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Asian eggplant in hand, recipe riffs in play
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Deals of the Day: Failed US Deals Stir Tensions With China
By Stephen Grocer. Deals of the Day compiles this morning's biggest news about mergers and acquisitions, banking, bankruptcy and more. Catch us on Twitter, @WSJDealJournal. Mergers & Acquisitions. Chilean Retailer to Buy Carrefour's Colombian ...

Exclusive: China power brokers agree preferred leadership - sources
China's President Hu Jintao (L) talks with former President Jiang Zemin at the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Xinhai Revolution at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing October 9, 2011. Credit: Reuters/Minoru Iwasaki/Pool. By Benjamin ...

From Whence Comes Innovation?
"Higher education is not worth the higher cost" is the response I received from China to a blog piece I had written earlier this summer. I was somewhat surprised to have touched a nerve on the other side of the world. Making his case was the son of two ...

METALS-Copper pressured by weak euro, Chinese demand uncertainty
Euro retreats from top of recent range vs dollar * Chinese economy, demand for metals in focus * Coming up: U.S. Sept existing home sales at 1400 GMT (Updates with official prices) By Harpreet Bhal LONDON, Oct 19 (Reuters) - Copper slipped on Friday, ...

China's grip on the world's rare earth market is slipping
Okay, that's not quite as weird as it sounds. Rare earth metals are crucial for a wide range of electronics, from fluorescent bulbs to iPod headphones to hybrid vehicles. And China produces 95 percent of the world's supply. So when China began ...

China Might Have Overstated Growth in Standard Chartered View
China's third-quarter growth may have been weaker than official data indicate even amid signs expansion may be picking up, according to analysts at Standard Chartered Plc and Capital Economics Ltd. A slowdown in electricity production and an ...

Volvo Cars Replaces CEO, With Eye on China
STOCKHOLM—Frustrated by recent losses and a lack of momentum in the Chinese auto market, Volvo Car Corp.'s board sacked its chief and named a former executive of a German truck maker to lead its turnaround plan. [image]. Hakan Samuelsson ...

Obama, Romney talk tough on China -- but could it hurt the US economy?
As the race for the White House heads into the home stretch, there does appear to be at least one area of agreement between the two candidates. Each thinks the United States should get tougher on China. In fact, President Obama and Mitt Romney have ...

China 2013 Growth May Slow to 23-Year Low, Honeywell Says
Honeywell International Inc. (HON), the U.S. manufacturer selling products such as aerospace parts in China, is forecasting 2013 economic growth in the world's most- populous country may decelerate to the slowest pace since 1990. “It wouldn't be ...

Hong Kong Stock Book Longest Winning Streak Since 2011
Hong Kong's benchmark stock index rose, capping its longest winning streak since January 2011, as cement and automakers advanced today. Gains were limited after a China central bank adviser said the nation won't provide big economic stimulus ...

China Fears Rise in Doctor Attacks
By LAURIE BURKITT. SHANGHAI—A Chinese court sentenced a teenager to life in prison Friday for killing a medical worker and stabbing three others in one of a spate of violent hospital attacks. The ruling comes against a backdrop of concern in China ...

Asian Stocks Post Biggest Weekly Gain in a Month on US
Asian stocks advanced, with the regional benchmark index posting its biggest weekly gain in a month, after reports on U.S. retail sales, housing starts and manufacturing beat estimates and China's economy showed signs of stabilization. Li & Fung Ltd ...

As China Weighs Shifting Economic Policy, a Rivalry for Its Stewardship
When Zhu Rongji was prime minister of China from 1998 to 2003, dismantling thousands of state-owned enterprises while opening the path for a boom in private enterprise, Mr. Wang was the protégé at his side. When the SARS virus began running ...

In Asia Trip, US Group Will Tackle Islands Feud
WASHINGTON — A group of former national security officials from both Republican and Democratic administrations is leaving for Japan and China on Saturday to try to defuse the mounting tensions over a chain of uninhabited islands in a potentially ...

