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China News 11/2012 (Page 3)



So Much for Stability: Reality Catching up with the Communist Party
By Russell Leigh Moses. There's an onrushing political reality facing the Chinese leadership when the 18th Communist Party Congress finally convenes this week – one far more important and complex than the backroom battle to determine which senior Party ...

Toyota Internal Document Shows China Cutbacks Lasting to July
Toyota Motor Corp. (7203) researchers estimate Japanese automakers are unlikely to fully restore Chinese production before July because of consumer backlash stemming from a territorial dispute between the two countries, according to a document ...

Despite Tensions, US and Japan Begin a New Set of War Games
HONG KONG — As Chinese surveillance ships continued their patrols near a disputed archipelago, and with the Chinese Communist Party preparing to open a landmark meeting in Beijing on Thursday, the United States and Japan went ahead with a large ...

China Money Rate Drops a Second Day on Bets PBOC Will Add Cash
China's benchmark money-market rate declined for a second day on speculation the central bank will add more funds to the financial system using reverse-repurchase contracts to support the economy. The People's Bank of China gauged demand for seven-, ...

Yes, China still harvests organs from executed prisoners
China is the world's leader in capital punishment, executing “thousands” every year, according to Amnesty International's best guess of the officially secret statistic. A U.S.-based NGO estimates 4,000 executions in 2011 alone, which is actually half ...

When Madison Met Handan – A Tale of Two Cities
It's unlikely that many of the 60 Chinese investors who visited the U.S. in September had heard of the Wisconsin state capital and home of the University of Wisconsin Badgers before agreeing to visit the U.S. Similarly the city of Handan, the Chinese ...

The Daily Start-Up: Vivo Ventures Leads Financing for Shanghai Jingfeng ...
The Daily Start-Up: Vivo Ventures Leads Financing for Shanghai Jingfeng ...

Why China Isn't Going To Build Cars For The US Anytime Soon
n this Jan. 17, 2012 file photo, workers assemble vans at an auto plant in Qingdao, in eastern China's Shandong province. China's vehicle sales grew by an unexpectedly strong 8.3 percent in August despite the country's economic slowdown. Data released ...

Mongolia Explains Treatment of Lawyer
By CHUIN-WEI YAP. TIANJIN, China—A Mongolian official released details on the government's restrictions on the movement of an Australian attorney there, saying it needs her help on a probe into allegations against a former top mining figure. Tsedenjav ...

GLOBAL ECONOMY-US, Chinese service sectors lose steam in Oct
US service sector slows slightly in October * China services sector loses steam even as factories perk up * UK services sector struggles, but Irish services boom * India's services PMI dips, economic slowdown not over yet By Steven C. Johnson NEW YORK, ...

China's Construction-Equipment Firms Battle Slump
By COLUM MURPHY. SHANGHAI—China's largest construction-equipment makers still face massive overcapacity and pressure to consolidate despite signs of improvement from this year's industrywide sales slump, a top executive said. Guangxi Liugong ...

Gold rush: China jewelers go west for growth
SINGAPORE/ZHENJIANG, China (Reuters) - The smart young women and coiffured housewives browsing for rings and necklaces at a shiny new mall in a city on the Yangtze River could breathe fresh life into China's boom in gold consumption. With jeweler ...

Cautious reformers tipped for new China leadership
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's ruling Communist Party will this month unveil its new top leadership team, expected to again be an all-male cast of politicians whose instincts are to move cautiously on reform. Sources close to the leadership say 10 main ...

Why US won't see cars made in China any time soon
Chinese electric car maker BYD introduces its F6DM sedan at the 2008 Detroit Auto Show. BYD investors include a company owned by Warren Buffett: MidAmerican Energy Holdings and the company has continued to say it intends to export cars to the U.S. ...

Han Suyin Dies; Wrote Sweeping Fiction
Han Suyin, a physician and author known for writing the sweeping novel that became the Hollywood film “Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing” and for her outspoken championing of China under Mao Zedong, died on Friday at her home in Lausanne, ...

