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CNH Tracker-China's cross-border payment woes drive companies to yuan
Wed Sep 18, 2013 10:48pm EDT. By Michelle Chen HONG KONG, Sept 19 (Reuters) - As Shanghai prepares to announce details of its much awaited free trade zone next week, it could take a leaf out of Hong Kong's success story in wooing foreign ...

The Africans making it big in China
HONG KONG (AFP) – From a windowless room in a dilapidated Hong Kong high-rise, Ali Diallo sells Chinese electronics to retailers across Africa. The modest surroundings belie the multi-million dollar business the West African trader has built in the ...

China to shame worst-polluting cities over and over in push for green action
(CNN) -- Let the naming and shaming begin. China will start to point the finger at its top ten most air-polluted cities -- each and every month -- in the hopes that national humiliation will push positive environmental action. A parallel list of the ...

China property developers pull down shutters, hoard cash
By Umesh Desai and Yimou Lee. HONG KONG | Wed Sep 18, 2013 10:14pm EDT. HONG KONG (Reuters) - China's biggest property developers are sitting on $25 billion in cash as they prepare for a possible credit crunch and another round of crackdowns ...

Angry Skies: Japanese Jets Scramble as Tensions with China Escalate
A Japan Air Self-Defense Force F-2 fighter jet takes off during the U.S-Japan biennial joint bilateral field-training exercise Keen Sword 2013 at Misawa air base in Aomori prefecture on Nov. 5, 2012. Email · Print; Share. Facebook · Twitter · Tumblr ...

DTS8 Coffee to Introduce Don Manuel(R) Coffee at Maple Leaf Ball in Shanghai ...
DTS8 Coffee to Introduce Don Manuel(R) Coffee at Maple Leaf Ball in Shanghai ...

Wison Records Are Seized by China Authorities
BEIJING—An engineering contractor with ties to China's largest oil company said authorities had seized records and frozen some of its bank accounts and that its chairman, who had been assisting probes by authorities, was unreachable. Wison Engineering ...

China Makes Life Hard for Multinationals
China fired a warning shot for foreign business in late July. A senior official in a closed-door meeting in Beijing admonished the in-house counsels of more than two dozen European and U.S. multinationals, saying their China operations may be ...

PetroChina Declines as Oil Outweighs Fed: China Overnight
Chinese energy companies from Yanzhou Coal Mining Co. (YZC) to PetroChina Co. fell in New York after rallying in Hong Kong, as slumping oil prices outweighed the Federal Reserve's decision to maintain monetary stimulus. The Bloomberg China-US ...

China's Bo Xilai verdict to cap spectacular scandal
JINAN, China (AFP) – The verdict in the case of China's fallen political star Bo Xilai, due on Sunday, will cap an extraordinary scandal involving bribes, murder, illicit love, political infighting, and a colourful yet tightly controlled trial. Even ...

China, Hong Kong, Taiwan Brace as Year's Strongest Storm Looms
East Asian meteorological authorities issued warnings as tropical cyclone Usagi, the world's strongest storm this year, barreled toward the southern coast of China. Usagi, upgraded to a super typhoon yesterday by the China Meteorological Administration ...

Only In… Shanghai's French Concession
Sasha's bar and restaurant, in Shanghai's former French Concession, was converted from a Soong family mansion. Sashas. Party in a bomb shelter. Deceptively quiet by day, the leafy thoroughfare of Yongfu Lu overflows with revelers after dark. It's here ...

Visit Paris And Venice In The Same Afternoon (In China)
Want to visit Paris and Venice in the same afternoon? You can, if you're in China. Chinese developers have for years built residential communities that mimic famous European cities and towns. They are the subject of a new book, Original Copies: ...

Body of LA-area stunt pilot recovered from China lake
BEIJING -- The body of stunt pilot David Riggs was discovered Friday by search-and-rescue teams diving in a lake in northeastern China where he had crashed earlier in the week, Chinese media said. The body of Studio City-based Riggs was recovered at ...

Speckled trout arrive early at lock on Great Wall of Louisiana
When commuters look east from atop the Green Bridge near the Orleans/St. Bernard border, they see the Great Wall of Louisiana, and breathe a sigh of relief that the metro area is protected from the next hurricane's towering surge. All Capt. Bubby Lamy ...

