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China News 05/2012 (Page 6)



Cultural Exchange: Xiyadie depicts homosexual love in Chinese paper-cuts
By Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore BEIJING — Orgies and anal sex hardly seem the usual fodder of traditional Chinese folk art, but that is exactly what one Chinese artist is depicting in a series of provocative paper-cuts that are now being exhibited in Los ...

For Now, Soybeans Look Cooked
By OWEN FLETCHER | MORE ARTICLES BY AUTHOR High prices likely to weigh on sales to China, and South American crop forecasts are unlikely to be cut further, as US farmers ramp up plantings. Soybean futures have slid 6.6% from a nearly four-year high at ...

Japan's Leader Turns Trade Focus to China, South Korea
By YUKA HAYASHI And TOKO SEKIGUCHI TOKYO—Japan's prime minister pledged Saturday to accelerate efforts to form a free-trade agreement with China and South Korea, an ambitious pact that could create an integrated trade zone rivaling in size the North ...

Mizuho's Shen Says China Must Relax Property Curbs to Grow
Jianguang Shen, chief Asia economist at Mizuho Securities Asia Ltd., comments on China's central bank's move to cut banks' reserve requirement ratio by 50 basis points. Shen commented in an email interview today. On China stabilizing growth: “For the ...

Book News: DR Show Podcast, 'Economist' Review, Live Chat Text
By James Fallows As mentioned earlier, soon I'll have a standalone page on our site for info related to my new book China Airborne. For the moment, I'm putting it here. 1) Diane Rehm show podcast. I enjoyed being on Diane Rehm's show two days ago, ...

China's central bank eases
By Annalyn Censky @CNNMoney May 12, 2012: 12:17 PM ET The People's Bank of China is cutting the amount of money banks are required to hold on the sidelines, freeing up those funds instead to boost investment and growth. The central bank will lower its ...

China tensions spur deeper US-Philippine alliance
By MATTHEW PENNINGTON AP With Washington turning its attention more to the Asia-Pacific region, the US and the Philippines last week held the first joint meeting of their top diplomats and defense chiefs. The US increased military aid and resolved to ...

UkrLandFarming Seeks to Supply Corn as China Diversifies Sources
Ukrlandfarming Plc, Ukraine's largest grain producer, wants to export corn to China as the country seeks to diversify its supply away from the US to strengthen food security, Chairman and owner Oleg Bakhmatyuk said. Ukrlandfarming may harvest 1.6 ...

China ban on Virginia logs choking Suffolk business
In order to get the best experience with our photo galleries, you must enable JavaScript in your browser. Jorge Marrero, Operations Manager at Royal Fumigation in Suffolk, Va. stands in a warehouse that used to be filled with shipping containers with ...

East Asian powers set to push trade pact talks
BEIJING (Reuters) - China, Japan and South Korea will set in motion formal talks for a three-way free trade pact and unveil an accompanying investment treaty at a summit in Beijing on Sunday. The three nations are major traders, and together accounted ...

40 dead in China storms
Beijing, May 13 — The toll due to hailstorms and torrential rains in a mountainous county in northwest China has risen to 40, officials said late Saturday. At least 18 people were still missing while 30000 residents have been evacuated after storms ...

China acts to boost loans, bolster flagging economy
By Fayen Wong SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's central bank cut the amount of cash that banks must hold as reserves on Saturday, freeing an estimated 400 billion yuan ($63.5 billion) for lending to head-off the risk of a sudden slowdown in the world's ...

US women rout China 100-62 in an exhibition game
AP SEATTLE -- Tamika Catchings scored 19 points and Maya Moore added 15 to help the United States rout China 100-62 on Saturday night in a women's basketball exhibition game. The contest came in the middle of a three-day training camp for the Americans ...

Car buying in China limited by lotteries, fitness tests
By Alisa Priddle, Detroit Free Press BEIJING -- Juan Lu and her husband, Jun Gao, can't suppress their new-car grins. By Trevor Hale, Ford Motor Company Juan Lu and husband Jun Gao pick up their first new car, a Ford Mondeo, from a dealership in ...

