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Anxin-China to Buy Elevator-Safety Company for $167 Million
Anxin-China Holdings Ltd. (1149), a provider of safety-monitoring services in China, agreed to buy a maker of elevator-security systems for HK$1.3 billion ($167 million) in cash to expand its range of operations. The Hong Kong-based company will pay ...

China raises a generation of 'left-behind' children
Hong Kong (CNN) -- Like millions of China's migrant workers, Chen and his wife left their only daughter behind when they went to seek work in the southern boomtown of Guangzhou three years ago. But Chen, who once thought his home was a sleepy and ...

Sinosphere | China to Ramp Up Military Spending
Chinese sailors stand at attention on the deck of the aircraft carrier Liaoning in the northeastern Zha Chunming/Xinhua, via Associated Press Chinese sailors stand at attention on the deck of the aircraft carrier Liaoning in the northeastern port of ...

China takes aim at exclusive restaurants in parks
BEIJING — For years, the sumptuous Scholarly House restaurant and its compound of pavilions in the center of Beijing's Dragon Lake Park has been off-limits to most park goers, catering to wealthy businessmen and government officials. But now it has ...

US-China Air Zone Interactions Professional, Locklear Says (1)
China's declaration of an air identification zone in the East China Sea hasn't led to a “significant” increase in interactions between its forces and U.S. military planes flying in the area, the head of the U.S. Pacific Command said. There continues to ...

Aquino Ignorant to Compare China to Nazi Germany, Xinhua Says
Philippine President Benigno Aquino made a “senseless attack” when he compared China to Nazi Germany over its territorial claims in disputed seas, China's official Xinhua News Agency said in a commentary today. In an interview with the New York Times ...

Pesek on Asia: China's 'Mystery Meat'
Good morning. Here's my take on some of the stories driving the debate in politics, finance and social issues across Asia today: Pimco Gross-ed out in China. Well, Bill, good luck with that next China business visa. Officials in Beijing can't be happy ...

Gross Says China Uncertainty Among Greatest Risks to Markets
(Updates with comments from Jim O'Neill in 15th paragraph.) Feb. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Bill Gross, who oversees the world's biggest bond fund at Pacific Investment Management Co., said the pace of economic growth in China is among the biggest questions in ...

Wide gap between New Delhi, Beijing smog policies
NEW DELHI — Think twice before taking a deep breath in New Delhi, where worsening air pollution has drawn comparisons with Beijing, the world's pollution poster child. Tsering Topgyal | AP Photo Smog and fog envelop the Indian Presidential Palace, ...

Why will Japan and China avoid conflict? They need each other.
Tokyo. One of the most striking warnings that Sino-Japanese tensions could descend into conflict came from none other than Japan's prime minister, Shinzo Abe. Skip to next paragraph. In Pictures Troubled waters: disputes in the China Seas. Related ...

What We Can Learn From The Success of Shanghai's Schools
One of the more noteworthy features of international education comparisons in recent years has been the ascendancy of Shanghai. While Singapore and Finland are more often spoken of as education powerhouses, in both the last two rounds of student ...

SouFun Sinks on Slowdown Concern as Melco Drops: China Overnight
Chinese equities slid to the lowest level in six months in New York, led by SouFun Holdings Ltd., on concern a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy will hamper the property market. The Bloomberg China-US Equity Index of the most-traded ...

Australia's Exports to China Still Firing
A slowdown in Chinese growth – to 7.7% in 2013 from double-digits in recent years – has hurt Australia's economy. The country expanded its mining capacity as Chinese growth rocketed. As China's expansion slowed, global commodity prices fell and ...

Taiwan's 'China plays' rise above tech shares
... Stocks. * 'China plays' outshine tech shares on Taiwan bourse. * Trends reflects changes in global manufacturing. * Future of Taiwan tech firms worrisome in 'post-Apple' era. By Faith Hung. TAIPEI, Feb 6 (Reuters) - Taiwanese technology stocks are ...

China, the Death Star of Emerging Markets
On any list of banking accidents waiting to happen, China is assured a place at the very top. But could a crash there take the entire global economy down with it? Absolutely, says Charlene Chu, who until recently was Fitch's headline-generating analyst ...

