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China Internet Restrictions Hurting Business, Western Companies Say
Nearly nine out of 10 European companies operating in China say the country's Internet restrictions are hurting business, a new survey has found, providing another indication that Beijing's intensified efforts to exert control online are having an ...

China's shale ambition: 23 times the output in 5 years
LONDON (MarketWatch)—China is in the early stages of a fracking revolution, attempting to copy the rise in U.S. shale-gas production in an effort to combat unhealthy levels of pollution and meet a surge in energy demand. By 2020, China—the world's ...

In China, a fight to save a forest tests toughened environment law
BEIJING (Reuters) - A lawsuit filed against four Chinese mining executives accused of destroying a stretch of forest is shaping up as a test of China's strengthened environmental law and the ability of green groups to make companies more accountable ...

European business group slams China's Internet controls
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Internet curbs are isolating it from the world and having a "highly detrimental" impact on business, a European lobby said on Thursday, in an unusually strong statement by a foreign business chamber. With a population of 1.4 ...

Amid China's anti-graft campaign, official hounded out — for being too honest
BEIJING — At the start of a far-reaching government campaign against corruption, Communist Party official Fan Songqing had the bright idea of publicly declaring all of his assets, and encouraging his colleagues to do the same. But instead of being ...

US accuses China of unfairly helping exporters
The United States is challenging China at the World Trade Organization, alleging that the Chinese government unfairly subsidizes exports in seven industries. The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative said Wednesday that China designates certain ...

Chinese, Greek heads of gov't discuss bilateral cooperation
BEIJING, Feb. 12 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras vowed Wednesday to further advance the friendly ties and win-win cooperation between their countries during a telephone conversation. Li said China ...

China's military not ready 'to fight and win future wars,' new report says
Hong Kong (CNN) Despite huge advances, China's military suffers from "serious weaknesses" that could limit its ability "to fight and win future wars," a congressional study released this week suggests. The 184-page report sponsored by the U.S. ...

US has raised concerns with China about new cyber rules-official
WASHINGTON Feb 12 (Reuters) - The Obama administration sees planned new cybersecurity rules in China as a "major barrier" to trade and has raised concerns with Beijing at the highest level, a senior U.S. official said on Thursday. Deputy U.S. Trade ...

China stocks up for fifth day on reform moves
SHANGHAI Feb 13 (Reuters) - China stocks rose for the fifth straight day on Friday, capping their best week in nearly two months, as fresh reform measures helped sustain sentiment in thin trade ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday. Hong Kong stocks also ...

China Urges Myanmar to Restore Peace Along Border
BEIJING—. China on Friday urged the Myanmar government and rebels to resolve their dispute peacefully so that refugees who were driven across the Chinese border can go home as soon as possible. The clashes in Shan State, in the northeast of Myanmar ...

China's Two Biggest Taxi Apps Reportedly Considering A Merger
Uber's China aspirations may hit a huge roadblock soon. Kuaidi Dache and Didi Dache, the country's two biggest taxi-calling apps, are reportedly considering a merger. The Wall Street Journal reports that discussions are “advanced,” but still need the ...

China Plans International Tourism Zone with North Korea and Russia
A North Korean female soldier waves to a Chinese tourist boat on the banks of the Yalu River near the North Korean town of Sinuiju, opposite the Chinese border city of Dandong, May 4, 2014. Jacky Chen/REUTERS. Filed Under: World, North Korea, tourism, ...

Chinese Man Rams Car Into US Consulate in Shanghai, Hurts 1
A Chinese man rammed a car into a barrier in front of the U.S. Consulate in Shanghai and injured an armed police officer, officials said Friday. Shanghai police said the man, identified as 35-year-old Liu Daojie, was placed in custody and told ...

China: Telco Merger Looks Intriguing, But Unlikely
Bottom line: Rumors of a China Telecom-Unicom merger are probably false since they would leave just 2 big players in the market, though the talk could reflect the regulator's frustration at the continued dominance of China Mobile. Everyone else is ...

