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North Korea is China's problem now
Editor's note: Paul Haenle is the director of the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy in Beijing. The views expressed are the writer's own. Beijing has long seen itself as the arbitrator between Pyongyang and Washington in addressing North ...

Who is Chinese first lady Peng Liyuan?
She's making a splash on the global stage. Why should we care? Peng Liyuan in Mexico. Mexican first lady Angelica Rivera with Chinese first lady Peng Liyuan in Mexico on June 4. (Photo: Yuri Cortez, AFP/Getty Images) ...

China IDs suspect, says he set deadly bus fire in anger
BEIJING – The suspect in a commuter bus fire that rattled a prosperous Chinese port city wrote a suicide note saying he was unhappy and angry before dying in the blaze, local authorities said Saturday. The fire ripped through the bus as it traveled on ...

President Xi uses trip to increase China's influence
Chinese President Xi Jinping sees his four-nation tour as a way to expand China's exports. xi in mexico 060613. Chinese first lady Peng Liyuan; her husband, Chinese President Xi Jinping; his Mexican counterpart Erique Pena Nieto; and his wife, Angelica ...

Chinese Link 47 Deaths in Bus Blast to a Suicide
BEIJING — An unemployed man intent on killing himself set off an explosion that engulfed a bus in flames and killed 47 people in the southeastern city of Xiamen on Friday, according to reports on Saturday by state-run news organizations. World Twitter ...

Secretive US panel eyes China's Smithfield deal
Experts don't think that the acquisition of Smithfield Foods by a Chinese firm will have problems with the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States but some in Congress are concerned. smithfield-hams. The merger of Smithfield and Shuanghui ...

Chinese city gov't says suspect died in rush-hour commuter bus fire he set to ...
Chinese city gov't says suspect died in rush-hour commuter bus fire he set to ...

In China, More Signs of Slowing Growth
HONG KONG — After weathering the global financial crisis better than any other large economy, China is now showing its own signs of slackening growth despite heavy lending from state-owned banks and extensive government investment programs, data ...

Brother-in-law of Chinese Nobel winner jailed for 11 years
HUAIROU, China (Reuters) - A Chinese court on Sunday sentenced the brother-in-law of jailed Nobel Peace Prize laureate Liu Xiaobo to 11 years in prison on charges of fraud in a case that rights activists have called another example of official ...

Obama, China Make Climate Change Agreement
... Change. * Leaders address tensions over cybersecurity * Agreement to pressure North Korea on nuclear arms * Eight hours of talks at desert retreat (Adds details) By Matt Spetalnick, Steve Holland and John Ruwitch RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif., June 8 ...

China inflation slows to 2.1% in May: report
China's consumer inflation for May grew less than the market expected, slowed by slumping vegetable prices, China's state news agency, Xinhua, reported. Citing the National Bureau of Statistics Sunday, Xinhua said the consumer-price index, a main gauge ...

Despite the politics, Chinese investment in US grows
RALEIGH, North Carolina (Reuters) - The biggest-ever Chinese acquisition of a U.S. company faces hurdles in Washington from lawmakers and regulators, but in much of America, Chinese investment is quietly booming. With over $10.5 billion of deals by ...

Japan sending soldiers in warships to US for first time for training amid ...
Japan sending soldiers in warships to US for first time for training amid ...

Growing concern over US military components made in China
The Pentagon is becoming increasingly worried about relying on military components that are made in China. CBS News. Correction: Clarification: RELATED. Story: · Focusing on cybersecurity, Obama meets with China's Xi · Blog: Data mining revelations ...

China Car Sales Rise More Slowly as Trade Data Seen Slowing
China's passenger-vehicle sales rose at a slower pace in May as consumer confidence waned amid signs that momentum for economic growth is slowing. Wholesale deliveries of cars, multipurpose and sport utility vehicles increased 9 percent to 1.4 million ...

