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China official says has 'substantial' evidence in Qualcomm antitrust case: media
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's top economic planning agency has "substantial evidence" against chipmaker Qualcomm Inc in an antitrust probe, state media on Thursday quoted a senior official at the price regulator as saying. The official English-language ...

Japan-ASEAN call for freedom of air and seas, with tensions high over China
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan and Southeast Asian countries called on Saturday for freedom of the air and sea and urged that disputes be resolved peacefully, amid concerns about Chinese military assertiveness that has raised regional tensions. China's recent ...

China widens access to over-the-counter exchanges
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China will expand and liberalize access to its over-the-counter (OTC) market to all qualified small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), the Chinese State Council announced Saturday. The announcement follows reports in state ...

China's Mandela problem
Editor's note: Phelim Kine is the New York-based deputy director of the Asia division at Human Rights Watch. The views expressed are his own. It's the Chinese government's Nelson Mandela problem. When news broke of Mandela's death on December 5, ...

China attempts rover's soft landing on the moon
BEIJING (AP) — China will attempt the world's first soft landing of a rover on the moon in nearly four decades Saturday, the latest step in the country's ambitious space program. The Chang'e 3 lander, named after a mythical Chinese goddess of the moon ...

China safely soft-lands rover on the moon
BEIJING (AP) —China on Saturday successfully carried out the world's first soft landing of a space probe on the moon in nearly four decades. State-run China Central Television showed a computer-generated image of the Chang'e 3 lander's path as it ...

As Rover Lands, China Joins Moon Club
HONG KONG — China on Saturday became the third country to steer a spacecraft onto the moon after its unmanned Chang'e-3 probe settled onto the Bay of Rainbows, state-run television reported. Enlarge This Image ...

USS Cowpens: Why China forced a confrontation at sea with US Navy
Reports that a Chinese navy vessel tried this month to force a US warship to a halt in international waters have senior US officials and longtime Asia analysts asking what, precisely, China was trying to prove by the maneuver. Skip to next paragraph ...

China announces principles of urbanization plans
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China has added details to its plans to migrate millions of its citizens from the countryside into cities, state media reported Saturday, to help restructure the economy by boosting consumer demand. The government hopes 60 percent ...

China safely soft-lands rover on the moon, state media reports
BEIJING – China on Saturday successfully carried out the world's first soft landing of a space probe on the moon in nearly four decades, state media said, the next stage in an ambitious space program that aims to eventually put a Chinese astronaut on ...

China detains 1300 people suspected of making, selling fake drugs-media
BEIJING Dec 15 (Reuters) - Chinese police have rounded up more than 1,300 suspects nationwide for producing and selling fake medicine as part of an intensified government crackdown, state media reported. Authorities seized fake drugs and nine tonnes ...

Vietnamese rescued from Typhoon Haiyan fly home
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Vietnamese diplomats have repatriated more than two dozen compatriots who lost their homes and businesses in last month's devastating typhoon in the central Philippines, where many of them have stayed illegally for years, ...

China to Investigate Pricing in Antitrust Drive, Regulator Says
Chinese President Xi Jinping is expanding an anti-corruption drive and cracking down on business practices that have driven up consumer prices. Photographer: Mohd Rasfan/AFP via Getty Images. China will begin to supervise pricing in certain industries ...

Japan's Abe Angers China With Criticism of Air Zone at Summit
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe sparked an angry response from China by calling its establishment of an air defense identification zone unjust at a regional summit, and urging its revocation. China's move last month “unjustly infringes on freedom of ...

China Sets Out Urbanization Plans to Support Economic Growth
Workers assemble pens at the A.W. Faber-Castell (Guangzhou) Stationery Co. factory in Guangzhou. Close. Close. Open. Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg. Workers assemble pens at the A.W. Faber-Castell (Guangzhou) Stationery Co. factory in ...

China Joins Ranks of Moon Explorers as Unmanned 'Jade Rabbit' Touches Down
A Chinese man takes a photo of his son in an astronaut suit, locally known as taikonauts, at the Science Museum in Beijing, Dec. 1, 2013. Photographer: Mark Ralston/AFP via Getty Images. China landed an unmanned rover on the moon, making the Asian ...

Vipshop Bearish Bets Climb as Competition Grows: China Overnight
The cost to protect against drops in Vipshop Holdings Ltd. (VIPS:US) is rising on concern increased competition will slow the online clothing retailer's growth in 2014. Puts to shield investors from a 10 percent decline in the shares cost 5.5 points ...

Asia shares slip, Japan data outshines China
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian share markets were mostly lower on Monday with investors just a few short days away from finding out the fate of U.S. monetary stimulus, in what looks set to be a very close call indeed. European shares were expected to open ...

China Focusing Graft Inquiry on Ex-Official
BEIJING — Sending tremors across China's political landscape, President Xi Jinping and other party leaders have authorized a corruption inquiry against the powerful former head of the domestic security apparatus, Zhou Yongkang, according to sources ...

InterDigital execs fear arrest, won't meet China antitrust agency
Dec 16 (Reuters) - InterDigital Inc, a U.S. patent licensing firm, says its executives will not attend a meeting with Chinese antitrust authorities in Beijing on Wednesday because it fears they will be arrested. China's powerful National Development ...

Highpower Subsidiary, Shenzhen Highpower Technology, Receives 6th Annual ...
Highpower Subsidiary, Shenzhen Highpower Technology, Receives 6th Annual ...

GLOBAL MARKETS-Europe lifted by PMI data, China's wobble hits Asia
... Print. * German data help European shares bounce off 2-month lows. * Wall Street expected to open up 0.5 percent. * Investors still no clearer on whether Fed will taper this week. * Mild disappointment as China manufacturing index dips. * Oil ...

iPhone factory in China under-reporting long working hours, labor group claims
An iPhone factory in China that's been the site of several worker deaths in recent months has been under-reporting the long hours employees endure, according to an investigator from a labor protection group. The Shanghai factory run by contract ...

US to boost maritime security aid to China's neighbors as tensions flare over ...
US to boost maritime security aid to China's neighbors as tensions flare over ...

China police shoot 14 dead in northwest Muslim region
BEIJING — Police shot dead 14 people in China's far west region of Xinjiang — an area where many Muslims are resentful of the Chinese government — after a group of assailants attacked officers with explosive devices and long knives, state media ...

US boosts naval security aid to Southeast Asia. Taking aim at China?
Taking clear aim at China's growing aggressiveness in territorial disputes with its smaller neighbors, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry announced Monday that the United States will boost maritime security assistance to the countries of Southeast Asia ...

Tencent's Ma Becomes China's Second-Richest Man on WeChat Mania
Ma Huateng, chairman and chief executive officer of Tencent Holdings Ltd, whose English... Read More. Ma Huateng, chairman and chief executive officer of Tencent Holdings Ltd, whose English name is Pony, co-founded Tencent with a Shenzhen University ...

China Bans Payment Companies From Clearing Bitcoin, News Says
Chinese central bank officials told third-party payment service providers to stop offering clearing services to online Bitcoin exchanges, according to China Business News, which is affiliated with the Shanghai government. Companies currently offering ...

North Korea Execution Confounds China
BEIJING—China's strategy of encouraging closer economic integration with North Korea has been thrown into confusion by the execution of the uncle of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, according to diplomats and Chinese experts. Jang Song Thaek ...

Kerry plays down tension with China in maritime disputes
MANILA (Reuters) - Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday played down tension with China over the East China Sea, saying U.S. efforts to strengthen maritime security in South East Asia were part of a normal process to help allies defend themselves ...


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