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Study: China's Pessimistic Little Emperors Pose Economic Risk
Reuters: An elderly couple feed their great-grandson with a piece of cake as they sit under the sun in winter in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province, January 9, 2013. China's one-child policy has produced less trusting, less trustworthy and less competitive ...

Relocation Headaches a Turn-Off for Shui On
“Never again will I invest in a project that requires relocating people,” he vowed, flashing a sheepish grin at a news conference this week. Bloomberg News: Pedestrians walk at the site of The Hub, a development by Shui On Land Ltd. at the Hongqiao ...

Thai Buyer Contends Ping An Sale Is on Track
Dhanin Chearavanont, chairman of Thailand's largest agribusiness group, Charoen Pokphand Group. Sukree Sukplang/ReutersDhanin Chearavanont, chairman of Thailand's largest agribusiness group, the Charoen Pokphand Group. SHANGHAI — The ...

Landslide kills dozens; Xi orders all-out rescue
KUNMING, Jan. 11 (Xinhua) -- The death toll from a landslide that hit a mountainous region in southwest China's Yunnan Province on Friday has risen to 42, after more bodies were retrieved. Chinese leaders Xi Jinping, Wen Jiabao and Li Keqiang have ...

Emerging Stocks Drop on China Inflation as Infosys Surges
Emerging-market stocks fell, pushing the benchmark index to its first weekly drop in two months, on concern Chinese inflation will restrict monetary easing while strengthening currencies hamper exporters. Hyundai Motor Co. (005830), South Korea's ...

New intrigue on trail of cheaper iPhone
Reuters has cryptically withdrawn a story pegged to remarks purportedly made by Apple's Phil Schiller in China. Jonathan Skillings. by Jonathan Skillings. January 11, 2013 8:26 AM PST Follow @jeskillings. The mystery of whether Apple will come out with ...

US Stocks Fluctuate on China as Wells Fargo Declines
U.S. stocks fluctuated, after the Standard & Poor's 500 Index rose to a five-year high, as banks slumped amid Wells Fargo (WFC) & Co.'s results and higher Chinese inflation raised concern officials may curb stimulus. Banks had the biggest loss among 24 ...

A Cancer Cycle, From Here to China
MORE than one million people in the Chinese city of Handan awoke last week to the alarming news that an essential source of their drinking water, the Zhouzhang River, had been dangerously contaminated by a 39-ton chemical spill in the nearby city of ...

Three Troubled Allies, One Superpower
Japan, Israel and Britain face unique dangers in 2013, Ian Bremmer, the head of Eurasia Group, tells WSJ's John Bussey. And that puts U.S. goals in Asia, the Mideast and Europe at risk. There are three big unfolding stories for international politics ...

China-Japan tension over disputed islands takes to the sky
BEIJING -- Chinese and Japanese fighter planes tailed each other over a disputed cluster of uninhabited islands in the East China Sea, raising alarm that a miscalculation could set off an armed confrontation. Chinese military authorities ordered two J ...

Apple won't blindly pursue market share, Chinese paper reports
SAN FRANCISCO/BEIJING | Sat Jan 12, 2013 5:09am EST. SAN FRANCISCO/BEIJING (Reuters) - In a revised version of an interview published Thursday in a Chinese newspaper, Apple Inc marketing chief Phil Schiller said the company would focus on ...

Hazardous air warnings grip Beijing
BEIJING (AP) — Air quality levels in China's notoriously polluted capital were dangerously low for the second straight day Saturday, with hazy skies blocking visibility and authorities urging people to stay indoors. Local officials warned that the ...

Photos Of The Week
Every week, we bring you some of the most fascinating photos from around the world. This week, we've got flying hearts in India, madame butterfly in England, spring festival preparations in China, and an enchanting rainbow arching over Israel's ...

Landslide in hilly southern China kills 46 people
BEIJING — Authorities have pulled out the bodies of all 46 people, including 19 children, who were buried by a landslide that swept through a village in the steep, snow-dusted mountains of southern China, state media said Saturday. The landslide ...