Shanghai's New Free-Trade Zone: Reform Breakthrough or Hype?
More than three decades after China launched its first special economic zone in Shenzhen, aimed at jump-starting reforms and attracting foreign investors, China's leaders are trying again. On Sept. 29, the Shanghai Free Trade Zone, covering 28 square ...

China foreign minister pushes for nuclear talks, says NKorea ready to make ...
China foreign minister pushes for nuclear talks, says NKorea ready to make ...

Enforcement Of One-Child Policy Targets 'The Rich And Famous' In Zhangzhou ...
Enforcement Of One-Child Policy Targets 'The Rich And Famous' In Zhangzhou ...

China Open to Talks with Japan on Island Dispute
China's foreign minister says Beijing is open to talks with Japan over a group of disputed islands, if Tokyo is willing to first acknowledge there is such a dispute. Wang Yi made his comments Friday at a forum hosted by the Brookings Institute in ...

China police probe online whistleblower over blackmail suspicions
BEIJING, Sept 21 | Sat Sep 21, 2013 1:16pm IST. BEIJING, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Police in China questioned a prominent online whistleblower over suspicions of swindling and blackmail and detained him this week for 24 hours, the activist said on Saturday, ...

China's Huawei to add 5500 jobs in Europe in five years - paper
BEIJING, Sept 21 | Sat Sep 21, 2013 1:03pm IST. BEIJING, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Chinese telecommmunications equipment maker Huawei plans to create 5,500 jobs in Europe within five years as the company expands its services in the region, state-owned ...

Hacking US Secrets, China Pushes for Drones
BEIJING — For almost two years, hackers based in Shanghai went after one foreign defense contractor after another, at least 20 in all. Their target, according to an American cybersecurity company that monitored the attacks, was the technology behind ...

Zhang beats King for Guangzhou crown
Guangzhou, China – China's Zhang Shuai claimed her first WTA singles title with a straight-set win over American Vania King in Saturday's final at the Guangzhou Open. Zhang, whose best previous WTA singles result was a semifinal appearance at this ...

Taiwan develops 'anti-invasion' munitions against China
TAIPEI (AFP) – Taiwan's air force will be armed with "smart" munitions before the year's end that could be used against any Chinese invasion by striking airfields and harbours on the mainland, media reported Saturday. The new weaponry, developed under ...

Super Typhoon Usagi Lashes Taiwan as China, Hong Kong Threatened
Super Typhoon Usagi, the world's strongest storm this year, lashed Taiwan with rain and wind as it neared the island, cutting electricity and forcing evacuations while disrupting cross-strait shipping with China. Taiwan's Central Weather Bureau ...

China trade zone is 'warning' to Hong Kong: analysts
HONG KONG (AFP) – Plans for China's first free trade zone -- seen as a threat to Hong Kong's status as a finance hub -- are also a tool to dampen political protest in the city, analysts say. The FTZ in Shanghai will allow unfettered exchange of China's ...

China to invest in 3 mln hectares of Ukrainian farmland - media
SHANGHAI, Sept 22 | Sun Sep 22, 2013 10:58am IST. SHANGHAI, Sept 22 (Reuters) - China is to buy 3 million hectares (7.4 million acres) of Ukrainian farmland, media said on Sunday, which would make Ukraine China's largest overseas farming centre as it ...

China's Bo Xilai Sentenced to Life in Prison
BEIJING — A court in China has sentenced fallen political star Bo Xilai to life in prison, finding him guilty of all of the three charges brought against him. The conclusion of the trial of Bo - one of China's biggest political scandals in decades ...

Typhoon Usagi Bears Down on Hong Kong, Threatens China
Hong Kong is bracing for possible floods and thousands of travelers are stranded in the city and across the region as Typhoon Usagi moves toward southern China after battering Taiwan. More than 400 flights have been affected, with Cathay Pacific ...

Catching the Retail Trends in Bustling Shanghai
The shopping bags seen on the streets of Shanghai will have a lot of new logos come this winter. The Collection: A Fashion App for the iPad · The Collection. A one-stop destination for Times fashion coverage and the latest from the runways. Download It ...


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