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Alberta Appeals for China Investment After Rules Curb Oil Deals
Alberta's energy minister will urge Asian firms to invest in Canada's largest oil-producing province after restrictions imposed by the federal government on foreign state-owned firms helped curb deals. Ken Hughes will seek to clarify Canada's foreign ...

China Exports Unexpectedly Drop
China's exports unexpectedly fell in September, limiting any boost from global demand to the nation's recovery from a two-quarter slowdown. Overseas shipments dropped 0.3 percent from a year earlier, the General Administration of Customs said in ...

China mulls lifting coal export tax in 2014: paper
SHANGHAI | Sat Oct 12, 2013 1:56am EDT. SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China, the world's top producer and consumer of coal, is considering scrapping a 10 percent tariff on exports of steam coal from 2014 to rebalance domestic supplies, the 21st Century ...

UPDATE 1-China's oil, iron ore imports set records in Sept, copper at 18-mth high
By Fayen Wong and Polly Yam. SHANGHAI/HONG KONG | Sat Oct 12, 2013 10:43am IST. SHANGHAI/HONG KONG Oct 12 (Reuters) - China's daily imports of crude rebounded in September from the previous month to a fresh record, bearing out forecasts for ...

Seaspan Rallies as U.S. Talks Lift ADRs: China Overnight
Chinese stocks rose for a third day in New York on speculation U.S. lawmakers were making progress toward avoiding a default. Seaspan Corp. (SSW) jumped 9.8 percent after scrapping plans for an additional offering. The Bloomberg China-US Equity Index ...

China mulls lifting coal export tax in 2014
image SHANGHAI: the world's top producer and consumer of coal, is considering scrapping a 10 percent tariff on exports of steam coal from 2014 to rebalance domestic supplies, the 21st Century Business Herald reported. The proposal, if implemented, ...

HSBC, BEA Win Approval for Outlet in Shanghai Trade Zone
HSBC Holdings Plc (5) and Bank of East Asia Ltd. won approval to set up a sub-branch in Shanghai's free-trade zone as China seeks to create a more efficient and open economic system through the 11-square-mile experiment. HSBC's outlet in the Shanghai ...

China broadens private capital access to public sector
BEIJING, Oct. 12 (Xinhua) -- In a renewed push to improve public services and infrastructure, governments across China are soliciting private investment and expertise in sectors ranging from transportation to sewage treatment. The move will give ...

Beijing opposes closer ties between EU and Taiwan
BEIJING (AP) — Beijing raised objections Saturday to a move by the European Parliament to build closer trade ties with Taiwan, saying it opposes the development of any official ties between the sides. The European Parliament on Wednesday approved a ...

US doctor, advocate denied visit to China activist
BEIJING (AP) — A physician and a human rights advocate, both Americans, said they were denied a medical visit to an ailing Chinese democracy activist in a jail in eastern China on Saturday and held briefly inside the prison. Dr. Devra Marcus and human ...

China Exports Unexpectedly Decline in Limit to Nation's Rebound
A man performs a lion dance in front of container vessels at the Modern Terminals container port in Hong Kong. Photographer: Lam Yik Fei/Bloomberg. China's exports unexpectedly fell in September, signaling constraints from global demand and ...

From fetid garage, a face of aging China looks out: She sued children for care ...
From fetid garage, a face of aging China looks out: She sued children for care ...

China's BCEG joins UK Manchester airport joint venture
LONDON | Sun Oct 13, 2013 12:30pm IST. LONDON Oct 13 (Reuters) - China's Beijing Construction Engineering Group (BCEG) has entered a joint venture to build a business district at Manchester airport, Britain's third busiest, the latest in a series of ...

China and Taiwan to Form Equity Exchange as Relations Improve
China and Taiwan plan to set up a cross-strait equity exchange center in the mainland's southeastern province of Fujian as relations between the two sides improve. The center may be funded by 10 institutions including China's state-owned Xiamen Jinyuan ...

Thailand says China gov't to buy more rice, rubber
BANGKOK -- The Thai prime minister's office said Sunday that productive talks with the visiting Chinese premier had sweetened terms of trade deals for rice and rubber. An announcement on the Thai government website said that Premier Li Keqiang ...