China Overnight Rate Drops to 1-Week Low as Cash Shortage Eases
China's overnight money-market rate dropped to the lowest level in more than a week on optimism a record fund injection last week by the central bank has helped ease a cash shortage in the financial system. The People's Bank of China added 277 billion ...

Analysis: Romney is likely to break "day-one" China currency pledge
BEIJING (Reuters) - Presidential candidate Mitt Romney would lack the legal power to label China a currency manipulator on his first day in office should he win Tuesday's election, offering him a way out of what experts say is the weakest claim on the ...

China's Stocks Drop Most in Week; Airlines, Moutai Slump Most
Chinese stocks fell, dragging down the benchmark index by the most in a week, before economic data and leadership contests in the U.S. and China this week. China Eastern Airlines Corp., the nation's second-biggest domestic carrier, slid 2.8 percent ...

PRECIOUS-Gold flat after coming off 2-mth low; US election in focus
Investors seek policy direction after US election, China leadership shift * Spot gold to hover above $1,678/oz -technicals * Coming up: euro zone producer prices for Sept at 1000 GMT (Adds detail, comment; updates prices) By Rujun Shen SINGAPORE, Nov 6 ...

China export growth seen easing in October, but imports pick up
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's export growth may have moderated in October after September's bounce, while imports likely perked up on recovering domestic demand, a Reuters poll showed, underlining tough global headwinds but adding to signs that the ...

Sinopec Said to Buy Nigeria Oil Blocks From French Total
China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. (600028), seeking to reverse a decline in oil reserves, is close to buying stakes in Nigerian onshore oil blocks from Total SA (FP), for about $2.4 billion, according to two people familiar with the matter. Sinopec, as ...

State Media Survey: It's the Wealth Gap, Stupid.
With China's once-a-decade leadership transition set to get underway on Thursday, pundits and scholars around the globe are speculating about what Beijing's new top brass will — or won't — do to tackle the country's many problems. But what change are ...

Exclusive: China leaders consider internal democratic reform
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's outgoing leader and his likely successor are pushing the ruling Communist Party to adopt a more democratic process this month for choosing a new leadership, sources said, in an attempt to boost its flagging legitimacy in the ...

The Belly of an Architecture
BEIJING — Late last month, I attended the opening of the British-Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid's latest work, the Galaxy Soho. A gargantuan structure of white curved orbs connected by sky-bridges, it towered over the squat, Soviet-style buildings nearby ...

China's Security Ministry Suspected Slain Businessman Was a Spy
BEIJING — China's external intelligence agency, the Ministry of State Security, suspected a British businessman of being a spy before his murder last year at the hands of a senior politician's wife, according to people with close ties to Chinese state ...

S. China Sea Disputes Figure Prominently at ASEAN Meeting
Observers say territorial disputes in the South China Sea will likely be a main focus at an upcoming meeting of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. But they expect progress to be slow on a long-delayed code of conduct between the regional bloc ...

Why Wuxi is not your ordinary Chinese city
Why Wuxi is not your ordinary Chinese city. Because city planners are hoping to turn Wuxi into a high tech hub, the air is breathable, the streets are broad, and many of the suburban districts look like a bucolic Google campus writ large. By Peter Ford ...

CIC Close to Canadian Timber Deal With Brookfield
By LINGLING WEI in Beijing and ALISTAIR MACDONALD in Toronto. BEIJING—China Investment Corp. is close to purchasing a 12.5% stake in some Canadian timber assets from an infrastructure affiliate of Brookfield Asset Management Inc. for about $100 ...

A Cheerleader for Mao's Cultural Revolution
By HUGO RESTALL. It is customary not to speak ill of the dead, but then Han Suyin always considered herself an exceptional individual. Han, who died Friday in Lausanne, Switzerland, at age 95, achieved fame when her 1952 romance novel "A ...

As China enters new era, how much of Mao will stay?
1 of 5. A statue of the late Chairman Mao Zedong is seen at Dong Fang Hong Square in Nanjie village of Luohe city in China's central Henan province in this September 25, 2012 file photo. In 1981, five years after his death, China's ruling Communist ...


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