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The Short Answer What You Need To Know About China's Growth Moves
China's central bank on Wednesday broadly helped the ability of its banks to make loans. The move signals that Beijing is increasingly worried that the world's No. 2 economy isn't growing as fast as it should. Already some of the first economic ...

China tightens Web controls; commenters must register real names
China's Internet regulators on Wednesday announced wide-reaching rules requiring anybody posting comments online to register using their real name, the latest step in a continued tightening of control over freedom of expression online. lRelated Keeping ...

China's Western Values Debate Heats Up Online
BEIJING—. It is not every day that a country's education minister talks about banning textbooks and the threat of Western values. But in China, such talk is becoming increasingly common. Recently, China's Minister of Education Yuan Guiren stirred up a ...

Top China official in Hong Kong warns against confronting Beijing
HONG KONG (Reuters) - China's top official in Hong Kong has warned democracy campaigners in the former British colony against pushing for independence and confronting Beijing, the official news agency, Xinhua, reported. Pro-democracy protesters in ...

Asia Stocks Subdued as Greece Jitters Offset China Stimulus
TOKYO — Asia stock markets were subdued Thursday as optimism from China's latest move to boost its economy was tempered by the European Central Bank's withdrawal of a key financial support for Greek banks. KEEPING SCORE: The Nikkei 225, the ...

Q. and A.: Matt Ferchen on China and the Price of Oil
A worker walks on top of an oil tank at a Sinopec refinery in Wuhan, Hubei Province. China is taking advantage of lower global oil prices to bolster its strategic reserves.Credit Darley Shen/Reuters. Email; Share; Tweet; Save; More. The recent global ...

Manila Says China Starts Dredging at Another Reef in Disputed Waters
MANILA—. China has started dredging around the disputed Mischief Reef in the South China Sea, a Philippine navy commander said on Thursday, signaling Beijing may be preparing to expand its facilities in the area. Last year, Chinese President Xi ...

China Holds Canadian on Suspicion of Stealing State Secrets
BEIJING — A Canadian man with ties to a Christian group that provides humanitarian aid to North Koreans has been formally detained by China on suspicion of stealing state secrets, while his wife, also Canadian, was released on bail after they were ...

Philippines Files Diplomatic Protest Over China Confrontation
MANILA—. The Philippines lodged diplomatic protests with China over two alleged fishing-related incidents at Scarborough Shoal in the South China Sea, the site of a tense standoff between the two countries three years ago. The Philippine Department of ...

Why Argentina's President Really Can't Afford to Mock China
Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and Chinese President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the People on Feb. 4. Photographer: Rolex dela Pena-Pool/Getty Images. Recommended. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras Greece: Here's What Happens ...

US businesses ask White House to help on China cybersecurity rules
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. business lobbies called on the White House this week for help to overturn new Chinese cybersecurity regulations they say would hurt market opportunities abroad and jobs in the United States. In a letter sent to officials ...

Catholic Bishop Detained in China for Past 14 Years Has Died
BEIJING — A secretly appointed Roman Catholic bishop detained by China for the past 14 years due to its feud over authority with the Vatican has died at age 94, a Roman Catholic website said Friday. Chinese officials informed the family of Bishop ...

The rise of 'Made in the USA' by China
Shandong Tranlin Paper operates a pulp and paper factory in China. Tranlin is now working on opening a new U.S. plant in Virginia. Later this year along the banks of the James River outside Richmond, Virginia, a paper products maker based in ...

China corruption watchdog accuses state energy firms of serious violations
SHANGHAI Feb 6 (Reuters) - China's top graft-busting body said on Friday two big state-owned energy conglomerates have committed serious violations of regulations and accused unnamed officials in them of corruption, as part of an intensifying crackdown ...

A Herder Strikes Gold, in the Shape of China
The mountains of the remote Altay area of northwestern China have a storied history of gold mining. People in the region talk about mines that Russians helped build and operate in the first half of the 20th century. The Russians left the area after the ...

