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Where China Is Headed
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Signs of a Growing Hush in China's Economy
HONG KONG — As China's stock market tumbled over the last month, some wealthy apartment owners began trying to sell. Shopping malls became quieter. And customers at automobile dealerships across the country asked to defer delivery and payment for ...

The Great Fall of China and Its Stocks
Furious manipulation by Beijing helps pump up the nation's stock markets, but how long will these maneuvers boost share prices? Also, it's now Grimbo for Greece, and Yellen gets ready to testify. Email; Print; 0 Comments; Order Reprints. Facebook ...

Typhoon Chan-hom lashing China's eastern seaboard
HONG KONG — Severe Typhoon Chan-hom is lashing two of the busiest container ports in the world, making landfall at Ningbo and moving up the coast to Shanghai. Both ports are in lockdown mode as the the worst typhoon to hit the city in more than 60 ...

China lawyers detained in nationwide sweep
Dozens of Chinese lawyers including some of the country's more prominent “rights defenders” have been detained or questioned over the past few days in a nationwide sweep unprecedented for its coordinated timing. The crackdown on lawyers follows ...

Typhoon Chan-hom slams eastern China's Zhoushan city
People watch sea waves at Shitang Town on July 10, 2015 in Wenling, Zhejiang Province of China. (CNN) — A powerful Typhoon Chan-hom slammed into the Chinese island city of Zhoushan on Saturday afternoon (July 11), bringing heavy rain and strong ...

China Fences In Its Nomads, and an Ancient Life Withers
MADOI, China — If modern material comforts are the measure of success, then Gere, a 59-year-old former yak-and-sheep herder in China's western Qinghai Province, should be a happy man. In the two years since the Chinese government forced him to sell ...

Beijing city gov't to move partly to the suburbs in plan to integrate capital ...
Beijing city gov't to move partly to the suburbs in plan to integrate capital ...

Don't Believe The Rebound Headlines Concerning China
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CHINA
A typhoon pounded China's coast south of Shanghai on Saturday with strong winds and heavy rain, submerging roads, felling trees, and forcing the evacuation of 1.1 million people. Typhoon Chan-hom slammed ashore with winds of up to 100 m.p.h. near ...

Explosion at fireworks warehouse in China kills at least 3
BEIJING — A warehouse containing fireworks exploded in northern China on Sunday, killing at least three people and injuring more than a dozen others, state media reported. The morning explosion happened in Ningjin county in Hebei province, which ...

Numbers don't lie: The truth about China's crash
Chinese stocks have fallen dramatically over the past four months, a slow-motion crash that has stoked concern about the Chinese economy and the potential for financial contagion. Yet a look under the hood of the Chinese rally shows that the move can ...

China: Uighurs Deported From Thailand Wanted to Join Jihad
BEIJING — China's government has alleged that more than 100 minority Muslim Uighurs who were sent back by Thailand after fleeing China were on their way to fight in the Middle East and that some were implicated in terrorist activities at home ...

China Says Top Judge Under Investigation for Corruption
BEIJING, CHINA—. A judge on China's highest court has come under investigation for corruption, becoming one of the most senior judicial officials to be swept up by the country's anti-graft dragnet. Xi Xiaoming, vice president of the Supreme People's ...

China's Jinxin Wang wins at table tennis, and at love
LAS VEGAS — First, Jinxin Wang of China won a title. Then he won over his girlfriend. Wang upset four-time Olympian Adrian Crisan of Romania in the men's final at the U.S. Open table tennis championships Saturday. Wang rallied past Crisan, a 2012 ...

The True Danger of China's Crash
WASHINGTON -- China's spectacular stock crash poses three questions. First, what caused it? Next, will it harm the "real" economy of spending and hiring, inside China and beyond? And, finally, how will it affect China's Communist Party and its economic ...

China's Guangdong to allocate 408 million carbon permits this year
BEIJING China's biggest carbon market in Guangdong province will allocate 408 million carbon permits to firms to help them comply with emission targets set for the trading year ending in June 2016, the same amount as the previous year. A total of 186 ...

China playing dangerous stock market game: Summers
Comparing the Greece debt drama and the recent meltdown in the Chinese stock market, the situation in China represents a "greater source of financial risk to the world," former Clinton Treasury Secretary Larry Summers said Monday. "I thought the ...

America and China Face the 21st Century: Replace Confrontation with ...
America and China Face the 21st Century: Replace Confrontation with ...

With a Greek Deal Nearly Done, Is China the Next Threat?
After a relatively calm start to the summer, U.S. investors were hit with a one-two punch from growing worries over the stability of stock markets and economies half a world away. A deal struck in the wee hours of Monday morning between Greece and its ...

Tsinghua Unigroup Said to Plan $23 Billion Offer for Micron
Tsinghua Unigroup Ltd. plans to offer $23 billion for chipmaker Micron Technology Inc., a person familiar with the matter said, in a deal that would be the largest takeover of a foreign firm by a Chinese company. Micron surged in Frankfurt trading ...

China May Tip World Into Recession, Morgan Stanley's Sharma Says
Forget about all the shoes, toys and other exports. China may soon have another thing to offer the world: a recession. That is the prediction from Ruchir Sharma, head of emerging markets at Morgan Stanley Investment Management, who says a continuation ...

China Singyes Short Bets Rise as Rooftop-Solar Market Stagnates
China Singyes Solar Technologies Holding Ltd. saw short interest rise to a record 16.39 percent of free float on July 10 amid concerns that China isn't developing the rooftop-solar market as quickly as planned. Short interest in Singyes, which provides ...

Industrial Metals Drop as China Growth May Be Slowest Since '09
Nickel led industrial metals lower before data on Wednesday that may show China's economy expanded at the weakest pace since 2009. The economy of the world's biggest consumer of industrial metals grew 6.8 percent in the second quarter, less than the 7 ...

China shares slip even as small caps rebound; Hong Kong down
... * CSI300 -0.9 pct; SSEC -0.3 pct; HSI -0.6 pct. * Banking stocks fall despite better-than-expected lending data. * Hundsun surges amid investigation by regulators. SHANGHAI, July 14 (Reuters) - China's main indexes eased early on Tuesday hit by ...

China Dodging Trade Barriers With Overseas Solar Plants
An employee inspects solar cells moving along the production line at the Trina Solar Ltd. factory in Changzhou, Jiangsu Province, China. Photographer: Tomohiro Ohsumi/Bloomberg. Don't Miss Out — Follow Bloomberg On. Facebook · Twitter · Instagram ...

Anti-Chinese Protests in Turkey: Relations with China Under Test
China and Turkey had high hopes when Prime Minister Wen Jiabao on a 2010 visit to Ankara negotiated a strategic partnership that envisioned Turkey helping China quell a simmering insurgency in its north-western autonomous region of Xinjiang. The deal ...

China Says Detained Tourists Were Watching Terrorist Propaganda
BEIJING — A group of foreign tourists, including a veteran anti-apartheid activist from South Africa, have been held in a northern Chinese jail since last Friday after the police accused them of watching “terrorist propaganda videos” in their hotel ...

Is China cooking its books?
In 2007, Li Keqiang, a Chinese provincial official, let the American ambassador in on a little secret: China's GDP figures are "man-made" and therefore "unreliable." He told the ambassador that most of the country's economic data, and especially its ...

Experts Question China's Economic Policy
BEIJING—. China reported Wednesday that its economy grew at a steady seven percent in the second quarter, which is better than most outside analysts had expected, but in line with the government's target for 2015. Last year's China's 7.4 percent ...


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