FMG chief dismisses accusation that miners are driving up prices.
Legal battle with Citic Pacific damages Aust-China relations: report.
Minerals Council CEO warns miners risk missing out when market corrects.
Treasury Wine Estates’ product reportedly subject of heavy discounting.
Chinese mining company plans to inject $900 million into troubled miner.
Contrary to sources, companies say they are still negotiating.
Seen as a positive move in legitimising the currency.
US lawmakers express concern deal could pose eavesdropping threat.
US vice president looks to defuse issue of new air zone, outlines relationship importance.
Investigation into Chinese national expected to put further strain on relations with China.
Activity in China's services sector expanded in Nov, but at a slower rate.
Chinese state media slams Britain during UK PM’s visit
Steady restart expected in January after a ban of over a year.
New editor Peter Cai outlines his vision for China Spectator.
A new era of Chinese investment in Australia is upon us, and this time it’s not driven by large state-owned enterprises but by more nimble Chinese private interests.
If unleashed, China's massive foreign reserves have the power to dramatically affect asset prices. In Australia it could turn the home ownership dream into a tenant reality.
China's vast foreign exchange reserves have reached peak capacity. Now the country's central bankers are looking for ways to invest the country's vast holdings – including a $500 million Australian resource fund.
The Communist Party's reform manifesto aims to level the playing field for privately-owned small and medium enterprises.
While there are concerns that tensions between Australia and China could impact the free-trade agreement process, escalating regional disputes may compel Beijing to ratify the agreement sooner.