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India, US and Japan hold Naval exercises under China's gaze
New Delhi: Naval warships, aircraft carriers and submarines from the US, India and Japan steamed into the Bay of Bengal on Saturday as they took part in joint military exercises off India's east coast, signaling the growing strategic ties among the ...

Behind in Polls, Taiwan's Pro-China Party Switches Presidential Candidates
October 17, 2015 3:15 PM. TAIPEI—. Taiwan's ruling Nationalist Party picked a new presidential candidate Saturday in an effort to improve its standing in the polls. The party that advocates strong ties with Taiwan's old rival China is lagging just ...

Looks Like This Guy Was Right On China Housing
Ronnie Chan, chairman of Hang Lung Properties Ltd., spoke with FORBES on the sidelines of a conference in Kyiv in September. He said that Americans would soon hear better news about China real estate. (Photo by Brent Lewin/Bloomberg). Developer ...

RPT-China's lighthouses in Spratlys beckon recognition from passing ships
(Repeats to widen distribution). By Greg Torode. HONG KONG Oct 18 (Reuters) - The next time the United States sends warships by China's man-made islands in the disputed South China Sea, officers aboard will have to decide how, if at all, they will ...

Britain to Put Commerce With China First in President Xi Jinping's State Visit
BEIJING — The British chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, chose an unusual destination during a trip to China last month, flying to the restive region of Xinjiang, where human rights groups accuse Beijing of persecuting the minority Uighur ...

Exclusive - China's Xi lauds Britain for "visionary" openness, prods others to ...
Exclusive - China's Xi lauds Britain for "visionary" openness, prods others to ...

China detains 16 protesters over marina project
BEIJING — Chinese authorities detained 16 fishermen after hundreds of people protested the construction of a sea marina in a southern Chinese port city over the weekend. Police in the city of Beihai said Sunday that they detained four people on ...

As China Cracks Down On Cultural Fringe, Indie Rock Finds A Home In Beijing
"Some guys have sports cars — I have this." That's how Michael Pettis, an American economist based in Beijing, has always explained his rather extravagant hobby: running his very own corner of the Chinese music scene via his record label, Maybe Mars, ...

Differing financial regulations could help China's poorer regions, official
BEIJING China could tailor its financial regulations to help boost poorer regions, as part of efforts to raise 70 million people out of poverty, a senior central bank official said. The government could use differing reserve requirement ratios, re ...

1st National Youth Games opens in Fuzhou
FUZHOU, South China, Oct. 18 (Xinhua) -- The first National Youth Games opened in South China's Fuzhou city here on Sunday night. Chinese Vice Premier Liu Yandong declared the opening of the games in the Haixia Olympic Sports Center in the capital ...

In a Region Disturbed by Ethnic Tensions, China Keeps Tight Lid on a Massacre
BAICHENG, China — Armed with only knives, the assailants struck at the coal mine in the dead of night, first killing the security guards and then setting upon the miners as they slept in their dormitory beds. Before the Sept. 18 rampage was over, more ...

Saudi's China Oil Play Has No One Over a Barrel: David Fickling
Saudi Arabia has traditionally had a lock on Asian oil markets. In Japan, Korea and Taiwan, the kingdom's barrels make up about one third of crude oil imports. In China, that position is now under threat from Russia. Russia has shrugged off Western ...

China still trying to hack US firms despite Xi's vow to refrain, analysts say
Chinese government hackers have attempted in the past few weeks to penetrate the networks of U.S. companies to steal their secrets despite a pledge by China's president that they would not do so, according to private researchers. Chinese hackers have ...

Japanese Stocks Fluctuate on Low Volume After China Growth Data
Japanese stocks fell for the first time in three days, amid low trading volumes, as steelmakers and tire manufacturers declined and data showed China's economy grew at the slowest quarterly pace since 2009. Sumitomo Mitsui Construction Co. and Asahi ...

Rapid Economic Growth in China Is Chipping Away at Coastal Wetlands
BEIJING — Coastal wetlands in China have vanished at an alarming rate because of the country's economic development, and current economic plans could diminish them to below the minimum needed for “ecological security,” including fresh water, fishery ...

