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China's Latest Data Pose Policy Issues
Laborers working in a factory in Zhejiang province, China. The latest manufacturing numbers show a further slowdown. Agence France-Presse/Getty Images. BEIJING—China's economic growth appears to have slowed significantly at the start of the year, ...

China aims for Nanjing's history to speak loudly on Japan
NANJING, China (Reuters) - China pressed a propaganda campaign against Japan this week with a guided visit to the site of the 1937 Nanjing massacre, holding up proof to refute doubts by some in Japan about the extent of the atrocity or even that it ...

China February flash PMI hits seven-month low, spooks markets
BEIJING (Reuters) - Activity in China's factories shrank again in February, a preliminary private survey found on Thursday, reinforcing concerns of a minor slowdown in the economy and spooking markets across the region. The flash Markit/HSBC Purchasing ...

Filipino Military Chief: China Claims Are Nonsense
The Philippines military chief vowed Thursday to defend the country's fishermen against any Chinese "terror or intimidation" in the South China Sea, the latest sign of sharpening tensions in what is a potential global flash point. In an interview with ...

Is China Winning The Race For The World's Economic Data?
In 2009, Warren Buffett said if he could have just one piece of economic data, it would be U.S. freight traffic reports, the weekly measure of how much cargo is traversing the country by rail, with breakdowns for coal, ore, wood, food and more. These ...

Beijing issues pollution alert ahead of three days of heavy smog
BEIJING Feb 20 (Reuters) - China's capital Beijing issued an emergency pollution alert for the first time on Thursday, warning residents to reduce outdoor activities and construction sites to control dust given a forecast of heavy smog over the next ...

China auto lobby, policymakers collide over foreign investment
SHANGHAI Feb 21 (Reuters) - China's auto lobby has urged Beijing to support local carmakers after the regulator said it was considering further opening up the market to outside investment amid a deepening row between policymakers and state-owned car ...

Even China's Economists Are Singing the Blues
China's state media have long accused foreign analysts of being too bearish on the Chinese economy. Those analysts looking in from the outside are often said to be too eager to be “chanting decline”—chang shuai—when it comes to the economy's ...

US vendor pledges not to charge discriminatory royalties in China
InterDigital has pledged not to charge Chinese companies discriminatory royalties following an antitrust probe initiated by the country's industry watchdog. The U.S. vendor has submitted an application to suspend the probe by the National Development ...

US Army General Meets China Officials Amid Regional Tensions
General Raymond Odierno, the U.S. Army chief of staff, held talks with his military counterparts in Beijing amid growing regional tensions involving China. Odierno met with Wang Ning, deputy chief of the general staff of the People’s Liberation Army ...

Corruption Inquiry Focuses on China's Top Security Officials
HONG KONG — A politically fraught Communist Party corruption investigation focusing on the former head of the domestic security apparatus, Zhou Yongkang, has reached into the sensitive realm of the Chinese intelligence services, with the detention of ...

China Forgives and Forgets
Why is China suddenly cozying up to its nemesis? Are they preparing for war? Reuters. AA. Remember the Bamboo Curtain? It's coming down. After decades of hostilities, Communist China is eyeing better relations with its old rival and democratic holdout ...

China Allows Companies in Shanghai Pilot Zone to Borrow Overseas
The People's Bank of China has allowed companies in the Shanghai Free Trade Zone to borrow yuan from overseas in its latest efforts to internationalize its currency. The central bank set a limit on the amount companies and non-banking financial ...

In Beijing, Gray Is the New Orange
Take a look at the above photo. In Beijing, this is what orange looks like. China's capital on Friday raised its color-coded warning system for air pollution to orange from yellow for the first time since establishing it in October. The system's four ...

Pentagon plays down intelligence officer's provocative China assessment
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Pentagon on Thursday played down remarks by a senior Navy intelligence officer who told a public forum that he believed China was training its forces to be capable of carrying out a "short, sharp" war with Japan in the East ...

