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Myanmar Fighting Poses Dilemma for China
YANGON—. There are ongoing clashes along the Myanmar-China border between Kokang rebels, led by the 85-year-old ethnic Chinese warlord Peng Jiasheng, and Myanmar's military. Click to enlarge. x. Click to enlarge. Peng has long been suspected by ...

Tech firms freak out as China erects barriers
Western companies are starting to freak out about moves by China that could block them from swathes of its huge technology market. Six groups representing European companies and banks have appealed for official help this week, arguing that new ...

US says China is expanding its outposts in South China Sea
WASHINGTON — The director of national intelligence for the United States says China is expanding and accelerating its buildup of outposts in the South China Sea. James Clapper tells the Senate Armed Services Committee that those outposts now include ...

China drops leading tech brands for certain state purchases
BEIJING (Reuters) - China has dropped some of the world's leading technology brands from its approved state purchase lists, while approving thousands more locally made products, in what some say is a response to revelations of widespread Western ...

Beijing Doubles Quota For New Energy Vehicles
As part of ongoing efforts by Beijing to combat egregious levels of air pollution the city's municipal government has opted to double the annual quota of license plates for new energy vehicles in 2015. bmw i3 china. Beijing first introduced quotas on ...

China's Neighbors Bulk Up Militaries
MANILA—China's neighbors are moving forward with the modernization of their militaries with new fighter jets, submarines and other hardware, even as Beijing has tried to tamp down territorial tensions in the region. The military buildup is an ...

Beijing Courts Address the Right to Criticize Public Figures
In a political environment where public discourse is constrained by layers of censorship and self-censorship, Kong Qingdong, a neo-Maoist literary scholar at Peking University and an avid blogger, has long attracted attention with his vociferous ...

China defends its South China Sea activities as restrained
BEIJING — China defended its activities in the South China Sea as restrained and responsible Friday after the U.S. intelligence chief called its expansion of outposts in the region an “aggressive” effort to assert sovereignty. Chinese Foreign Ministry ...

China to blacklist officials who interfere in court cases
BEIJING (Reuters) - China will start blacklisting and punishing officials who interfere in judicial investigations and trials, state media said on Friday, as the country hastens efforts to boost the rule of law. The ruling Communist Party unveiled ...

China censorship sweep deletes more than 60000 Internet accounts
BEIJING (Reuters) - Some of China's largest Internet companies deleted more than 60,000 online accounts because their names did not conform to regulations due to take effect on Sunday, the top Internet regulator said. Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, Tencent ...

It's official (sort of): India to overtake China as fastest-growing major economy
It's official, sort of. After 20 years of breakneck growth, China is going to pass the title of the world's fastest growing big economy to India this year. New projections out of New Delhi Friday confirmed that the government expects gross domestic ...

What China's Growing Appetite for Pork Means for the Environment
China has an astounding appetite for pork. By some estimates, the country is home to 723 million hogs, about 60 percent of the world's total. As a recent article by journalist Christina Larson in Science magazine showed, those hogs are creating new and ...

NetEase Joins Rush To US, Zynga Crashes Out of China
Bottom line: NetEase's new California R&D center could become an important hub for its future global growth, while Zynga's China pull-out reflects the extreme difficulties foreign firms face in the local gaming market. Just a day after I wrote that ...

China jails ex-vice governor 17 years on graft charges
BEIJING — A former Chinese vice governor known for his appetite for jade and arts was sentenced to 17 years in prison on corruption charges on Saturday, a Chinese court said. Ni Fake, former vice governor of the eastern province of Anhui, was found ...

China military official booted from parliament in anti-graft drive
Pictures that caught our eyes or made news during the past week in India. Slideshow · Photos of the week · Scenes from a spacewalk · BRIT Awards · London Fashion Week · Escape from Mexico's gangs · » Click here for more slideshows. BEIJING (Reuters) ...

China's famed Shaolin temple plans big project in Australia
BEIJING — China's Shaolin Temple, historically known for its martial arts traditions but which recently has gained a reputation for aggressive commercialization, is planning to build a $297 million complex in Australia that would include a temple, a ...

China says refuses to give funds for 'untruthful' budget proposals
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Ministry of Finance refused to release more than 313.4 billion yuan ($51 billion) of its 2014 budget after an evaluation found certain proposals "untruthful", state media reported on Saturday. The finance ministry evaluated ...

As China Slows Down, the Philippines Moves to Grab Foreign Investment
MANILA (TheStreet) -- The Philippines, a nation long in need of industrialization, is taking steps this year pull investment away from Asia's manufacturing center: China. And some multinationals are already giving the Southeastern Asian archipelago a ...

China says to implement drug distribution reforms
BEIJING (Reuters) - China said on Saturday it would implement drug distribution reforms including centralization measures designed to cut prices and reduce corruption. The State Council, China's cabinet, said it urged drug manufacturers to negotiate ...

China Focus: "Two sessions" anticipated amid new political, economic landscape
BEIJING, Feb. 28 (Xinhua) -- Despite there being no change in government on the agenda, China's routine March meetings -- dubbed the "two sessions" -- are set to be closely watched as the country's political and economic dynamics are changing ...

What You Need to Know About China's Rate Cut
China cut interest rates on Saturday in its latest signal that it is worried about slowing economic growth. For those keeping score at home, this is the third time in four months that China has dramatically changed monetary policy to juice growth. In ...


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