Despite the slowing economy China's ecommerce grew 20% in 2008 to RMB1.95 trillion.
Shaun Rein takes a look at China's auto Industry and it's plans for breaking into foreign markets.
More interest cuts on the way? A Central Bank official claimed that China's relatively high interests rates left room for monetary policymakers to use interests rates as an effective tool to spur growth.
Excellent commentary and analysis on China's economic challeneges by On Point's Tom Ashbrook.
Chinalawblog's non-scientific analyses of MNC plans for 2009 in China.
Being one of the largest holders of US T Bills China isn't going to be happy if Andrew Barry of Barrons is right that the bubble in US treasuries is about to pop.
Single digit growth for China's tax revenue in 2009? Despite the fact that this will be the first time in many years to only see single digit growth in State revenu, still seems optimistic considering the state of the economy.
China worries about 'abnormal' capital flows as cash starts fleeing China now that the RMB is no longer gaining in value.
China's Box office receipts break into the global top 10. Looks like all those pirated DVD sales are starting to pay off.
600 Million square meters of housing were sold in 2008 down from 761.93 million in 2007.