Los Angeles (LA) Chinese Resources
VPNDada: Best VPNs for China
Home LA News China News Articles Chinese Restaurants LA Resources Chinese Resources Resources About


News Archive
Home > China News

China News 07/2013 (Page 3)



Economists See Further Slowdown in China
BEIJING—China's economic growth likely slowed for the second consecutive quarter, according to economists' second-quarter forecasts, with anemic export performance taking a toll on the economy and increasing signs that credit driven-growth has run its ...

China Cash Squeeze Seen Creating Vietnam-Size Credit Hole
China's money-market cash squeeze is likely to reduce credit growth this year by 750 billion yuan ($122 billion), an amount equivalent to the size of Vietnam's economy, according to a Bloomberg News survey. The number is the median estimate of 15 ...

Ex-China railways minister given death sentence in corruption case
BEIJING -- China's former railways minister was handed a death sentence with a two-year reprieve Monday following his conviction on charges of abuse of power and bribery. Liu Zhijun, 60, is likely to see his sentence commuted to life in prison, as have ...

China's Clampdown on Corruption Widens
SHANGHAI—Chinese authorities sentenced the nation's former railways minister to a de facto sentence of life in prison for bribery even as they launched a probe into the chairman of a major state-run tin producer, as Beijing continues its campaign to ...

Glyphsoate China Monthly Report 1304 - Annual Subscription
It has been more than one month since the Chinese National People's Congress and Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference were held and no regulation has been published about the organophosphorus pesticide industry. The prices of ...

Ecuador Seeking Up to $1.4 Billion From China , Minister Says
Ecuador, which defaulted on $3.2 billion of its international bonds four years ago, is seeking as much as $1.4 billion in financing from China to fund this year's budget, Finance Minister Fausto Herrera said. The first disbursement of the loan is ...

Illegal Mines Taint River in Southern China
About 30,000 people living downstream of the Hejiang River in southern China will have their regular water supply interrupted for the next three next weeks, following a government investigation of the contaminated river on Saturday. More than 100 small ...

Chinese city halts US school trips after Asiana crash
BEIJING – Local education officials in China suspended trips to U.S. summer camps by schools in the home city of the two teenage girls who died Saturday in the Asiana flight that crashed at San Francisco International Airport. In eastern China's ...

New Japan Defense Paper Angers Neighbors
TOKYO — China and South Korea are criticizing the latest defense report released by Japan. As the annual security white paper was released Tuesday, Japan's defense minister, Itsunori Onodera, took note of what the government considers increasingly ...

In New Forecasts, Even China Bulls Slow to a Trot
As China's government embraces the reality of lower growth, even long-time China bulls are pushing downbeat forecasts. When the second-quarter numbers are released later this month, the consensus expectation is for 7.5% growth, which would be the ...

China Starts Spot Iron Ore Platform in Rizhao to Boost Trade
China, the world's largest iron ore buyer, started a bourse in the port city of Rizhao to facilitate trading of the steel making ingredient. Rizhao International Iron Ore Exchange opened today with three transactions, according to a statement on its ...

Burning Heating Coal Cuts Lives by 5 Years in China, Study Finds
People in northern China may be dying five years sooner than expected because of diseases caused by air pollution, an unintended result of a decades-old policy providing free coal for heat, a study found. Coal burning leading to heart disease, stroke ...

Uganda Wants Chinese-Built Infrastructure Paid for With Oil
Uganda will offer most of its infrastructure projects to Chinese companies because they can be repaid from future oil revenue, unlike Western businesses that expect advance payment, the Prime Minister's office said. Uganda, classified as one of the ...

China official defends "embarrassing" environmental protection ministry
BEIJING | Tue Jul 9, 2013 7:15am EDT. BEIJING (Reuters) - China's environment minister said his ministry ranked among the world's "four major embarrassing departments" but defended the agency, saying it was hampered by overlapping functions in ...

Trade Talks Could Raise Heat on China
The U.S. is launching broad trade talks with Europe this week and preparing for the next stage of negotiations with select Asia-Pacific nations, part of the Obama administration's effort to find new fuel for economic growth. U.S. trade experts and ...

Late to the Chinese market, Ford aims to catch up
CHONGQING, China—Dave Schoch has one of the toughest jobs at Ford Motor Co.: catching the competition in the world's biggest car market. When Schoch (pronounced Shock) arrived in China 13 years ago, the government was building eight-lane ...

