Competition in China’s start-up sector is tough, and workers are expected to put in ever longer hours. For many, living at the office during the week has become normality.
In China churches are being demolished and new laws are set to increase monitoring of religious activities. As more Chinese turn to Christianity, the Communist Party sees a rival in a struggle for hearts and minds.
One year after Donald Trump's inauguration, US trading partners in Europe and Asia are largely in agreement that it could have been much worse. But what is going to happen in the smoldering trade dispute with China?
A 177-year-old Dutch tradition could soon come to a close, if fashion retailer C&A is sold to Chinese investors. But could new owners really help the fashion house beat off stiff global competition?
The US has classified China and Russia as its main military competitors in a strategy document. Moscow has dismissed Washington's defense policy as "imperialist," while China said it represented a "Cold War mentality."
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