Lakers' popularity in China is a big wow on way to visit Great Wall
BEIJING -- The Lakers already hit the wall and their season hasn't even started. It wasn't a bad thing for them. It came with a dose of culture. The Lakers went to the Great Wall on Sunday afternoon, a two-hour trek on a charter bus that started on the ...

Chris Kaman hurts finger while tobogganing at Great Wall of China
BEIJING -- The Lakers have experienced Kobe Bryant's torn Achilles' tendon, Pau Gasol's knee problems and Steve Nash's broken leg over the last year. Now there's the tobogganing injury sustained by Chris Kaman at the Great Wall of China. One of his ...

Wall St. elites reason it's time for a 'de-Americanized world,' China's news ...
Wall St. elites reason it's time for a 'de-Americanized world,' China's news ...

China's Unexpected Export Drop Underscores Global Demand Threat
China's exports unexpectedly fell in September, signaling the constraints of global demand on the nation's recovery and highlighting distortions caused by fake invoices that have yet to be eliminated from trade data. Overseas shipments dropped 0.3 ...

China May Allow Foreign Firms to Sell Shares in Free-Trade Zone
SHANGHAI—China may allow foreign companies registered in the Shanghai free-trade zone to raise capital by selling shares, said two people with direct knowledge of the matter, which would further liberalize the country's capital account and pave the ...

Osborne Pledges Stronger Links With China at Start of Trip (2)
George Osborne, U.K.'s chancellor of the exchequer, second left, and Boris Johnson, London's mayor, center, visit Peking University in Beijing on Oct. 14, 2013. Photographer: Goh Chai Hin/AFP/Getty Images. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne ...

China Rice Output Expected to Slip This Year
BEIJING—A decadelong boom in China's rice production is likely to come to an end this year, according to a government forecast, as farmers reach production limits and Beijing shows signs of warming to cheaper imports. The China National Grain and Oils ...

China Regrets Block on Indian Athletes' Travel but Defends Border Stand
BEIJING — China said on Monday it regretted that two Indian athletes were blocked last week from going to China but defended measures it has put in place in response to a border dispute which led to the ban on the pair traveling. Relations between the ...

China Export Drop Limits Recovery as Food Stokes Inflation (3)
A shopper looks inside her purse as she purchases vegetables at a market in Shanghai. Consumer prices rose 3.1 percent as food costs advanced the most since May 2012, statistics bureau figures showed today in Beijing. Photographer: Tomohiro Ohsumi/ ...

“Interesting From China.”
An image of the Taiping capital of Nanjing published in 1855. Mansell Collection/Time & Life Pictures — Getty Images An image of the Taiping capital of Nanjing published in 1855. When The New-York Daily Times began publication in 1851, China was ruled ...

China's Biggest Reserves Jump Since '11 Shows Capital Inflow
China's foreign-exchange reserves rose last quarter by the most in more than two years, a sign the government's efforts to protect growth attracted money even as developing nations from India to Indonesia saw capital exit. Reserves were a record $3.66 ...

China's State Press Calls for 'Building a de-Americanized World'
“It is perhaps a good time for the befuddled world to start considering building a de-Americanized world.” As nations around the world fret over the U.S. budget impasse, that is the conclusion of a not-so-subtle commentary published by China's official ...

5 things about China's new aged-care law
Elderly parents in China can now sue their grown children for both financial and emotional support. The changes in the law in China reflect an increasingly urgent dilemma across the world: As populations age faster than ever before, families and ...

China swaps pandas for uranium in trade deals
Beijing currently has about 50 of the super-cute black and white furballs loaned out to zoos across the world -- and almost all the recent loans have been to countries that have signed major trade and foreign investment deals with China. It works like ...

China to ban new projects, strengthen market in new overcapacity plan
By David Stanway. BEIJING | Tue Oct 15, 2013 4:47am EDT. BEIJING (Reuters) - China will tackle chronic overcapacity problems in sectors such as steel and cement by blocking approvals for new projects and by making better use of the market, according to ...


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