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China To Mass Produce Ebola Vaccine Developed By Chinese Military Scientists
Health warnings about the Ebola virus are displayed at the entrance of the Canton Fair in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, China, Oct. 26, 2014. A privately-held Chinese firm plans to mass produce a vaccine against the deadly virus developed by a team of ...

China's Tianjin to Relocate Chemicals Firms after Blasts
October 14, 2015 8:40 AM. BEIJING—. Hazardous chemical companies in the Chinese port city of Tianjin will be moved to an industrial zone far from the site of deadly warehouse explosions in August in the city's development area, state media reported on ...

China Phone Carriers Put $36 Billion of Assets Into New Firm
China reorganized its wireless industry Wednesday by injecting 231.4 billion yuan ($36 billion) of network assets such as base stations into a new company controlled by the nation's carriers. China Tower Corp. will be 38 percent owned by market leader ...

China, Hong Kong stocks advance on stimulus hopes
... * CSI300 +1.4 pct; SSEC +1.4 pct; HSI +2.2 pct. * gov stimulus hopes rise ahead of Beijing's key economic meeting. * NDRC says inflation will remain mild in coming months. SHANGHAI, Oct 15 (Reuters) - China and Hong Kong stocks rose sharply on ...

China slaps one-year ban on imports of African ivory hunting trophies
BEIJING China slapped a one-year ban on African ivory hunting trophy imports, the state forestry authority said on Thursday ahead of a trip by President Xi Jinping to Britain, where members of the royal family have urged China to crack down on the ...

China approves 218 projects worth $285 billion in January-September
BEIJING China's economic planner said it approved 218 fixed-asset projects worth 1.81 trillion yuan ($285.3 billion) in the first nine months of the year, as Beijing looks to drive infrastructure investment to support slowing economic growth. The ...

Ancient teeth found in China challenge modern human migration theory
(CNN) Scientists in southern China have discovered human teeth dating back at least 80,000 years -- 20,000 years earlier than modern humans were previously believed to have left Africa to migrate around the world. The 47 teeth were found in a cave in ...

China Phone Carriers Rally After $36 Billion Revamp Unveiled
China Mobile Ltd. rose the most in more than three weeks after the nation's wireless carriers reorganized the industry by merging $36 billion of network assets. The world's biggest carrier by subscribers jumped 2.7 percent to HK$93.70 in Hong Kong, the ...

China overtakes US in number of billionaires - report
BEIJING China has overtaken the United States as the country with the most billionaires, according to a survey released on Thursday, despite a slowdown in growth in the world's second-largest economy. The number of U.S. dollar billionaries in mainland ...

China charges second former head of regional lender with graft
BEIJING A former head of a local lender in China's northern region of Inner Mongolia will be prosecuted for suspected corruption, the state prosecutor said on Thursday, following in the footsteps of another former head of the same bank. Yao Yongping ...

Sinosphere | American Publishers Take a Stand Against Censorship in China
Protesters at a rally against Chinese censorship in front of the New York Public Library ahead of a BookExpo America event in May. A large delegation of publishers from China attended the trade gathering as guests of honor.Credit Sam Hodgson for The ...

China Visa Policy Changes Impact: Boeing Sees Big Uptick In International ...
China Visa Policy Changes Impact: Boeing Sees Big Uptick In International ...

A remote corner of China wants access to the sea. The obstacle is North Korea.
CHINA'S BACK YARD | This is part of an occasional series examining China's efforts to win friends and clients in Asia and to assert a more dominant role across the continent. Parts of Russia, China and North Korea are seen from a tower in Fangchuan, ...

China Stocks Cap Best Week Since June on SOE Reform Speculation
China's stocks rose to an eight-week high as traders speculated the government will accelerate reforms of state-owned companies and data showed the nation's broadest measure of new credit exceeded estimates. The Shanghai Composite Index climbed 1.6 ...

China Swoons Over Xi's Imminent Royal Treatment on U.K. Visit
China's press is in a swoon over the royal honors to be accorded President Xi Jinping and his wife on their state visit to the U.K. next week. China Daily, the country's official English-language newspaper, has devoted a front-page story that ...

