Some analysts say the Chinese economy could grow stronger by the year's end.
As more global trade wars loom ahead, the Canadian government is expected to make a decision in mid-October on CNOOC Ltd's $15.1 billion bid for Nexen.
As economic problems in China persist, the public has grown concerned about sustainable economic growth, and some economists have even called for new economic reforms.
If China's economy were not what it is today, the rest of the world would probably be worse off, says Pascal Lamy, director-general of the World Trade Organization.
A US report that blamed two leading Chinese telecom companies, Huawei and ZTE, for possible threats to US national security is totally groundless and comes out of protectionism.
US politicians should should let business be business and refrain from dragging Chinese companies into the battle for the White House.
The questions left unanswered are where and how the money collected over the past 16 years has been used.
"Gold might be a barometer of failed economic policies. Investing in barometers is not the answer; responsible economic policies are."
When Fred Hochberg, chairman and president of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, led a business delegation to China last month, he thought of how quickly the country had transformed from "a society that hadn't seen Polaroid cameras in 1981" to becoming the world's largest market for vehicles.
If you ask the wrong question, you will get the wrong answer. In economics and politics, it seems that all too often the wrong question is asked. Across Europe, for instance, too few are asking the key question about where growth is going to come from. Across Asia and large parts of the Middle East and Africa, meanwhile, the key issue for business is China. But what is the key question that should be asked?
China should give priority to the exploitation of coal-bed gas rather than shale gas, an energy expert has suggested.
China's urbanization should be jointly pushed forward with industrialization and agricultural modernization in a coordinated way.