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Secondary Sources: Debt Ceiling Game Theory, China and Inflation, 2013 ...
Secondary Sources: Debt Ceiling Game Theory, China and Inflation, 2013 ...

Chinese Vase Resold for Less Than Half $83 Million Record
A Chinese vase for which a bidder offered a record 51.6 million pounds ($83 million) at auction more than two years ago has been sold for less than half the price the original purchaser failed to pay. The elaborately decorated 18th-century porcelain ...

Carlyle keeps its perch in China, bucking concern over slow growth
The Carlyle Group completed its sale of China Pacific Insurance Group on Friday, a highly profitable deal that appears to run against the growing conventional wisdom that China may no longer be a vehicle for fat profits. Washington-based Carlyle, a ...

China's Journalists Are No Revolutionaries
Though sometimes driven to protest, China's journalists remain committed to working within the political system. Article; Comments. more in Opinion | Find New $LINKTEXTFIND$ ». smaller; Larger ...

IHT Quick Read: Jan. 15
NEWS Despite intensive airstrikes by French warplanes, Islamist fighters overran a strategic village and military post in central Mali on Monday, indicating that the war against extremists who have carved out a jihadist state in the nation's north ...

Common Core Standards: arguments against — and for
common core In a recent post, Yong Zhao, presidential chair and associate dean for global education at the University of Oregon's College of Education, asked five key questions about the Common Core State Standards, which are coming to 46 states and ...

China Defends Export Data After Economists' Skepticism
China's customs administration said every dollar of trade is documented, defending the quality of export data that analysts at UBS AG and Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd. said may fail to capture the true picture. “Customs import and export ...

The Breakfast Meeting: Hollywood Navigates China, and a Pritzker Heir ...
The Breakfast Meeting: Hollywood Navigates China, and a Pritzker Heir ...

METALS-Copper hits 2-week low amid US debt, China demand fears
Tue Jan 15, 2013 12:24pm EST. * Chinese buying to remain subdued ahead of Lunar New Year * Fitch says U.S. could lose triple-A rating on debt wrangling * Rio Tinto sees aluminium production drop 10 pct for 2012 By Harpreet Bhal and Maytaal Angel ...

China to survey Diaoyu Islands: FM spokesman
BEIJING, Jan. 15 (Xinhua) -- Chinese authorities will survey the Diaoyu Islands in an aim to "safeguard China's marine rights," a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman told a routine press conference on Tuesday. Spokesman Hong Lei made the remarks in ...

EU Commission finds China subsidises steelmakers -sources
Tue Jan 15, 2013 11:06am EST. * Investigation on organic coated steel coming to an end. * Provisional duties already in place over price dumping. * EU member states to vote on maintaining duties for 5 years. By Philip Blenkinsop. BRUSSELS, Jan 15 ...

Hope for Home Buyers in China
Kay Sun, a 32 year-old administrative assistant put down a deposit last month on a 2.85 million yuan ($460,000) one-bedroom apartment in Shanghai. It was a financial stretch for the single Ms. Sun, who works at an information-technology firm in a ...

China's state media finally admits to air pollution crisis
Experts and environmentalists describe the impact that air pollution has in China, which burns half of the world's coal. By Le Li and Yanzhou Liu, NBC News. BEIJING -- If you have been following China's state-controlled news media you could be forgiven ...

In China, it pays to be a home wrecker
Employees are rewarded for demolishing homes and flattening tombs. Story Highlights. Officials reward employees for implementing controversial policies; Land grabs often spark mass protests; Year-end rewards include those for achieving family planning ...

China Seen Boosting Purchases of Soybeans as Feed Demand Expands
Crushers in China, the world's biggest buyer of soybeans, boosted purchases last week as rising demand for livestock feed increased profits from processing, according to a Bloomberg survey. Companies ordered 30 cargoes from the U.S. or South America, ...

Hong Kong leader fights uphill battle in maiden policy speech
By James Pomfret and Grace Li. HONG KONG | Wed Jan 16, 2013 7:00am EST. HONG KONG (Reuters) - Embattled Hong Kong leader Leung Chun-ying unveiled measures to increase land supply to bring down property prices and called for closer economic ...

