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China July property investment slows further, sales improve
BEIJING China's real estate investment growth continued to slow in the first seven months of 2015 due to weak new construction, but property sales and housing investment improved, indicating a mixed recovery in the struggling property market. Property ...

China devalues its currency: What you need to know
Hong Kong (CNN) China's currency has fallen 3.5% against the dollar in the past two days, setting the currency up for its largest two-day decline in decades. On Tuesday, the People's Bank of China surprised markets by executing a one-time 2 ...

Tesla to build more charging posts along China's eastern shore
TIANJIN, Aug. 12 (Xinhua) -- U.S. electric car maker Tesla said Wednesday that it will build additional charging posts along China's eastern coast this year to increase drivers' access to charging facilities. Tesla didn't disclose the exact number of ...

China Devalues the Yuan: Who Wins And Loses?
Who will benefit after the Chinese government devalued the yuan this week? WSJ's Rick Carew looks at a few companies and groups that stand to benefit or be hurt by China's surprise move. Photo: Reuters. Transcript +. This transcript has been ...

Opinion: Why China may be on the brink of recession
China's economic juggernaut has been the force driving the world's economy forward, from the oil fields of North Dakota to the condo markets of Sydney and Miami. So Beijing's surprise move to slash the price of its currency against the U.S. dollar DXY, ...

Britain's Hammond in China for Security, Climate Talks
British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said Wednesday that an international agreement to limit Iran's nuclear program could give impetus to efforts aimed at curbing North Korea's nuclear weapons program. Hammond, who is in Beijing for talks on ...

China to compensate veterans of anti-Japan war
Compensation is to be distributed to 50,000 veterans ahead of a Victory Day parade on Sept. 3 in Beijing. By Elizabeth Shim | Aug. 12, 2015 at 11:23 AM. Comments 0 Comments. share with facebook. share with twitter. Young Chinese soldiers walk past a ...

China Dreams of Blue-Water Navy in Recruitment Video
China's navy sails the ocean blue, and its saucy ships are beauties. Their sailors are sober men and true, and attentive to their duty. That's the steely image the Chinese navy is projecting in its latest clarion call for recruits—a slick video laying ...

In China, you might need to prove something self-evident—like you're alive ...
In China, you might need to prove something self-evident—like you're alive ...

What are chances of China collapse, global crash?
Specialist Michael McDonnell, right, works at his post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015. Another drop in China's currency sent global markets mostly lower on Wednesday as the move raised worries about the world's ...

Europe trades higher; Greek bailout progress, China eyed
European equities are expected to open higher Thursday as investors keep an eye on developments in China on the yuan and the progress being made on Greece's third bailout program. The London FTSE index is expected to open 29 points higher at 6,600, ...

As China Blast Toll Rises to 44, Fears Mount Over Chemical Contamination
An environmental expert says evacuation of the area around Wednesday's mammoth warehouse blast in the Chinese port city of Tianjin is the “main priority,” and warned of the explosion's long term consequences. His words came as the death toll continued ...

As yuan falls, China's rich seek safe havens offshore
SHANGHAI/HONG KONG For many in the ranks of China's wealthy, the shock devaluation in the yuan is a cause of regret - that they hadn't moved more money offshore sooner. Now many are scrambling to shift cash out of the country, fearful that Tuesday's 2 ...

China's Tianjin Explosion: Americans Describe Moment Blasts Hit
TIANJIN, China — A strong breeze blew through an open window of Florida native Drew Chovanc's home in Tianjin, China, as he watched a movie with his girlfriend Wednesday night. They didn't know it, but it was the first warning that powerful blasts had ...

Beijing police: Man fatally stabs woman, injures French man
A passerby takes a selfie near the spot where a woman was stabbed to death in Beijing, Thursday, Aug. 13, 2015. A man slashed a woman to death and injured her French companion in one of Beijing's busiest shopping districts in broad daylight Thursday, ...

