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Briton found dead in China not a spy, UK minister says
LONDON – Britain's Foreign Secretary William Hague on Thursday took the unusual step of publicly insisting that a UK businessman who died in suspicious circumstances in China was not working as a British spy. In a letter to Parliament's Foreign Affairs ...

Most Chinese Stocks Drop as Earnings Concerns Overshadow Policy
By Bloomberg News on April 26, 2012 Most Chinese stocks fell as slumping corporate earnings overshadowed speculation the central bank will ease monetary policy to boost economic growth. China Cosco Holdings Co. led declines for shippers after reporting ...

Porsche Pushes Into Mongolia, China's Wealth Spreads
By Bloomberg News on April 26, 2012 Forget Beijing or Shanghai. Porsche AG, Maserati and Bentley Motors Ltd. are taking the fight for China's rich to the deserts of Inner Mongolia. The maker of the 911 sports car opened a dealership in Ordos -- a ...

US Is Seeing Positive Signs From China
WASHINGTON — When China suddenly began cutting back its purchases of oil from Iran in the last month, officials in the Obama administration were guardedly optimistic, seeing the move as the latest in a string of encouraging signs from Beijing on ...

Analysis: China's ailing bad debt market cries for change
By Koh Gui Qing | BEIJING (Reuters) - Veteran investor Jack Rodman has had enough. After waiting 11 years for China to sell its rising pile of bad bank loans, he is quitting and going to Spain instead. His pull-out exposes a pressing failing in China's ...

Bank Of Korea Begins Investment In Chinese Treasuries
(Updates with additional information throughout, including BOK officials' comments on China investment plans from the fifth paragraph.) By In-Soo Nam Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES SEOUL (Dow Jones)--The Bank of Korea said Friday it started buying Chinese ...

Costs, slowdown denting armour of China's Big Four banks
* China banks face crackdown on fee charges * Rising funding costs seen hurting smaller banks most (Adds Insider story link) By Lawrence White and Kelvin Soh HONG KONG, April 27 (Reuters) - Bank of China's weaker-than-expected first-quarter earnings ...

China Telecom Profit Falls on Rising Expenses
By PAUL MOZUR BEIJING—China Telecom Corp.'s unaudited first-quarter net profit fell 6.5% from a year earlier on rising expenses, making it the only one of China's three major telecommunications providers to post a fall in net profit during the ...

Taiwan media fight highlights concern over big media, China ties
TAIPEI, Taiwan — A Taiwanese tycoon with big business interests in China is causing alarm as he tries to expand his media empire on the democratic island. Want Want Group chairman Tsai Eng-meng is trying to purchase a cable TV network system in a $2.4 ...

Doubts on China plan to cut copper, lead production
* Research firm Antaike keeps 2012 copper, lead output target * Jiangxi Copper upgrades smelter, expands capacity - spokesman By Polly Yam HONG KONG, April 27 (Reuters) - China's plan to close inefficient copper and lead operations will not cut ...

ConocoPhillips, China National to Pay $360 Million for Oil Spill
China National Offshore Oil Corp. (883) and ConocoPhillips agreed to pay 2.28 billion yuan ($360 million) to resolve claims and pay for environmental programs in China's Bohai Bay after spilling 3000 barrels of oil and drilling mud in the area last ...

China's Slowdown Hurts Global Manufacturers
BOSTON — As the Chinese economy cools, some big US and European companies are losing what had been one of their surest growth bets. Caterpillar, 3M, United Technologies and ABB are among the manufacturers that have reported weak performances in China ...

China Shenhua Energy Q1 profit up 6 pct on higher sales
| HONG KONG, April 27 (Reuters) - China Shenhua Energy , the country's largest coal producer, posted a 6 percent rise in quarterly profit, boosted by higher sales volumes in the world's second-largest economy. Shenhua said on Friday first-quarter net ...

China auto market laggards chase premium profile
By Laurence Frost | BEIJING (Reuters) - Thousands of Chinese consumers already have the T-shirt. All Fiat-Chrysler boss Sergio Marchionne has to do now is sell them the car. Jeep's ambitions for the world's biggest auto market - where the brand is ...

