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China starts int'l hunt for train station attacker
BEIJING (AP) — China said Monday it had launched an international manhunt for the alleged mastermind behind an attack at a train station last month blamed on extremists from the Muslim Turkic Uighur ethnic group. The official China Daily newspaper and ...

Hebei April steel output drops as China's smog war intensifies
BEIJING, May 19 (Reuters) - Steel production in the northern Chinese province of Hebei dipped 7.1 percent in April from a year ago despite increasing output levels nationwide, a sign that Beijing's war on smog is already eating into industrial output ...

5 myths about China
On a single day this spring – April 30, though it could be any – readers scanning the news on China had reason to be baffled: They learned that China is poised to vault past the United States on a measure of economic dominance, five years sooner than ...

China Evacuates Thousands from Vietnam
Thousands of Chinese workers are being evacuated from Vietnam by ship following anti-China rioting last week that left two people dead and more than 140 injured. China's official Xinhua news agency says two ships left the central Vietnamese port of ...

Sinosphere | A Rare, Partial Victory in Saving Remnants of Old Beijing
Cui Juinze stands below the hanging lotus gate at No. 33 Lingjing Lane. The Didi Kirsten Tatlow/The New York TimesCui Juinze stands below the hanging lotus gate at No. 33 Lingjing Lane. The empty rectangles along the top of the gate show where thieves ...

China cited in cyber-espionage case
WASHINGTON — The United States has brought first-of-its kind cyber-espionage charges against five Chinese military officials accused of hacking into U.S. companies to gain trade secrets. According to the indictment, hackers targeted the U.S. nuclear ...

How China is taking over Africa
You've seen the headlines: China is taking over Africa, and the United States and Africa's former colonizers in Europe have lost sway. Mostly, it's true. Throughout Angola, Ghana and the Congo, some of China's largest companies are building roads and ...

China's Tianjin to restrict vehicle use to curb pollution
BEIJING (Reuters) - The government of the industrial city of Tianjin in northern China will limit the number of vehicles allowed on roads during heavy smog, state media reported on Monday, in the latest attempt to fight pollution. On days of severe ...

China Uncensored: China's High-Speed Rail to US, Germany, and More!
Rescue operations on the wreckage of two high-speed trains that collided on the outskirts of Wenzhou in the eastern Chinese province of Zhejiang on July 24, 2011 (photo taken on July 24). The train crash killed 35 people and injured over 200. (AFP ...

China's Agile Property fined for building illegal golf courses - Xinhua
BEIJING May 19 (Reuters) - A subsidiary of Chinese real estate firm Agile Property Holdings Ltd has been fined for violating laws governing the construction of golf courses, official state media and China's National Development and Reform Commission ...

China Gives Putin a Diplomatic Boost
President Vladimir Putin met Tuesday with China's president in a diplomatic boost for the isolated Russian leader but his spokesman said the two sides had yet to agree on a widely anticipated multibillion-dollar natural gas sale. Putin, shunned by the ...

China Cyber Spat: Beijing Summons US Envoy
China has reacted angrily to U.S. charges that five of its military officials have been involved in cyberespionage against its companies. China Summons Envoy, Suspends Security Deal in Cyberspying Spat. By Ed Flanagan. BEIJING - China summoned the ...

Can China Be Shamed Into Stopping Business Espionage?
A man works on a security camera which is installed at the Tiananmen square in Beijing October 31, 2013. Kim Kyung-Hoon. Tweet. AA. Filed Under: World, China, Justice, Business, United States. Prosecutors call it “name and shame” — showy indictments ...

China Halts Cybersecurity Cooperation After U.S. Spying Charges
While cybersecurity tops Director of National Intelligence James Clapper's list of global threats for the second consecutive year, spying concerns were elevated to the No. 2 issue, a reflection of the impact on national security agencies from fugitive ...

US Charges on China Hackers Cap 3-Year Pressure Campaign (1)
Assistant Foreign Minister Zheng Zeguang summoned the U.S. Ambassador to China Max Baucus, seen here, and lodged a formal protest over the indictments, the official Xinhua News Agency reported. Photographer: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images. The U.S. ...

