A phone conversation on Wednesday between new Philippines president Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and Chinese President Xi Jinping, has laid the foundations for closer ties between the two Asian nations.
A leading investment advisor has dismissed suggestions China Evergrande is recovering from its debt crisis, warning the real estate giant is more trouble than ever.
Government data released on Monday shows China's unemployment rate rose to 6.1% in April. It is the highest unemployment rate recorded in China since February 2020 during the early stages of the COVID-19 outbreak. But could the outlook be improving for Chinese…
ANALYSIS: When the US Bureau of Labor Statistics releases its monthly Consumer Price Index Report later today, there's one key number that many analyst think could spark a major share market rally.
The Government of the Australian state of New South Wales, which covers the city of Sydney and much of Australia's famous 'outback' is funding the rollout of 3500 EV charging stations on rural roads.
China's fourth largest property developer is looking to sell one of its key assets amid fears it'll miss a major debt repayment and spark market panic of a similar scale to that seen during the Evergrande crash.
The shocking new structures emerging on Shanghai streets as residents lament “lockdown of information”
Despite a sharp drop in new COVID-19 cases on Monday, the Chinese Government is still showing no signs of easing the draconian Shanghai lockdown as shocking new images emerge from the city.
Even with a seemingly insurmountable debt burden the China Evergrande catastrophe many predicted has been avoided. Now there are signs the company could be back on track.
Current strict lockdowns in many major cities in China – as the country tries to eradicate the spread of COVID – are not only affecting its local citizens, but also having flow-on impacts on trading partners, including Australia, according to agribusiness…