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Corporate Ponzi Game In China?
Dr. Seung Ho Park is Professor of Strategy at CEIBS. His current research focuses on MNCs in emerging markets. Can Chinese Firms Defy Gravity of Profitability During Economic Downturn? Like the Chinese economy that seems to have defied fundamental ...

China slams Philippines for criticizing island project in South China Sea
BEIJING (Reuters) - China on Monday hit back at the Philippines for criticizing Beijing's ongoing reclamation project in the disputed South China Sea, saying that its actions were within the scope of Chinese sovereignty. China lays claim to almost all ...

China slams Philippines for criticising island project in Sth China Sea
BEIJING (Reuters) - China on Monday hit back at the Philippines for criticising Beijing's ongoing reclamation project in the disputed South China Sea, saying that its actions were within the scope of Chinese sovereignty. China lays claim to almost all ...

Beijing closes private clubs in temples
BEIJING, Jan. 12 (Xinhua) -- Beijing has closed private clubs in two historic temples as part of China's mass-line campaign and anti-extravagance efforts, authorities announced on Monday. According to a statement by the office of the leading team in ...

Court freezes some of China developer Kaisa Group's assets
HONG KONG Jan 12 (Reuters) - A Shanghai court has frozen $105 million in assets of Kaisa Group Holdings, a trust unit of China's Shanghai AJ Corp said on Monday, as filings against the troubled property developer pile up. Shenzhen-based Kaisa warned ...

China flight canceled after exit doors opened
Last month, a China-bound Thai AirAsia flight was forced to return to Bangkok after a female Chinese passenger threw hot water on a flight attendant amid a heated argument between her boyfriend and the cabin crew over service. On Saturday, passengers ...

6 Men, Said to Have Attacked the Police, Are Killed in China's Far West
BEIJING — In the latest outburst of violence in China's troubled Xinjiang region, security forces shot and killed six men on Monday after they attacked police officers not far from the Silk Road city of Kashgar, a government website reported. The ...

HSBC Buying Industrial, Energy Shares on China Growth Outlook
HSBC Global Asset Management is stepping up bets on the Chinese economy, buying shares of industrial and energy companies that are most reliant on the nation's growth outlook. China's low inflation and high interest rates give the government firepower ...

Anger at Officials' Expensive Meal Before Deadly Shanghai Stampede
The mother of a victim cries on Jan. 2 at the spot where 36 people died in a stampede during a New Year's Eve celebration on the Bund in Shanghai.Credit Aly Song/Reuters. A cover story in the latest issue of Caixin New Century Weekly, a Chinese ...

China's Sweet Handshake To France
Three recent Chinese investments, or cross-investments, have stirred up a highly polemical debate in France, revealing that such activity touches a sore nerve among the French public. One of them is being undertaken by the Symbiose Consortium (the ...

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Kaisa an object lesson in the perils of China
(Reuters) - The apparent default of leading property developer Kaisa Group Holding Ltd shows clearly just how badly global investors are at pricing China risks. Shenzen-based Kaisa said on Monday it had missed interest payments to investors in its ...

Managing The Dragon's China Predictions For 2015
The year of the goat may go down as the year of the capital markets in China. In the closing months of 2014, China announced two major reforms that promise to have a far-reaching impact on the deployment of capital flow in and out of the country. As a ...

US report says human rights worsen in China
BEIJING — A U.S. report Tuesday accused China's rulers of intensifying their repression of personal freedoms, even as the communist government has proclaimed a commitment to greater human rights. Freedom House, a Washington advocacy group, said ...

North Koreans Walk Across Frozen River to China to Commit Murder
A spate of murders by North Koreans inside China's border is prompting some residents to abandon their homes, testing China's ability to manage both the 880-mile (1,400-kilometer) shared frontier and its relationship with the reclusive nation. The ...

China shuts 50 websites and social media accounts
BEIJING Jan 13 (Reuters) - China has closed 50 websites and social media accounts for violations ranging from pornography to "publishing political news without a permit", Beijing's cyberspace watchdog said on Tuesday. The government is pursuing a ...

