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China Tightens Oversight of Private Car-Hailing Services
SHANGHAI—China plans to tighten oversight of online private-car-hailing services, a market in which Uber Technologies Inc. and its Chinese rivals plan to spend billions of dollars to generate potential growth. If strictly enforced, the rules could ...

HK's leaders doomed to fail without reforms, says pro-China lawmaker
HONG KONG A leading pro-Beijing politician in Hong Kong said future leaders of the global financial hub face a grim prospect unless lawmakers and Beijing end their impasse over political reform. Lawmakers in the Chinese-controlled city recently vetoed ...

Son of Rights Lawyer Missing in Myanmar After Escaping China
The 16-year-old son of a rights lawyer detained in China's sweeping crackdown on civil society has disappeared in Myanmar after trying to escape to the United States, a rights campaigner involved in the plan said Sunday. Bao Zhuoxuan, also known as Bao ...

Beijing's Market Rescue Leaves China Stocks Stuck in the Doldrums
Six weeks after the Chinese stock market hit a floor following a sustained selloff, Beijing can claim credit for halting the decline—but not much else. The Chinese government, which some analysts estimate has spent hundreds of billions of yuan buying ...

China's forestry tourism booms
WUHAN, Oct. 11 (Xinhua)-- China's forestry tourism has seen rapid growth with huge potential in the future, said a senior forestry official on Saturday. The comprehensive output value of the country's forestry tourism reached 650 billion yuan (103 ...

China Changes Oscars Entry as 'Wolf Totem' Fails Eligibility
China has made a last-minute change to its submission for next year's Oscars because its Sino-French hopeful "Wolf Totem" failed to have enough Chinese among its creative staff to be eligible, state media reported Sunday. China Film News, a newspaper ...

How Traveling In China Went From Adventure To Ordeal
Tourists cram onto the Great Wall in Beijing, China, on Oct. 2, the second day of the National Day holidays. Xing Guangli Xinhua/Landov. More than 50,000 tourists jammed the narrow mountain valley of Jiuzhaigou on a day in August. VIEW SLIDESHOW 2 of ...

US Patrols to Test China's Pledge on South China Sea Islands
WASHINGTON—The U.S. determination to challenge China with patrols near Chinese-built islands in the South China Sea will test Xi Jinping's recent pledge that Beijing doesn't intend to “militarize” the islands, an announcement that took U.S. officials ...

China Rate Swaps Decline to One-Month Low on Easing Speculation
China's interest-rate swaps fell to a one-month low before data forecast to show an economic slowdown is deepening, prompting speculation there will be more monetary easing. Imports and exports dropped more in September than they did in the previous ...

China shares surge on fresh stimulus plans from Beijing
Chinese markets rallied Monday after the central bank announced fresh stimulus to boost the economy, and expectations build that more could be on the way. The Shanghai Composite Index SHCOMP, +3.28% closed up 3.3% while Chinese firms in Hong ...

Venture capitalists eye startups in China
BEIJING, Oct. 12 (Xinhua) -- Venture capitals from America's Silicon Valley have seen opportunities to cash in on the lucrative startup market in China. "Western analysts are less bullish about the Chinese economy. But if you ask most smart investors, ...

China foreign minister says supports Syrian sovereignty
BEIJING China supports Syria in safeguarding its sovereignty and territorial integrity and opposes "easy interference" in other countries' internal affairs, the foreign minister said on Monday while meeting a top aide to Syria's president. Russia last ...

China's top diplomat to visit Japan amid new spy report
BEIJING China's top diplomat will visit Japan this week for high-level political talks, the foreign ministry said on Monday, amid reports that China has detained two more Japanese nationals for spying. State Councillor Yang Jiechi, who outranks the ...

Ford plans $1.8 billion expansion of China research and development
BEIJING — Ford Motor Co. is investing $1.8 billion to develop technologies aimed at attracting Chinese car buyers, underlining China's importance to automakers despite slowing sales growth. The American automaker said Monday it will expand its ...

China, Hong Kong stocks fall as Beijing releases mixed Sept trade data
... * CSI300 -0.4 pct; SSEC -0.3 pct; HSI -0.5 pct. * China exports fall 3.7 pct y/y in Sept, imports slump. * Investor confidence improves sharply in Sept - survey. SHANGHAI, Oct 13 (Reuters) - China and Hong Kong stocks retreated Tuesday morning on ...

