Some 60 percent of China's wealthiest are thinking of leaving - and many have already put money away offshore.
At this week’s annual National People’s Congress, top leaders have been stressing issues such as skyrocketing house prices, worrying inflation, and workers’ wages.
From the halls of Congress to the World Trade Organization, US officials are increasingly criticizing China trade and currency policies – blaming them for America's huge trade deficit.
The World Bank agreed Sunday to boost China’s voting share to 4.42 percent, giving it the third biggest say after the United States and Japan.
Presidents Barack Obama and Hu Jintao will meet Monday afternoon amid a global nuclear summit in Washington, where China’s currency has becoming a growing sore point.