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Single-Agency Oversight Could Help US-China Auditing
Fraud-tainted audits of U.S.-listed Chinese companies have caused billions of dollars of investor losses, leading to an escalating dispute between China and the U.S. Some recent articles suggested the problem was compounded by Chinese restrictions on ...

China Toughens Its Restrictions on Use of the Internet
HONG KONG — The Chinese government issued new rules on Friday requiring Internet users to provide their real names to service providers, while assigning Internet companies greater responsibility for deleting forbidden postings and reporting them to ...

China's Central Bank, Aircraft-Carrier Style
If there's any question where China's first aircraft carrier stands in the eyes of officialdom, China's central bank has answered it. The People's Bank of China on Thursday said it would issue gold and silver commemorative coins celebrating the ...

The Breakfast Meeting: Tighter Internet Rules in China, and 'Thunderbirds ...
The Breakfast Meeting: Tighter Internet Rules in China, and 'Thunderbirds ...

The Great Smog of China
A London policeman struggling with poor visibility as he directs traffic on Fleet Street. Hulton Archive/Getty Images A London policeman struggling with poor visibility as he directs traffic on Fleet Street. LONDON — My mornings in my home in Beijing ...

Spicy Soup Burns Hole In Chinese Man's Stomach
The next time you consider chowing down on something spicy, consider the possible consequences. A 26-year-old man in China recently became a cautionary tale when a spicy soup he consumed burned a hole in his stomach. The soup in question is a ...

New Chinese law requires adult kids to visit parents
Elderly men rest on a bench as a family with their newborn baby walks by at a park in Beijing in April. The Chinese legislature has amended its law on the elderly to require that adult children visit their aging parents "often" - or risk being sued by ...

METALS-Copper dips on dollar, US budget talks
Fri Dec 28, 2012 10:59am EST. * U.S. fiscal talks resume on Friday, Jan 1 deadline nears * China Dec factory activity expanded at fastest in 8 months -survey * U.S. Midwest business activity grows slowly By Susan Thomas and Silvia Antonioli LONDON, Dec ...

Clean tech ventures find a warm reception in China
By Major Tian. Fri Dec 28, 2012 11:42am EST. For American cleantech companies, there's just one country that matters most: China. After years of massive growth that took a heavy toll on the environment and natural resources, China now has an ambitious ...

For Chinese Deal Makers, It's a Bumpy Road Ahead
Deal-making by China's giant state-owned companies is facing more challenges from foreign governments. Privately owned Chinese companies have typically escaped the spotlight, but governments are starting to question these buyers as well. These private ...

Nations Move to Stem Trade in Bomb Chemicals
BRUSSELS—Governments around the world are ramping up a new strategy for tackling one of the toughest problems in the fight against terrorism: homemade bombs, made with widely available chemicals, that kill and wound tens of thousands of people ...

Commentary: Americans love cheap goods and China loves Christmas
Happy birthday, Jesus! Love, China. For a country that persecutes Christians, China sure profits from Christmas. So China's “one-child” policy has led to forced abortions? Well, those nativity sets celebrating a child the state wanted to kill two ...

Tech Companies Lead Longest Rally in Two Months: China Overnight
Chinese stocks rose for a fourth week in New York, driving the benchmark index to its longest stretch since October, on expectations a report due next week will show manufacturing in December expanded for a third month. The Bloomberg China-US Equity ...

Chinese tea farmers are switching to coffee
PU'ER, China — This remote southwestern city near the borders of Laos and Myanmar is named after one of China's most famous teas, grown on mountain terraces painstakingly carved out of the region's rich red soil. But in recent years, pu'er tea has ...

PBOC to Control Risks, Seek 'Appropriate' Growth in Financing
China's central bank said it will focus on controlling risks in the financial system and will seek “stable and appropriate” growth in aggregate financing, a measure of funding that includes loans, stock and bond sales. The People's Bank of China also ...

iDevice demand forces some of Apple's partners to work through Chinese New ...
iDevice demand forces some of Apple's partners to work through Chinese New ...

