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China warns US 'clock is ticking'
The Chinese government has warned the U.S. that the government shutdown and prospect of Washington's first ever default were threatening the value of its U.S. investments. In its first official reaction to the U.S. political stalemate over the budget ...

China Stocks Rise as Retailers, Developers Gain
China's stocks rose on the first day back from a national holiday as retailers and property developers rallied on increased sales. Beijing Wangfujing Department Store (Group) Co. (600859) jumped 7.8 percent to pace gains for consumer-discretionary ...

China Gold Imports From Hong Kong Fall on Quotas, Slower Demand
Gold shipments to China from Hong Kong fell in August after some Chinese banks used up import quotas and as buyers became wary of rapid price gains. Net imports, after deducting flows from China into Hong Kong, were 110.2 metric tons, from 113.2 tons ...

Packed China Tourist Sites May Spur Paid-Leave Reform, CCTV Says
China's overcrowded trains, roads and tourist sites during the week-long National Day holiday may spur the country of more than 1.3 billion people to speed up reforms that ensure paid leave for workers, state television reported. Chinese companies ...

China Data to Prove Doubters Wrong
Chinese people walk past a construction site and office buildings reflected on window glass at the Central Business District in Beijing. Associated Press. Not long ago analysts were pondering whether China could meet its 7.5% growth target for the year ...

Ford comes from behind in China to stun Japanese rivals
By Norihiko Shirouzu. BEIJING | Tue Oct 8, 2013 6:35am EDT. BEIJING Oct 8 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co is poised to overtake its Japanese rivals on the top seller's list in China as Toyota Motor Corp and Honda Motor Co struggle to regain market share ...

China Tries to Boost Domestic Oil Output
BEIJING—China's primary offshore oil company on Tuesday invited foreign companies to bid on an unprecedented number of deep-water blocks off Chinese shores as the country attempts to firm up domestic oil output, which has plateaued over the past ...

China drug firms CONBA, Yabao see strong 9-mth profit
Tue Oct 8, 2013 7:20pm IST. Oct 8 (Reuters) - Chinese pharmaceutical companies Zhejiang CONBA and Yabao expect their nine-month net profit to rise around 70 percent from a year earlier, unfazed by the country's recent crackdown on corruption in the ...

Retail-Property Investors Shift Back to China's Biggest Cities
Investors in retail property are piling back into China's biggest cities as slower economic growth makes second- and third-tier centers—once considered a good way to bet on brands' eagerness to expand into new markets—less appealing. Retail-property ...

China enjoys Obama's absence in Asia
It sounds like China is seeking some PR profits from President Obama's decision to cancel plans to attend a major Asian economic summit. State-controlled Chinese media spotlight Obama's absence from the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation conference, ...

Goldman Sachs Pops Up in China Bribery Swoop
A relatively small Goldman Sachs Group Inc. investment in a Chinese education company has snared a supporting role in a bribery scandal involving the world's largest tin producer. In May 2008, Goldman joined the National Education Group, ...

RPT-CHINA MONEY-Bubble trouble brewing for shiny China penny stocks
Wed Oct 9, 2013 4:25am EDT. (Adds named item code, no changes to text). By Clement Tan. HONG KONG Oct 9 (Reuters) - When it comes to mainland Chinese stocks this year, small is hot. Up nearly 80 percent in 2013, Shenzhen-listed penny stocks have ...

The Happy Symbiotic Relationship Between China and the US
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UPDATE 1-China arrests chairman of world's largest tin producer for bribes
Wed Oct 9, 2013 3:59pm IST. BEIJING Oct 9 (Reuters) - Chinese authorities have arrested and charged the chairman of the world's largest producer of refined tin, Yunnan Tin Co, for accepting bribes, a provincial government said, in the latest example of ...

Housing Sales Build Hope for China Growth
SHANGHAI—Some of China's listed property developers have reported strong results in recent days, signaling robust demand in the real-estate sector that could bolster flagging domestic growth. China Vanke Co., the country's largest property developer ...

