Just a few months ago, it was Donald Trump screaming on TV screens every night accusing China of ripping off the United States.
The US Senate passed the yuan bill last week on the pretext that Americans are upset over their trade deficit with China.
The steady slowdown of the world's second largest economy may disappoint those who are hoping it will be the driving force for the global economy.
Small and medium-sized enterprises need financial credit and broader support to drive the economy and create jobs.
The recent online dispute between Taobao Mall and some of its small and medium-sized vendors highlights the urgency of establishing sound and fully market-based commercial rules, said a South Metropolis Daily editorial. The following are excerpts:
US senators have once again shown their never-ending enthusiasm for attacking China's exchange rate.
The publication of the mileage of toll highways in 12 provinces and municipalities represents a step forward in the transparency of toll roads.
All eyes are on Europe right now. Even in Asia, which so far is blissfully removed from the financial jitters in the West.
Three experts present three different views on group-buying websites.
China and seven other countries should be regarded as "growth markets" which will lead the prosperity of the world economy in the years to come.
Global markets are showing an unusually high degree of volatility.
The central government knows the challenges the country is facing and will try to address them in carrying out the 12th Five-Year Plan.