German profits to peak in China, as demand extends to small luxury cars
China has been like a license to print profits for the German luxury car manufacturers, but 2013 looks likely to be the peak year for this easy money, according to a report from investment bank Morgan Stanley. Before you get out the sympathy cards ...

If Bruce Lee faced forced eviction in China
BEIJING — The men who barged through Shen Jianzhong's door probably thought it was a routine assignment: Break in and beat Shen's family into submission. Forced evictions to make way for real estate development are an everyday occurrence in China, ...

China Plans to Allow Brokerages, Insurers to Manage Mutual Funds
China plans to allow brokerages and insurers' asset management units to set up and manage mutual funds available to the public as regulators seek to bolster the equities market. Draft rules posted on the China Securities Regulatory Commission's website ...

China Chicken Probe May Hurt Profits, New Hope Liuhe Says
New Hope Liuhe Co., China's biggest poultry meat producer, said sales and profits may be affected after a media report said one of its subsidiaries supplied broiler chicken laced with excessive antibiotics. The company shut the deep-freeze plant ...

Chinese fishing boat detained in Japan - Xinhua
BEIJING | Sun Dec 30, 2012 10:07am EST. BEIJING Dec 30 (Reuters) - Japan's coastguard detained a Chinese fishing boat within Japanese waters on Sunday evening, China's Xinhua news agency said, citing the Chinese consulate general in Fukuoka, ...

Beijing Opens Four New Subway Lines to Ease Congestion
Beijing put four subway lines and extensions into operation yesterday as part of the Chinese capital's efforts to expand its public urban transport network and ease traffic congestion. The openings bring the number of lines in the Chinese capital to 16 ...

Chinese cities to relax school entry for rural migrants
BEIJING | Sun Dec 30, 2012 10:25am EST. BEIJING (Reuters) - Three populous Chinese regions plan to relax restrictions on the children of workers from rural areas trying to enter university-track high schools, China National Radio reported on Sunday, in ...

Beijing Focuses on Needs of the Elderly
BEIJING—Chinese officials signaled rising concerns over the nation's growing ranks of elderly with new measures urging adult children to visit their parents and opening the door for elders to sue for better care. The amendments to current laws on the ...

BOX OFFICE: SKYFALL Passes $1 Billion Mark Global; China Release Date Set ...
BOX OFFICE: SKYFALL Passes $1 Billion Mark Global; China Release Date Set ...

BRIC Dominance Ebbs as State Meddling Means Equities Trail World
Stocks in the biggest developing markets are lagging behind global equities for a record third year as faster economic growth proves no lure for investors amid concerns over government interference in markets. The MSCI BRIC Index (MXBRIC) of shares in ...

Chinese Poultry Producer Hurt by Probe
SHANGHAI—An investigation into alleged excessive use of antibiotics by poultry producer New Hope Liuhe Co. could hit profit, the company said. More. China Cracks Down on Food Safety 12/27/2012. Authorities in China plan to crack down on companies ...

Chinese Dissidents Make Rare Visit to Nobel Laureate's Wife
BEIJING — A small group of Chinese dissidents forced their way past security guards last week to visit the detained wife of Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo and deliver a message of support, one of the dissidents said on Monday. Liu, a veteran ...

UPDATE 1-Iron ore scores biggest monthly rise and up 5 pct on year
Mon Dec 31, 2012 9:39am EST. * Iron ore up almost 5 percent in 2012. * Traders say rally may end soon. * Iron ore hits highest since May 1 (add details, updates iron ore prices). LONDON/SHANGHAI, Dec 31 (Reuters) - Iron ore jumped to a 8-month high on ...

METALS-Copper gains on upbeat China data; US talks weigh
Mon Dec 31, 2012 9:57am EST. * Copper rises more than 4 pct in 1212 * HSBC China Dec manufacturing PMI highest since May 2011 * Coming up: U.S. Dallas Fed Dec manufacturing index: 1530 GMT By Maytaal Angel and Rujun Shen ...


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