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China military ship to help guard Syria chemical weapons destruction
BEIJING (Reuters) - China is to send a military ship to help protect a specially adapted U.S. vessel that will destroy Syria's chemical weapons arsenal, the Foreign Ministry said on Thursday. Syria is due to hand over deadly toxins which can be used to ...

China to expand presence in Antarctica with new research bases
BEIJING (Reuters) - China will expand its presence in Antarctica by building a fourth research base and finding a site for a fifth, a state-run newspaper said on Thursday, as the country steps up its increasingly far-flung scientific efforts. Chinese ...

SPECIAL REPORT-The US government lab behind China's nuclear power push
HONG KONG Dec 20 (Reuters) - Scientists in Shanghai are attempting a breakthrough in nuclear energy: reactors powered by thorium, an alternative to uranium. The project is run by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, a government body with close military ...

China to Open More of Government Market to Foreign Firms
BEIJING—China said it would agree to open more of its vast government market to foreign firms as part of a decadelong bid to join a global pact on government purchases, which could ultimately benefit Chinese companies too. As part of the annual ...

China building fourth Antarctic base to enhance research into climate change ...
China building fourth Antarctic base to enhance research into climate change ...

China probes top official in powerful security ministry
BEIJING (Reuters) - China has begun an investigation into a senior official at the powerful public security ministry, the government announced on Friday, as speculation swirls about the fate of the country's former domestic security tsar. The ruling ...

Internet Shopping Gets a Boost From China
Chinese Internet retailers serve what this year has become the world's biggest e-commerce market. Their next target: the U.S.—and everywhere else. Jingdong, a leading Chinese Internet retailer, has logged millions of yuan in sales on its English ...

China aims for target of 6 million public homes in 2014
BEIJING (Reuters) - China aims to start building at least 6 million units of public housing next year, state media said on Saturday, reinforcing a government effort to supply more low-cost homes to counter record property prices. But next year's target ...

Despite Baucus Nomination, Critics Cite Void in China Lineup
WASHINGTON — With his appointment of a seasoned Senate free-trader as his new ambassador to Beijing, President Obama has chosen an emissary who faithfully reflects his priorities with China, which have tended to emphasize jobs and other economic ...

China lashes out at Japan's new defense plan
BEIJING — China's military lashed out Saturday at Japan's plans to boost defense spending, accusing Tokyo of raising regional tensions under the pretext of safeguarding national security. China “resolutely opposes” the five-year defense plan adopted ...

China Probes Vice Public Security Chief Amid Graft Push
China's anti-corruption watchdog has begun an investigation of Vice Minister of Public Security Li Dongsheng, making him one of the highest-level officials to be targeted in a widening campaign against graft. Li is suspected of “serious violations of ...

China express company apologizes over "killer parcels"
SHANGHAI, Dec. 21 (Xinhua) -- A Chinese express delivery company apologized on Saturday after parcels tainted by toxic chemicals killed one recipient and sickened seven others. In a case that exposed flawed management inside one of China's ...

Western journalists' China visa dramas: Don't shoot the messenger
Beijing (CNN) -- Every December, foreign correspondents in China go through the rigmarole of renewing press cards and visas, which typically run out at the end of the year. This time around, Chinese authorities held up renewing the credentials of ...

The Luxurious Side of China: In Photographs
As citizens of the world's second largest economy, China, increase their wealth, so does their conspicuous consumption. The growth of China's wealth is evident not just in Asia, but in the U.S., where Chinese make up the fastest-growing market for ...

Innovating Entrepreneurship: Teach For China
Rachel Wasser, co-founder and former co-CEO of Teach For China, likes to get straight to the point. When she learned as an undergraduate at Yale that there existed no program that would allow her to teach at rural Chinese schools, it sparked a passion ...

China to tighten control of universities' journalism schools
The Chinese Communist Party has decided to become directly involved in the management of the country's top journalism schools and strengthen the administration of those universities, it was learned Sunday from university and media sources. The moves ...

