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Muddy Waters: Be wary of Hong Kong listed Chinese companies
By Hibah Yousuf @CNNMoneyMarkets April 3, 2012: 12:20 PM ET In the last month, Deloitte quit as the auditor of two Hong Kong listed Chinese companies, which could be signal more trouble ahead for Hong Kong listed firms. WASHINGTON (CNNMoney) -- For the ...

China affirms prudent monetary policy, sees 8.4 pct Q1 growth
* China to keep prudent monetary policy * China Q1 GDP growth may be about 8.4 pct - official cites research * The figure in line with private analysts' forecasts (Adds quote from China's premier) BOAO, China, April 3 (Reuters) - China will stick to a ...

Indian Official: Nation Open to Foreign Investment
By ANDREW BROWNE BOAO, China—A senior Indian official insisted that the country remains open to foreign investment, despite a series of moves that have alarmed many international companies, created concern among India's trading partners and scared ...

China Premier: Considering Breaking Bank Monopoly
By ANDREW GALBRAITH SHANGHAI—Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said Tuesday that the monopoly posed by China's banks must be broken, in the latest call to revamp the country's financial system. In comments carried on China National Radio, Mr. Wen said China ...

China to expand foreign investment quota to $80 bln
(Adds details, background) BEIJING, April 3 (Reuters) - China said on Tuesday it will raise the total quota for its qualified foreign institutional investor scheme (QFII), a main channel for foreign investment in Chinese securities, by $50 billion to ...

US home market pulls in more Chinese buyers
By Kathy Chu and Julie Schmit, USA TODAY China's great wall of cash is pouring into the struggling US property market, from multi-million-dollar mansions on the West Coast to venerable hotels on the East Coast. By Jessica Brandi Lifland, for USA TODAY ...

Online Social Media Shares Drop on Fed Stimulus: China Overnight
By Belinda Cao on April 03, 2012 Chinese equities traded in the US sank after the Federal Reserve indicated it won't provide further stimulus to the economy, sending online social media and solar companies lower. The Bloomberg China-US Equity Index ...

Analysis: Low cost era over for China's workshops to the world
By Clare Jim and Jonathan Standing | TAIPEI (Reuters) - Foxconn Technology's agreement to improve the lot of its 1.2 million workers in China who make Apple Inc's iPads and iPhones is a signal that China is losing its title as the world's lowest-cost ...

China's premier calls for breaking monopolies of huge, unpopular state bank ...
China's premier calls for breaking monopolies of huge, unpopular state bank ...

TEXT-S&P lowers Glorious Property Holdings Rtg to 'B'; Outlook Neg
(The following was released by the rating agency) Overview -- We believe Glorious' liquidity has weakened due to its large short-term debts due and a material decline in its unrestricted cash. -- We are lowering our long-term corporate credit rating on ...

Vale says giant ore ships to win China OK in months
By Jeb Blount and Sabrina Lorenzi | RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazil's Vale (VALE5.SA), the world's No. 2 mining company, expects to win permission "within months" to unload its big, new iron-ore ships at Chinese ports, a move that will help ensure ...

England Challenges China by Reviving Strategic Mine: Commodities
(For more commodity columns, click CMMKT.) April 4 (Bloomberg) -- An English mine last used to make armaments to defeat Hitler's forces will be revived to challenge China's grip on tungsten, among strategic metals at the heart of a deepening trade ...

North Korean Defector Sees Signs of Chinese Policy Shift
April 04, 2012 North Korean Defector Sees Signs of Chinese Policy Shift VOA News A research organization in Seoul says it is hopeful of better treatment for North Korean defectors in China following signs that the Chinese policy of forcing them to ...

In China, Following in Footsteps of Reform
BEIJING — The ghost of China's past hovers over its present. As the country grapples with its biggest political challenge in decades over the purge of Bo Xilai, the polarizing former Communist Party chief of Chongqing, ahead of changes in the top ...

'Chirabia' On Ice: 'Chimerica' Thawing? China's 'New' Energy Strategy
Let's take the proposition that the US will become the largest producer of oil in the world by 2017 seriously. Let's also take seriously the idea that Saudi Arabia will become a net importer of oil by 2038. As a third proposition, let's assume that ...