China to prosecute former work safety chief for graft
BEIJING The former head of China's work safety regulator, sacked after blasts that killed more than 160 people in August, will be prosecuted for suspected corruption, the ruling Communist Party's anti-graft watchdog said on Friday. Another former ...

China, Domestic Companies to Build Indonesia High-Speed Rail
Officials from China and a domestic consortium signed an agreement Friday to build the first high-speed rail line in Indonesia after Japan lost in the bidding late last month. The estimated $5.5 billion high-profile railway deal signed by China Railway ...

Russia Agrees to Build Pakistan Gas Line to Tap China Funds
Russia agreed to build and possibly run a planned natural gas link in Pakistan as President Vladimir Putin seeks to bolster the country's influence in the Middle East and Asia. The countries signed an intergovernmental agreement for a pipeline that ...

US Tells China It Isn't Following Its Own Laws in Detentions
A U.S. assistant secretary of state said Friday he told Chinese officials they weren't following their own laws in detaining lawyers and others in a wide-ranging crackdown on human rights defenders. Tom Malinowski, assistant secretary of state for ...

This is where China's future will be decided.
LANZHOU, China — The first thing you notice is the dust. It starts as a tingle in the eye, and then it migrates south. You masticate it, radiate it, marinate in it. The air is so packed with it that a water truck has to spray the streets just so ...

Chinese authorities deny passport to son of human rights lawyer
Activists with the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China and China Human Rights Lawyers Concern Group demand the release of detained Chinese human rights activists and lawyers during a protest outside the China ...

China Hosts ASEAN Meeting Amid South China Sea Tensions
China hosted Southeast Asian defense ministers on Friday in an effort to burnish its reputation in a region wary of its territorial ambitions, while expectations grow that the U.S. might directly challenge Chinese claims in the South China Sea. The ...

One of America's premier research institutions was hacked—and the signs point ...
One of America's premier research institutions was hacked—and the signs point ...

Be Tough, Not Stupid, In Dealing with China
Whenever China is mentioned in a presidential campaign, the consequences are rarely good. In 2012 residents of Ohio, where anti-Beijing ads proliferated, might have believed that the campaign hinged on which candidate was tougher on China. Next year ...

Bellabox Gives China A Taste Of Australian Beauty
The reputation of Australian brands is widespread in China and many companies are benefiting. Australia is synonymous with authentic, quality, natural and safe. Last month, Australian vitamin company Swisse was fully acquired by China's Biostime for ...

China's participation in Arctic affairs on basis of respect, cooperation: FM
Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Ming delivers a speech at the inauguration of a photo exhibition named "China and the Arctic" on the sidelines of the Arctic Circle Assembly in ReykJavik, capital of Iceland, Oct. 16, 2015. The three-day Arctic ...

China puts new communication satellite into orbit for HK company
BEIJING, Oct. 17 (Xinhua) -- China on early Saturday morning put a new communication satellite "APSTAR-9" into orbit in a commercial mission by the Long March-3B carrier rocket from the southwestern Xichang Satellite Launch Center. Monitoring data ...

China Re Said Poised to Raise $2 Billion From Hong Kong IPO
China Reinsurance Group Corp., the nation's biggest reinsurer, is set to raise $2 billion from an initial public offering in Hong Kong, people with knowledge of the matter said. The Beijing-based company plans to sell 5.77 billion shares at HK$2.70 ...

China Won't Use Military Power 'Recklessly,' Says General
BEIJING—China won't resort to military force “recklessly,” even on territorial issues, and will do its utmost to avoid unexpected conflicts, one of the country's top military commanders said Saturday. Gen. Fan Changlong, vice chairman of the Central ...

China upholds peaceful negotiation in handling disputes: military official
BEIJING, Oct. 17 (Xinhua) -- China always insists on resolving disputes through friendly negotiations with parties directly involved and will try its best to avoid unexpected conflicts, a senior Chinese military official said Saturday. China has always ...


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