Beijing wants Chinese firms to be able to import labour for Aust projects: report.
The world's biggest pork producer says it plans to raise up to $US5.3 billion ($A5.66 billion) in an initial public offering.
China's appetite for gold is waning after a decade long buying spree, suppressed by the country's economic slowdown and constrained credit markets.
Strong Chinese policies to reduce coal dependency seen curbing growth, but Asian demand remains buoyant.
Glencore Xstrata sells large copper mine to Chinese consortium led by MMG.
PM abandons hardline stance on Chinese state-owned enterprises in bid to secure FTA.
Lender to support high-quality direct foreign investment in Aust by Chinese enterprises.
Govt plans to change foreign investment laws will likely meet Senate resistance.
Labor and the Australian Greens are holding back any praise of Tony Abbott's trip to Asia, while the prime minister hails the trade mission a success.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott says improving defence co-operation means Chinese troops could exercise with Australian forces and even US Marines.
The stock exchanges in Hong Kong and Shanghai will begin cross-trading in a move that will open up China's capital markets.
ASX-listed firm hoping to cash in on ageing Chinese population: report.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has positioned itself perfectly to capture the strong growth in China’s consumer market by creating a credit culture in a country where trust is still a weak spot.
Beijing's stance against reckless stimulus is its clearest signal of departure from GDPism. If this extends to successful structural reform, the country could add up to $1.9 trillion to GDP.
By changing his stance on Chinese investment, the Prime Minister has shown he’s willing to eschew ideology in favour of pragmatism. His chances of clinching an FTA within a year are now much better.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott will have to rein in his junior Coalition partner to clinch an all-important FTA agreement with the country's most important trading partner.
Investors are becoming increasingly concerned about the deteriorating loan quality of Chinese banks, with a number of trends only serving to aggravate the issue.
China consumes slightly more coal than all other countries in the world combined. Bold structural reform will be required to kick the habit.
A spike in Chinese banks’ non-performing loans bears a striking resemblance to Japan's banking system before it crashed, but a new report shows how Beijing is better-placed to deal with any potential crisis.