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Citi Says China Going Green Will Hurt Industrial Commodities
China's demand for industrial commodities will probably be hurt as the biggest energy and metals user intensifies efforts to rein in pollution, according to Citigroup Inc. The country will focus on the environment as never before in its forthcoming ...

Controversy Brewing Around China's Oscar Submission
A producer of Jean-Jacques Annaud's "Wolf Totem," widely tipped to be China's Oscar contender, took to social media to blast director Jia Zhangke's eleventh-hour campaign for the submission. French director Jean-Jacques Annaud's period epic Wolf Totem ...

Sinosphere | Q. and A.: Louie Cheng on Chemical Contamination in Tianjin
Louie Cheng is the founding president of PureLiving China, a company based in Shanghai that specializes in improving indoor-air and water quality in one of the most polluted countries in the world. Mr. Cheng, a California native, served in the United ...

US-China Investment Treaty Talks Cause Strain Ahead of Presidential Summit
BEIJING—China is dragging its heels on a bilateral investment treaty and needs to address U.S. cybersecurity concerns that threaten to jeopardize the relationship between the world's two largest economies, a delegation of U.S. chief executives told ...

Inside China's Smart Money This Week: September 14-18
Busy readers: here is what happened inside China's smart money for the week of September 14-18: Subscribe to China Money Network weekly newsletters to get the latest on China institutional investment news. Subscribe to China Money Podcast's Youtube ...

As Iran Deal Moves Forward, Nuclear Diplomacy With China Falters
Chinese President Xi Jinping talks with U.S. President Barack Obama at the Sunnylands estate in California in 2013. (Photo: White House). Chinese President Xi Jinping will be in Washington next week and people say he's tough. One U.S. China expert ...

For China's Kardashian-like rich, the era of bling may be ending — in prison
BEIJING — In the Xi Jinping era, some of the gaudier icons of contemporary China's wealth boom — the heirs, the mistresses, the newly minted millionaires who delight and infuriate the public by showing off with gold cars, fairy-tale castles, and ...

US Hands Corruption Suspect Back to China
The U.S. government handed to China a criminal suspect long sought by Beijing, a rare move between countries that have no extradition treaty and one that comes just a week before President Xi Jinping visits Washington. Officials at U.S. Immigration and ...

China to respond firmly to any North Korea nuke test
BEIJING — If North Korea launches a rocket into space or conducts a nuclear test in the coming weeks, as observers suspect it may, China is certain to respond angrily, and perhaps with an unprecedented level of economic punishment. The question is ...

Why China's economic reforms are critical to the United States
How serious are China's economic problems, and how big an impact will they have on the United States and world economies? Beijing and Washington, separately and jointly, will determine the answers. First, both countries are essential to global growth, ...

Li: China to further expand market access for foreign investors
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (R) meets with French Finance Minister Michel Sapin in Beijing, capital of China, Sept. 18, 2015. (Xinhua/Yao Dawei). BEIJING, Sept. 18 (Xinhua) -- Premier Li Keqiang on Friday said that China will continue to expand market ...

Western media 'welcome' in China, Xi tells Murdoch
BEIJING - Chinese President Xi Jinping has told Rupert Murdoch that Western media organisations are "welcome" in China, despite the continued blocking of numerous foreign websites for their reporting on the country. "(We) welcome foreign media and ...

China Calls for Resumption of Korean Nuclear Talks
China is calling for all parties in the North Korean denuclearization talks to resume the long-stalled negotiations. Speaking at an academic forum in Beijing, Foreign Minister Wang Yi called on all sides to take a "responsible attitude" and refrain ...

US and China Seek Arms Deal for Cyberspace
WASHINGTON — The United States and China are negotiating what could become the first arms control accord for cyberspace, embracing a commitment by each country that it will not be the first to use cyberweapons to cripple the other's critical ...

Four funerals and a wedding: China's Xi mends political bridges
Xi has been involved in a number of funerals this year for ex-officials who spanned China's political spectrum. Funerals of notable figures are carefully choreographed by the party. Google +. Comments. By: Reuters | Beijing | Updated: September 20 ...

