Irish beef is served in Irish Embassy in Beijing: Ireland’s agri-food exports to China have increased fivefold from about €200 million in 2010 to approximately €1 billion in 2017.

Irish beef could expand its access to the China market, Minister for Agriculture, Food and Marine Michael Creed has said as analysts told a trade miss(...)

China’s import and export growth accelerated in September, suggesting the world’s second-biggest economy is still expanding at a healthy pace despite (...)

Chinese President Xi Jinping: The key unknown is whether China would continue to boost infrastructure spending for the rest of the year.

China reported stronger-than-anticipated exports and imports for May despite falling commodity prices, suggesting the economy is holding up better tha(...)

China’s imports have now declined for 21 straight months, while exports have fallen for 12 of 13 months.

China’s exports and imports fell more than expected in July in a rocky start to the third quarter, pointing to further weakness in global demand in th(...)

Exports to the European Union, China’s largest trade partner, climbed 1.3 per cent year on year in the first four months

Chinese exports slumped in April after a robust performance in March, sparking fresh anxieties about the health of the world’s second largest economy (...)

 Chinese premier Li Keqiang: Photograph: Mark Schiefelbein – Pool/Getty Images

Producer prices in China fell last month to their lowest level since the immediate aftermath of the global financial crisis, and exports floundered, a(...)

Lower prices for oil and other commodities are delivering China serious savings in its purchases of oil.  Photograph: Jerome Favre/Bloomberg

The “new normal” of lower growth that premier Li Keqiang talks about is also having an impact on demand for oil and other commodities.Lower prices for(...)