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China tensions top Southeast Asian summit talks
NAYPYIDAW, Myanmar (AP) — Vietnam and the Philippines pushed for stronger action to confront China's aggressive behavior in the South China Sea at a Southeast Asian summit Sunday that was hosted for the first time by Myanmar, a former pariah state ...

What Three College Pals Say About Their Dreams in China
When you think of China, what pops to mind? Superhighways. Bullet trains. Gleaming skyscrapers. Economic growth. A booming middle class. Opportunity. My friends and I graduated from college five years ago, embarking on lives that we hoped would be full ...

China's $50 Billion Asia Bank Snubs Japan, India in Power Push
A laborer unloads goods from a boat as a new bridge stands under construction across the Siak river in Pekanbaru, Riau Province, Indonesia. The demand for infrastructure in the region means there's room for coordination among different agencies, ...

China in Worst Shape Since 2012: Poll
May 12 (Bloomberg) –- Standard Chartered Head of China & Hong Kong Equity Research Erwin Sanft discusses China's economy and the country possibly being the world's largest economy by years end with David Ingles, Zeb Eckert, Mia Saini and Rishaad ...

China's New Credit Declines
China's broadest measure of new credit fell last month as authorities extended their campaign to tame financial dangers even as construction and manufacturing data point to risks that the economy's slowdown will worsen. Aggregate financing was 1.55 ...

China's young migrants like cities, spend more: survey
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's young rural migrant workers are more eager to work in cities, and are spending more and saving less, an official survey showed on Monday, a trend that could boost Beijing's efforts to urbanize and re-balance the economy in ...

Shanghai Cops, Now Armed, Shoot for Shoulders
Chinese police officers checked their guns at a police station before a patrol mission in Shanghai last month. Zuma Press. China last month put criminals and terrorists on notice that more police officers nationwide — starting in Shanghai — would be ...

In the Deep, China Can Now Go It Alone
HONG KONG—China honed the skills it is now trying to deploy in disputed waters off Vietnam by working with or buying companies that had mastered deep-water technology. It also spent heavily on developing its own sophisticated offshore equipment, ...

China Stocks Ready For Lift-Off
Thanks to surprisingly good economic data out of Beijing, the biggest China exchange traded fund is on the rise early on Monday. The iShares FTSE China (FXI) ETF was up nearly 2% in the pre-market hours. The morning rally follows comments from ...

Southeast Asian Countries Follow Familiar Diplomatic Script With China
When China deployed a huge oil rig to waters claimed by Vietnam last week, the move was generally recognized as unprecedented--an escalation in Beijing's approach toward its smaller rivals in the South China Sea. Asean's response was hardly new, ...

President tells China to get used to slower growth
BEIJING (AP) — China's president has told the country to get used to slower growth, damping expectations of a new stimulus. President Xi Jinping's weekend comments come amid weakening trade and manufacturing. Economic growth slowed in the latest ...

North Korea Test Could Further Fray Ties With China
BEIJING — North Korea says it could soon carry out its fourth nuclear test. If it does, analysts say China is likely to support tougher sanctions at the United Nations, and even carry out some actions of its own. It is not clear whether Beijing has ...

China Slowdown Deepens
Workers assemble a sedan on the production line at the Geely Automobile Holdings Ltd. factory in Cixi, Zhejiang Province, China. Factory-production growth compared with an 8.8 percent increase in March. Close. Workers assemble a sedan on the ...

China shares down on coal, losses limited by property, PetroChina
BEIJING May 13 (Reuters) - China shares closed down slightly on Tuesday, as investors locked in some of the previous day's strong gains following news of deepening capital reforms, though property continued to perform strongly. The Shanghai Composite ...

Asia stocks mostly higher after China data
HONG KONG (MarketWatch) — Asia stocks were mostly higher on Tuesday, tracking overnight gains in the U.S., while Shanghai markets slipped as China's April economic data slightly missed expectations. Japanese stocks led regional gains, with the Nikkei ...