For US Companies That Challenge China, the Risk of Digital Reprisal
HONG KONG — Two large American steel makers, U.S. Steel and Allegheny Technologies, each lost confidential files giving access to their computer networks. The largest solar panel manufacturer in the United States, SolarWorld, allegedly lost ...

Deal watch: Seven nights in China for $1249
Tour the highlights of China – Beijing, Xi'an and Shanghai – on a seven-night privately guided vacation from China Odyssey Tours. This package costs $1,249 and includes seven nights' accommodation (two each in Shanghai and Beijing, and three in Xi'an), ...

Modern-Day Marco Polo for Hangzhou, China
As unofficial ambassadors for a city go, you can't do much better than Marco Polo. The legendary 13th century Italian traveler was one of the first westerners to travel through China, and in his accounts of the journey he described Hangzhou as "The ...

China warns US cyber charges could damage ties
Press materials are displayed on a table of the Justice Department in Washington, Monday, May 19, 2014, before Attorney General Eric Holder was to speak at a news conference. Holder was announcing that a U.S. grand jury has charged five Chinese ...

China Warns of More Repercussions Over US Cyber Indictments
BEIJING — China has lodged a protest with the U.S. Ambassador in Beijing in response to accusations that five Chinese military officers engaged in cyber theft and espionage targeting American companies and labor groups. China also says it could take ...

China Calls for New Asian Security Structure
China's president called Wednesday for the creation of a new Asian structure for security cooperation based on a regional group that includes Russia and Iran and excludes the United States. President Xi Jinping spoke at a meeting in Shanghai of the ...

Consumer, energy sectors to lead China's 2014 earnings growth to 4-year high
... * Overall pft at mainland listed firms seen up 19 pct y/y. * Growth as Beijing tilts economy to consumption-led model. * Financial firms, utilities expected to post slower growth. By Lee Chyen Yee and Meg Shen. SINGAPORE/HONG KONG, May 21 (Reuters) ...

China confronts US envoy over cyber-spying accusations
BEIJING (Reuters) - China summoned the U.S. ambassador after the United States accused five Chinese military officers of hacking into American companies to steal trade secrets, warning Washington it could take further action, the foreign ministry said ...

China's Food Security, 2.0 and beyond
There was a time when overseas acquisitions by Chinese food companies were known more for debacles than success. China Bright Food, the second largest food group of China, used to be known for a string of failed matrimonies – with Australian sugar ...

Former Top JPMorgan Banker in China Is Said to Have Been Arrested in Hong ...
Former Top JPMorgan Banker in China Is Said to Have Been Arrested in Hong ...

Vietnam and Philippines Agree to Oppose China
Vietnam and the Philippines will jointly oppose "illegal" Chinese actions in the South China Sea, Vietnam's prime minster said Wednesday in a rare show of public solidarity between two Southeast Asian nations wrestling with Beijing's determination to ...

Attack at market in China kills 31
BEIJING — At least 31 people died and over 90 were injured Thursday when attackers drove two cars into shoppers, and threw explosives, at an open-air market in the northwest Chinese city of Urumqi, state media reported. China's Ministry of Public ...

Vietnam Threatens Legal Action Against China
Vietnam's prime minister said Thursday for the first time that his country is considering legal action against China over its sovereignty claims in the South China Sea, a move that Beijing would likely fiercely oppose. China claims nearly all of the ...

China Treads Carefully as It Pursues Influence
China is carrying on a high-stakes balancing act aimed at building influence and access to resources abroad without damaging ties with its most important economic partner — the United States. In rapid-fire moves Wednesday, President Xi Jinping called ...

China Plans Security Checks for Tech Firms After US Indictments
HONG KONG — A Chinese state agency that threatened retaliation after the United States obtained indictments of five People's Liberation Army officers on charges of cyberespionage announced plans on Thursday for tighter checks on Internet technology ...


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