US Stocks Digest China, But 'Waylaid' By Morgan Stanley
U.S. stocks are pointed down, as a three-week rally is running into some blockage. China's GDP growth rate has finally, “officially” fallen below the 7% mark, but the more proximate cause of the angst is coming from one of Wall Street's finest: Morgan ...

A Radical Role Reversal -- Britain As China's Gateway To Europe
Opening salvoes by British troops in China's era of humiliation. On the occasion of Chinese president Xi Jin-ping's official visit to Britain this week, it is important to remember that when the Chinese speak of their past “era of humiliation”, 1839 to ...

China's stock market is on fire. That's not a typo
China's stock market is in the midst of a reverse Isaac Newton moment. What goes down, must come back up. Way up actually. The Shanghai Composite has soared 12% so far in October after its dramatic 34% plunge between June and September. China's ...

Beijing Reaches for Military Upper Hand in Asia
TAIPEI—In 1996, when China tried to intimidate voters on Taiwan by firing missiles close to the island, U.S. President Bill Clinton swiftly sent in two aircraft-carrier battle groups. His blunt message to Beijing: back off. America was at the zenith ...

Powering Down: Chinese Electricity Demand Stalls Amid Slowing Growth
A slowing economy means keeping the lights on in China is getting a whole lot easier. The China Electricity Council, a state-backed industry group, is trimming its estimate of just how much power the country needs, after weak third-quarter economic ...

Yidao Yongche, A Lesser Rival To Uber In China, Raises $700M At A $1B Valuation
There's major investment news for taxi-hailing apps in China, but for once it doesn't concern Uber or the U.S. company's well-backed Chinese rival Didi Kuaidi. Yidao Yongche, a three-year-old private car service, has received an investment that values ...

Why investors shouldn't give up on China
For most of 2015, the U.S. economic recovery has been shadowed by the ongoing slowdown in China. But just how troubled is the Middle Kingdom and, for investors, how much alarm is appropriate? Although China isn't out of the woods yet, there are ...

In China, an insurance policy for good Samaritans who get sued
China lacks a national “good Samaritan law,” and a spate of nightmarish extortion stories has provoked soul-searching about a deficit of trust. China lacks a national “good Samaritan law,” and a spate of nightmarish extortion stories has provoked ...

China says South China Sea lighthouses not meant to alter 'status quo'
BEIJING China does not seek to change the existing status of territorial claims in the South China Sea with its newly built lighthouses, the Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday, arguing that Beijing already had "indisputable sovereignty" in the contested ...

China Probes Graft in Angola Oil Deals
BEIJING—Chinese anticorruption investigators are zeroing in on oil deals in Angola by one of China's biggest energy companies, part of President Xi Jinping's nearly three-year probe into graft in the industry. Investigators are probing whether a ...

Rights supporters throng palace route as China's Xi starts UK visit
LONDON Human rights protesters vied with China supporters and tourists to see President Xi Jinping ride in a carriage to Buckingham Palace on Tuesday, the first day of a state visit Britain hopes will cement financial ties. Hailed as the beginning of a ...

China Said to Appoint Fang as a Vice Chairman at Stock Regulator
China appointed Fang Xinghai as a vice chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission, according to people familiar with the matter, the second major appointment by the agency since a rout began in the nation's stock market in June. Fang, who ...

It's True, All of It: 'Star Wars' Comes to China's Great Wall
The Force is strong in Yan Ding. Disney executives believe he isn't their only hope. The 35-year-old Beijing investment firm worker showed up at the Great Wall on Tuesday for a marketing event tied to the unveiling of a new trailer for the newest “Star ...

China aims to lure private investors to projects: state media
SHANGHAI China will look to push out tax breaks, introduce financial incentives and streamline approval processes for infrastructure projects seeking private investment, state media reported, as Beijing looks to drum up so far tepid interest for such ...

Drone footage shows massive crater where Tianjin factory once stood
The Chinese city of Tianjin, which two months ago suffered a massive factory explosion, is still in the midst of cleaning up the blast site. In August, a chemical factory in the port city blew up, killing 165 and damaging buildings in a 5 km (3.1 mile ...


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