Economist Lao Man's intentional depression theory posits that the CCP is knowingly driving the economy to ruin to consolidate its control over the people.
This Asian power has experienced a 50% increase in wealth inequality in just two decades. What types of economic reform are called for to avert social...
Li Keqiang served as an aid to Hu Jintao, who pursued economic policies of opening and reform. Mourning Li's death can be seen as a type...
China's Belt and Road project has created enormous debt at home while funding poorly used infrastructure projects in countries that cannot repay their loans.
Massive unemployment, a troubled real estate sector, and an aging population foretell problems for the Chinese economy, but how will it affect Japan and India?
The main share index in Japan, the Nikkei 225, has been breaking records set in the 1990s. Here's what experts are saying about its remarkable bull...
Dai-ichi Life's chief economist believes strong Japanese stocks are due to corporate earnings and shareholder return policies that met investor expectations.
The communist regime in China has become more dangerous with power concentrated at the top and Xi Jinping alone deciding everything of importance.
Experts warn a further increase in China's military spending on the PLA will go towards nuclear weapons or aircraft carriers.
If Beijing refuses to listen, reciprocating China's visa ban is the obvious option for Tokyo. Reciprocity is the international standard.
Weary of China's zero-COVID humanitarian havoc, and the world's ambivalence, China's own citizens took the responsibility of making their voices heard.
Western monetary policy and China's economic instability could be tremors of a global recession, while weak export demand would constrain Japan's growth.