Beijing relaxes family planning policy
BEIJING, Feb. 21 (Xinhua) -- Beijing relaxed its birth control policy on Friday, allowing couples to have a second child if either parent is an only child. An amendment to the Beijing Population and Family Planning Regulations was approved at a meeting ...

US plays down tension with China, upbeat on military exchanges
BEIJING (Reuters) - The United States is optimistic about military exchanges with China and wants deeper ties to help reduce the risk of miscalculation, a top U.S. military officer said on Saturday, playing down tension between the world's two biggest ...

Beijing Air Pollution Reaches 11-Times WHO Recommended Levels
Beijing's air pollution reached 11 times World Health Organization-recommended levels today, as the country's meteorological department forecast smog in north and central China to continue. The concentration of PM2.5, fine particulates that pose the ...

US Officer Makes Waves Again With China Comments
Chinese naval soldiers monitor meteorological indicators on the aircraft carrier Liaoning, in this file photo. Reuters. An outspoken intelligence officer for the U.S. Pacific Fleet has ruffled feathers in Beijing and Washington by warning publicly that ...

China's Lou Turns Tables on U.S. Over Calls for Faster Change
China's Finance Minister Lou Jiwei turned the tables on the U.S., pointing to a lack of structural change in its economy after Treasury Secretary Jacob. J Lew called for China to more quickly expand the role of markets. Lou also played down the risks ...

We Asked 6 Experts The Same Question — What Worries Them The Most About ...
We Asked 6 Experts The Same Question — What Worries Them The Most About ...

Nine-hour tests and lots of pressure: welcome to the Chinese school system
High-pressure Chinese education? A crowd in Anhui province waves off a coachload of students on their way to take the nine-hour 'gaokao' college entrance exam Photograph: China Daily/Corbis. The streets surrounding Shijia primary school in Beijing were ...

China to aim for 7-8 pct economic growth -c.bank chief
BEIJING Feb 23 (Reuters) - China is aiming for economic growth of between 7 and 8 percent, a level that is good for both the country and the world, Central Bank Governor Zhou Xiaochuan told a G20 meeting in Sydney this weekend. Zhou, in remarks ...

China vows closer cooperation with Vietnam
BEIJING, Feb. 23 (Xinhua) -- Chinese top political advisor Yu Zhengsheng pledged on Sunday to step up cooperation with the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF), and enhance bilateral ties. Yu, chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's ...

Xi Lauded for China Economic Policy in Sign of His Widening Sway
A magazine article prepared by China's Communist Party portrays President Xi Jinping as the key driver of economic policy, adding to signs of his accumulation of power since becoming leader in 2012. The piece cites Xi's “important” economic statements ...

China's giant pandas arrive at new home in Belgian zoo
BRUGELETTE, Belgium, Feb. 23 (Xinhua) - A pair of giant pandas from southwest China's Sichuan Province arrived at the Brussels Airport at around 12:00 local time (1100GMT) Sunday. The pandas, Xing Hui, the male and Hao Hao, the female, are both 4 ...

21Vianet Jumps as Country's Online Usage Surges: China Overnight
21Vianet Group Inc. (VNET:US), China's largest independent web data-center operator, posted the biggest two-week rally since June on speculation revenue will jump to a record amid a surge in the nation's Internet use. Shares of the Beijing-based ...

China probe on security chief reveals web of graft
With the taking down of three prominent politicians — a powerful intelligence official, a millionaire businesswoman and a senior official of a State-run oil firm — in the span of just two days, China has appeared to intensify an unprecedented graft ...

China accused of using water cannon on Filipinos
Philippine Military Chief Emmanuel Bautista, center, answers questions from reporters, as U.S. Ambassador The Associated Press Philippine Military Chief Emmanuel Bautista, center, answers questions from reporters, as U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines ...

China Must Reduce 'Unbearable' Smog, Government Adviser Says (2)
Air pollution in China, the world's biggest carbon emitter, has reached intolerable levels and the country should aggressively cut its reliance on coal, according to the government's climate-change adviser. “China's pollution is at an unbearable stage ...


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