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PH tells China: Set example, promote peace
President Benigno Aquino III speaks at a closing press conference for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) summit at the International Media Center in Manila on Nov. 19. AFP. KUALA LUMPUR—Amid the growing tension over the South China Sea, ...

China condemns Mali attack with three Chinese among the dead
BEIJING Chinese President Xi Jinping condemned on Saturday the "cruel and savage" attack by Islamist militants on a hotel in Mali's capital that killed 19 people including three executives from a Chinese railway company. Gunmen shouting Islamic slogans ...

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China's Nuclear Vision Collides With Villagers' Fears
HUBIN VILLAGE, China — This placid, leafy hamlet tucked beside a dam in the countryside hardly seems like the next testing ground over China's efforts to cut smog and greenhouse gases. But here among cornfields and crumbling stone homes skirted by ...

China to boost consumer services
BEIJING, Nov. 22 (Xinhua) -- China will strengthen support for consumer services to upgrade the consumption structure and bolster economic growth, according to a guideline issued by the State Council. Several key sectors, including health care, senior ...

US pushes China on market access, little progress seen
GUANGZHOU, China The United States pushed China for greater market access at annual trade talks in China on Sunday, though few breakthroughs are expected amid tensions over cyber hacking and rules that could hamper foreign tech firms. Presidents ...

Rare Ming Dynasty tomb with murals found
JINAN, Nov. 22 (Xinhua) -- Archeologists in east China's Shandong Province have excavated a tomb dating back to about 500 years with rare brightly colored murals . Wang Zimeng with the provincial institute of archaeology said on Sunday that the tomb of ...

The Latest: China says it has no intention to militarize the South China Sea
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – Ten Southeast Asian heads of state and nine world leaders, including President Barack Obama, are meeting in Malaysia to discuss trade and economic issues. Terrorism and disputes over the South China Sea are also on the ...

China prepares to rank its citizens on 'social credit'
A sign in Beijing's main airport reminds Chinese to be civilized travelers because they "represent China's image" when they go overseas. A sign in Beijing's main airport reminds Chinese to be civilized travelers because they "represent China's image ...

Turnbull tells China it risks a war
US President Barack Obama and other leaders participate in the East Asia Summit family photo in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Sunday. AP. Phillip Coorey. Share on twitter. by Phillip Coorey. Malcolm Turnbull has warned China directly that it will not only ...

China Tells Others Don't 'Stir Up Trouble' in S. China Sea
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — China on Sunday told other countries not to "deliberately stir up trouble" in the disputed South China Sea, while insisting it has no intention of militarizing the strategically vital area even though it has increased ...

A worker at the Landbridge port in Rizhao, eastern China. Angus Grigg
Despite owning a petrochemicals plant, bulk commodities port, timber mill, hotel and petrol stations, Ye Cheng, has almost no public profile. "Perhaps he only talks to Xi Jinping," joked a local trader in reference to China's president. This is not to ...

China Says South China Sea Construction Is Protecting Distant Reefs
China refuted claims it is militarizing the disputed South China Sea, saying it needs to build facilities on artificial islands and reefs to protect them. “As the islands and reefs are far from China's mainland it is necessary to maintain and build ...

Xi'an's Terra-cotta warriors: What to know before visiting
Xi'an, China (CNN) It's said if you don't visit the Terra-cotta Army while in Xi'an, your visit to the ancient Chinese city doesn't count. Constructed more than 2,200 years ago, the army of warrior statues has since guarded the tomb of the emperor Qin ...

China's anti-graft watchdog demotes four banking regulators
BEIJING Nov 23 China's top graft-buster agency has demoted four bank regulators for violating Communist Party rules and procedures, in the latest punishment issued to the country's financial sector in President Xi Jinping's three-year anti-corruption ...

Shanghai's Bull Market Rebound Won't Last
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Masters of the Finance Universe Are Worried About China
David Tepper says a yuan devaluation may be coming in China. John Burbank warns that a hard landing there could spark a global recession. Tepper, the billionaire owner of Appaloosa Management, said last week at the Robin Hood Investor's Conference ...

Zinc Imports by China Surge to Highest Since 2014 on Arbitrage
Refined zinc imports by China, the largest user, surged in October to the highest level in 21 months as traders sought to profit from cheaper prices in London. Imports gained 75 percent from September to 72,325 metric tons last month, according to data ...

How To Protect Your IP From China With An NNN Agreement
Last week, in Why Your NDA Does Not Work For China, I explained why US-style NDAs do not protect your IP from China companies and how what you really need is a China-centric NNN agreement. What are the three Ns that make up a China NNN ...

China seeks to remove provincial barriers to trade
BEIJING China will accelerate reforms to remove internal barriers to both foreign and domestic trade, the country's cabinet said on Monday, a move designed to bolster domestic consumption in its slowing economy. In a comprehensive statement on its ...

China Pulled Further Into Syria Crisis Amid Terrorism Threat
The violence swirling out from Syria in recent weeks is pressuring China to step off the sidelines and take a more active role in international efforts to stem the conflict. The execution of a Chinese captive announced by Islamic State on Wednesday ...

Japan joins U.S. in opposing China's South China Sea claims
China has pushed back on objections and said that while it is building “military installations,” the facilities are to protect civilians. By Elizabeth Shim | Nov. 23, 2015 at 11:37 AM. Comments 0 Comments. share with facebook. share with twitter. A ...

China at a Tipping Point: Ecological and Spiritual Awakening
There is the China we hear about in the news: largest economy in the world; lifting hundreds of millions out of poverty and into urban areas; largest CO2 emitter; entrenched corruption; toxic air; poisoned food and water; growing disparity; political ...

Tuniu Declines as HNA Deal Underscores China Travel Competition
Tuniu Corp. ended a two-day gain as investors bet a $500 million investment from HNA Tourism Group Co. won't be enough to turn the company profitable amid competition in China's online travel-booking industry. The American depositary receipts declined ...

China and US Say They've Made Strides in Trade Talks
GUANGZHOU, China — In their first top-level trade talks since President Obama hosted China's leader in September, the United States and China said on Monday that they had made progress on sticking points, including preventing the theft of trade ...

China wants to build a high-speed rail link to a newly open Iran
China Railway, the state-owned rail-building behemoth, has proposed a high-speed rail link that will carry both passengers and cargo between China and Iran, according to the state-controlled China Daily. The proposed route, put forward last week at a ...

China stocks fall, led by metal stocks; Hong Kong also down
... * CSI300 -0.9 pct; SSEC -0.7 pct; HSI -0.7 pct. * Commodity stocks fall on lower metal prices. * SCMP rise after report Alibaba's Jack Ma plans to buy a stake. SHANGHAI, Nov 24 China stocks were sluggish on Tuesday morning as metal producers fell ...

China is cutting mobile phone services in its Muslim-heavy far west
China's government shut down mobile phone service in the far west territory of Xinjiang for residents using common tools to evade internet censorship after the Nov. 13 Paris attacks, The New York Times reported today (Nov. 24). Beijing has publicly ...

China Said to Ease Control on Brokers' Proprietary Trading
China has canceled a rule requiring brokerages to hold daily net long positions in their proprietary trading accounts as the nation's stock market stabilizes following its summer slump, according to people with knowledge of the matter. The China ...

Video: Meet Guo Pei, China's First Haute Couturier
While China's history spans thousands of years, the word shishang, or “fashion,” did not come into popular use until the mid-1990s. “When I started studying design in 1982, no one knew that clothes were supposed to be designed,” says Guo Pei, who has ...


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