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China asserts clout in Central Asia with huge Turkmen gas project
By Marat Gurt. GALKYNYSH GAS FIELD, Turkmenistan | Wed Sep 4, 2013 9:19am EDT. GALKYNYSH GAS FIELD, Turkmenistan (Reuters) - China's President Xi Jinping helped inaugurate the world's second-largest gas field in Turkmenistan on Wednesday, ...

Three Ways To Understand GSK's China Scandal
An employee of British drug firm GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) enters their office headquarters in Shanghai on July 1, 2013. Chinese police are investigating senior management staff GlaxoSmithKline in China for suspected 'economic crimes', according to a ...

220000 pounds of poisoned dead fish scooped up in pollution-plagued China
BEIJING Authorities have scooped up around 100,000 kilograms (220,000 pounds) of dead fish they say were poisoned by ammonia from a chemical plant, environmental officials and state media said Wednesday, in a reminder of the pollution plaguing the ...

Philippines says China moving to occupy disputed reef
By Rosemarie Francisco and Manuel Mogato. MANILA | Wed Sep 4, 2013 12:36pm EDT. MANILA (Reuters) - China plans to occupy a disputed chain of reefs and rocks in the South China Sea to expand its territory before regional rules on maritime behavior ...

China Record Drop in Credit Growth Puts Momentum at Risk
Tomohiro Ohsumi/Bloomberg. The moderation in credit after a record first-quarter financing boom stands to cap an economic rebound being driven by a recovery in confidence and Premier Li Keqiang's support measures. China's leaders are extending a ...

UPDATE 1-China backs Russia over Syria at G20 summit
Thu Sep 5, 2013 5:11am EDT. * Obama, Putin trade barbs ahead of summit. * G20 loses cohesion as economic crisis manager. * Emerging markets fret over dollar resurgence. By Timothy Heritage. ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Sept 5 (Reuters) - China warned ...

China probes against foreign pharma unfair: EU business lobby
By Michael Martina. BEIJING | Thu Sep 5, 2013 5:10am EDT. BEIJING (Reuters) - Foreign pharmaceutical firms in China have been unfairly targeted by a string of investigations into bribery and price-fixing despite generally strong legal compliance, ...

China Beats U.S. for Korean Students Seeing Career Ticket
Two years ago, Lee Eun Yul made an unusual choice for a South Korean student: to do her master's degree in Shanghai instead of the U.S. She says the decision helped land her a job at Samsung Electronics Co., (005930) the top pick for graduates. “I ...

Chinese Official, a Symbol of Greed and Corruption, Is Sentenced
HONG KONG — A court in northwest China sentenced a former provincial safety official on Thursday to 14 years in prison for graft, a year after he became a symbol of a callous and corrupt bureaucracy when Chinese Internet users circulated photographs ...

China says military strike against Syria would hurt global economy
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia -- A senior Chinese official, backing Russia in opposing a U.S.-led military strike in Syria, warned that such action would hurt the global economy. It "will definitely have a negative impact on the world economy," said Vice ...

Tons of poisoned fish clog river in China's Hubei province
Hong Kong (CNN) -- After the thousands of dead pigs, come the tons of poisoned fish. The Fuhe River is the scene of the latest disturbing example of river pollution in China. Authorities cleared about 110 tons of dead fish from a 40-kilometer section ...

China Signals Speedier Moves to Loosen Capital Controls
BEIJING—China's central bank signaled it is considering speeding up the loosening of controls on investment flows in and out of China, indicating determination to press ahead with financial reform despite growing financial risks. With a stable economy ...

Horror on high seas: Deadly tale told at China trial
Mutineers turned on each other, split into regional gangs on fishing vessel far from home. Shidao. Residents fish in the Chishan area of Shidao. (Photo: Calum MacLeod, USA TODAY). Story Highlights. All survivors of deadly squid mission sentenced in ...

Chinese boy's aunt cut out his eyes: police
Authorities in China insist a 6-year-old boy's aunt was the person who gouged the child's eyes out last week, but his family isn't convinced. Police revealed more Wednesday about their investigation into the horrifying attack which left the young boy ...

China Stocks Rise as Shanghai Trade Zone Boosts Banks, Shippers
China's stocks rose, capping a weekly gain for the benchmark index, as airlines, banks and shipping companies rallied on speculation Shanghai's Free-Trade Zone will lure more business into the nation's commercial hub. Cosco Shipping Co. jumped 10 ...