Revolutionary Snark: Mo Yan and the Magical Realism of Weibo
As China prepares for its once-in-a-decade political transition, propaganda just isn't what it used to be. In the bad old days, the message hacks of the Communist Party could flip-flop with impunity on anything—from steel output to who's the heir ...

US shows its maritime resolve in disputed South China Sea, sending signal to ...
US shows its maritime resolve in disputed South China Sea, sending signal to ...

Chinese government mulls policies to support solar power industry
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China is working on policies, including subsidies and easier access to the grid, to help its ailing solar power producers expand in the domestic market, the China Daily reported on Saturday, citing industry officials and government ...

Apple Opens Largest Store in Asia Near Forbidden City
Apple Inc.'s third retail store in Beijing, and its largest in Asia, opened Saturday morning at the Wangfujing shopping district to predictable fanfare, suggesting that enthusiasm for the company remains strong despite rising competition from both ...

Hong Kong seizes $3.4M in illegal ivory from Africa in biggest ever bust
Apple Daily/Associated Press - Ivories are displayed during a press conference by Hong Kong customs officers in Hong Kong Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012, after they confiscated nearly 4 tons of ivories worth US$3.4 million in their biggest ever seizure of ...

'The Revolutionary': An Unrequited Love For China
Sidney Rittenberg went to China as an American G.I. at the end of World War II and fell in love with the country. He was discharged as a Chinese translator for the U.S. Army, but decided to stay in China. By the time Rittenberg came back to the United ...

Amid Calls For Reform, China Waits For New Leaders
David Gray/Reuters/Landov. Guards stand outside the Xinhua Gate of the Zhongnanhai leadership compound in central Beijing earlier this year. China is preparing for a once-a-decade leadership change amid signs of growing public dissatisfaction. text ...

Boao Review: The Realities of Renminbi Internationalization
I have an article in the October 2012 issue of Boao Review, the new journal published by the Boao Forum, on what the future may hold for China's currency, the Renminbi. I am told the article will be posted on the magazine's website this week, and I ...

China's Third-Quarter Land-Price Inflation Cools to 1.77%
China's land prices rose at a slower annual pace for the fifth quarter, gaining 1.77 percent to an average 3,093 yuan ($495) a square meter in the July to September period, the government said. Residential land prices gained 1.03 percent to 4,564 yuan ...

Bovespa Falls Most in Three Weeks as Metals Drop Saps Vale
The Bovespa index dropped the most in three weeks as concern about China's economic recovery and Europe's debt crisis pushed metals lower, dimming the outlook for Brazilian raw-material producers. Vale SA (VALE3), the world's largest iron-ore producer ...

US Aircraft Carrier Group Cruises Disputed Asian Seas
A U.S. aircraft carrier group cruised through the disputed South China Sea on Saturday in a show of American power in waters that are fast becoming a focal point of Washington's strategic rivalry with Beijing. (AP Photo/Na Son Nguyen). ON BOARD THE USS ...

China urges restraint as tensions mount between two Koreas
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China on Saturday urged North and South Korea to exercise restraint and safeguard peace on the peninsula, after the communist north threatened to fire on the south. Impoverished North Korea said on Friday it would attack if Seoul ...

Wait, Did China Just Stick The Landing?
Chinese officials have officially stuck the landing, according to Goldman Sachs Asset Management chairman Jim O'Neill. After months and months of debate, says O'Neill, it now appears that China's economy is not collapsing, but rather settling into a ...

China Is Wary of US Candidates' Tough Talk
The Chinese say they are accustomed to China-bashing during the American election season, but there is growing concern among government officials, business executives and academics here that this time the attitude toward China among the American ...

Cultural Exchange: Restoration is taking a hold in China
BEIJING — Behind a scrappy red door in an old Beijing hutong, or alleyway, stands a derelict late-Qing Dynasty (1644-1912) courtyard house. The expansive space, with open ceilings that give it the feeling of an abandoned abbey, has had myriad ...


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