Amid China's Boom, Fake Wines Proliferate
BEIJING — Bruno Paumard, the cellar master at a vineyard in China, cannot stop laughing while describing a bottle of supposedly French wine a friend gave him two years ago. It was white wine with a label proclaiming it was from the vineyards of ...

Hong Kong Baffled by Snowden's Hideout
Agence France-Presse/Getty Images: One lawyer said Hong Kong may be the worst place in the world to avoid extradition. More In Hong Kong. A Hero's Welcome for Snowden on Chinese Internet · Hong Kong Baffled by Snowden's Hideout · NSA Leaker's ...

Leak of NSA surveillance programs tests US, China ties after informal summit
BEIJING – A day after the presidents of China and the United States ended their first summit, pledges of cooperation by the two leaders faced an early test from an unexpected quarter -- an American intelligence contractor was leaking highly sensitive U ...

On Surveillance, Is America Becoming More Like China?
Is America becoming more like China, a country that has long subjected its citizens to surveillance? The revelations came in a week when President Barack Obama met with Xi Jinping in California — and cybersecurity was a major point of discussion, with ...

Kazakhs launch 'Silk Road' China-Europe rail route
By Raushan Nurshayeva. ASTANA | Mon Jun 10, 2013 7:54am EDT. ASTANA (Reuters) - Kazakhstan has launched a new transit railway linking China to Europe, aiming to beat rival routes for journey time in the competition to handle a growing flow of goods ...

China marks decade of human spaceflight
BEIJING — China's astronauts have braved the tension of docking with a space station and performed delicate tasks outside their orbiting capsule, but now face a more down-to-earth job that is perhaps equally challenging: Talking to young people about ...

NSA leak may test US, China ties
BEIJING (AP) — A day after the presidents of China and the United States ended their first summit, pledges of cooperation by the two leaders faced an early test from an unexpected quarter—an American intelligence contractor was leaking highly ...

Copper Pares Losses As Traders Weigh China Data, US Outlook
NEW YORK--Copper futures touched a five-week low Monday after China reported lower exports and slower industrial production in May, fanning concerns about weaker demand from the world's largest copper consumer. But prices backed off their lows after ...

Censorship lawsuit against Baidu and China gets new life in US
By Jonathan Stempel. Mon Jun 10, 2013 11:35am EDT. (Reuters) - A U.S. judge has given a lawsuit by pro-democracy activists against Baidu Inc and the People's Republic of China new life, even after the country invoked its authority as a sovereign nation ...

China's economy stumbles in May, growth may fall in second quarter
BEIJING (Reuters) - Risks are rising that China's economic growth will fall further in the second quarter and that full-year forecasts will be cut further, after weekend data showed weakness in May exports and domestic activity struggling to pick up ...

Chasing a Golden Dream, Chinese Miners Are on the Run in Ghana
DAKAR, Senegal — The lucky ones have hidden out on cocoa farms and in Chinese-owned companies, surviving on yams and water, moving about constantly and trembling at the prospect of being discovered by Ghana's security forces. The unlucky ones ...

Sinopec Tumbles as Output Sinks Huaneng: China Overnight
Chinese equities fell in New York for the first time in three days, led by China Petroleum and Chemical Corp. and Huaneng (HNP) Power International Inc., after slower growth in industrial output and exports damped prospects for expansion in the world's ...

Few Chinese follow NSA revelations but embrace leaker
Some say China's censors would prevent coverage if a Chinese citizen tried to emulate Edward Snowden. snowden. Edward Snowden speaks during an interview in Hong Kong. (Photo: Getty Images) ...

Audit Office Shines Light On Local Government Debt
Reuters: A worker walked on a path at a construction site next to a newly built residential compound in Wuhan, Hubei province, in March. In recent years, local governments in China have borrowed to build infrastructure and housing. . In recent years ...

China Setting up First University Campuses Abroad
In the capital of tropical Laos, two dozen students who see their future in trade ties with neighboring China spent their school year attending Mandarin classes in a no-frills, rented room. It's the start of China's first, and almost certainly not its ...


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