China's Billionaires Find Status Elusive as Yuan Adds to Woes
Billionaires from the country, who rank among the 400 wealthiest people on earth, lost close to $100 billion in July following a crash in the Chinese market, before stocks staged a mini rally, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Now the Chinese ...

COLUMN-EM will suffer no matter how China plays out: James Saft
(James Saft is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own). By James Saft. Aug 13 (Reuters) - Almost however China chooses to play its management of the yuan, emerging markets are going to feel negative fallout. The yuan slid for a third ...

Is China Manipulating Its Currency Again?
It allowed the yuan to drop dramatically. Here's what its government is really up to. By Jordan Weissmann. Hkg10201491 A teller counts yuan banknotes in a bank in Lianyungang, China, on Aug. 11, 2015. China's central bank devalued its currency by ...

China bans 120 pop songs that refer to 'Fart' and 'immoral' behavior
China's Ministry of Culture issued the blacklist of 120 songs on Monday because many carried what authorities deemed offensive titles. UPI/Stephen Shaver. | License Photo. BEIJING, Aug. 13 (UPI) -- Songs that refer to flatulence and Taiwanese girls ...

Study Links Polluted Air in China to 1.6 Million Deaths a Year
BEIJING — Outdoor air pollution contributes to the deaths of an estimated 1.6 million people in China every year, or about 4,400 people a day, according to a newly released scientific paper. The paper maps the geographic sources of China's toxic air ...

US growers worry over China's economy
California's growers are casting a wary eye toward China, their third-biggest trading partner, because the devaluation of its currency is expected to make pistachios, almonds and other farm products more expensive. Immediate effects are expected to be ...

Inside China's Smart Money This Week: August 10-14
... - Government-backed Shenzhen Capital Group Co., Ltd. has teamed up the Beijing Film Academy to launch a film and TV investment fund with a fundraising target of RMB5 billion (US$781 million). - Taopei-based Yuanta Financial Holding Co. has agreed ...

'Cloud Gate'-Gate: Artist Refutes Chicago Mayor over China Art
“Cloud Gate”-gate thickens. Indian-British artist Anish Kapoor says he is “astonished” by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's comments dismissing a work of art in far-western China that closely resembles his iconic Cloud Gate sculpture in the Windy City's ...

On The Scene: Tianjin, China
TIANJIN, CHINA —. Fires are still burning in China's northern port city, where massive blasts flattened entire city blocks, and for many residents the biggest worry is what is in the smoke plumes drifting over the city. The government has tried to ...

Fear factor: Why China scares investors
Everyone has scary dreams. Lately Wall Street's nightmares always seem to involve chaos in China. More than plunging oil prices, the strong U.S. dollar, turmoil in Greece or a Federal Reserve rate hike, investors remain preoccupied with China -- and ...

China's Devaluation Has Nothing To Do With Free Market Forces
China's President Xi Jinping is shown on film during Beijing's 2022 Winter Games presentation at the 128th International Olympic Committee Session in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 31. Until China frees its currency, its economy and its people, the ...

China says Japan should apologize for military aggression sincerely
HONG KONG China said on Friday that Japan should apologize sincerely to countries that suffered during its military aggression, responding to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's comments commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War ...

Beijing Doesn't Have a Population Problem. It Has an Urban Planning Problem.
The Beijing city government has taken several steps lately to rein in its population growth, a problem authorities blame for foul air, worsening traffic, and other woes. Advertisement. However, academics said much of the government's argument for the ...

IMF: China Is Managing Transition to More Stable Growth
The International Monetary Fund delivered a reassuring economic assessment of China on Friday, at the end of a week that saw the Chinese currency plummet and global stock markets buckle at the prospect of more bad news from the world's second-biggest ...

Fresh Evacuation Ordered Near Tianjin Explosion Site
Chinese authorities have ordered an immediate evacuation near the site of the massive fire and explosion that devastated an industrial neighborhood in the northeastern city of Tianjin, according to a state-run newspaper. The Beijing News on Saturday ...


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