China Focus: China's new carrier rocket succeeds in 1st trip
A new model of China's carrier rocket Long March-6 carrying 20 micro-satellites blasts off from the launch pad at 7:01 a.m. from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in north China's Shanxi Province, Sept. 20, 2015. The new carrier rocket will be mainly ...

150 students ill in China after breathing in smoke at drill
BEIJING — More than 150 students fell ill in northwest China after breathing in smoke from a mock air defense evacuation drill, state media reported Sunday. Smoke was used to make Friday's drill at Yifu Experimental Middle School in Gansu province ...

Hacking, China's Maritime Claims Overshadow Xi's US Visit
BEIJING — As Chinese President Xi Jinping makes his first state visit to Washington this week, the outlook for relations is decidedly murkier than when he hosted President Barack Obama at their last summit less than a year ago. Tensions are rising ...

China's anti-graft body to supervise more central organs
BEIJING, Sept. 20 (Xinhua) -- China's top anti-graft body will set up offices in more central authority departments this year to strengthen supervision, Xinhua learned on Sunday. The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) of Communist ...

China to issue e-travel passes for Taiwanese visitors from Sept. 21
Hsia Li-yan (夏立言), head of the Mainland Affairs Council (MAC), Taiwan's main agency responsible for China policy. (CNA file photo). Taipei, Sept. 20 (CNA) China's new policy of issuing electronic travel passes to Taiwan visitors will be fully ...

Pope, China leader visits test Obama's social secretary
WASHINGTON (AP) — The diplomatic double whammy of back-to-back visits by Pope Francis and Chinese President Xi Jinping is creating some pressure-filled days for Deesha Dyer, five months into her tenure as White House social secretary. No wonder a ...

China Beige Book Says Pessimism `Thoroughly Divorced From Facts'
A tailor uses a sewing machine in his shop in Shanghai. A private survey says that China's economy isn't as weak as it may look. Photographer: Johannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Images. Don't Miss Out — Follow Bloomberg On. Facebook · Twitter · Instagram ...

China's 'Sloppy' Policy Irks Blankfein as Yellen Cites Xi Doubts
As China's President Xi Jinping heads to the U.S. for his first state visit, he confronts a wall of skepticism from global money managers and policy makers. From New York to London to Tokyo, finance luminaries have criticized Xi's administration for ...

Asia markets' key risks: China PMI, Japan inflation
As financial markets in Asia recover from the Fed's decision to keep rates unchanged, other risk events will likely serve up fresh volatility this week. China's flash Caixin purchasing managers' index (PMI) for September will be announced on Wednesday ...

Why is China Talking 'Democracy' and 'Freedom' in Schools?
Plastered on city walls and billboards in Chinese cities these days are posters depicting the words “Democracy” and “Freedom.” Not from a dissident underground, the posters are part of a government campaign. Through billboards, rhymes, pop quizzes and ...

Technology gap gives foreign firms the edge in China robot wars
DALIAN, China In a cavernous showroom on the outskirts of this port city in northeastern China, softly whirring lathes and svelte robot arms represent Dalian Machine Tools Group's (DMTG) vision of an automated future for Chinese manufacturing. On ...

China Seeks Out Unlikely Ally: US Tech Firms
Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to the U.S. starts Tuesday with meetings with tech executives in Seattle rather than government officials in Washington, but politics will still be front and center. Mr. Xi's goal, according to a number experts on U ...

British finance minister upbeat on slowing China economy
BEIJING British Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne expressed his confidence in the slowing Chinese economy on Sunday, saying the country was going through a necessary transformation and was still a driver of global growth. A string of ...

China Market Rout Doesn't Reflect Economy, Top Diplomat Says
China's stock market rout isn't a reflection of the health of the world's second-largest economy, and efforts to stem a $5 trillion slide in equities fall within the “boundaries of reasonableness,” the nation's top diplomat said in an interview. The ...

China May Require Hailing Apps to Register Business Vehicles
China is considering regulations that would force ride-booking apps such as Uber and Didi Kuaidi to use commercially registered cars and drivers, and would allow city governments to limit permits for those services, according to people familiar with ...


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