Q. and A.: Andrew Small on the China-Pakistan Relationship
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif of Pakistan shakes hands with President Xi Jinping of China in Beijing on Nov. 8, 2014. Credit Pool photo by Kim Kyung-Hoon. Email; Share; Tweet; Save; More. Andrew Small, a policy researcher at the German Marshall Fund of ...

China promises protecting legitimate interests of foreign firms
BEIJING, Feb. 6 (Xinhua) -- China reaffirmed its commitment to protect the legitimate interests of foreign businesses after U.S. business lobbies called for a set of new Chinese cybersecurity regulations to be overturned. "The Chinese government will ...

Shenzhen stocks beat Shanghai peers most since 2008 on link
SHANGHAI — Just as Shanghai was starting to enjoy the title of favorite destination for Chinese stock investors, the nation's smaller bourse in Shenzhen is stealing it back. The Shenzhen Composite Index of companies traded in the Southern Chinese city ...

Is China preparing to start a huge currency war?
China has entered the global monetary- easing fray, along with more than a dozen other economies, after its central bank surprised investors by cutting reserve requirements 50 basis points to spur lending and combat deflation. But Beijing may be raring ...

China's Fog Weighs Heavily on Shoulders of Its Premier Architect
BEIJING — It is a winter day in China's smoggy capital, and Wu Liangyong is wondering what went wrong. For 70 years, Mr. Wu has ridden out the country's political storms, including one that killed his mentor, to establish himself as the most ...

Berlin: Jiaflix Seeks to Remodel China's Online Video Sector
China's online video sector is a multi-billion dollar industry that dwarfs its European counterpart and which operates with sharply different business models from the emerging VoD sector in North America. While the market leaders are native Chinese ...

Anthem probe looking at China as possible source of hack
Anthem's computer experts, and private contractors the company has hired to investigate the hack, are convinced the breach of their systems came from China, according to government and private sector people involved in the investigation. FBI ...

China Focus: Beijing district to ease residency permits for migrants
BEIJING, Feb. 7 (Xinhua) -- Beijing will pilot a "point system" in east suburban district of Tongzhou to allow its migrants to claim permanent resident permits or "hukou". The system was included in the comprehensive pilot plan for promoting new-type ...

Porsche to recall 14571 cars in China
BEIJING, Feb. 7 (Xinhua) -- Porsche China will recall 14,571 vehicles on the Chinese mainland due to faulty camshaft, the national quality watchdog said. Recalled cars include several imported Panamera models made from Apr. 2009 to Sep. 2011 and two ...

Brand is the new way for China's agricultural dream
BEIJING, Feb. 7 (Xinhua) -- High quality, modern production and food safety are China's top agricultural development priorities this year and achieving them could be as simple as creating a brand, according to some agribusiness giants. "Agribusiness ...

China Purges a Party's Rolls (and Tissues)
BEIJING — The authorities in southern China have seized about 8,000 rolls of toilet paper and 20,000 packages of tissues containing unflattering images of Hong Kong's pro-Beijing chief executive, according to an official of the small political party ...

China Seizes Toilet Paper Bearing Face of Hong Kong Leader
Authorities in southern China have seized about 8,000 rolls of toilet paper and another 20,000 packages of tissues containing unflattering images of Hong Kong's pro-Beijing chief executive, according to an official of the small political party that ...

Shanghai in a day? A custom tour proves a special way to see the city
As the nighttime lights of Shanghai winked to life late on a damp Saturday afternoon, the tour guide said she had one last stop in mind: the marriage market in People's Park. "I just hope we're not too late," she said as we hailed a taxi and headed for ...

China seeks private sector help to streamline bloated army
Wang Zegang makes mining machinery for the coal industry at his factory in Shandong province. But by next year he plans to branch out into a new business: making jets for China's air force. The way he views it, the more of his products that get shot ...

2nd LD-Writethru-China Focus: China's foreign trade tumbles 10.8 pct in Jan.
BEIJING, Feb. 8 (Xinhua) -- China's foreign trade tumbled in January as major data experienced routine decline ahead of the upcoming Chinese lunar New Year, or Spring Festival. The total trade volume stood at 2.09 trillion yuan (341.16 billion U.S ...


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