500000 Breathing Masks Sold in China in Two Days
BEIJING – I was still on vacation in the U.S. this past Saturday when my friend in Beijing texted me and told me to breathe as much as clean air as possible. She wrote to say she had never seen air so bad and she was scared. The ultrafine airborne ...

Metro's Media Markt Exits China
Metro AG, one of Europe's biggest retailers, said Wednesday it is pulling out of the Chinese consumer electronics business after two years of testing in the country as it focuses instead on countries where it already has a significant presence and ...

Weaker China Ore Usage Seen Curbing Interest in Bulk-Ship Stocks
Charter costs for ships that carry iron ore are unlikely to rebound to levels that might stoke investor interest in companies' shares as Chinese demand for the steelmaking raw material slows, said Dahlman Rose & Co. Cargoes of the ore carried to China ...

Secondary Sources: World GDP, US Taxes, China Dangers
–World GDP: The Economist charts a slowdown in world growth. “The world's growth continued to slow in the third quarter of last year, according to The Economist's measure of global GDP, based on 52 countries. Global growth fell by 0.4 percentage points ...

China Set to Exit Slowdown as Government Supports Infrastructure
China's economy is set to exit a seven-quarter slowdown as the government rolls out infrastructure projects and limited inflation lets officials hold off from tightening monetary policy. The National Bureau of Statistics will report tomorrow that gross ...

Baby Panda At China's Wolong Nature Reserve 'Waves' At The Camera (PHOTO)
This week, a stunningly cute one-month-old giant panda cub has attained viral success after he was photographed giving what looks like an adorable little wave. panda wave. The precious close-up was captured by Dr. Katherine Feng at the China ...

China: One-child policy is here to stay
By Le Li and Alastair Jamieson, NBC News. BEIJING -- China has quelled speculation its controversial "one-child" policy is to be scrapped, instead announcing Wednesday that family planning laws to curb the birth rate will remain. “The policy should be ...

Busted by security audit: Developer outsourced critical infrastructure job to ...
Busted by security audit: Developer outsourced critical infrastructure job to ...

Tethys Venture Expects Nod for North Sea-Size Deposit by March
Tethys Petroleum Ltd. (TPL) expects Tajikistan to approve its venture with Total SA (FP) and China National Petroleum Corp. this quarter, speeding up exploration in an area that may hold more oil and gas than the North Sea. A group of executives from ...

US Official Suggests Tokyo Help Calm Tensions
TOKYO—A senior U.S. official issued a subtle but clear message to the Japanese government suggesting Tokyo tone down its rhetoric and actions in its intensifying territorial spat with Beijing. "We have conveyed privately our desire for quiet diplomacy ...

Iron-Ore Swaps Rally as China Steel Production Seen Advancing
Iron-ore swaps gained the most in two weeks as Chinese steel output advanced and the cost of physical cargoes halted a plunge. February contracts rose 3 percent to $138 a dry metric ton as of 12:42 p.m. in London, according to GFI Group Inc. That's ...

UPDATE 1-Japan's Abe in Thailand to talk economic ties, security
Thu Jan 17, 2013 9:32am EST. * PM Abe in SE Asia on first trip since Dec election. * One aim is to counterbalance China in the region. * Thailand trying to mediate in South China Sea disputes (Adds comments from news conference). By Amy Sawitta Lefevre ...

COLUMN-China offers greatest prize of all for shale gas: Kemp
Thu Jan 17, 2013 10:05am EST. By John Kemp. LONDON Jan 17 (Reuters) - China will almost certainly fail to meet its target of producing 6.5 billion cubic metres of shale gas per year by 2015. Even so, there can be no doubt it is set to become one of the ...

'Skyfall' Censored: China Chops Scene, Alters Dialogue of Bond Film
According to the Hollywood Reporter, a scene in which Daniel Craig's James Bond kills a Chinese security guard was spliced from the film. The altered dialogue appears later in the film, when Bond asks Severine (Berenice Marlohe) about whether or not ...


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