China April economic data paints downbeat picture, fresh policies eyed
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's economic activity showed across-the-board weakness in April, with data from output to investment and consumption all missing market expectations, sparking new calls for Beijing to ease policies to shore up growth. Months of ...

China Isn't Overtaking America
NEW YORK — A report last month that China's economy will soon become the world's largest has sparked worries. Normally calm observers are taking the news as a sign that China is overtaking America as an economic power. But much as counting ...

Beijing Plans to Spend $14 Billion on Second Airport
Passengers look out a window while airliners line up near a runway at Beijing Capital Airport. China leads the world in flight delays, according to a private study. Associated Press. HONG KONG—Beijing plans to spend around US$14 billion to build a new ...

China detains man who wrote for foreign website
BEIJING (AP) — A Beijing man who supplied information to a dissident-run U.S.-based news website has been detained on charges he made up stories that disparaged the Chinese government, police said Tuesday. Xiang Nanfu was accused of providing ...

China's Communist Party Learns The Fine Art Of Public Relations
Openness doesn't come naturally to China's Communist Party. After all, China is an authoritarian state where people have little right to know how they are governed. But Communist Party schools have been trying to change that over the years by teaching ...

China's Young Migrant Workers Earn More, Send Less Home
China's younger migrant workers are better educated, spend more, save less, and prefer living in China's bigger cities. And they make up close to one half of the migrant workforce, according to a survey released Monday by China's National Bureau of ...

China's Terra cotta warriors visit Children's Museum of Indianapolis
A small army has invaded Indianapolis. Several Chinese soldiers traveled by land and air all the way from Xian, in the province of Shaanxi, and have gathered at the Children's Museum in the capital of Indiana. But don't worry: No one is in danger ...

Goldman to Citigroup Miss World's Worst Selloff in China
A customer looks at a newspaper article displayed on a white board in front of an electronic stock board at a security firm in Shanghai, China, on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013. China?s State Council approved an income-distribution plan intended to tackle the ...

Students to Soy Limit Lew's Leverage in China: Chart of the Day
Regardless of what U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang talked about yesterday in Beijing, both leaders face the reality that interdependence outweighs contention. The CHART OF THE DAY shows how China's portfolio of ...

China's Stocks Fluctuate as Developers Gain, Yanzhou Coal Drops
China's stocks fluctuated. Real-estate companies rose after the central bank asked major lenders to accelerate the granting of mortgages. Energy producers fell. China Vanke Co. (000002) and Poly Real Estate Group Co., the biggest developers, climbed ...

China graft probes up a fifth in first quarter, top prosecutor says
BEIJING May 14 (Reuters) - China investigated more than 10,000 people in corruption cases in the first three months of 2014, the country's top graft prosecutor said on Wednesday, up nearly a fifth from last year, in the latest bid to spotlight a ...

China's top soy buyer says to honour import deals, take loss-report
BEIJING May 14 (Reuters) - China's largest soy buyer Shandong Sunrise Group said it will not default on soybean contracts despite facing big losses, in order to protect its relationship with suppliers, state media reported on Wednesday. Sunrise, which ...

Beijing's smog police outgunned in China's war on pollution
BEIJING (Reuters) - Environmental inspectors in Beijing are scrambling to keep pace with a rising number of cases as the city tries to impose tough new standards on thousands of polluting firms, highlighting the growing logistical problems facing China ...

China Begins Construction in Spratly Islands
Philippine Marines, part of a military detachment stationed aboard the BRP Sierra Madre, take part in a flag raising ceremony in March at the disputed Second Thomas Shoal, part of the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea. Reuters. MANILA—China has ...

Philippines Challenges China Over Disputed Atoll
HONG KONG — The Philippines said on Wednesday that it had protested signs of land reclamation by China aimed at expanding a disputed coral atoll near the southern Philippines, the latest in a series of disputes pitting China against its neighbors in ...


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