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China News 10/2015 (Page 7)



Loggers in China destroying parts of panda sanctuary: Greenpeace
BEIJING Loggers in China's southwest are destroying sanctuaries home to endangered giant pandas, environmental group Greenpeace said in a report on Wednesday, defying efforts by conservationists and tougher forestry regulations. Logging of more than ...

China's hi-res mapping satellite sends back more visual data
BEIJING, Oct. 21 (Xinhua) -- The Ziyuan III satellite, China's first high-resolution stereo mapping satellite for civilian use, has sent back visual data covering 69.45 million square km of the globe since it was launched in January 2012. The satellite ...

Education collaboration between China and Britain reaching new heights
The BBC documentary, Are Our Kids Tough Enough? Chinese School, which sparked so much debate in the summer, portrayed what many argued were stereotypical views of education in Britain and China. Chinese students, who have dominated the global ...

China Straining US-UK Relations; South China Sea At Center?
In the art of statecraft, as in much else, Britain has never ceased being the master, and America the more often than not easily distracted, generally poor student. Disparate policy stances and strategies toward China are now providing vivid and highly ...

Will China keep its cyber promises?
PRESIDENT XI Jinping of China has been assertive since coming to power in 2013. Although China is governed in opaque ways, and he faces entrenched and competing interests, Mr. Xi has attempted to appear as a leader who is decisive and setting ...

As China weakens, recession stalks North Asia
The slowdown in China's economy, the world's second largest, is sucking the growth out of North Asia and tilting some economies towards recession. As China undergoes a painful rebalancing of an economy that accounts for 16 percent of global GDP - up ...

Honda Delays Plans for $822 Million China Plant on Slower Demand
Honda Motor Co. will delay the construction of a planned $822 million plant in China as demand slows in the world's largest auto market. The carmaker had previously planned to start construction on a third plant with Dongfeng Motor Corp. in Wuhan ...

China stocks rebound, led by small-caps; Hong Kong down
... * CSI300 +0.4 pct; SSEC +0.2 pct; HSI -0.9 pct. * China will not have a hard landing - President Xi. * Chinese airlines rise on merger expectations. SHANGHAI, Oct 22 (Reuters) - China stocks rose on Thursday morning, with the previous session's ...

Binge drinking and socialism - China lauds ties with Britain
BEIJING From binge drinking and David Beckham to the Labour Party's role in recognizing Communist China, Chinese state media has kicked into overdrive to praise Sino-British relations and point out shared interests as President Xi Jinping is feted in ...

China Said to Consider Consolidation Among Big 3 Airlines
A China Southern Airlines and China Eastern Airlines airplanes are parked at Beijing Capital International Airport. Combining the three would create Asia's only airline with more than 1,000 planes, lagging behind only the three big U.S. carriers ...

Philippines says handing China suspects in diplomats' shooting
MANILA The Philippines said on Thursday two Chinese diplomats suspected of killing two colleagues will be granted diplomatic immunity and handed over to Chinese authorities, following a bizarre restaurant shooting in the central Philippines. The ...

China Plans 2020 Deadline for Dismantling Its Capital Controls
A man carries a kite in the shape of the Chinese national flag in Shanghai. Photographer: Qilai Shen/Bloomberg. Don't Miss Out — Follow Bloomberg On. Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube. Recommended. ANTARCTICA - 2010/10/21: Antarctica, Antarctic ...

Golf and gluttony in the rough as China tees off against graft
BEIJING/SHANGHAI China's ruling Communist Party has listed golf and gluttony as violations for the first time as it tightens its rules to prevent officials from engaging in corrupt practices, while also turning an even sterner eye on sexual impropriety ...

A New Service Shows Where — And Why — Chinese Want to Buy Homes Abroad
As Chinese citizens continue their home-buying spree abroad, governments, banks, real-estate firms and other companies want to know more about what they want. To shed light on these consumers, Chinese property portal Juwai.com has launched a new ...

Beijing says won't give up position that Taiwan's part of China
BEIJING Chinese people have a "sacred mission" to ensure Taiwan is always considered part of China, a top Chinese leader said on Friday ahead of the 70th anniversary of Japan giving up control of Taiwan at the end of World War Two. Taiwan was a ...

