Weekly Must-Read: What’s Behind China’s Mortgage Strikes?
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Developers were allowed to skirt rules designed to ensure they could afford to finish building homes buyers had already paid for — then the market turned
Vast, diverse region is strategically placed and promises dynamic growth, but it also may offer opportunities for superpower cooperation
SEC says American oversight agency couldn’t fully review e-commerce giant’s fiscal 2022 books as negotiators appear deadlocked
Broadened restrictions will further disrupt China’s push to build up its homegrown capacity for advanced electronics technology
Covid-19 has underscored the need to improve how such emergencies are funded, experts say
The much-awaited July meeting called for the best result possible, a sign that the government is de-emphasizing the ambitious growth goal set in March
Low profits and onerous reporting standards put stakeholders under pressure to ‘cook the books’
The delegates will officially elect around 200 members of the party’s top decision-making body, the Central Committee, which will in turn formally name the seven-member Politburo Standing Committee — China’s top leaders
To fit the changing economy, the sector must do more to boost innovation and properly implement regulation, writes Huang Yiping
What had gotten so many homebuyers fed up
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