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China Shifts Back to Emphasizing Economic Stability

HONG KONG—China shifted its focus back to keeping growth stable as a string of policies to curb debt and speculation have triggered a...

China’s Latest Challenge Is Engineering a Soft Landing for a Sputtering Economy

HONG KONG—Chinese leaders are trying to reverse a sharp growth slowdown without abandoning policies that triggered much of the weakness to begin with—a...

Elon Musk Comes Out Against Federal Electric-Vehicle Spending

Elon Musk took aim at a signature Biden administration legislative proposal and said China...

Japan Approves Extra Defense Spending and Sets a Record

TOKYO—Japan’s cabinet approved a boost in defense spending that for the first time will...

Elon Musk’s Tax Bill on Stock Options Fell Along With Tesla’s Share Price

Elon Musk already faces a federal tax bill topping $3.5 billion on exercising ...

WSJ News Exclusive | China Weighs Moderating Property Curbs to Help Troubled Developers Unload Assets

Chinese regulators, wary of financial risks spreading as a result of their crackdown on...

Elon Musk’s Possible Tesla Share Sale Comes as Tax Bill Looms

Elon Musk’s pledge to sell 10% of his Tesla Inc. stock highlights...

U.K., Canada Lead West in Weaning Economies Off Covid-19 Pandemic Support

LONDON—The U.K. dialed back government stimulus for the fast growing British economy, one of the...

China Plans Property-Tax Trials as It Targets Speculation

The National People’s Congress Standing Committee, the country’s top legislative body, passed the tax-pilot program on Saturday, the official Xinhua News Agency reported....

Brazil Markets Hit by Worries About Government Spending

SÃO PAULO—Brazil’s stock market has lost about $70 billion in value this week after President ...

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