China's middle-class dream isn't going as planned William Pesek
At Davos last month, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang told a room full of fretting executives and policymakers not to worry about his country's slowing economy. China, he argued, had a foolproof means of maintaining rapid growth: an urbanization boom that is ...

China official wants to force couples to have second child
HONG KONG (MarketWatch) — After more than 30 years of imposing a one-child policy, China is facing a dilemma of rapid aging and serious gender imbalances. Now one of the nation's birth-control officials is suggesting going the opposite way and forcing ...

Beijing now drinking from vast water project environmentalists decry
Workers put the final touches on the central channel of the south-north water project, downstream of the Danjiangkou Reservoir, near Nanyang, China, in March 2014. STUART LEAVENWORTH — McClatchy. Related Stories: Questions arise about wisdom of ...

"Belt and Road" not reaction to US Pivot
BEIJING, Feb. 13 (Xinhua) -- Rather than seeking regional dominance,China's plans to build an East-West trade network across the Asian continent are pacifist in nature because of their inclusiveness and aim at mutual benefit. Western media outlets have ...

5 reasons to go to Beijing this winter
Deseret Digital Media NewsOK publishes content from Deseret Digital Media, which has a network of websites that includes KSL.com, DeseretNews.com and FamilyShare.com. 5 reasons to go to Beijing this winter. Beijing will welcome a record number of ...

China's Millennials Shun Traditional Matchmaking, Wait to Find Love
SHANGHAI — At a trendy bar in China's largest city, young men and women catch up with friends, dance, and — in something of a break with Chinese tradition — attempt to find love. Contrary to previous generations' emphasis on status and wealth, China ...

China's economic planners aim to boost service exports
BEIJING (Reuters) - China has set a target of reaching $1 trillion worth of trade in services by the year 2020, according to a newly released economic planning policy paper that emphasized a shift away from the export of goods. The State Council, China ...

China's Biggest Taxi Apps Backed by Alibaba, Tencent Merge
(Bloomberg) -- China's two largest taxi-hailing applications, backed separately by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. and Tencent Holdings Ltd., have announced a merger that will help them cope with rising competition. Hangzhou Kuaidi Technology Co., known as ...

China to send 14th medical team to Botswana
GABORONE, Feb. 14 (Xinhua) -- The governments of China and Botswana on Friday signed an agreement of sending the 14th Chinese medical team to Botswana. Chinese Ambassador to Botswana Zheng Zhuqiang and Botswana's Minister of Health Dorcas ...

Pakistan, China agree on need to maintain south Asia strategic balance
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and China have agreed on the need for maintaining strategic balance in South Asia as top officials from both sides discussed bilateral and regional issues during Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi's visit here. The issue of regional ...

China to abolish controversial temporary residence permit
BEIJING, Feb. 15 (Xinhua) -- China plans to abolish its controversial temporary residence permit and push forward reform of the household registration system, according to a public security reform plan released on Sunday. Permanent residence permits ...

China's reform starts 2015 strongly
BEIJING, Feb. 15 (Xinhua) -- In the midst of an adjusting economy and various domestic challenges, China has vigorously advanced its grand, but arduous, reform plans in 2015. In the world's eyes, China seemed to be in a contradictory situation in the ...

China Voice: Does China no longer keep low profile in diplomacy?
BEIJING, Feb. 15 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping will make his first state visit to the United States in September, with the announcement coming seven months ahead of the trip - a rare move in diplomacy between heads of state. The early ...

China forex regulator sees volatile capital flows in 2015
BEIJING, Feb. 15 (Xinhua) -- China's cross-border capital flows will remain volatile this year amid uncertainties both at home and abroad, the country's forex regulator said on Sunday. As China gradually moves to make its foreign exchange mechanism ...

Quest takes Che to China
Dr Che Corbin, doing a diagnostic and treatment of this patient's back to determine the situation with his muscles, tendons and bones. (Picture by Reco Moore.) MORE ARTICLES. VIDEO: Alexandra Sports Read More · Bowlers pull it back Read More · Lester ...


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