Stock market turmoil and export slumps – the Chinese economy's soaring growth rates have become a thing of the past. Millions of jobs are at risk. Beijing is responding with structural reforms. Among the losers are migrant workers.
The EU hasn't yet had another system to link its emissions trading system with. But a national Chinese scheme launching later this year could be a game-changer.
Britain handed Hong Kong back to China 20 years ago. Beijing should now understand that the "one country, two systems" principle has given rise to an independent generation of Hong Kong residents, says DW's Frank Sieren.
A man has been found alive after being buried in rubble for more than two days in Shenzhen. More than 50 people are still missing following a landslide in the Chinese industrial city.
More and more Chinese migrant workers are going home to stay. Not only because of China's faltering economy, but because they want a better quality of life, says DW's Frank Sieren.
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