China Carbon Blockage Begins to Ease: Energy Markets
By Mathew Carr on April 27, 2012 China is starting to approve emission credits after a seven-month freeze, stoking speculation a glut that's contributed to an unprecedented decline in European carbon prices will keep growing. The world's second-biggest ...

Chinese Bank Earnings May Not Douse Citizens' Anger
By DINNY MCMAHON BEIJING—China's biggest banks posted a major slowdown in profit growth in the first three months of the year but the pace of their earnings growth continued to outstrip the country's industrial sector, which is feeling the pinch as ...

Bo Xilai's Son Ticketed in Porsche
By WSJ Staff BOSTON—In an effort to dispel reports that he led a luxurious lifestyle, Bo Guagua, the Chinese “princeling” at Harvard and son of a deposed Communist leader, this week denied he ever drove a Ferrari. But Mr. Bo has racked up three ...

Second IPO Below Target as Economy Slows: China Overnight
By Ye Xie and Leon Lazaroff on April 27, 2012 Acquity Group Ltd. (AQ) (AQ) became the second Chinese company in 2012 to raise less than planned in a US share sale as a slowing economy and accounting concerns sent New York-traded stocks lower in the ...

Corn Prices Surge on Export Sales
By OWEN FLETCHER CHICAGO—Corn prices jumped 4.6% after the federal government reported the sixth-largest export sale ever for the grain, which analysts believe is headed for China. The sale, the latest indication of the Chinese appetite for US corn, ...

Twists in China scandal jar party's projected image
Allegations that fallen Chinese official Bo Xilai engaged in the wiretapping of Communist Party elites not only add new intrigue to the political scandal set off by the mysterious death of a UK businessman, experts say it also complicates China's ...

What's the Deal? This week's best travel bargains around the globe.
What's the Deal? This week's best travel bargains around the globe Land l Several a ll-inclusive Dominican Republic properties in the Palladium Hotels & Resorts collection are offering last-minute savings of 30 percent. In May, online rates at three ...

Taiwan media fight highlights China ties concern
By ANNIE HUANG A Taiwanese tycoon with big business interests in China is causing alarm as he tries to expand his media empire on the democratic island. Want Want Group chairman Tsai Eng-meng is trying to purchase a cable TV network system in a $2.4 ...

China Postal Plans Large IPO
By SHEN HONG SHANGHAI-China Postal Express & Logistics Co. plans to raise 9.98 billion yuan ($1.59 billion) in what could be the biggest initial public offering in China this year, joining a growing list of state-run firms eager to tap a slowly ...

Fort Worth could benefit from military jet sale to Taiwan
Taiwan already has a squadron of F-16 aircraft, and is seeking additional planes to supplement its defense. (SAM YEH/AFP/Getty Images) Associated Press TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — The administration of President Barack Obama is raising the possibility that ...

Russia, China Ink Business Pacts
By IRA IOSEBASHVILI MOSCOW—Russia and China signed contracts valued at $15 billion and will work to further strengthen ties, Chinese Vice Premier Li Kequiang said at a business forum in Moscow. A total of 27 contracts were signed, and the two ...

Obama having limited success with Russia, China approach
April 13, 2012: President Barack Obama in Tampa, Fla., speaks about trade before heading to the Summit of the Americas. US President Barack Obama's "pivot" to China's neighborhood and the "reset" in relations with Russia have produced limited results ...

Lenovo's Eedoo CT510 motion gaming console to finally hit China, wants your $600
By Sarah Silbert posted Apr 28th 2012 11:42AM Product delays that push back release dates a full year are never good. What's worse? When that product finally does launch and even someone inside the company votes against it. That's exactly what's going ...

This week's recipes from the LA Times Test Kitchen
Wrinkly Chinese fermented black beans look as though they have just emerged from an archaeological site. Indeed, the salty, pungent little bits are an ancient Chinese staple. Made of black or yellow soybeans, they were once the only soy-based seasoning ...

China energy exec hints Russian gas deal not dead
By Melissa Akin MOSCOW, April 28 (Reuters) - The head of China National Petroleum Corp signalled on Saturday that China was still considering a deal to become Russia's largest single pipeline gas customer even as its supply options, ...

Group says escaped blind Chinese activist under US protection, talks taking ...
Group says escaped blind Chinese activist under US protection, talks taking ...


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