Add 2012 Champions
Add 2012 Champions. Published January 12, 2013. Associated Press. Add SOCCER. South American Clubs. Argentina (Apertura) — Boca Juniors. Argentina (Clausura) — Arsenal. Bolivia (Apertura) — The Strongest. Bolivia (Clausura) — The Strongest ...

Tens of thousands take to Taipei streets to protest Taiwan's China-friendly ...
Tens of thousands take to Taipei streets to protest Taiwan's China-friendly ...

China Is Cause for Optimism on World Economic Pickup, Swan Says
China's economic recovery is a sign that global demand will improve this year, Australian Treasurer Wayne Swan said ahead of a visit to Hong Kong where he will speak today at the Asian Financial Forum. “I'm optimistic that 2013 will be a better year ...

As China's Economy Revives, So Do Fears of Inflation
GUANGZHOU — After a sharp economic slowdown through much of last year, China's economy is growing again — but not at its previous double-digit pace, and with signs that inflation might become a problem again. Shops have been crowded this weekend ...

Not All Borders Are Created Equal
The Financial Times dispatched a photographer to document Europe's relatively vanished borders. Since it's paywalled and the photos are by an FT photographer, that doesn't mean much if you aren't a subscriber. Therefore, I thought I'd take the idea and ...

On the Spot: Flying to China, but preferably not nonstop
Question: My husband is from China and visits family there every couple of years. I haven't gone since 2007 and would like to see our relatives, but the idea of a 12- to 14-hour nonstop flight has become daunting as I have aged and flying has become an ...

Chinese Player Breaks New Ground at Australian Open
MELBOURNE — Li Na has less comic material available than usual this year in Melbourne. Her husband, a target of her teasing, is no longer her coach with Carlos Rodriguez now in that role, and the Chinese men's players, another Li target for their lack ...

Zoomlion Says New Products Boosted Sales as Letter Raises Doubts
Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science & Technology Co. (1157), seeking to boost investor confidence after an anonymous letter questioned its sales, said business surged last year after it offered new products and hired more people. “We achieved growth in ...

Beijing Orders Official Cars Off Roads to Curb Pollution
Beijing ordered government vehicles off the roads as part of an emergency response to ease air pollution that has smothered China's capital for the past three days, while warning the smog will persist until Jan. 16. Hospitals were inundated with ...

Santander, JAC get China OK for car loan venture
MADRID--The China Banking Regulatory Commission has approved Banco Santander SA (NYSE:SAN) and Chinese automobile manufacturer Anhui Jianghuai Automobile Co. to operate a joint auto-financing company in the Chinese market, the Spanish ...

China Export Surge Spurs Data Skepticism at Goldman, UBS
China's unexpected surge in exports last month renewed concern from analysts at Goldman Sachs Group Inc., UBS AG and Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd. (ANZ) that statistics from the nation can be unreliable. The 14.1 percent jump from a year ...

China's Baidu Teams up with Orange in Africa
Chinese search engine Baidu has teamed up with French telco Orange to launch an Android browser targeting Africa and the Middle East, Orange announced Monday. In its first global operator deal, Baidu will provide not only a co-branded browser, but also ...

China mulls hiking investment quota for foreigners
HONG KONG — China's securities watchdog is considering substantially raising the quota that foreign institutions are allowed to invest in the country's stock markets, the agency's head said Monday, the latest signal from Beijing of plans to open the ...

Taiwan Opposition Summons 'Fury' — Will it Last?
Taiwan's opposition Democratic Progressive Party is no novice at holding massive anti-government protests, as demonstrated by Sunday's “Rally of Fury.” But will there still be enough fire to fuel the party back to power when the island's next ...

Pollution highlights the price China is paying for rapid development
BEIJING – Beijing has developed into an impressive modern city over the past two decades. But a tourist visiting the Chinese capital over the past four days would have difficulty seeing many of its ancient and modern landmarks because of the horrendous ...

Attention taxpayers, you've already paid $250 million for a company that may ...
Attention taxpayers, you've already paid $250 million for a company that may ...


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