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China News 02/2012 (Page 12)



Stephen Harper's penchant for spicy food starts Beijing soup craze
Stephanie Levitz The Canadian Press OTTAWA—In Canada, the phrase “Harper's Elbows” might aptly describe the hockey-loving prime minister's penchant for playing political offence. But in Beijing, it's apparently the name of a new dish in a restaurant ...

China's domestic solar market to expand
By Du Juan (China Daily) BEIJING - China is aiming to reduce the cost of domestic solar power and expand the domestic market to better develop the photovoltaic (PV) industry during the 12th Five-Year-Plan period (2011-15), said the Ministry of Industry ...

'China's Wings:' A book review - The Star-Ledger
By Star-Ledger Entertainment Desk Go to Amazon, type in World War II books, click and you'll get 50334 responses. Even that unfathomable number probably isn't exhaustive of the books written about the war that marked a generation and solidified the ...

Chinese flock to President Obama website after China lifts block
BEIJING – Chinese are flooding a Web page of President Barack Obama's re-election campaign on Google Inc.'s social networking service with comments, after China seemingly lifted long-standing blocks. What some are calling "Occupy Obama" began early ...

Briton discovers new section of Great Wall of China
A British explorer has discovered a previously uncharted section of the Great Wall "marooned" in the deserts of Mongolia, the first part of the wall believed to have been found outside China. By Malcolm Moore, Beijing William Lindesay led an expedition ...

A peek at Beijing's green city of tomorrow
How do you leverage the green benefits of high-speed rail and other key pieces of public transportation infrastructure? By building cities around such networks, rather than around cars, the way China is with its new Beijing Bohai Innovation City ...

China May Double Rare Earth Exports as Overseas Demand Rebounds on Price
China, the biggest supplier of rare earths, may almost double exports this year and meet quotas set by the government as lower prices stimulate demand. Chinese exports were 49 percent of the goverment-alloted quota in the first 11 months of last year ...

Mao's Red Flag Returning to Drive China Leaders From Audi: Cars
By Bloomberg News Feb. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Chairman Mao Zedong's Red Flag limousine is making a comeback after a $280 million overhaul, seeking to regain its standing as the ride of Chinese leaders from Volkswagen AG's Audi. China FAW Group Corp., ...

Ford Faces China Hurdles
By NORIHIKO SHIROUZU BEIJING—Ford Motor Co. is facing stiff industrywide regulatory obstacles to future growth in China, even as the auto maker launches a $490 million plant to boost its presence there. The plant opened Friday in the southwestern ...

No Company Follows Apple's Expanded Audits
Enlarge image No Company Follows Apple's Expanded China Factory Audits No Company Follows Apple's Expanded China Factory Audits David Paul Morris/Bloomberg Apple in January also listed its suppliers for the first time. Enlarge image No Company Follows ...

IEA economist speaks on China's oil conundrum
By Li Zengxin BEIJING ( Caixin Online ) — After blistering economic growth over the past decades, China has become the world's largest energy consumer and second-largest oil consumer. In the World Economic Forum held in Davos, Switzerland in January, ...

China Copper Demand to Rebound on Clean Energy Use, Nexans Says
By Bloomberg News Feb. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Copper consumption growth in China may rebound in the next few years on accelerating demand from the renewable energy sector and special industries, according to Nexans SA, the second-largest cable and wire ...

On the ropes, Apple's China nemesis still dreams
By Jeremy Wagstaff and Lee Chyen Yee (Reuters) - Yang Long-san, Apple's nemesis in a battle over the iPad trademark in China, once strutted the expo halls with dreams of market dominance. His company, Proview, may now be in ruins and his most valuable ...

China Stocks Rise to Three-Month High on Policy Support Optimism
By Bloomberg News Feb. 27 (Bloomberg) -- China's stocks rose, driving the benchmark index to a three-month high, on expectations the government will further loosen monetary policies to spur growth. China Vanke Co. gained among developers after a ...

Change fundamental for China's future growth, report says
BEIJING — China will face increasing challenges to sustain growth over the next two decades without substantial, structural changes to its economy, financial system and society, according to a voluminous new report that was presented here Monday ...

China's Billionaire Lawmakers Make U.S. Peers Look Like Paupers
Enlarge image China's National People's Congress China's National People's Congress Nelson Ching/Bloomberg Attendees of the National People's Congress listen to Wen Jiabao, China's prime minister, speak during the opening at the Great Hall of the ...

