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To Calm Its Markets, China Helps Guide a Sell-Off
HONG KONG – Stocks in China plunged 7.7 percent on Monday, the largest one-day sell-off since the 2008 financial crisis. But China's top securities regulator, Xiao Gang, showed no sign of concern as he addressed a financial forum here. After all, the ...

For China's birthrate, this may be a bad sign
Chen Lei runs a Shanghai business that helps pregnant Chinese women fly to Southern California and give birth in hospitals in Whittier, Fountain Valley, Pomona and other nearby cities. But come Feb. 19 — when the Chinese New Year begins, closing out ...

China protests over Japan's comments on border dispute with India
BEIJING Jan 19 (Reuters) - China on Monday lodged a protest with Tokyo after Japanese media quoted Japan's foreign minister as saying that a disputed border region between China and India belonged to India, in the latest source of friction between the ...

What Three Different Approaches To Senior Care in China Tell Us About The ...
What Three Different Approaches To Senior Care in China Tell Us About The ...

China-Savvy Tea Partyer Leads House Panel on Asia
The new leader of the House panel overseeing U.S. policy on Asia and the Pacific is a rarity in Congress: a deeply conservative Republican who shuns isolationism, favors closer ties with Asia and stands poised to praise as well as criticize China ...

China posts slowest growth in 24 years, more support measures seen
1 of 2. The China Central Television (CCTV) Headquarters (tallest building on L) and other office buildings are pictured in Beijing's central business district, January 20, 2015. Credit: Reuters/Jason Lee ...

China Makes Most of Oil's Collapse as Demand Rises to Record
China, the world's second-largest oil consumer, is making the most of crude's collapse as refiners process and import more oil than ever. Apparent oil demand, a measure of consumption, rose to an unprecedented 10.63 million barrels a day in December ...

Taiwan 2014 export orders hit record, China demand cools
TAIPEI, Jan 20 (Reuters) - Taiwan export orders hit a record level in 2014 and the momentum could extend into this year on stronger demand for Apple Inc's iPhone 6 and other consumer gadgets. But demand from its biggest trade partner China remains ...

China 'has the power' to introduce tough security laws in Hong Kong
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Former Hong Kong leader Tung Chee-hwa said on Tuesday tough Chinese national security laws could be introduced in Hong Kong, stoking fears China may tighten control in its southern financial hub after last year's pro-democracy ...

Investors to get taste of new China via Shenzhen trading link
SHANGHAI/HONGKONG Jan 20 (Reuters) - Foreign investors eager to tap into the next generation of Chinese firms should soon be able to directly trade stocks in Shenzhen, but the high valuations and extreme volatility of the country's second-largest ...

China Stimulus Kicks In to Help Keep 2014 Growth Near Target
China's stimulus efforts kicked in late last year, boosting production and consumer spending, and helping full-year economic growth come close to the government's target. Industrial output and retail sales for December beat the median estimates of ...

All About the Base: Oil Drop Won't Stop China in South China Sea
When it comes to territorial tensions in the South China Sea, it's more about what goes through it than what lies beneath it. Oil last week dropped below $46 a barrel to more than five-year lows. The biggest collapse in energy prices since the 2008 ...

What Traffic Jam? Welcome to Beijing's $10000 Air Cab
The ultimate symbol of power tourism may soon be blazoned across the smoggy skies of Beijing: the private helicopter. The China World Summit Wing hotel is preparing to offer a helicopter service for guests, who will soon be able to thumb their noses at ...

China's Stocks Rally Most Since 2009 as Financials Lead Rebound
Chinese stocks posted the biggest two-day rally since 2009, led by financial companies, as investors speculated Monday's rout was overdone given prospects for further monetary stimulus. China Life Insurance Co., Bank of China Ltd. and Haitong ...

China Dodges Bears and Calls Off Apocalypse, For Now
China bulls and bears called it a draw in the end. Economic growth came in faster than estimated at 7.4 percent for last year, and that was still the slowest since 1990. Good news or bad news? Your call. That's the beauty of economic reports: there's ...

