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China five-year plan to chart reform, growth path
BEIJING, Oct. 28 (Xinhua) -- China is mulling the 13th five-year plan, which will chart its reform and growth path, when the country is entering a "new normal" of slower growth and boosting re-balancing towards consumption and services. The new five ...

Seoul, Tokyo bickering days before 3-way summit with China
SEOUL, South Korea — Leave it to perpetually squabbling Northeast Asia to spice up that most vanilla of diplomatic activities: the meet-and-greet, photo-op-ridden international summit. South Korea and Japan finally announced Wednesday what has long ...

China Focus: Economy finds hope in tech giants' performances
BEIJING, Oct. 28 (Xinhua) -- Eye-catching quarterly gains by Apple and Alibaba in China have provided fresh proof that growing online and high-tech consumption may be coming to the rescue of the country's economy. Both e-commerce giant Alibaba and the ...

Five Big Economic Developments Unfolding In China
A model poses next to a BYD S7 SUV at an auto show in Shanghai. BYD, which stands for Build Your Dream, counts Warren Buffet as one of its biggest, single investors. This is Tesla for the rest of us, and it will be one of the companies investors see ...

Nepal Turns to China for Fuel After India Restricts Supply
KATHMANDU, Nepal — Fuel-starved Nepal has signed an agreement with China to import gasoline, diesel and cooking gas, effectively ending a monopoly on supply from India, which has restricted fuel convoys as a result of political protests in the ...

China to raise penalties in new carbon market rules
BEIJING China, the world's biggest source of heat-trapping greenhouse gases, will impose tougher penalties on firms that fail to comply with emission targets, according to draft market regulations seen by Reuters on Thursday. The draft rules, which ...

Two more Japanese being held in China, says Chinese official
TOKYO - China is holding two Japanese in addition to two arrested earlier this year for spying, a Chinese official in Tokyo said on Thursday, but did not give further details, including whether they were also suspected of espionage. The official at the ...

Why China is ending the one-child policy: Its economy is in danger
China is Schrödinger's economy. If you look at its statistics, it seems fine. But if you look at what its government is doing, it does not. Perhaps the biggest move came early Thursday morning, when China announced it was ending its 36-year-old one ...

In wake of US patrol, US and China hold talks on South China Sea
The USS Lassen sailed close to a Chinese manmade island on Tuesday. Tensions have been mounting over China's territorial claims in the area. By Robert Marquand, Staff writer October 29, 2015. Save for later Saved. close. Chinese dredging vessels work ...

Why is China ending its one-child policy? Key questions and answers
This photo taken Tuesday shows pupils exercising on the playground during a break at an elementary school in Jilin, in northeast China's Jilin province. This photo taken Tuesday shows pupils exercising on the playground during a break at an elementary ...

China reacts to lifting of one-child policy
FILE - In this Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015, file photo, a child bends over in a public park in Yinchuan in northwestern China's Ningxia Hui autonomous region. China's ruling Communist Party announced Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015, that it will abolish the country ...

Danone Gains as China Outlook Boosted by End to Child Policy
Danone rose as much as 3 percent in Paris and Nestle SA also gained after China said it will lift its one-child policy, boosting the outlook for sales of infant nutrition. Danone shares advanced as much as 3 percent to 65.16 euros, while Nestle added ...

China's one-child policy and the lessons for America
The policy was instituted in 1979 — complete with "forced sterilizations and abortions, infanticide, and a dramatic gender imbalance" the Guardian reports — preventing an estimated 400 million births in the decades since. Ironically, the policy was ...

Merkel backs China's market status, but homework required
HEFEI, China German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Germany, in principle, favored granting China "market economy status" - a shift that would make it harder for the EU to protect local industry from Chinese competition - but said Beijing still had work ...

China Money-Market Rate Posts Biggest Weekly Drop Since August
China's benchmark money-market rate had the biggest weekly decline since August after the central bank eased monetary policy to spur economic growth. The People's Bank of China drained a net 25 billion yuan ($3.95 billion) from the banking system, the ...

