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China's Taste for Norwegian Salmon Boosts Air Shipments: Freight
A light illuminates salmon for sale at a store in the Huangsha Seafood Wholesale Market in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, China. Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg. China's burgeoning middle class is eating more Western food and drinking more ...

China's Stocks Advance as Property Measure Jumps Most in
Workers labor on a construction site, developed by China Vanke Co., in the Fangshan district of Beijing. China Vanke Co. and Poly Real Estate Group Co. climbed as least 1.7 percent to lead gains for developers. Close. Workers labor on a construction ...

China warns Japan, Philippines accuses China in maritime spat
BEIJING/MANILA (Reuters) - China warned Japan on Friday to stay out of a growing dispute with its neighbors over the South China Sea, as the Philippines implicitly accused Beijing of delaying talks aimed at a solution. China claims almost the entire ...

Greentown chairman blames "twisted" China property mkt for share sale
HONG KONG May 23 (Reuters) - The chairman of Greentown China Holdings Ltd said on Friday his frustration towards China's "twisted" and "unreasonably tightened" property market is one reason why he sold some of his shares to fellow developer Sunac ...

China investigation into state energy body intensifies
BEIJING May 23 (Reuters) - A crackdown on China's National Energy Administration (NEA) is intensifying as two more top officials are being investigated for taking bribes, state media said on Friday, days after investigations into two other NEA ...

US Said to Win WTO Dispute With China Over Autos, Parts
The World Trade Organization backed the U.S. in a dispute with China over sales of General Motors Co. (GM:US) and Chrysler Group LLC cars and sport-utility vehicles, the U.S. Trade Representative said. The WTO, a global trade arbiter, found that China ...

Sinosphere | After Urumqi Bloodshed, China Warns of Increasing Threat of ...
Sinosphere | After Urumqi Bloodshed, China Warns of Increasing Threat of ...

China's 430 Million Families Shrink and Age
China's families keep shrinking in size, says a new report by the National Health and Family Planning Commission, released earlier this month. It's well known that the One-Child Policy played a key role in radically reducing the size of China's ...

China sentences 'deeply evil' billionaire Liu Han to death
If Chinese accounts of billionaire tycoon Liu Han are true, the well-connected kingpin was a man with two lives. There was Liu the philanthropist. Liu the political adviser. Liu the charitable. The other life, however, was darker: Liu the warlord, the ...

VIDEO: Passerby miraculously catches 1-year-old falling from window ledge in ...
VIDEO: Passerby miraculously catches 1-year-old falling from window ledge in ...

In China's Far West, a City Struggles to Move On
URUMQI, China — They were hard-core bargain hunters, gray-haired bus drivers and bureaucrats on modest pensions who woke up early to find the cheapest produce in this increasingly expensive city. For the driver of the sport utility vehicle seeking to ...

US prevails in WTO dispute with China over auto tariffs
China is the second-largest foreign market for U.S. automakers after Canada, accounting for 13% of U.S. exports last year. Above, Ford vehicles at a dealership in Beijing in 2012. China is the second-largest foreign market for U.S. automakers after ...

As Regimes Shift Worldwide, China Signs Gas Deal With Russia
Thai soldiers stood guard at the Army Club in central Bangkok, where the coup was announced Thursday. Credit Athit Perawongmetha/Reuters. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story Share This ...

Electric Storms, Nigeria's Girls And A Vodka Toast In China: Week In Photos ...
Electric Storms, Nigeria's Girls And A Vodka Toast In China: Week In Photos ...

Suspects in China Market Attack Identified
BEIJING — Law enforcement officials in the western region of Xinjiang on Saturday identified five men they said were responsible for an attack on an outdoor vegetable market on Thursday that killed 43 people and injured more than 90, many of them ...

China treads carefully as it pursues influence
SHANGHAI — 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 ...

Leaving Beijing with lots of love
On its Chinese tour, the Philadelphia Orchestra has found itself reaching across generations, nationalities, and abilities at concerts, lunches, and some unconventional classes, including one at a music school for autistic children. (Jan Regan ...

China, Middle East Economic Partnership to Develop Beyond Oil, HSBC Says
As the world's second-largest consumer of oil, China in the past decade has relied heavily on the Middle East to secure the resources required to fuel its ascendancy to become an economic superpower. In doing so, it overtook the U.S. as principal ...

China's Leader, Seeking to Build Its Muscle, Pushes Overhaul of the Military
China's military budget is the second largest in the world, behind that of the United States. Credit Feng Li/Getty Images. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story Share This Page. Continue ...

Japan, China Accuse Each Other of Provocation
A Chinese SU-27 fighter flies over the East China Sea, in this handout photo taken May 24 and released by the Defense Ministry of Japan May 25. Reuters. Japan and China traded accusations Sunday over close encounters between the two nations' military ...

In smog-choked China, a scramble for breathable air
Sunny Zhou, sales manager at Taizhou Air-feeder, shows off the firm's new air purifiers at a trade show last month in the Chinese capital Beijing. / Calum MacLeod, USA TODAY. USA Today. by Calum MacLeod, USA TODAY. USA Today. by Calum MacLeod ...

City in China Bombing Divided by Ethnic Tension
Yang Bin and Chen Li stand out in their neighborhood in the capital of China's Muslim northwest. The couple from the country's Han ethnic majority live surrounded by minority Uighurs, but have little to do with their neighbors. "We don't speak their ...

E-House Leads Gain on China Home-Buying Policy Easing Bet
Chinese stocks trading in the U.S. rose to the highest in two months as real-estate companies including E-House China Holdings Ltd. (EJ:US) led gains on speculation the government is easing property curbs to spur growth. The Bloomberg China-US Equity ...

China to scrap millions of cars in anti-pollution push
BEIJING (Reuters) - China plans to take more than five million ageing vehicles off the roads this year in a bid to improve air quality, with 330,000 cars set to be decommissioned in Beijing alone, the government said in a policy document published on ...

Shanghai generators struggle with targets in illiquid carbon market
BEIJING May 26 (Reuters) - Some of China's biggest power generators are struggling to meet CO2-reducion targets via Shanghai's carbon market as a lack of supply means they cannot buy enough permits to cover their emissions, sources said. The problem ...

Doubts cast on China's counter-terrorism abilities
BEIJING (AP) — China announced Monday that it has arrested more than 200 terror suspects over the past month in the restive Xinjiang region, highlighting its commitment to a security crackdown even as a bloody attack last week raised questions about ...

China says Vietnam claims to disputed islets 'ridiculous'
BEIJING (Reuters) - China described Vietnam's claim to disputed South China Sea islands as "ridiculous" on Monday, as tension rises over competing claims of sovereignty in waters believed to be rich in oil and natural gas. China claims almost the ...

An eco-friendly exodus in Beijing
In the field of microeconomics, one of the most commonly cited examples of a negative externality is that which arises from unabated industrial pollution. Through an industrial process, a factory can create both profit-yielding goods as well as some ...

Slicing the Salami - Financial Reform in China
China's advocates for financial reform have certainly talked big this year, but their agenda still remains just that. This year we have heard that the Hong Kong and Shanghai exchanges will link up making two way trading a reality, that private banks ...

Close call as China scrambles fighter jets on Japanese aircraft in disputed ...
Close call as China scrambles fighter jets on Japanese aircraft in disputed ...


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