A sell-off fever has gripped Asian markets. China's slowdown, the falling oil price, the banking system - the global prospect appears to be very gloomy.
The world's third-largest economy has slid into reverse for the first time in two years as a result of sluggish consumption and seasonal factors. But experts said it was not the beginning of a longer downswing.
Trump’s decision to end the Iran nuclear deal will hit the Iranian economy, although with China and the EU not on board the impact may be less severe than some fear. How Iran's banking system fares could tell us more.
China will allow foreign financial firms to compete on an equal footing and "sharply" expand their business scope. Beijing also promised to refrain from currency devaluation in its trade spat with the US.
This DW series explores China's rise as a global superpower. In this article we examine the "Chinese Dream," which shapes the present and reaches far into the future, encapsulating President Xi's vision for the country.
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