Trademark dispute looming over who discovered Jeremy Lin
By Benjamin Kang Lim | BEIJING (Reuters) - The New York Knicks may have given Jeremy Lin his break in the NBA, but a sports ball maker in eastern China saw potential in the Harvard-educated Chinese-American more than a year and a half ago -- and ...

China's State Grid in talks to buy AES' US wind assets:sources
By Wan Xu and Don Durfee | BEIJING (Reuters) - State Grid Corp of China has had talks with US power firm AES Corp (AES.N) about taking a controlling stake in its US wind power business, three sources said, as China's cash-flush state-owned power ...

China Government Plans 'Buy Local' Rule on Cars
By NORIHIKO SHIROUZU BEIJING—China plans to force government officials to stop buying foreign brands like Volkswagen and Toyota and buy only locally branded cars. The proposed "buy China" guidelines, released over the weekend, are part of a government ...

Feud over iPad highlights faded tech firm's woes
By ELAINE KURTENBACH AP In this Nov. 22, 2008 photo, women work on an assembly line at a factory of Proview Technology in Wuhan, in central China's Hubei province. The battle between the ailing Chinese electronics maker and Apple Inc. over the iPad ...

Shanghai Halts Johnson Controls Lead Processing
By JAMES T. AREDDY SHANGHAI—Shanghai authorities for the first time directly linked lead pollution that they said had sickened local children to emissions from a battery plant owned by Johnson Controls Inc., putting a further cloud over a facility ...

China Tightens Energy-Saving Goals for Some Industries
By CHUIN-WEI YAP BEIJING—China is calling for energy-intensive industries such as steel and textile manufacturing to reduce their energy consumption more sharply compared with targets set last year, in a move intended to help cull obsolete capacity to ...

iPad 3 shipments may already be on their way to the US
by Lance Whitney February 27, 2012 7:58 AM PST Follow @lancewhit A shipping document revealed on a Chinese Web site apparently points to iPad 3 units leaving China for US airports. Is the next iPad already bound for the US? The iPad 3 could already be ...

China Lures US Pilots Tired of 14-Year Wait for Captain's Seat
By Jasmine Wang and Simone Baribeau Feb. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Kent John Krizman has spent 13 years as a co-pilot at American Airlines. For a chance to move across the cockpit, he's ready to take a job in China. “I should be flying as a captain,” said the ...

Proview Escalates iPad Name Battle Against Apple
By Leslie Horn Proview, the Chinese company embroiled in a legal battle with Apple over the iPad name, has spoken out about the lawsuit. Earlier this month, Proview brought the fight over the trademark to US soil, filing a lawsuit against Apple in a ...

China Lures U.S. Pilots Tired of 14-Year Wait for Captain's Seat
Enlarge image China Lures US Pilots Tired of Wait for Captain's Seat China Lures US Pilots Tired of Wait for Captain's Seat Joshua Prezant/Bloomberg Attendees speak with Sichuan Airlines Co. Ltd. representatives during a pilot recruitment fair in Miami ...

Insight: Conflict looms in South China Sea oil rush
PUERTO PRINCESA, Philippines (Reuters) - When Lieutenant-General Juancho Sabban received an urgent phone call from an oil company saying two Chinese vessels were threatening to ram their survey ship, the Philippine commander's message was clear: don't ...

Off-Broadway Play 'The Agony and The Ecstasy of Steve Jobs' Hits a Nerve
February 27, 2012 Off-Broadway Play 'The Agony and The Ecstasy of Steve Jobs' Hits a Nerve Carolyn Weaver | New York Few playwrights can claim social impact for their work, much less that it helped move one of the richest companies on Earth to ...

Muddy Waters Losing Support on Latest Calls
Carson Block, the short seller and analyst who sparked a 74 percent drop in Sino-Forest Corp. (TRE) shares when he said the company misstated its business, is finding it harder to attract believers to his latest research. The 35-year-old lawyer who ...

Most Chinese Stocks Fall on Concern Rally Overvalues Earnings
By Bloomberg News Feb. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Most Chinese stocks fell as some investors speculated the benchmark index's rally to a three- month high excessive relative to earnings prospects. China Oilfield Services Ltd. dropped after oil prices sank for a ...


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