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China Stocks Rally to Six-Week High on Rate Cut Bets, SOE Reform
(Bloomberg) -- China's stocks rose, sending the benchmark index to a six-week high, as credit growth topped estimates and investors speculated the government will accelerate reforms of state-owned companies. China Construction Bank Corp. and Bank of ...

As China Sneezes, is Asia Catching a Cold?
A truck driver walks past a shipping container being moved at the Yangshan Deep Water Port, part of China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone's Yangshan free trade port area, in Shanghai, China. Tomohiro Ohsumi/Bloomberg ...

China's Economic Evolution Causes Small Town Upheaval
This city in China's northern coal country hardly looks like it is in trouble. After three decades fueling China's industrial boom, its wide, tree-lined avenues are filled with late model cars. Markets are crowded with people. That activity masks ...

Two jailed in China for selling military secrets
DALIAN , China, March 11 (UPI) -- Two men in China have been sentenced to prison for selling photographs of military projects and equipment, including hundreds of photos of China's first aircraft carrier. The men, identified only as Han and Zheng ...

China Sees Increase in Terrorism Cases
BEIJING—. China's top judge says the country saw a double-digit increase in the number of terrorism and separatism cases last year, and that more than 700 individuals were convicted. In an annual report to the National People's Congress, Zhou Qiang ...

China's biggest public political event _ is it relevant?
BEIJING — It's China's biggest public political event of the year, but with little in the way of debate to report, local media have resorted to issuing photo galleries of attractive journalists or delegates who dance ballet to relieve their fatigue ...

In China, Only Leaders Are Allowed To Battle Corruption
TIANMU VILLAGE, Tianjin, China -- Since his rise to power, Chinese President Xi Jinping has waged a sweeping anti-corruption campaign that has targeted both decadent high officials and small-time tyrants -- in his words, both “ tigers and flies.” For ...

US Students Losing Interest in China as Dream Jobs Prove Elusive
SHANGHAI—. American students are getting cold feet about studying Chinese in China, with many study abroad programs in the country seeing a substantial drop in enrollment over the last few years. At the University of California Education Abroad ...

At China Meeting, Karaoke Goes Quiet as Austerity Takes Over
BEIJING—Not long ago, a clear sign that China's politicians were in a late-night session was the warbling sound of karaoke notes. But as President Xi Jinping steps up his national campaign against waste and graft, the mood of the biggest annual ...

Taiwan Rebuffs China's Suggestion of Joint World War II Commemoration
TAIPEI—. Taiwan has declined China's pitch for joint participation in activities to mark the 70th anniversary of World War II's final year. Japan was forced to withdraw from both territories in 1945. But today China and Taiwan are separately ruled ...

MSCI faces opposition to China inclusion in key index -sources
HONG KONG, March 13 (Reuters) - Leading global fund managers say China must make bolder market reforms before Chinese-listed shares can be included in key MSCI emerging market benchmark indexes. Anticipation that MSCI would push ahead with ...

China's Growing Middle Class Chafes Against Red Tape
BEIJING — A rambunctious girl with a fondness for drawing and robots, Jessica Cherry looks like a typical 5-year-old. But in the eyes of the Chinese government she is invisible. Though her Scottish father obtained a British passport for the child, the ...

China to hold "open trial" for felled domestic security tsar
A newspaper with a picture of China's then Politburo Standing Committee Member Zhou Yongkang is seen at a newsstand in Hong Kong July 30, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Bobby Yip/Files. Related Topics. World » · PICTURE GALLERY · A member of the ground ...

UPDATE 2-World Bank chief says welcomes China-backed development bank
(Adds Xinhua commentary). TOKYO, March 13 (Reuters) - The president of the World Bank said on Friday he welcomed the setting up of the China-backed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), a day after Britain became the first Western nation to ...

China's Carbon Emissions Drop for the First Time Since 2001
Steam rises from chimneys at the Junliangcheng power station in Tianjin, China. In the battle to rein in pollution, China has cut its dependence on coal. Photographer: Tomohiro Ohsumi/Bloomberg ...

