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5 months ago
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Peace and Prosperity in the Taiwan Strait Still Have a Chance

Taiwanese Vice President Lai Ching-te declared victory in the island’s presidential vote on Saturday. Lai’s Democrati...

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5 months ago
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‘Derisking’ China-Reliant Supply Chains Is Creating New Risks

The U.S. and Chinese economies appear to be growing apart. The real story is more complicated, and worrying.

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5 months ago
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How to Bottom Fish for Chinese Stocks in 2024

It has been a wet few years on the high seas of China’s markets. This year there might be more opportunities—if inves...

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6 months ago
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China’s EV Champion BYD Will Take on the World in 2024

Having weathered domestic competition, international expansion is the car maker’s next priority

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6 months ago
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2024 Could Be the Year of the Yen

The Bank of Japan waited out the rest of the world’s rate hikes. Now the yen is rebounding.

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6 months ago
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The Chip Wars Are Metastasizing

All areas of the supply chain are becoming battlegrounds. Next up: chip packaging, where China has considerable heft.

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6 months ago
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China’s Yuan Is Quietly Gaining Ground

The currency’s use abroad has risen sharply. That could complicate the impact of any future Western sanctions.

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6 months ago
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Nippon Makes Steely Bet on a U.S. Manufacturing Renaissance

Japan’s Nippon Steel is betting that it can profit from an industrial renaissance—and duck treacherous American politics

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6 months ago
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Don’t Buy China’s November Recovery

Country Garden, once seen as one of China’s most stable property developers, is now struggling financially, leaving t...

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6 months ago
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Will the End of Fossil Fuels Spoil the Lucky Country’s Streak?

Australia’s moniker has often proved apt in part because of its plentiful natural resources. It is also uniquely vuln...

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6 months ago
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TikTok Strikes Back in Indonesia

A government crackdown on ‘social’ e-commerce appears to have backfired with TikTok’s takeover of a local champion

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6 months ago
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How China’s Education Firms Survived the Crackdown

China’s tutoring firms, high profile victims of the 2021 regulatory crackdown, are surprise stock winners in 2023

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7 months ago
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The Rise of Temu’s Chinese Parent Will Reshape E-Commerce

PDD, the owner of fast-growing Temu, is muscling into the U.S. in a way Alibaba never did

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7 months ago
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Pressure Is Building in China’s Financial Plumbing

Signs of indigestion in China’s money markets are an ominous sign—particularly given shadow-bank troubles and enormou...

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7 months ago
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Warren Buffett Is Going Big, Not Home, in Japan

The Nikkei touched a 33-year high as a move by Buffett stirred speculation that he might increase his bet on Japanese...

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7 months ago
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Apple Had Better Watch Its Back in China

Apple dominated the premium handset market for most of the pandemic years, partly thanks to the troubles of competito...

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7 months ago
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Alibaba’s Spinoff Plans Fall to Earth

New York shares of the Chinese e-commerce giant are down 8% premarket after it said it would abandon its cloud segmen...

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7 months ago
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It’s Too Soon to Bet on China’s Housing Turnaround

Chinese housing stocks jumped after an unconfirmed report of stronger support for the market—and very poor housing data

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7 months ago
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Beauty Stocks Tell an Ugly Story About China

Are Chinese consumers clawing their way back, or not? Cosmetic brand Shiseido’s plummeting China sales—and stock pric...

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7 months ago
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China’s Middle East Clout Has Limits

Asian country’s economic influence won’t grow endlessly as its overseas investment and energy-demand growth slow down

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7 months ago
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A ‘Zelda’ Movie Could Mint Money for Nintendo

Fresh off the success of ‘The Super Mario Bros. Movie,’ Nintendo is eyeing another possible box office smash

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7 months ago
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It May Be Too Late to Fend Off China’s Battery Giants

China is the world leader in processing lithium and it is making major, risky investments to secure raw lithium in La...

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8 months ago
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Beware a Chinese Fall Stall

Sudden weakness in October purchasing managers indexes raises prospect of another stall-out like the one that deraile...

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8 months ago
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Yield Curve Control Joins the Living Dead

Japan’s Halloween decision to nix its official bond yield cap means ‘yield curve control’ has one foot in the grave—b...

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8 months ago
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TSMC Thinks the Turn in the Chip Cycle Is Nigh

Results from the world’s largest contract chipmaker hint that the long downturn in prices could finally be ending. Me...

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8 months ago
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China Stabilizes, in the Shadow of Country Garden and Evergrande

A record number of Chinese college students graduated this summer, but landing their dream job may be a long shot. WS...

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8 months ago
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Memory-Chip Stocks Can Ride the AI Gravy Train, Too

Memory-chip prices could finally rebound soon. Meanwhile, SK Hynix and Samsung are benefiting from the artificial-int...

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8 months ago
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China’s Teetering Local Debt Mountain, in Six Charts

Beijing might have no choice but to bail out cities and provinces—and soon

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8 months ago
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China’s Country Garden Wilts

Country Garden, once seen as one of China’s most stable property developers, is now struggling financially, leaving t...

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9 months ago
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Macau Casinos Get Their Mojo Back

Visitors are finally returning to Macau and pumping up revenue. But certain casino stocks look much better placed to ...

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9 months ago
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Does China’s Property Bust Make a Financial Crisis Inevitable?

Perhaps not—if Beijing plays its cards right. But serious damage to the nation’s prospects is still likely. A look at...

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9 months ago
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Higher Rates Are Supercharging Japan’s Banks

After years of low margins, a quiet sea change is under way

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9 months ago
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Huawei’s Breakthrough Still Shows China’s Limits in Tech Race

After working for years to catch up on U.S. technology, China has developed a chip that can rival Nvidia’s powerful A...

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10 months ago
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BYD, China’s Tesla, Is Coming for the World

From jets to electric vehicles to supercomputers, WSJ talked to different industry and technology experts about how t...

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10 months ago
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China’s Neighbors Shouldn’t Cheer On Its Slowdown

A record number of Chinese college students graduated this summer, but landing their dream job may be a long shot. WS...

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10 months ago
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Toyota-Supplier Denso Is Ready for the EV Era

Every year, The Wall Street Journal’s Heard on the Street columnists pick the stocks they love and loathe and track t...

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10 months ago
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Apple’s Key Supplier, Foxconn, Will Shake Off the Pandemic Blues

Every year, The Wall Street Journal’s Heard on the Street columnists pick the stocks they love and loathe and track t...

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10 months ago
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U.S. Steel Can Ride the Coattails of a U.S. Manufacturing Boom

Every year, The Wall Street Journal’s Heard on the Street columnists pick the stocks they love and loathe and track t...

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10 months ago
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Beijing’s Stock Market Playbook Won’t Work for Long

Return to old tactics to prop up market will only help short-term

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