Goldman Sees China's Copper Demand Hurt by Property Downturn
Copper demand in China, the world's biggest user, will be hurt by persistent weakness in the property market over the next 12 months, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc. A downturn in the nation's real-estate market, which accounts for half of China ...

In China, the California name and connection are golden
Thousands of Beijingers wake up every day in Yosemite. Hordes more have moved to Palm Springs, not to mention Orange County and Silver Lake. They shop at UCLA and go to Hollywood for a bite to eat. All without leaving the Chinese capital. When I first ...

China labour activists say facing unprecedented intimidation
Zhang Zhiru, a prominent Shenzhen-based activist, holds a book before an interview in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, January 20, 2015. Credit: Reuters/ Alexandra Harney. Related Topics. World » · Devotees take a holy bath during the Swasthani Brata ...

Manila: China's Reclamation in Disputed Reefs Now Massive
China's land reclamation in contested reefs in the South China Sea has become "massive," and is continuing despite protests from other countries, a Philippine official said Wednesday, citing surveillance photographs. Philippine Foreign Undersecretary ...

China Is Said to Be Doing Away With Goals for Arrests and Convictions
HONG KONG — The Chinese Communist Party has demanded an end to secretive performance goals that set minimum arrest and conviction rates for the police, prosecutors and courts, which magnify the pressure for guilty verdicts, the state-run news media ...

U.S. Trade Panel Triggers Duties on China, Taiwan Solar Gear
Solar panels imported from China and Taiwan are harming U.S. manufacturers, an independent trade panel ruled in a decision that will trigger punishing tariffs on the renewable-energy goods. The decision by the U.S. International Trade Commission ...

Don't Worry About China Slowdown, Premier Li Tells Davos
China will avoid a hard landing and is focused on ensuring long-term medium-to-fast growth, Premier Li Keqiang told global leaders in Davos. While the economy will still face large downward pressures in 2015, China won't have systemic financial risks ...

China's Biggest Aerospace Firm Wants to Buy a U.S. Car-Parts Maker
Aviation Industry Corp. of China, the nation's biggest aerospace company, is among bidders pursuing an acquisition of U.S. car-parts maker Henniges Automotive Holdings Inc., people with knowledge of the matter said. State-owned AVIC, based in Beijing, ...

Shenzhen Government Looks for Investors to Buy Stakes in Developer Kaisa
The Shenzhen government is holding talks with several property developers in a bid to orchestrate investments in Kaisa Group Holdings Ltd. (1638), people familiar with the matter said today. The government doesn't want stakes to be sold at a discount ...

China, Russia Plan $242 Billion Beijing-Moscow Rail Link
China will build a 7,000-kilometer (4,350-mile) high-speed rail link from Beijing to Moscow, at a cost of 1.5 trillion yuan ($242 billion), Beijing's city government said on the social networking site Weibo. The rail line seeks to facilitate travel ...

China Stocks Rise for Third Day as Li Sees No Hard Landing Risk
China's stocks rose for a third day after Premier Li Keqiang said the government will ensure an “appropriate” pace of growth and the central bank took steps to avoid a cash crunch before the Chinese new year holiday. Aluminum Corp. of China Ltd. and ...

China harassing and imprisoning Chinese working for foreign news outlets
BEIJING — Zhang Miao has now been in prison for almost four months. She is a Chinese researcher for a German newspaper in China, and her arrest has sparked fear, outrage and some soul-searching among foreign news organizations in China about the ...

US solar product trade ruling opens way to import duties on China, Taiwan
WASHINGTON Jan 21 (Reuters) - The U.S. International Trade Commission said on Wednesday imports of solar products from China and Taiwan injure U.S. producers, clearing the final hurdle for import duties and prompting China to express "serious ...

How China's New Foreign Investment Rules Might Play Out
China's Ministry of Commerce this week unveiled a draft legislation that could change how the government is regulating a corporate structure that has allowed companies in sensitive industries like the Internet, telecommunications and education to court ...

No One Willing to Take Mother's $16000 as Graft Fear Hits China
Four months after the new school year started, Chen Jin is still trying to enroll her daughter in a top middle school in her city of more than 10 million people in northern China. The problem: No one to bribe. In previous years, people with money or ...


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