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  • Grads Remake China Workforce as High-End Threat to U.S.

    Barely 26 years old, Zhang Xi has studied at an elite American university, worked for an investment bank in Hong Kong and an oil company in Beijing and now may launch an Internet startup with two friends.

  • China Fake Data to Skew More Export Numbers

    China’s data distortions will muddy analysis of the nation’s trade until at least June, making it harder to assess the strength of the world’s biggest exporter and second-largest economy.

  • China Exports Unexpectedly Fell in March

    China’s exports and imports unexpectedly fell in March as Premier Li Keqiang said the nation will roll out more policies to support growth while avoiding stronger stimulus.

  • China Leverage Seen Rising Through 2016

    China’s debt is poised to keep expanding faster than the economy through at least 2016, testing the limits of a credit-driven growth model that’s already exceeded the imbalances in Japan before its lost decade.

  • China Manufacturing Index Little Changed in March

    Chinese manufacturing gauges pointed to weakness in the world’s second-biggest economy that could prompt the Communist Party leadership to roll out additional support measures.

  • Li Target Challenged by China Exports, Producer Prices

    China’s biggest drop in exports since 2009 and deepening factory-gate deflation highlight the challenges for Premier Li Keqiang in achieving this year’s economic-growth target of 7.5 percent.

  • China Export Prowess Wanes in U.S., Europe

    The Made in China label is losing traction with its two biggest customers. After three decades of gains, China’s share of U.S. imports has plateaued and in Europe it’s in decline.

  • China Record Credit Growth Boosts Outlook for Economy

    Record new credit in China in January will help the economy maintain momentum while highlighting challenges for officials trying to limit the risk of financial turbulence from defaults and bad loans.

  • China’s Subsidies End Prompts Forecasts for Slower Growth

    Chinese carmaker BYD Co. may be getting some bad news as it prepares to start selling in the U.S. next year. A planned reduction in government subsidies and a phase-out of interest-rate controls threaten to raise costs for it and thousands of companies across China.

  • China Factory Slowdown Underscores Li’s Growth Challenges

    Two Chinese manufacturing indexes fell last month, adding to challenges for growth as Premier Li Keqiang maps out the government’s strategy to the nation’s legislature this week in Beijing.

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