HSBC completes cross-border, two-way yuan lending in China
HONG KONG | Fri Sep 6, 2013 6:13am EDT. HONG KONG (Reuters) - HSBC said on Friday it had completed a two-way cross-border yuan lending transaction for a Taiwanese company under a pilot program China introduced in August, becoming the first ...

China to Finish Debt Audit Ahead of Key Meeting
China will this month complete an audit of local-government debt to assess risks to its financial system, ahead of a Communist Party meeting in November to set economic policy, a government official said. China's finance ministry will wrap up its first ...

China able to cope with Fed policy tapering -c.bank head
BEIJING, Sept 6 | Fri Sep 6, 2013 7:14am EDT. BEIJING, Sept 6 (Reuters) - China will be able to cope with a possible shock if the U.S. Federal Reserve opts to taper its stimulus policy, central bank chief Zhou Xiaochuan said in comments published on ...

China's Xi tells Obama Syria crisis can't be resolved with military strike
By Sui-Lee Wee. BEIJING | Fri Sep 6, 2013 8:36am EDT. BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese President Xi Jinping told his U.S. counterpart Barack Obama on Friday that the crisis in Syria should not be resolved through a military strike and urged him to consider ...

China's Plans to Open Shanghai as Hong Kong Rival Boost Stocks
China's plans to elevate Shanghai's role through looser controls on capital flows and expanded foreign investment drove share gains in companies tied to the city, Hong Kong's main rival as the nation's financial center. Shanghai International Port ...

China to cap rare earth production at 93800 T in 2013 -ministry
BEIJING, Sept 6 | Fri Sep 6, 2013 5:48pm IST. BEIJING, Sept 6 (Reuters) - China will cap rare earth production at 93,800 tonnes over the whole of 2013 as part of efforts to rein in unlicensed production in the sector, the country's land and resources ...

Daffy over ducks: They are all the rage in China
Communist Party not thrilled with copycats, use of ducks for democracy. chinaduck090613_013. The giant rubber duck by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman floats at Beijing Garden Expo Park on Sept. 6 in Beijing. (Photo: Calum MacLeod, USA TODAY) ...

Yingli Surges to 19-Month High on View: China Overnight
China's stocks traded in New York rose for a fourth day, led by Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. (YGE) and China Southern Airlines Co., on growing optimism the economy is strengthening after two quarters of slowing growth. The Bloomberg China-US Equity ...

Apple looks into new allegations of labor violations in China
Apple is facing a fresh round of allegations of labor abuses in its supply chain, this time at a facility run by supplier Jabil Circuit. In a report published Thursday by China Labor Watch, the group said that the rush to produce a cheaper version of ...

Everbright Errant China Trades Lead to $85 Million Monthly Loss
Everbright Securities Co. (601788) posted an unconsolidated net loss of 523 million yuan ($85 million) last month after $3.8 billion in erroneous trading orders that roiled China's equity market and drew a record regulatory penalty. The country's ...

China's Plans to Open Shanghai Boosts Stocks
China's plans to elevate Shanghai's role through looser controls on capital flows and expanded foreign investment drove share gains in companies tied to the city, Hong Kong's main rival as the nation's financial center. Shanghai International Port ...

China's fanciest restaurants reeling over new austerity
China's high-end restaurants have dropped the abalone and are busy reinventing themselves as family destinations since the government's campaign against the kinds of party extravagances that have angered ordinary Chinese, such as dining on the public ...

China May Cut 2014 Growth Target to 7%, State Economist Fan Says
China's government may cut the country's annual growth target to 7 percent next year, although the actual pace of expansion will be higher, said Fan Jianping, chief economist at a state research institute. The drop would be in line with the goal set in ...

China Looks West as It Bolsters Regional Ties
ASTANA, Kazakhstan — President Xi Jinping of China, evoking the camel caravans of the old Silk Road that traversed the ancient plains of Kazakhstan on their way from China to Europe, said Saturday that he wanted to create a contemporary version that ...

China premier calls for "human focus" to urbanisation plan
BEIJING | Sun Sep 8, 2013 9:58am IST. BEIJING (Reuters) - China's premier, Li Keqiang, wants his plan to turn more Chinese into city dwellers to be "humanity-centred", focusing on quality of life and the environment and driven by job creation, the ...


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