Starters, subs shine for US women
By Meri-Jo Borzilleri | espnW AP Photo/Elaine Thompson Angel McCoughtry and the US women will play China in pool play at the London Games. SEATTLE, Wash. -- In its first tune-up for the 2012 Summer Olympics, the US women's basketball team looked golden ...

Chinese Auto Dealer Plans $433 Million IPO
By PRUDENCE HO And YVONNE LEE HONG KONG—Chinese motor-vehicle dealer China Yongda Automobiles Services Holdings Ltd. plans to raise up to $433 million in an initial public offering ahead of its listing in Hong Kong on May 30, people familiar with the ...

Striving hard for a podium finish in London: Discus thrower Krishna Poonia ...
Striving hard for a podium finish in London: Discus thrower Krishna Poonia ...

Analysis: China growth risks signal need for fiscal action
BEIJING (Reuters) - China may need a back-up plan to stop economic growth being cut short by a surprise dip in demand at home and abroad that suggests monetary policy easing steps taken since the final quarter of last year are insufficient to deal with ...

China's Fall in Bank Deposits May Pinch Lending
By DINNY MCMAHON BEIJING—Falling deposits at China's banks, as households seek higher returns for their savings, may challenge banks' ability to ramp up lending in response to an unexpected slowing of the Chinese economy. On Friday, the People's Bank ...

Half a Point Onward
Recent months have seen an escalation of reform-ish talk from Beijing, especially concerning the financial system. Authorities appeared to be stepping up stalled efforts to increase use of the yuan abroad, and Premier Wen Jiabao sharply criticized ...

Telecommunications
For Credit Suisse's Colin McCallum, nothing beats on-the-ground research when it comes to navigating China's huge state-owned telecommunications companies. "The only way to do it is to go [to China]—I wonder how people who don't [go] do their jobs," ...

China
CLSA analyst Scott Laprise was an early believer in China's BYD Co. Ltd. He liked the company's battery-car technology and had argued for a premium valuation for it. But finally, after watching BYD issue one excuse after another for delays in its key ...

REFILE-TABLE-China April car sales growth up 12.5 pct on year
BEIJING, May 14 (Reuters) - Car sales in China rose 12.5 percent in April from a year earlier, more than double the modest pace in March as consumers trickled back to the showrooms ahead of the Labour Day holiday. In April, a total of 1.28 million ...

Resource-Rich Canada Looks to China for Growth
By CHIP CUMMINS and ALISTAIR MACDONALD Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper, center, inspects a guard of honour with China's Premier Wen Jiabao in Beijing in February. VANCOUVER—For almost a century, Canada's economy has been firmly tethered to its ...

Beijing's Growth Tools Are Limited
By BOB DAVIS And TOM ORLIK BEIJING—China's leaders started to reach into their economic-stimulus tool kit this weekend to boost flagging growth, but the measures don't pack the wallop they once had. After China announced a number of disappointing ...

Asian Shares Mixed After China Easing; Euro Drops On Political Worries
By Daniel Inman HONG KONG (Dow Jones)--Asian stocks were mixed Monday after China sought to kick start lending by lowering the share of deposits that banks must hold in reserve, while continued political uncertainty in Europe put pressure on the euro ...

Asian shares fall after optimism fizzles on China
TOKYO – Asian shares quickly lost early gains and ended slightly lower Monday morning as optimism over a move by China's central bank to encourage lending were offset by lingering uncertainty about crisis-struck Greece. Japan's Nikkei 225 index ended ...

Far behind rivals, Ford tries to play catch-up in China
By Ben Klayman | CHONGQING, China (Reuters) - Frank Chuang proudly surveys his immaculate new car plant as partly assembled versions of the Ford (FN) Focus travel down the production line. Glancing at the small cars in the massive manufacturing complex ...

China Loosens Controls For Foreign Investors In QFII Program - Report
(Recasts the first paragraph, adds background about QFIIs in the second, third and eighth-tenth paragraphs and more details of report in the fourth and fifth paragraphs.) SHANGHAI (Dow Jones)--China has eased its restrictions on foreign investors ...

Journalist expelled from China reflects on experience
Melissa Chan of Walnut is the first accredited foreign correspondent to be barred from China in 14 years. She is not sure what prompted her expulsion. Melissa Chan and her Al Jazeera news team report on the Sichuan earthquake disaster area in December ...


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