China puts tech bill that concerns West on hold: US official
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - China has put a hold on a draft counter-terrorism law that would require technology firms to hand over sensitive information to government officials, a senior U.S. official said in a good sign for Western businesses who saw the ...

British Leader Diverges From US on China Policy and Military Spending
LONDON — The “special relationship” with Britain has been a cornerstone of American policy for generations, but in a tough election campaign, David Cameron, Britain's Conservative prime minister, has distanced himself from the United States on two ...

Martial arts star Chan to record song for Beijing's 2022 bid
Hong Kong actor Jackie Chan poses on the red carpet during the 33rd Hong Kong Film Awards April 13, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Tyrone Siu/Files. PICTURE GALLERY · A member of the ground staff holds a wind protector pipe of the "Solar Impulse · India this ...

Australia PM says to decide on China-backed bank membership soon
SYDNEY, March 14 (Reuters) - Australia expects to make a decision within weeks on whether it will seek to join the China-backed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Saturday. Australia's decision on whether to ...

Revamped environmental law raises hope for cleanup in China
In this March 6, 2015 photo, residents wear masks for protection during a polluted day in Beijing. Since China launched a sweeping legal reform in January that toughens environmental penalties and allows more groups to sue polluters, Chinese have been ...

Here We Go Again: Bashing China for Votes
Former Governor of Arkansas Mike Huckabee speaks at the Iowa Agriculture Summit in Des Moines, Iowa March 7, 2015. Jim Young/Reuters. Filed Under: Opinion, China. Some things are an inevitable part of every election season. Without a doubt, every ...

China scrambles jets after deadly Burma bomb attack
BEIJING — China scrambled fighter jets Saturday to patrol its southwestern border with Burma a day after a bomb dropped by a Burmese warplane killed four Chinese farmers and injured nine others, state media reported. Authorities in Burma blamed the ...

China threatens 'decisive' response after Myanmar bombing
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's military will take "decisive" measures if there is a repeat attack by Myanmar forces on its territory, a senior military officer said after a bomb from a Myanmar aircraft killed four people. Myanmar government forces have ...

Premier says China's economy faces 'multiple risks'
China's premier on Sunday offered a sobering assessment of the world's second-largest economy amid fears of a sustained slowdown but brushed aside concern that it could face a full-blown economic crisis. "I don't deny that the Chinese economy is facing ...

China's Li: Meeting Growth Target Won't be Easy
BEIJING—China's premier warned on Sunday that the world's No. 2 economy faces “considerable” downward pressure and said that Beijing has the tools to spur growth if the slowdown hits employment. At his annual news conference, Premier Li Keqiang ...

Merkel to open IT fair with China showcasing tech's shift east
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Sunday opens a major IT business fair where official partner China will showcase its rise as a high-tech power. Merkel -- who has visited China seven times in a decade -- will meet Vice Premier Ma Kai as more than 600 ...

China tests planned flight route near Taiwan
China on Sunday tested a proposed new flight route in the Taiwan Strait in a plan that had sparked a fierce backlash from the island over security concerns, officials said. Beijing has insisted the new route and three others that had all been scheduled ...

China's Richest Billionaire Voices Concern Over Anti-Corruption Campaign
As China's anti-corruption campaign rages on, the country's richest man appears to be troubled by its impact on business operations. At the annual gathering of China's top legislative body and political advisory group, Li Hejun, Chairman of Hanergy ...

China sees fewer road accidents in Spring Festival rush
BEIJING, March 15 (Xinhua) -- China's Ministry of Public Security has reported fewer road accidents and consequent fatalities during the 2015 Spring Festival peak period that officially ended Sunday. It is estimated that some 2.8 billion trips were ...

China investigates auto executive Yunnan official for graft
BEIJING, March 15 (Reuters) - The chairman of one of China's top state-owned automakers and a senior provincial official are being investigated for "violating party discipline", the Communist Party said on Sunday, employing its usual euphemism for ...


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