A women’s egg being prepared for in vitro fertilization in Beijing. Because unmarried women are barred from assisted reproductive procedures in China, more are going to the United States and other countries to have their eggs frozen.
Stephanie Pomboy, founder of MacroMavens, an independent economics consulting firm, thinks the optimists on Wall Street are in for another round of disappointment.
Police officers in Hangzhou, China. President Xi Jinping has ordered stringent security to ensure that the Group of 20 summit meeting goes smoothly.
The decision by the European commissioner for competition ramps up trans-Atlantic tensions over how much companies with global operations should pay to countries where they do business.