Analysis: China's Leaders Ease Birth Limits but Keep Control
The Communist Party's decision to ease limits on family size makes China a bit less restrictive but is a reminder of the party's pervasive role in society. The 35-year-old policy that limited most urban couples to one child is a holdover from an era of ...

Beijing Charts Course Between Nationalism, Diplomacy in South China Sea
BEIJING—China's response to a U.S. warship's patrol in the South China Sea shows the balance it must strike between satisfying nationalism at home and projecting firm diplomacy abroad without escalating tensions. In the days after the U.S. sail-past ...

China Minsheng Investment Seeks to Buy U.S. Private-Jet Company
China Minsheng Investment Corp., one of China's largest private investment funds, said it's planning to enter the North American market as it grows its aviation business. Shanghai-based CMI is in talks to acquire a private-jet company located in the ...

Ctrip Strengthens Its Leadership Position In China With Stake In Rival Firm, Qunar
On October 26, Ctrip, the leading Chinese OTA, announced a partnership with its chief rival, Qunar, and its backer, Baidu, through an exchange of shares. We think Ctrip's worries about Qunar's strengthened capabilities – due to Baidu's backing and an ...

Calming waters? Why Japan, S. Korea, and China are suddenly talking
Sunday's meeting of East Asia's top powers, their first in three years, is mostly about starting up cordial relations. But that alone is progress. By Peter Ford, Staff writer October 30, 2015. Save for later Saved. close. Protesters wearing masks of ...

US Tech Giants May Blur National Security Boundaries in China Deals
HONG KONG — One Chinese technology company receives crucial technical guidance from a former People's Liberation Army rear admiral. Another company developed the electronics on China's first atomic bomb. A third sells technology to China's air-to-air ...

China's rural traditions showcased at Expo Milano 2015
MILAN, Italy, Oct. 30 (Xinhua) -- An exhibition held here at the China Pavilion of the Milan world exhibition from Wednesday to Friday showcased the value of China's ancient agricultural tradition in today's world of innovation. The exhibition ...

17 Killed in Building Collapse in Central China
BEIJING — A two-story building collapsed into rubble while workers were trying to prop up the second floor during renovations in central China, killing 17 construction workers and injuring 23, officials and reports said Saturday. The collapse happened ...

China potential for domestic demand big as ever: Premier Li
BEIJING China's domestic demand potential is as huge as ever, despite slowing growth and a difficult economic transformation process, Premier Li Keqiang said, according to a statement on the Chinese foreign ministry website on Saturday. Li's comments ...

China to strengthen, improve macro-control efforts: central bank
BEIJING, Oct. 31 (Xinhua) -- China will continue to improve the macro-control elements of its financial reform and opening up, according to the central bank. The central bank is committed to maintaining China's financial stability to ensure sustainable ...

Cult Leader in Southern China Sentenced for Rape, Fraud
BEIJING — A cult leader in southern China accused of selling toxic food, swindling followers and seducing dozens of women with promises of supernatural powers has been convicted of rape and fraud and sentenced to life in prison, a court said. Wu ...

China Faces Mounting Pressure Over Maritime Claims
Pressure on China over its claims to most of the strategic South China Sea went up a couple of notches this week. First the U.S. sent a warship, in its most direct challenge yet to Beijing's artificial island building. Then, over Chinese objections, an ...

China rings up Apple's 4Q profits, but Samsung still leads global shipment
China's uncertain economic landscape apparently has not dampened Apple's sales in the country, where the iPhone maker posted an 84 percent increase in sales. For its fiscal year, ended September 26, Apple clocked US$23 billion in operating income for ...

Who Was The First To Try To Manipulate Birthrates? Not China!
Blame it on France. China is the most troubling example of a government using national policy to engineer the size of its population with its decades-long one-child policy. But the idea has its roots in late 19th century France. And it was expanded on ...

South Korea, China pledge to ratify and put into effect FTA by year-end
SEOUL South Korean President Park Geun-hye and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang pledged on Saturday to push for the ratification of their free trade deal and put it into effect by the end of the year, Park's office said. The South Korean parliament has begun ...


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