China’s manufacturing activity shrinks in July

Firms were positive demand will pick up in the coming year.

China needs stronger gov’t push to meet EV goals following disappointing sales: UOB

Made in China electric cars will likely continue to gain a wider audience overseas.

Outlook still positive for China’s semiconductor sector with shift to mature processes

SMIC will likely have to delay expansion plans in its Beijing and Shanghai fabs.

China’s factory activity slows in June, manufacturers less optimistic: survey

Sluggish global economy dampens new orders for the country widely known as the world’s factory.

China's May PMIs raise concerns over recovery momentum: UOB

Weak data dampens confidence in economic recovery, heightening calls for government support.

Majority of Chinese motorists consider going electric over petrol, the highest globally: survey

German cars are still the most popular among consumers but Chinese brands are catching up fast, according to Simon-Kucher.

China smartphone market seen bottoming in Q3: analyst

UOB’s top picks are Sunny Optical and Xiaomi.

China’s manufacturing activity hit five-month low in May

The slump in new orders, production, inventory and employment dragged the official manufacturing PMI last month.

iPhone 14 discounts continued to rise in China, Jefferies says

E-commerce sites are giving more discounts on iPhone 14 models amid weak smartphone sales.

China overtakes Japan as world’s top car exporter on strong EV sales

Car exports rose significantly in Q1 as Chinese EV brands gained popularity overseas.

BMW to invest RMB10b for new battery production plan in China

The batteries will be crucial in the planned local production of its Neue Klasse EVs by 2026.

Foreign car makers may see market share in China shrink on slow EV transition: study

Car manufacturers that are faster to adopt EVs will have an edge in the world’s largest auto market.

China’s manufacturing activity contracts in April: official data

The official April PMI marked China's first contraction in its manufacturing sector since December.

Chinese CEOs more optimistic than global peers despite manufacturing disruption

Climate risks can pose a great threat to China’s supply chains, PwC said.