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Chinese firms invest in emerging markets energy for EU toehold
By Maja Zuvela. STANARI, Bosnia, June 11 | Tue Jun 11, 2013 10:13am EDT. STANARI, Bosnia, June 11 (Reuters) - When China's Dongfang Electric Corp. bid to build the Stanari power plant in northern Bosnia, the strategy was simple: sacrifice profits for a ...

China Health: Chinese Have Fewer Years Lost To Disability Than Other G-20 ...
China Health: Chinese Have Fewer Years Lost To Disability Than Other G-20 ...

China: Employment Trouble Ahead
China's economic headache just got a little worse. Along with rising local debt, plunging exports, and lackluster investment, add the specter of weak employment. “Hiring plans in China stand at their weakest level since 1Q 2010,” warned Manpower Group ...

Blast off! Chinese astronauts launch into orbit
A Chinese rocket roared into space Tuesday carrying a crew of three is on its way to the nation's space module orbiting Earth. The trio of astronauts — two men and a woman — blasted off aboard their Shenzhou 10 spacecraft toward the Tiangong 1 module ...

Myanmar gas pipeline complete but cites China delays
Wed Jun 12, 2013 5:50am EDT. * Construction on China side faces 2-3 month delay. * Myanmar looks to coal to meet acute power shortages. * New gas discoveries to be put to domestic use first. By Jason Szep. NAYPYITAW, Myanmar, June 12 (Reuters) - A ...

Not Just Solar: The China Car Industry Capacity Problem
China has the capacity to build twice as many solar panels as the world needs–so much so that the Middle Kingdom, according to European officials, has been dumping them overseas. So desperate is the drive to unload extra stock that the Chinese are ...

Smithfield Embodies China's Record Hunger for Farm Assets
On a sunny March afternoon, 11 Chinese executives armed with digital cameras and iPads got out of a van on Brazil's highway BR-163 to photograph soybean-loaded trucks headed to export terminals in the south. Dressed in polo shirts, jeans and boots, the ...

'Made In China' Evolves As Chinese Manufacturers Fight To Shed Poor Reputation
Ben Walters was unimpressed the first time he stepped into a Chinese factory. “It was incredibly primitive,” he said. “Safe but small, and using antiquated equipment. The education of the staff and management was pretty low.” Walters was searching for ...

Realpolitik and Spinning the US-China Summit
HONG KONG — According to a Chinese article widely circulated on the Internet, the Obama-Xi summit meeting last weekend has made Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan jealous. Published in People's Daily, the mouthpiece of the Communist Party, the ...

UPDATE 1-EU says wants WTO ruling versus Chinese steel duties
Wed Jun 12, 2013 9:16am EDT. (Adds quotes, detail). PARIS, June 12 (Reuters) - The European Commission will lodge a complaint with the World Trade Organisation against Chinese duties on steel tubes used in power plants, the bloc's industry ...

Protecting American High-End Research as China Rises
A girl riding a robot made by the Shanghai Jiaotong University at a science event in Wu Hong/European Pressphoto Agency A girl riding a robot made by the Shanghai Jiaotong University at a science event in Shanghai. BEIJING — If the authors of a new ...

Chinese Journalist Said to Be Detained in Beijing
BEIJING — A Chinese journalist who recently released a documentary about a women's forced labor camp and has worked as a freelance photographer for The New York Times has been detained by police officers in Beijing, his friends and family members ...

Baidu Drop Makes Index Cheapest in Five Weeks: China Overnight
Chinese equities slumped for a third day in New York, driving their valuations to the lowest level in five weeks, as property and Internet companies sank. The Bloomberg China-US Equity Index of the most-traded Chinese stocks in the U.S. fell 0.9 ...

Chinese cartoonists have field day with NSA revelations
... • A daily summary of global reports on security issues. Skip to next paragraph. Whitney Eulich. Latin America Editor. Whitney Eulich is the Monitor's Latin America editor, overseeing regional coverage for CSMonitor.com and the weekly magazine. She ...

Shale Gas: China's Untapped Resource
When I met recently with a senior investment officer from China Investment Corporation (CIC), the country's sovereign wealth fund, I was told that CIC is very bullish on the United States. Why? In CIC's opinion, the existence of large shale gas ...

