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Losing Faith in China's Trusts?
The near default of a big trust loan raises questions about the safety of the country's new "shadow" banking system. Article; Comments. Email; Print; Reprints. smaller; Larger. Emerging Markets. Celebrating the Chinese New Year of the Horse, Beijing ...

China's Antarctic explorations peacefully intended, cooperative
BEIJING, Feb. 8 (Xinhua) -- The opening of China's fourth Antarctic research base is yet another step forward in the country's ambitious plan to study Antarctica, and further contributes to the peaceful use of this icy continent. The Taishan station ...

Berlin: China's Films Show Gritty Underbelly of Economic Miracle
China's three competition pics take story away from Beijing and Shanghai into second-tier cities. The glittering skyscrapers and rising wealth in Beijing and Shanghai have hogged the headlines, but the three Chinese films in competition at the Berlin ...

China's Jan HSBC services PMI falls to 50.7, lowest in 2.5 yrs
China's services sector grew at its slowest pace in almost 2-1/2 years in January after firms secured a smaller volume of new business, a private survey showed, adding to growing signs of slackening in the Chinese economy. The HSBC/Markit Services ...

China Exhibit, Part of an Anti-Japan Campaign, Reflects an Escalating Feud
A display at the Harbin railway station in China celebrating a Japanese leader's assassin is one measure in a public relations effort. Adam Dean for The New York Times. HARBIN, China — Gao Yuxai, 26, bundled up in turquoise down and brown fur against ...

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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 Focus: Xisha islands to become China's latest ecotourist paradise
HAIKOU, Feb. 9 (Xinhua) -- The Xisha Islands in the South China Sea are to become China's latest tourist hotspot, the provincial governor said Sunday. Cruises to the islands, around 180 nautical miles away from the nearest port, got underway on a trial ...

Navigating the culture shock that is China
Reviewers often say so many books are written about Westerners in China that it's become a separate genre of literature. Maybe so. But that doesn't lessen the accomplishment of a fine new offering that explores the complication and contradiction of ...

Abe, Aquino Views on China Unhelpful, Says US General Carlisle
Comments by the leaders of Japan and the Philippines drawing parallels between China's growing assertiveness in the region and events in pre-war Europe are “not helpful,” said the commander of U.S. air forces in the Pacific. “The rise of Germany and ...

Where are China's millionaires going?
Give us your tired, your super-rich, your huddled millionaires. This is the new clarion call among countries that are lifting their beacons to the mass numbers of wealthy Chinese fleeing their country. More than half of all Chinese multimillionaires ...

China's refusal of visas 'unjust': ATJ
SHUT OUT:Reporters from 'Apple Daily' and Radio Free Asia were denied visas to cover Wang Yu-chi's visit. The association said that the MAC must protect freedom of the press. By Loa Iok-sin / Staff reporter, with CNA. The Association of Taiwan ...

Home Inns Jumps as New Year Travel Lifts Hotels: China Overnight
Home Inns & Hotels Management Inc. (HMIN:US) led a weekly rally in Chinese budget hotel operators traded in New York after a surge in travel during the country's New Year holidays last week bolstered their revenue outlook. Home Inns, which runs China's ...

Young Laotians Learn Chinese to Improve Job Prospects
Many young Laotians are taking Chinese-language classes in the hope of working for Chinese companies in the country. Above, a class at the oldest Chinese school in Vientiane, Laos. Calvin Yang. VIENTIANE, Laos — On alternate mornings, in a sparsely ...

China Puts US Businessman on Trial in Mob Crimes
An American businessman went on trial in China on Monday for allegedly heading a violent mob that kidnapped rivals and operated illegal casinos, charges he has said he was tortured into confessing. Authorities in southern China have accused Vincent Wu ...

China punishes graft-busters for beatings, drunk driving
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's main anti-corruption watchdog has punished four of its own officials for incidents ranging from beatings to drunk driving, state media said on Monday, underscoring Beijing's challenge to stamp out deep-rooted graft and ...