Worries Over China's Ambitions Mark Southeast Asian Meeting
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Brunei—Japan, the U.S. and the Philippines urged their Asian allies to push for the rule of law in resolving territorial disputes with China at a regional summit here Wednesday, underscoring the extent to which security issues can ...

China Offers Closer Ties at ASEAN Summit Skipped by Obama
China has offered to improve ties with Southeast Asia using a regional summit to compete for influence with the United States, whose President Barack Obama was notable for his absence. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang met with leaders of the 10-member ...

Hungarian wingsuit flier dies following accident while jumping in China
BEIJING – A Hungarian wingsuit flier died following an accident during a jump into a gorge in central China, reports said Wednesday. The body of Victor Kovats was recovered Wednesday from the steep, forested valley floor at Tianmen Mountain National ...

China's Stocks Decline From Two-Week High as Brokers Fall
China's stocks fell the most in two weeks as financial companies slumped the most among industry groups on concern earnings growth will slow. Citic Securities Co. (600030) and Haitong Securities Co., the nation's largest-listed brokerages, slid more ...

China Concerned About Possible US Debt Default
Chinese leaders meeting at an annual summit of Asian leaders in Brunei are voicing fresh concerns over a possible default by the United States on its debt. The official Xinhua news agency said Premier Li Keqiang told U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry ...

China developer Sept sales show little sign of property curbs
Thu Oct 10, 2013 6:08pm IST. Oct 10 (Reuters) - China Overseas Land & Investment Ltd , the largest property developer by market value, and smaller rival Shanghai Shimao Co Ltd posted strong nine-month contract sales on Thursday, despite official ...

Sausage ceasefire may not end war between China's noodle kings
A woman looks at Tingyi's instant noodles, which is packed with a plastic bucket giveway, at a supermarket in Beijing. A price war for China's $8.8 billion instant noodle market, sparked last year by Uni-President China Holdings Ltd's sausage giveaways ...

Data show China passing US as biggest oil importer
China has achieved another world-beating status its leaders don't want: Biggest oil importer. China passed the United States in September as the world's biggest net oil importer, driven by faster economic growth and strong auto sales, according to U.S. ...

Rising Costs, Protectionism Hit US Companies in China, Says Survey
“Tempered optimism”—that's what U.S. companies are feeling when it comes to China, according to a just-released annual survey. After canvassing member companies, the Washington DC-based U.S.-China Business Council found some signs of hope but ...

China Seeks to Avert Sea Tensions as Major Powers Urge Restraint
China pledged to avoid escalating tensions while it works with Southeast Asian nations on a code of conduct for the South China Sea, as it again warned major powers such as the U.S. to stay out of its disputes. “We remain committed to resolving ...

China criticises US for giving tacit backing to Philippines in sea dispute
BEIJING | Fri Oct 11, 2013 4:11pm IST. BEIJING Oct 11 (Reuters) - China criticised U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Friday for giving tacit backing to the Philippines' stance in a tense maritime dispute, stressing again that it rejects Manila's ...

Some US pilots finding the friendly skies of China more profitable
(CBS News) Air travel is soaring around the globe and so is demand for pilots. Airlines will have to hire nearly 500,000 commercial pilots in the next 20 years to keep up with aircraft orders and the biggest need is in the Asia-Pacific region. Boeing ...

China Extends Charm Offensive to Thailand
European Pressphoto Agency: Thailand's Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, right, and her Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang walked toward the honor guards during a welcoming ceremony at the government house in Bangkok Friday. BANGKOK–Chinese ...

Can't Buy Them Love: China's Heiresses Struggle With Singleness
Wealth has its privileges, particularly in China where worship of money conveys high status on the rich. But for the well-educated single daughters of Chinese tycoons, wealth can also be a curse. Kelly Zong, the daughter of Chinese billionaire beverage ...

China's Third Plenum: Get Ready for Disappointment?
In the run-up to China's Third Plenum the excitement amongst reform advocates is palpable. Likely to open in early November, the key Communist Party meeting is expected to launch sweeping changes to the Chinese economy, say economists, officials and ...


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