Bus-Size Dinosaurs, Fuzzy as Chicks
Fossils discovered in northeastern China of a giant, previously unrecognized dinosaur show that it is the largest known feathered animal, living or extinct, scientists report. Although several species of dinosaurs with feathers have already been ...

Diabetes continuing to spike in China
By Kerry Grens | NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The more common type of diabetes in China grew by 30 percent in just seven years, according to a new survey of thousands of Shanghai residents. The curse of affluence appears to be affecting China as it has ...

Hacker claims breach of Chinese defense contractor
By Joseph Menn (Reuters) - A hacker has posted thousands of internal documents he says he obtained by breaking into the network of a Chinese company with defense contracts, an unusual extension of the phenomenon of activist hacking into the world's ...

Ship Smog Seen as Next Target to Clear Hong Kong Skies
As OOCL London entered the English Channel in early February, the 323-meter vessel owned by Hong Kong's biggest container line was forced to switch from burning the black sludge known as bunker oil to less polluting fuel. That wasn't the case in the ...

TABLE-PBOC weekly open market operations at a glance
SHANGHAI, April 5 (Reuters) - The People's Bank of China (PBOC) conducted a net injection of 25 billion yuan ($3.97 billion) into the banking system this week, according to Reuters calculations. The PBOC has injected a total of 18 billion yuan so far ...

Shanghai copper drops as China returns, tracks LME
By Manolo Serapio Jr | SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Shanghai copper futures fell more than 1 percent on Thursday as China resumed trading after a three-day break chasing steep losses in London in the previous session sparked by fears of no US economic ...

Fostering China's Creative Entrepreneurs
By Debra Bruno Housed in a former factory in Beijing's 798 arts district, Yuanfen Flow nurtures entrepreneurs with a creative edge. David Ben Kay has been an anti-piracy czar and an arts guru. But after more than 20 years in Beijing, he's started a new ...

HRT sign up Ma Qing Hua to driver development programme 05 Apr 2012
HRT have announced that Chinese driver Ma Qing Hua has been incorporated into the team's driver development programme. Qing Hua will be assessed over the coming months at private tests, using cars from different categories, and if he progresses well, ...

China Money Rate Jumps Most in Six Weeks on Cash Requirements
China's money-market rate rose the most in more than six weeks on speculation cash supply will wane as banks set aside more funds to meet reserve requirements. Chinese lenders have to park money with the central bank on the 5th, 15th and 25th of each ...

Ford Plans to Boost Production in China
By NORIHIKO SHIROUZU BEIJING—Ford Motor Co. unveiled plans Thursday to invest $600 million to turn the inland Chinese city of Chongqing into its major manufacturing center for passenger cars—part of its effort to more than double its China ...

GM China Sales Climb in March on Demand for Excelle Model
General Motors Co. (GM) sales in China, where it is the largest foreign automaker, rose 11 percent from a year earlier to a record for March led by demand for vehicles including the Buick Excelle and Chevrolet New Sail. Deliveries of cars and Wuling ...

Global hacking group Anonymous says it hacked Chinese government sites
BEIJING — China was struggling Thursday to restore several government Web sites that international hacking group Anonymous says it attacked in an apparent protest against Chinese Internet restrictions. On a Twitter account established in late March, ...

Exclusive: China ship insurer deals new blow to Iran oil exports
By Randy Fabi | SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A major Chinese ship insurer will halt indemnity cover for tankers carrying Iranian oil from July, dealing a blow that narrows the insurance options for Tehran's main export already constricted by payment barriers ...

Problems Loom For The Chinese Economy
In 2010 China became the world's second largest economy, exceeded only in gross domestic product (GDP) by the US economy. Japan was a distant third, eclipsed by China in 2001 and every year thereafter. By any measure, China's success over the last ...

China's $50 Billion Opportunity for Auto Insurers
By Noah Buhayar on April 05, 2012 On a recent two-week trip, Kevin Goulding, head of Chartis China, American International Group's (AIG) Shanghai-based property-casualty business, scouted four regions where his company is considering opening its next ...


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