In China, Projects to Make Great Wall Feel Small
DALIAN, China — The plan here seems far-fetched — a $36 billion tunnel that would run twice the length of the one under the English Channel, and bore deep into one of Asia's active earthquake zones. When completed, it would be the world's longest ...

China Railway Signal Said to Plan $2 Billion Stock Sale
China Railway Signal & Communication Corp., China's biggest provider of rail traffic control systems, plans to seek about $2 billion from an initial public offering in Hong Kong, said people with knowledge of the matter. The company, based in Beijing ...

China arrests 10 Turks who may have helped terror suspects: Global Times
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Police in Shanghai have arrested 10 Turkish nationals suspected of supplying fake passports to ethnic Uighurs from China's far-western region of Xinjiang who were described as terrorist suspects by state media. Hundreds of people ...

Asian Cup: China beats Uzbeks, secures quarterfinal spot
BRISBANE, Australia (AP) — China secured an Asian Cup quarterfinal spot when it beat Uzbekistan 2-1 on Wednesday. The Chinese top Group B with six points from two games and, with Uzbekistan and Saudi Arabia each on three points and meeting in the ...

Almaty and Beijing: Breaking down the 2022 Olympic bid files
LONDON (AP) — The race for the 2022 Winter Olympics is down two Asian cities that are not constricted by the same financial, political and public opinion concerns that led several European contenders to drop out last year. The Kazakh city of Almaty ...

What Does 2015 Have In Store For China's Healthcare Economy?
For companies and investors working in China's healthcare economy, it would be a mild understatement to say that 2014 was a year where the signal to noise ratio was pretty high. Lots of interesting new policies, but certainly also many ongoing ...

Why China Will Reclaim Siberia
“A land without people for a people without land.” At the turn of the 20th century, that slogan promoted Jewish migration to Palestine. It could be recycled today, justifying a Chinese takeover of Siberia. Of course, Russia's Asian hinterland isn't ...

Bad News Is Good News: A Contrarian View Of China Investing
When China celebrates its new year next month, we will transition into the Year of the Ram, also known as the Year of the Goat or Sheep. If you believe in luck, this could be a good sign. The ram comes eighth in the 12-zodiac cycle, and in Mandarin ...

China opens southeast air routes that triggered Taiwan's protest
TAIPEI, Taiwan — China announced new commercial flight routes along its southeastern coast Wednesday after Taiwan warned the decision was made unilaterally and poses safety risks in the Taiwan Strait. China's Taiwan Affairs Office Wednesday called ...

Beijing Is Choking Under Another Nightmare Smog
Visitors take a walk during a polluted day at Tiananmen Square in Beijing on Jan. 15, 2015. Kim Kyung-Hoon—Reuters. Readings are off the charts. Deep down, Beijing knew it was coming. But against all odds, the 21 million residents of China's capital ...

China punishes officials for abuses in arranging pilgrimages
BEIJING — Thirty-two officials in far-western China have been punished over alleged bribe-taking, nepotism or other wrongdoing in the choosing of people for over-subscribed Muslim pilgrimages to the holy city of Mecca, a Communist Party commission and ...

Copper's Collapse Poised to Spur Buying by China's Stockpiler
Copper's drop to the lowest in more than five years is raising speculation China's government will take advantage of lower prices to buy supplies, hastening a rebound. The metal has slumped 10 percent this year and yesterday slid below $5,500 a metric ...

China Says New Air Routes Needed to Ease Its Flight Delays
New commercial flight routes off China's southeast coast are intended to ease chronic flight delays, the Foreign Ministry said Thursday, without commenting on Taiwan's concerns they could affect flight safety in its airspace. China announced this week ...

The Sights of Shanghai
Shanghai, China's booming port city, is anything but ordinary. Its cosmopolitan and colorful past—a destination that once seduced Charlie Chaplin, Aldous Huxley and Noël Coward—can still be seen in the city's architecture, art and after-dark antics ...


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