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Facing Protests, China's Business Investment Slows
SHIFANG, China — Local leaders were all smiles this summer at a groundbreaking ceremony for a vast copper smelting project that seemed like the answer to the chronic unemployment that has plagued this city in northern Sichuan ever since a devastating ...

Boosting China Military Ties Australian Priority, Carr Says
Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr said the government is seeking to boost military and political ties with China even as his nation deepens its defense relationship with the U.S.. “We want more military to military co-operation with the Chinese ...

STOCKS NEWS SINGAPORE-OCBC raises United Envirotech target price
OCBC Investment Research raised its target price on water treatment firm United Envirotech Ltd to S$0.67 from S$0.50 and kept its 'buy' rating, citing better-than-expected quarterly earnings. By 0235 GMT, United Envirotech shares were up 1.4 percent at ...

China's Stocks Decline Before US Elections, China Congress
China's stocks declined for a third day before the outcome of U.S. presidential elections and China's leadership congress. Founder Securities Co. led losses for brokerages after the company reported net income in October that was less than half of the ...

India morning call-Global markets
---------------(8:40 a.m India Time)----------------------- Stock Markets DJIA 13,245.68 +133.24 Nikkei 8,965.17 -9.98 NASDAQ 3,011.93 +12.27 FTSE 5,884.90 +45.84 S&P 500 1,428.39 +11.13 Hang Seng 22,006.40 -61.97 SPI 200 Fut 4,486.00 +13.00 CRB Index ...

Investors Get Pickier on Chinese Property Bonds
That has been especially true of Chinese property bonds issued in the past few weeks. One example is the US$1 billion bond from Soho China Ltd. , one of the country's best-known developers, sold last week. The bond—the largest on record by a Chinese ...

Pentagon Challenges Chinese Monopoly on Rare Earths: Commodities
The Pentagon and Toyota Motor Corp. are trying to crack China's global monopoly on mining the most valuable rare earths used in unmanned military drones and electric-car motors. The U.S. Department of Defense and Asia's biggest carmaker are working ...

Search China Real Time Report1
For expatriates living in China, the list of gripes that come with facing everyday life is long. Generally among those complaints sit Internet speed, pollution and food safety. But in recent weeks concern about the Internet has taken primacy as access ...

China, US, Europe battling over a shrinking global-trade pie
Chinese container ship bringing goods to Port of Long Beach In polite, diplomatic language, China this week accused Eurozone leaders of piling up debts that threaten a global economic crisis, and the Europeans countered with complaints that Beijing ...

Hu's Great Gamble
Shanghai — HU Jintao is a gambler. Not just any old gambler, but the man who has just committed one of the biggest wagers in history. It's a bet on which the fate of his country, and the rest of the world, depends. It carries almost incalculable risks ...

China, worried by US campaign rhetoric, relieved at election's end
BEIJING — In China, ordinary people closely followed the U.S. election on Internet sites. It attracted more than 6.7 million comments in 24 hours, and President Obama's victory was the third hottest trending topic on the most popular Twitter-like ...

Debating China's Economic Future, Round 2
Originally posted on China Real Time. Is China's economic growth destined to plunge down to 3% to 4% a year, or can it be sustained in the current 7% to 8% range? China Real Time has asked heavyweight experts Michael Pettis of Peking University and ...

Tokyo Drive Time
By JOSEPH STERNBERG · Toyota this week delivered a healthy earnings report, having tripled its quarterly profit for the July-September period compared to the previous year. The company is increasing its profit forecast for the year. Honda and Nissan ...

China's Communist leadership set for change
BEIJING — China's once-a-decade leadership transition begins Thursday with all the pageantry, security and behind-the-scenes political intrigue befitting the secretive ruling Communist Party's most sensitive event. By Wednesday, the usually crowded ...

China museum builder lets history speak
A life-size diorama at the Intellectual Youth building at the Jianchuan Museum Cluster in Anren, China, depicts parents sending off their children to the countryside. The collection chronicles the stories of 17 million educated adolescents who were ...