Life in Shanghai
On a world map the coordinates of Shanghai are unequivocal, latitude 31°12'N, longitude 121°30', but as a human representation the megacity lies between the rational and precise studies of the experts, geographers, economists or sociologists, and the ...

Emerging Stocks Tumble to Nine-Month Low on World Bank
Emerging-market stocks tumbled to a nine-month low as the World Bank cut its global growth forecast and investors weighed the prospects for reduced monetary stimulus. China stocks in Hong Kong entered a bear market. The Hang Seng China Enterprises ...

UPDATE 2-EU files WTO complaint over Chinese stainless steel duty
Thu Jun 13, 2013 11:03am EDT. By Tom Miles. GENEVA, June 13 (Reuters) - The European Union lodged a complaint at the World Trade Organization on Thursday against China's imposition of anti-dumping duties on imports of stainless steel tubes, ...

Snowden's Claims Complicate US-China Ties
The debate over cybersecurity between the U.S. and China could shift following claims by a former U.S. contractor that Washington has hacked computers in Hong Kong and mainland China since 2009, complicating the potential for warming ties following ...

China's Zhejiang Province Proposes to Let Cities Limit Vehicles
China's eastern Zhejiang province is proposing to allow its cities to limit the number of new vehicles to control traffic congestion, the latest in the world's largest auto market to consider such restrictions. The Zhejiang legislative affairs office ...

Ex-NSA Contractor's Disclosures May Draw China's Attention
HONG KONG — The decision by a former National Security Agency contractor to divulge classified data about the U.S. government's surveillance of computers in mainland China and Hong Kong has complicated his legal position, but may also make China's ...

EU free-trade states urge quick resolution of Chinese solar dispute
Fri Jun 14, 2013 8:57am EDT. * EU Commission put tariffs on Chinese solar panels on June 6. * Free-trade advocates worry EU is heading towards a trade war. By Ethan Bilby. LUXEMBOURG, June 14 (Reuters) - A group of free-trading northern European ...

Snowden and China
The decision of Edward Snowden, the 29-year-old contractor who exposed details of top-secret U.S. spy programs, to hole up in Hong Kong is one of more bizarre aspects to this story. He told the South China Morning Post this week that he chose Hong Kong ...

China Sees Slowing Capital Inflows
BEIJING—Global capital flows into China slowed sharply in May as Beijing clamped down on hot money, and as concerns that the world's second-largest economy is running out of steam raised doubts about the future strength of the yuan. The sharply lower ...

UPDATE 2-Smithfield profit plunges after China blocks imports
Fri Jun 14, 2013 11:13am EDT. * Fourth-quarter earnings/share fell 63 pct to $0.21 vs est $0.43. * Sales rise 3 pct to $3.3 bln. * Says exports to China and Russia fall on certification issues. By Aditi Shrivastava. June 14 (Reuters) - Smithfield Foods ...

Canada Promotes Stronger Agricultural Trade With China
Canada continues to actively pursue stronger agricultural trade ties with China and Hong Kong with recent meetings among the participants deemed as successful. In a teleconference call Friday, Canada's Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz, who led Canada's ...

China to Aid Solar Industry by Easier Financing, Cabinet Says
China will support the nation's solar companies through hard times by urging lenders to ease financing and by pushing for industry consolidation, the central government said. China must aid the industry's “healthy development” through the current ...

A Briton's Bitter Farewell to China Echoes Loudly
MOGANSHAN, China — MARK KITTO is still here. But he is leaving soon, he swears. It will happen sometime this summer, he said, after a final road trip with his family to the outer reaches of the Chinese empire, where two decades ago as a British ...

Chinese shuttlers under fire again after Jakarta upset
Sat Jun 15, 2013 3:44am EDT. (Reuters) - Chinese badminton is once again coming under fire after world number three Du Pengyu's shock loss to unranked Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka at the Indonesia Super Series event. The sport's governing body, the ...

China quickly evolving into a links - loving nation
Beijing-based reporters Li Jian (left) and Qi Meng at the U.S. Open in Merion. Li attributes the start of the China's golf boom to an unusual source: SARS virus. Travel Deals. $149 -- Historic Maryland Inn w/Breakfast & Wine, Reg. $319 · See all travel ...


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