China to put growth before reform ambitions amid slowdown fear
... * China leaders will discuss new 5-Year plan at party plenum. * China eyes around 7 pct annual average growth in 2016-20. * Slowdown fears stoke internal calls for lowering growth goal. * Beijing may need stimulus to safeguard growth target ...

The Implosion of Beijing's Taiwan Strategy
TAIPEI—No matter how desperately China hankers for unification with Taiwan, a strong conviction that time is on its side has long trumped its temptation to use bullying tactics to force the outcome. Eventually, the Chinese thinking goes, the Taiwanese ...

History with China could lift Clinton
BEIJING - With President Xi Jinping readying for a landmark speech at a U.N. conference last month, Hillary Rodham Clinton pretty much grabbed the mic. In a message to her 4.4 million Twitter followers, the presidential hopeful called out the Chinese ...

China opens bribery trial of ally to disgraced security chief
BEIJING The corruption trial of a former senior Chinese official allied with the country's once powerful but disgraced security chief Zhou Yongkang began on Tuesday, state media said, the latest case in an ongoing anti-graft campaign. President Xi ...

Japan may halt funds for UNESCO over Nanjing row with China
TOKYO Japan may halt funding for UNESCO over the U.N. heritage body's decision to include documents relating to the 1937 Nanjing Massacre, its top spokesman said, prompting a sharp retort from China, which called the threat "shocking and ...

Blast rocks Chinese port 2 months after fatal explosions
Smoke rises from a blast site at Xiditou Village in the Beichen District of Tianjin, north China, Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2015. A blast hit a warehouse for alcohol materials in the city Monday night and started a fire. Two months after massive explosions ...

Tuesday -- China's 20.4 Percent Import Collapse Has Us Testing S&P 2000 Again
That's in Dollar terms, you'll hear it's "just" 17.7% in declining Yuan but that's the same BS people fall for when looking at Japan numbers, where the 16% decline in the Yen makes all their numbers seem not quite as awful as they actually are ...

Why China picture may improve: Goldman strategist
Market watchers lamented weak Chinese import data Tuesday, but China's prospects may yet improve in the fourth quarter, said Timothy Moe, chief Asia-Pacific equity strategist at Goldman Sachs. Moe sees better economic data bolstering Chinese stocks in ...

China Said to Loosen Rules on Issuance of Corporate Bonds
China is easing bond market rules as it tries to channel money to cash-strapped companies amid the slowest economic growth in a quarter century, people with knowledge of the matter said. National Development and Reform Commission, one of the ...

'Hunting' for China at the Democratic debate
Jim Webb wanted to talk China. The rest of the candidates? Not so much. In a Democratic presidential debate that focused primarily on domestic issues, China warranted just a handful of mentions —mostly from Virginia Senator Jim Webb. Webb mentioned ...

Global stocks extend losses as China concerns persist
A man is reflected on an electronic stock indicator of a securities firm... (Shizuo Kambayashi/AP). « 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; ». SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Global stock markets extended losses Wednesday as lower Chinese inflation added to data suggesting ...

China arrests South Koreans for luring Chinese to casinos
BEIJING Chinese police have arrested 13 South Korean casino managers and several Chinese agents suspected of luring people from China to gamble in South Korea, state television reported. China's citizens, among the world's most prolific gamblers, often ...

Survivors tell the camera the hidden tale of China's Great Famine
When Li Yaqin was 16, she ate what her family could scavenge: dandelion leaves, alfalfa, rice sprouts, corn husks ground and pressed into cakes. As her college-age granddaughter quietly captured her on digital camera, the 73-year-old told of watching ...

Sinosphere | In China's State News Media, What Is Said May Not Be What's Printed
An Australian journalist was misquoted as saying the people of Tibet had a “wonderful life.” A popular American writer was incorrectly listed as the author of an op-ed parroting Communist Party talking points. China's state news media is known to go to ...

China says not planning to send military ships to Syria
BEIJING China said on Wednesday it had no plans to send military ships to Syria to fight with Russian forces after reports in overseas media that it was planning to do so. Chinese media has picked up Russian and Middle Eastern news reports that China ...


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