China considers new powers for pollution watchdog as part of govt shakeup
... ». * Govt shake-up to grant more powers to environment ministry. * Beijing to raise fines, criminal punishments for polluters. * Law to boost monitoring capacity to combat fraud, evasion. By David Stanway and Benjamin Kang Lim. BEIJING, Feb 10 ...

How Does China Impact the Global Economy?
Feb. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Council on Foreign Relations Senior Fellow Elizabeth C. Economy discusses the Chinese economy and pollution problem on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance." Holland & Co. Founder and Chairman Michael Holland ...

China's Foshan Haitian to Start Trading Tuesday
Foshan Haitian Flavouring and Food Co., which raised 3.84 billion yuan ($634 million) in China's second largest initial public offering since a freeze on new listings ended in December, starts trading Tuesday. Based in the southern Chinese province of ...

China Bulls in Australia Belie $1.6 Trillion Global Stocks Rout
Bulk carriers are loaded with iron ore at the ship loading facility at Fortescue Metals Group Ltd.'s Herb Elliott Port in Port Hedland in the Pilbara region. Iron ore sales to China from Port Hedland climbed 27 percent in January from a year earlier as ...

Fire & Ice Festival returns to downtown Flint, teams with Crim for 5k race
FLINT, MI -- It's been one of the coldest, windiest, snowiest winters Michigan has seen in a while, and spring is a long way off, but there's an opportunity for Flint-area people to get outside and make fun out of winter later this month. The Fire and ...

UPDATE 1-Shanghai rebar back near record low, inventories swell
... Print. * China steel stockpiles rose to nearly 18 mln T last week * Iron ore dips to lowest since July, swaps steady (Recasts first paragraph, updates prices) By Manolo Serapio Jr SINGAPORE, Feb 11 (Reuters) - Shanghai steel futures gave up modest ...

China's Hubei plans province's first carbon auction next month
... ». * Hubei to be second Chinese emissions exchange to sell permits. * Government still to give away 90 pct of the permits. * Hubei to ban carryover of unused permits one year to next. By Kathy Chen and Stian Reklev. BEIJING, Feb 11 (Reuters ...

China says gets tough on polluters, nixes projects worth $19.5 bln
BEIJING Feb 11 (Reuters) - China's environmental watchdog vetoed as many as 32 projects with a total investment of 118.4 billion yuan ($19.5 billion) last year as it stepped up efforts to get tough on industrial polluters, a senior official said on ...

China, Taiwan hold highest-level talks since split
Wang Yu-chi, head of Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council, left, and Zhang The Associated Press Wang Yu-chi, head of Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council, left, and Zhang Zhijun, director of China's Taiwan Affairs Office, right, shake hands and pose for ...

5 Ways China's Slowdown Will Ripple Across Globe
The reaction was slow in coming, but financial markets and corporate bosses have been jolted awake to China's relentless growth decline and are scrambling to cope with wrenching changes in global business. For the past decade, China poured money into ...

Tapping Into a Growing Trend in China
SINGAPORE — China's private jet market could be summed up as a small pond with big fish. But the pond is not really so small — and it is growing fast. In all of greater China, which includes the mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan, there are only about ...

When China's Food Runs Out
New state guidelines from China suggest the country will soon be producing less grain than it consumes, ending a long-standing pledge to be self-sufficient in its staple foods. It might not sound much. But a China without self-sufficiency will have ...

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SHANGHAI—Japanese car makers reported mixed results in China for January, with sales at Nissan Motor Co. slowing unexpectedly while Toyota Motor Corp. and Honda Motor Co. gained speed in the world's largest car market. Nissan, the largest Japanese ...

Strong China January trade data sparks cheers, doubts
BEIJING (Reuters) - China surprised markets with a thumping trade performance in January as import growth hit a six-month high, drawing some skepticism about the data but still allaying fears of a deepening economic malaise. Analysts who had expected ...

China detains man for spreading 'panic' with bird flu rumors
BEIJING (Reuters) - Police in central China have detained a man who spread "panic" with a graphic rumor about the arrival of bird flu in his home province, state media reported on Wednesday. Wild rumours abound on Chinese social media sites, driven in ...


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