France steps up search for China tycoon after chopper crash
French police stepped up their search Sunday for a Chinese billionaire and two others feared dead after their helicopter crashed as he was surveying a newly purchased vineyard in southwest France. There was little hope of finding alive Lam Kok, ...

Shanghai's Cash Shortage Signals Stock Rebound: China Overnight
Chinese stocks are poised to rebound from a one-month low as policy makers inject cash into the financial system to stem a surge in interbank lending rates, according to Oberweis Asset Management Inc. The Shanghai Composite Index (SHCOMP) dropped ...

Emanuel promotes Chicago in China trip
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is in China to promote Chicago business opportunities on a trip paid for by the city's economic development agency. During the two-day trip that wraps up Monday, Emanuel is expected to sign an economic partnership agreement with ...

China Probes Hepatitis B Vaccine's Role in Death of Six Babies
China is investigating links between the deaths of six babies and hepatitis B vaccines that they were given as part of a national campaign to immunize against the liver disease. The babies, who were from the provinces of Hunan, Guangdong and Sichuan, ...

China to revise law to make it easier to sue government
BEIJING, Dec. 23 (Xinhua) -- A draft amendment to the Administrative Procedure Law, submitted to China's top legislature for a first reading on Monday, should make it easier for citizens to take the government to court. The Administrative Procedure Law ...

Bona Film Group Added to NASDAQ Golden Dragon China Index
BEIJING, Dec. 23, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Bona Film Group Limited ("Bona" or the "Company") (Nasdaq:BONA), a leading film distributor and vertically integrated film company in China, today announced that the Company was added to the NASDAQ ...

2014 China Jiuzhaigou International Ice Fall Tourism Festival Upcoming
JIUZHAIGOU, China, Dec. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- The launch of the Ninth International Ice Fall Tourism Festival at Jiuzhaigou, a well-known tourist destination in China, is scheduled for Jan 12, 2014. Joao Manuel Costa Antunes, Chairman of ...

China Cash Crunch Pushes Up Short-Term Rates
A cash crunch in China pushed short-term interest rates to a new recent high Monday and highlighted the difficulties faced by the central bank in managing an increasingly complex and stressed financial system. Rates rose again despite cash injections ...

Cambodian Shift Highlights Regional Tensions
BEIJING—Few countries have been as loyal to China over the years as Cambodia, an impoverished nation that needs all the help it can get from its giant neighbor to the north. Just last year the tiny kingdom again proved its steadfastness to Beijing by ...

China Money Rates Surge as Banks Struggle to Meet Demand
A man walks on an overpass in the Luohu district of Shenzhen. The People's Bank of... Read More. A man walks on an overpass in the Luohu district of Shenzhen. The People's Bank of China has refrained from offering reverse repos in its Tuesday and ...

China XD Plastics Breaks Ground on 300 Thousand Tons Polymer Composites ...
China XD Plastics Breaks Ground on 300 Thousand Tons Polymer Composites ...

US Re-balance to Asia Overshadowed by Tensions With China
SEOUL — The United States moved to pivot military, diplomatic and economic resources toward Asia in 2013, but the policy was sidetracked by bickering among allies and an increasingly assertive China. Vice President Joe Biden's December trip to ...

HK Shares End Higher on Eased Liquidity Stress in China
Hong Kong shares rose for the second consecutive session Tuesday following an upbeat tone in the broader Asian markets. The benchmark Hang Seng Index climbed 257.99 points, or 1.1%, to 23179.55. Market volume totaled 28.7 billion Hong Kong dollars ...

China to aim for 7.5 percent growth in 2014 as exports recover
BEIJING (Reuters) - China will likely stick with this year's growth target of 7.5 percent for 2014 as top leaders balance the need to keep the economy on an even keel while pushing through necessary structural reforms, sources at top government think ...


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