Long Retired, Ex-Leader of China Asserts Sway Over Top Posts
BEIJING — In a year of scandals and corruption charges at the commanding heights of the Communist Party, a retired party chief some had written off as a spent force has thrust himself back into China's most important political decisions and emerged as ...

China Private Equity's Search for Dollars
China's homegrown private-equity firms are looking for money overseas, in part to diversify their investor base and expand their brands abroad. Moreover, raising money domestically has become tougher amid a slowing economy. For all but the biggest ...

China's next hurdle
Members of the People's Liberation Army lower the flag on Tiananmen Square during a ceremony at the Gate of Heavenly Peace on the eve of the 18th Communist Party of China Congress in Beijing, China. (Diego Azubel / EPA / November 7, 2012) ...

Opening Meeting, China's President Warns of Risks
BEIJING — China's Communist Party leader, Hu Jintao, defended his decade in power on Thursday and warned that the country faced stark challenges at home and abroad. He spoke at the start of a congress that will culminate in his retirement and the ...

An Array of Relationships for Obama to Strengthen and Redefine
WASHINGTON — If history is any guide, President Obama will cast his eye abroad over the next four years, hoping to put an imprint on the world that matches the sweeping domestic programs of his first term. From Iran and Russia to China and the Middle ...

Expect slow Internet this week in China
Email Print. If you're planning on surfing the Web this week from China, you may want to find something else to do until China's future leaders have been selected. Chinatechnews is reporting slower Internet speeds allegedly associated with tight ...

Top Dim Sum Fund Returns 22% With Road King Debt: China Credit
This year's best-performing offshore yuan fixed-income fund bought the dollar debt of a highways operator and a cement maker as China stepped up infrastructure spending to counter a seven-quarter economic slowdown. BOCHK RMB High Yield Bond Fund, ...

Rights group: 4 Tibetans self-immolate on same day
BEIJING — Three teenage monks and a Tibetan woman set fire to themselves to protest Chinese rule on the eve of a pivotal Communist Party congress, activists reported Thursday, in what they said were the most such protests in a single day. Free Tibet ...

Reform and Open Up
IN China, there is little debate these days over economic strategy. The Chinese have embraced the imperatives of a major rebalancing of their growth model — shifting away from the export- and investment-led strategy of the past 33 years and drawing ...

Palm Oil Must Drop 6% in Weeks to Lure Buyers, Mistry Says
Palm oil, the world's most-consumed cooking oil, must decline about 6 percent in the next few weeks to attract buyers and clear record inventories, according to Dorab Mistry, director at Godrej International Ltd. Futures on the Malaysia Derivatives ...

In China, Paranoia Around Twitter Hackings
In postmodern novels coincidences leave protagonists to wonder about potential existential conspiracies. In China, which has enough weirdness and intrigue to fill several Pynchon novels, freaky acts of chance on the Internet leave China watchers ...

Europe Intensifies Chinese Solar Panel Investigation
The latest step in an increasingly acrimonious battle engulfing the clean-energy sector came a day after the United States made a final decision to impose duties on billions of dollars of solar products from China over the next five years to shield ...

Secondary Sources: China Deleveraging, Business Investment, Pot-enomics
By Phil Izzo. A roundup of economic news from around the Web. –China Deleveraging: David Keohane looks at research on China's domestic economy. “Standard Chartered's increasingly bullish China team are arguing that fears of an aggressive ...

What it's like to use the Internet in China
During a speech at the opening session of the 18th National Party Congress on Thursday, Chinese President Hu Jintao said, “Neither will we follow the old path of closed door and ossified politics, nor will we take to the evil way of changing our flags ...

Rights groups: 3 teenage monks, 2 other Tibetans set fire to themselves over 2 ...
Rights groups: 3 teenage monks, 2 other Tibetans set fire to themselves over 2 ...


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