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China Says Financial System Must Support Economy as Rates Rise
China (CNGFOREX)'s government said the nation's financial system must “better” serve economic growth under a prudent monetary-policy framework as the cost of borrowing on the interbank market surged. Authorities will boost credit support for industries ...

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How To Sell China And Other Dining Room Items (They're Worth More Than You ...

China threatens death penalty for serious polluters
BEIJING | Wed Jun 19, 2013 10:50am EDT. BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese authorities have given courts the powers to hand down the death penalty in serious pollution cases, state media said, as the government tries to assuage growing public anger at ...

China is the world's next meltdown worry
While no one can take their eyes off the Fed these days, economists are growing increasingly alarmed about what's going on with that other ginormous economy on the other side of the world. HSBC became the latest on Wednesday to cut its China growth ...

China's Xi Harks Back to Mao in Party 'Cleanup'
China's new leader Xi Jinping is commanding wayward Communist Party cadres to purify themselves of corruption, and he's summed it up in a pithy slogan as Mao Zedong might have done: Look in the mirror, take a bath. China's leadership wants to show a ...

China's Xi tells Vietnam wants peace in South China Sea
By Ben Blanchard. BEIJING | Wed Jun 19, 2013 12:16pm EDT. BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese President Xi Jinping told his visiting Vietnamese counterpart of Wednesday that maintaining peace and stability in the contested South China Sea was vital for both ...

Asian markets hammered on China fears, Fed exit plan
By Chikako Mogi and Wayne Cole. TOKYO/SYDNEY | Thu Jun 20, 2013 6:36am EDT. TOKYO/SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian markets buckled badly on Thursday after the Federal Reserve heralded an eventual end to free money and China turned the screw on ...

Hong Kong Faith in China Falls to 20-Year Low as Snowden Arrives
Hong Kong residents' disapproval of the “one country, two systems” system that gives their city autonomy from China rose to the highest level since before the territory reverted to Chinese rule in 1997, a poll showed. Some 47.2 percent of people ...

How Nestlé Finds Clean Milk in China
Exploding watermelons, toxic peanuts, and contaminated rice are just some of the food hazards that routinely bedevil Chinese consumers. The risks of contamination are particularly far-reaching in the case of milk since more than 70 percent of Chinese ...

Mexico tequila market in China: drunk with promise
MEXICO CITY — Mexico wants China to loosen up and have a little tequila. Actually, lots of it. Order Reprints. Dario Lopez-Mills, File | AP Photo FILE - In this Aug. 28, 2006 file photo, a shot of aged Tequila Herradura with a lemon and salt fixings ...

Signs of China Weakness Mount
Mounting evidence of weakness in China's economy and increasing stress in its financial system are testing the government. But is China's banking sector experiencing something similar to Lehman's collapse? Silvercrest Asset Management's managing ...

'Snowden Effect' Aids Chinese Security Stocks
Disclosures about U.S. data-gathering operations around the world have boosted some Chinese Internet-security stocks. After Edward Snowden, who has said he was previously employed by the Central Intelligence Agency and had been working at a ...

Why Beijing is mum on Snowden
Since NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden revealed 10 days ago that he was hiding out in Hong Kong, the Chinese government has pointedly refused to say if it intends to do anything about him. Skip to next paragraph ...

Why India Trails China
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — MODERN India is, in many ways, a success. Its claim to be the world's largest democracy is not hollow. Its media is vibrant and free; Indians buy more newspapers every day than any other nation. Since independence in 1947, life ...

Hare vs. Tortoise: How Chinese Brands Are Trying to Go Global
As China, Inc. looks to expand globally, it faces a hard reality: No matter how successful it's biggest brands are at home, few consumers abroad have any idea who they are. How to overcome that challenge is the hundred billion-yuan question. After ...

Dead dolphin, dog meat festival rile China's animal lovers
BEIJING -- For animal lovers in China, the week seemed to bring one discouraging headline after another. First, tourists in a southern resort reportedly manhandled a stranded dolphin and took photos with it rather than immediately call for help; the ...

China's jailed Nobel's wife prepares legal challenge of husband's conviction ...
China's jailed Nobel's wife prepares legal challenge of husband's conviction ...

Charting China's Cash Crunch
A cash crunch in China's all important money markets has hit the headlines, conjuring images of the U.S. after the collapse of Lehman Brothers. On Thursday, interbank borrowing rates hit a nosebleed-inducing 28% for seven-day loans. Bank of China – one ...

1984 Nobel Peace Prize winner
The news that New York University is showing the door to Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng, apparently under pressure from the Chinese Communist Party, is disturbing. We will likely never know the back channel conversations that occurred or to what ...

China's Credit Crunch Signals How Serious Beijing Is About Reform
So what to make of China's June credit crunch, the worst in at least a decade, which saw interbank lending rates reach a new high? On June 20, the overnight repurchase rate set a record at 13.91 percent, before the People's Bank of China, China's ...

China Says Alibaba Investment Service May Face Penalties
BEIJING—China on Friday said a new Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. investment service didn't comply with regulations, illustrating the challenge the e-commerce giant and other Chinese technology firms face as they expand into new businesses. The decision ...

China Poses Global Growth Risk as Li Squeezes Credit: Economy
China's attempt to balance its economy without breaking it puts global growth at risk should policy makers fail. Premier Li Keqiang's three-month-old government is allowing the tightest squeeze on credit in at least a decade to wean the nation off a ...

As Beijing air pollution worsens, some American expats clear out
BEIJING — After nearly two decades in Beijing, David Wolf knew it was time for a change when his 11-year-old son, Aaron, somberly asked him, "Dad, when you were growing up, did you ever have PE outdoors?" Wolf had grown up in smog-choked Los ...

Asia Stocks Outside Japan Cap Worst Run Since 2011 on Fed, China
Asian stocks outside Japan fell this week, with the regional benchmark index slumping to its longest losing streak in two years, amid concern that U.S. stimulus is nearing an end and that a cash crunch in China is worsening. Samsung Electronics Co., a ...

Hong Kong silent so far on extradition, but some lawmakers say China should ...
Hong Kong silent so far on extradition, but some lawmakers say China should ...

China's New President Sets Up a Potential Showdown, With Himself
The turbulence that struck China's banks this week is the latest episode in a political drama likely to play out in coming months: President Xi versus President Xi. World Twitter Logo. Connect With Us on Twitter. Follow @nytimesworld for international ...

How Serious Is the Coming China Slowdown?
Not very -- at least not yet. But the risk of a steeper decline is there. ChinaFile Jun 22 2013, 7:30 AM ET. Tweet. More. Email. Print. banknotebanner.jpg Reuters. Arthur Kroeber: The recent gyrations on the Chinese inter-bank market underscore that ...

Commentary: Translate wish and will to concrete action in China-US cooperation
BEIJING, June 22 (Xinhua) -- In a highly symbolic episode of interaction, the first U.S. teacher in space, Barbara Morgan, recently exchanged letters with her Chinese counterpart, Wang Yaping. "On behalf of teachers and students around the world, I ...

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People Are Making Way To Big Too Big A Deal About A Surging Chinese ...

Food contamination prompts milk smuggling in China
Contamination fears have spurred many parents in China to go abroad to buy baby formula. In Hong Kong, more people are being arrested for smuggling milk than drugs. CBS News. Correction: Clarification: RELATED. Story: Photos of Ai Weiwei's latest work, ...


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