to sell Chinese women a product they rarely buy: tampons.
Chinese families visiting Australia are helping spread the message about Australian infant formula, and keeping the industry booming.
China's financial system is getting significantly more vulnerable due to high leverage, according to central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan.
Country's lending boom has created a 'systemic financial risk', warns People's Bank governor.
China has reacted to a badly timed credit downgrade by Standard & Poor's, saying the decision was "wrong" and accusing the ratings agency of "misreading" the economy.
If you only read the headlines – or, say, my columns – you might be pessimistic about China's economy. Yet consumer confidence is booming.
China's suspension of exports from Australian beef processors will be raised in meetings in Beijing.
An Audi commercial that aired in theatres and online in China is drawing ire for comparing women to used cars - another bump in the road for the German automaker, which has seen its sales by a third in its former growth market.
Troubled dairy company Bellamy's Australia has hit another roadblock in China as authorities suspended the export licence of Camperdown Powder, a company it just acquired.
Crown staff have been handed shorter than expected jail terms.
Crown staff including executive Jason O'Connor are expected to plead guilty when their court case is heard today in Baoshan District Court, outside Shanghai.
Since staff of James Packer's casino empire were detained in China in October and accused of illegally promoting gambling, Crown's network of offices from Macau to Indonesia appears to have vanished.
In Hong Kong, where housing is even more expensive than in Sydney, micro-apartments are booming.
Shares in CSL were pushed to fresh highs on Tuesday by news of its first acquisition in China.
Glencore bid to buy more coal mines no slam dunk
On top of stricter emission controls and a move toward electric vehicles, Asia's diesel traders now have to worry about sea cucumbers off China's coast.
James Packer's former business partner, billionaire Lawrence Ho, reportedly said in an interview that Crown and other gaming companies had upset the Chinese government by engaging staff in China despite a ban on the marketing of gambling.
Australia risks a future looking like "France and not Singapore", the boss of explosives group Orica has warned
The First Daughter's apparel brand is facing criticism from a labour-rights group for relying on Chinese factories that it says force some employees to work long shifts at the equivalent of about a dollar an hour.
Canada's Teck Resources , Lundin Mining and HudBay Minerals are among a number of suitors that have submitted bids for BHP Billiton's Cerro Colorado copper mine in Chile, people familiar with the matter said.
China reportedly to suspend planning approval for dozens of coal fired power plants
China is one of the few countries in the world today with money to spend, and Xi Jinping is ready to write some cheques.
Chinese investment in Australia surged 11.7 per cent last year to $15.4 billion amid booming demand for agricultural assets and infrastructure, according to a report.
If the thought really does count, make sure you get it right from the start.
Wine subscription services are becoming the new way to find good vintage.
Kym Masters has gone from investment banker to award-winning cheese maker.
A Vegemite sandwich and a squashed banana no longer cut it in Australian school lunchboxes.