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As investing and bank lending skyrocket, lifting China's GDP, debates are raging over Beijing's next monetary policy step.

Thousands of armed police had to disperse crowds in a Hubei Province city after a young man's death stirred grief -- and rage.

A deal for a key stake in Shenzhen Development Bank was a money-maker for the seller and a feather in Ping An's cap.

Three Ping An executives describe the strategic context and consequences of the Shenzhen Development Bank buyout.

Suspicions cloud what some are calling one of China's largest cases of psychogenic illness and others say was toxic gas poisoning.

China's nationwide health response to a new strain of flu has been tough, extensive and built on the lessons of SARS.

The construction phase of the Three Gorges dam and reservoir ends this year. But follow-up tasks -- and project woes -- abound.

Unfinished business after the G-20 summit revolves around the IMF, including U.S. funding and China's membership quota.

What seemed an ideal match-up between juice maker Huiyuan and Coca-Cola failed an antitrust review for more reasons than one.

Local government costs and doctor pay are among the unfinished issues for health care reformers, whose task appears far from done.

Give credit to the China Development Bank for China's new Russian energy, Brazilian oil and Australian mine investments.

Overseas resource deals used to be controversial, or failures, for China. Chinalco's latest bid for Rio Tinto may change all that.

Four years after buying unionized Korean carmaker Ssangyong, China's SAIC is happy to get out – and licking its wounds.

Advocates of expansion want China's rail system to build its way to progress, while others fear risks and reform may be neglected.

With the world still smarting from the financial crisis, can China lead the way to a revival of commodities prices?

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