German Manufacturing Takes a China Hit
German manufacturing grew the least in five months in October, reflecting a slowdown in emerging markets that's threatening the global outlook. The latest Purchasing Managers' Index from Markit Economics showed a factory index fell to 51.6 from 52.3 in ...

China marks 70th anniversary of Taiwan recovery from Japanese occupation
Yu Zhengsheng, a member of the Standing Committee of the Communist Party of China Central Committee Political Bureau and chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, delivers a speech at a grand ...

Cramped Offices, Long Fridays: The Workspace in China
Office workers in Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong are working in increasingly cramped conditions, with each worker having about a third of the space enjoyed by their counterparts in Europe and the U.S., according to a recent study. In these Chinese ...

British Investigator Says Prison in China Worsened Health
Peter Humphrey, a former private investigator in China who recently won release from a Shanghai prison, this week disclosed he has prostate cancer, a condition he alleges was worsened by terms of a nearly two-year incarceration. Mr. Humphrey said in a ...

China hopes to see a united EU, Xi tells Britain on visit
MANCHESTER, England/BEIJING Chinese President Xi Jinping has told Britain he wants to see a united European Union, in his most direct comments on Britain's relationship with Europe before the country's EU membership referendum. Xi told Prime ...

3 Reasons Investors Worry Too Much About China
The strength of the dollar is a bigger problem for U.S. companies than China's weakening economy. Chinese flag over Shanghai skyline at night. Contrary to many reports, the U.S. doesn't actually have a large stake in the growth of China. By Ryan ...

China cuts rates again as growth engine stalls
BEIJING China's central bank cut interest rates on Friday for the sixth time in less than a year, and it again lowered the amount of cash that banks must hold as reserves in a bid to jump start growth in its stuttering economy. Monetary policy easing ...

Why China doesn't want a Fed rate hike
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne (L) and China's Finance Minister Lou Jiwei shake hands during a Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors of the G20 group news conference at the 2015 IMF/World Bank Annual Meetings in Lima, ...

From the mountains to the sea: A Chinese vision, a Pakistani corridor
CHINA'S BACK YARD | Part of an occasional series. KHUNJERAB PASS, Pakistan — Up here on what is often referred to as the world's highest paved border crossing, there still are not many signs that billions of dollars in investment — and goodwill ...

Kate's red dress warms U.K.'s ties with China
The Duchess of Cambridge and Chinese President Xi Jinping at a state banquet in the Ballroom at Buckingham Palace, London, on Tuesday, the first day of the state visit to the Britain. (Dominic Lipinski/AP). The Duchess of Cambridge's fashion sense may ...

New book released in Canada to analyze China's role in global financial system
TORONTO, Oct. 23 (Xinhua) -- A Canadian think tank on Friday released a book analyzing China's role in the international financial system, pointing out that China's rise has led to a more activist and central role, but that new role exposes the country ...

US patrols to raise stakes with Beijing in disputed South China Sea
HONG KONG U.S. plans to send warships or military aircraft within 12 nautical miles of China's artificial islands in the disputed South China Sea, possibly within days, could open a tense new front in Sino-U.S. rivalry. A range of security experts said ...

China's Hunger for World's Food Grows, and US Farmers Are Glad
China's recent slowdown has raised widespread concerns that any weakening demand there for goods and raw materials from the rest of the world could weigh on the entire global economy. But, so far, the slowdown doesn't seem to have dampened China's ...

China central bank sees 'very normal' growth of 6-7 percent in next few years
BEIJING China will be able to keep annual economic growth at around 6-7 percent over the next three to five years, a top People's Bank of China (PBOC) policymaker said on Saturday, a day after the bank cut interest rates for the sixth time in less than ...

Will it be win-win on Britain's big China gamble?
"State visit" doesn't do justice to what we've seen this week. The Chinese media exulted that their president got a 'redder than red carpet welcome' in the UK and certainly Xi Jinping rarely stepped off the carpet, or went anywhere without a royal at ...


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