China has unwrapped its boldest set of economic and social reforms in nearly three decades. We spoke to DW China Department head Matthias von Hein and New York correspondent Jens Korte about the measures.
The People's Bank of China has set the country's currency to its lowest level since February 2011, following remarks by the US central bank chief that an interest rate hike may be imminent in the coming months.
US Fed chairwoman Janet Yellen is sensing "considerable uncertainty" with regard to the American economy and warns of "significant repercussions" if Britain votes to break with the European Union.
Beijing's new stock market rules are no guarantee for stable markets, as this week has shown. But at least they prevent the situation from temporarily worsening, says DW's Frank Sieren.
An organization representing European business in China has called for less restrictive market access in the country. The criticism comes as the world’s major economies gear up for the next G20 summit in Hangzhou.
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