Greek Exports Take Aim at Chinese Palate
Greece's efforts to rebuild its shattered economy partly depend on appealing to the taste buds of people like 32-year-old Cao Leifang. Enjoying her holiday at an outdoor restaurant in Athens recently, Ms. Cao said Greek olive oil is “too light” for the ...

Under China's shadow, New Zealand signs free trade pact with Taiwan
WELLINGTON, New Zealand — New Zealand on Wednesday signed a free trade agreement with Taiwan in a deliberately low-key ceremony designed to demonstrate the South Pacific nation's fealty to its formal relations with mainland China. The location of ...

Shanghai, Hong Kong Shrug off Grim China Data
Shanghai and Hong Kong outperformed Asian markets Wednesday, shrugging off China's grim monthly trade data as investors took heart from Beijing's commitment to structural reforms. "The release of Chinese Trade Balance data today had a dampening ...

China warns of 'grim' trade outlook after surprise exports fall
By Langi Chiang and Kevin Yao. BEIJING | Wed Jul 10, 2013 6:08am EDT. BEIJING (Reuters) - China warned on Wednesday of a "grim" outlook for trade after a surprise fall in June exports, raising fresh concerns about the extent of the slowdown in the ...

RPT-US Senate to scrutinize Chinese purchase of pork producer Smithfield
Wed Jul 10, 2013 9:23am EDT. By Matt Haldane. WASHINGTON, July 9 (Reuters) - Chinese plans to buy America's Smithfield Foods - the world's biggest pork producer - will face intense scrutiny on Wednesday when U.S. senators question Smithfield's chief ...

'World's largest building' opens in China
The "New Century Global Centre" building opens to the public in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan province on June 28, 2013, the latest symbol of China's economic boom. New Century Global Centre escalators. AFP - Getty Images. The "New Century ...

After Safety Scares, Chinese Look to Mother's Milk and Other Alternatives
After years of scary cases of tainted milk injuring or even killing Chinese children, the search for safe milk has created demand for an unusual alternative: mother's milk. A company in Shenzhen, the city just across the border from Hong Kong, has paid ...

UPDATE 2-London Metal Exchange nears prize of warehouses in China
Wed Jul 10, 2013 12:16pm EDT. * China may allow foreign exchanges to open warehouses in free trade zones. * LME likely to be first to open warehouse in Shanghai's newly approved zone. * Jiangxi Copper, Jinchuan and Maike building warehouses in ...

Rainstorms Flood China's Sichuan Province, Killing Dozens
BEIJING — Rainstorms that are said to be the worst in five decades have flooded large areas of southwest China, washing out bridges, triggering a landslide that buried dozens of people, and destroying a memorial to victims of the devastating 2008 ...

China's Goal of Becoming Car Export Powerhouse Stalls at On-Ramp
China's ambition to export Chinese-made cars around the world has hit a speed bump with shipments falling for the last two months in a row. The country exported 84,400 cars last month, around one-fifth fewer than the same period last year, an auto ...

More Chinese cities likely to curb auto sales: industry group
By Fang Yan and Norihiko Shirouzu. BEIJING | Thu Jul 11, 2013 4:57am EDT. BEIJING (Reuters) - Eight more cities in China, the world's biggest auto market, are likely to announce policies restricting new vehicle purchases, an official at the automakers ...

Golf in China Is Younger Than Tiger Woods, but Growing Up Fast
Xie Chengfeng had a fever. Otherwise, the Chinese golfer would have been driving his orange coupe to the practice range on this June morning rather than languishing in bed, cold towel on his forehead, in his four-story mansion. Five years ago, Xie ...

China Widens Car-Purchase Restrictions to Fight Pollution
China, the biggest emitter of greenhouse gases, plans to widen the number of cities curbing auto purchases to fight pollution and congestion, threatening vehicle sales, the government-backed car association said. Eight cities -- Chengdu, Chongqing, ...

China hints Japan is courting 'strategic hostility' over islands
Relations between Beijing and Tokyo, long weighted down by bitter memories over the Japanese invasion of China more than 75 years ago, are declining to a fresh low in a heated war of words. Skip to next paragraph ...


cool real realtor site | Air Charter Directory | debt4consolidation.com | criminal defense lawyer website | hair transplants | local alternative medicine | automobile guide | senior care directory


Home LA News China News Articles Chinese Restaurants LA Resources Chinese Resources Resources About
© Copyright by LA4Chinese.com. All rights reserved.