China builds bigger Buddhas to entice tourists
(CNN) -- Travelers who get kicks out of posing with huge Buddha statues have 10 more reasons to head to China this year. The company responsible for Hong Kong's 34-meter-tall Tian Tan Buddha and Hainan's 108-meter-tall Guanyin of the South Sea of ...

US Official Asks China to Clarify or Adjust Sea Claims
The United States' top diplomat on East Asia has suggested China's wide-ranging territorial claims in the South China Sea do not comply with international law and should be clarified or adjusted. China claims nearly the entire 3.5-million square ...

Beijing Smog Contains Over 1300 Types of Microbes: Study
People wearing face masks walk along a street in Beijing on Jan. 16, 2014. Chinese scientists have found 1,315 species of inhalable micro-organisms in the polluted air of the nation's capital city. (Wang Zhao/AFP/Getty Images) ...

NZ lamb goes to pot in China, giving fast-food chains plenty to chew over
... ». * Chinese demand driving some cheaper lamb cuts to record prices. * Demand driven by popular hot pot restaurants. * New Zealand's sheepmeat trade to China up fivefold to $550 mln. * As NZ struggles to keep up, Australia could profit. By Naomi ...

Airport riot mars end of China's new year holiday
BEIJING (Reuters) - A riot at a major airport in China by passengers angry about delays caused by heavy snow has marred the end of the traditional week-long lunar new year holiday, state media said on Friday, as millions rush to return to work ...

China Stocks Gain After Holiday on Technology Shares
China's stocks rose on their first day of trading after a weeklong holiday as rallies for technology and small-company shares overshadowed manufacturing and services data signaling an economic slowdown. Goertek Inc., an Apple Inc. supplier, jumped the ...

Shanghai Man Dubbed 'Steel-Trading King' Has Shareholding Frozen
Ningxia Xinri Hengli Steel Wire Co. (600165), a Chinese maker of wire and rope, said a Shanghai court froze the stake held by its largest shareholder. The company didn't give details of why the 29.2 percent stake held by Shanghai Xinri Equity ...

Supporters Call for Investigation into Death of Chinese Activist's Father
Chinese human rights lawyers have raised questions about the death of an activist's father who fell from a government building while under detention in late January. The authorities have told family members that Xue Fushun committed suicide by jumping ...

China: US Remarks About Territorial Claims are Irresponsible
HONG KONG — China says that remarks made earlier this week by a U.S. top official about its maritime disputes are groundless and irresponsible. East Asia envoy Daniel Russel had raised concerns about China's assertive stance with its neighbors and ...

China Land Reforms: Many Challenges And Obstacles Ahead For The ...
China Land Reforms: Many Challenges And Obstacles Ahead For The ...

Shanghai Luxury Shoppers Outspend New York Counterparts
Even as China's President Xi Jinping leads a national austerity and anticorruption drive, luxury shoppers in Shanghai continue to shell out for fancy items—and on average they're spending more than New Yorkers, according to a new study by Milan ...

Feasts for the Eyes, and the Palate, in Xian, China
On the “Muslim Street” in the Chinese city of Xian stands a bronze tableau in honor of street food. There, on a crowded lane packed with stalls selling Islamic-Chinese cuisine — lamb dumplings, mutton soup, pancakes and mung bean noodles — tourists ...

Japan assures US of calm response to China tension
WASHINGTON (AP) — Japan assured the U.S. Friday that it will respond calmly to actions by China that have increased tensions between the two Asian powers. As a treaty ally of Japan, the U.S. could be drawn into a conflict between Japan and China over ...

Activists converge on eastern Chinese city
BEIJING—Scores of activists from around China have been converging on an eastern town during the Chinese New Year holiday to demand an investigation into the death of a fellow activist's father at a government building. Activists are pointing to the ...

China Hits Back at US Over South China Sea
China's first aircraft carrier, the Liaoning, approaches the eastern Chinese city of Qingdao after a training mission in the South China Sea. Reuters. Beijing is refusing to back down in a verbal stand-off with the U.S. over China's territorial ...


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