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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang Says China On Track To Hit 7% GDP Growth Target: Report
China's Premier Li Keqiang (L) shakes hands with Slovenia's Prime Minister Miro Cerar during the 4th Meeting of Heads of Government of China and Central and Eastern European Countries, in Suzhou, China on Nov. 24, 2015. Reuters/Aly Song. China is on ...

Not Quite A Heroine: Lesson From Taiwan's Beauty Queen On Resisting China
Miss Taiwan bared her anti-China political views over the weekend at the global beauty pageant Miss Earth 2015, which in turn stopped her from going on stage. Heroine's welcome? Think again. Ting Wen-yin, 22, concedes on Facebook FB -0.95% she wore ...

China consumer sentiment improves on PBOC easing
Consumer sentiment in China edged up in November from a record low, as confidence in the labor market improved and consumers became more confident about the prospects for business conditions, a survey showed Wednesday. The Westpac MNI China ...

Gay Consumers' Spending Power Draws Attention in China — But Stigma Remains
Li Sheng just purchased a new Sony smartphone, enjoys traveling abroad and rarely thinks twice about spending on what he likes. The 31-year old human-resource executive, a Shanghai resident making 120,000 yuan ($18,800) a year, is gay. And that's ...

Q. and A.: Christina Lin on China's Antiterrorism Efforts
Chinese leaders have long been wary of joining global efforts against terrorism, worried about becoming entangled in foreign conflicts. But in recent days, after a series of terrorist attacks that killed several Chinese citizens, China has faced ...

China set to pledge more aid to Africa ahead of Xi's trip
BEIJING China is set to announce new aid to African nations when President Xi Jinping visits Zimbabwe and South Africa next month, a senior Chinese official said on Wednesday. The trip is likely to boost China's relations with Africa, which supplies ...

China Oil Giants Seek Asset Sales as Clock Ticks to Year-End
China's biggest energy companies are seeking to unload assets and urging workers to cut costs in a last-minute rush to meet annual government-set growth targets as lower crude prices drag down earnings. China Petrochemical Corp. faces “unprecedented ...

US raises military aid to Philippines amid sea tension with China
MANILA The United States has raised its military aid to the Philippines this year to $79 million, the U.S. ambassador said on Wednesday, as tension rises in the region over China's new assertiveness in the South China Sea. Since 2002, the United States ...

Chinese Investment in Africa Falls by 40%
November 25, 2015 4:44 AM. BEIJING—. China's Commerce Ministry recently caused a stir when it publicly admitted that Chinese investments to Africa had fallen by 40 percent in the first half of this year. Some saw the sharp decline as a sign of the ...

Full text of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's remarks at the Fourth Summit of ...
Full text of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's remarks at the Fourth Summit of ...

Bank of Qingdao Raises $607 Million in IPO
Bank of Qingdao, the largest city commercial lender in eastern China's Shandong province, priced its Hong Kong initial public offering at 4.75 Hong Kong dollars (61 U.S. cents) a share, the bottom end of the expected price range, according to people ...

China pledges to work with Africa in fighting militancy after Mali attack
BEIJING China will strengthen its cooperation with Africa in the fight against violent extremism after an attack last week by Islamist militants in Mali killed 19 people, including three Chinese citizens, China's foreign minister said on Thursday ...

China's Bond Market Bull Run Seen Lasting for Record 10 Quarters
The potential for China's economy to slow further from its weakest growth in two decades will likely see the bull run in the bond market lasting another three quarters, according to Guotai Junan Securities Co. The Bloomberg China Local Sovereign Bond ...

China defends coal use ahead of Paris climate summit
Beijing (CNN) China's special envoy on climate change, Xie Zhenhua, has defended the country's decision to build more coal-fired power plants ahead of a global climate summit in Paris next week. With two-thirds of its energy still generated by coal ...

China Has a Yuan for Luxury, But Not at Home
China's shoppers are the world's biggest force in global luxury spending, but the latest industry research says they're increasingly taking the vast majority of their purchases overseas. This is bad news for luxury brands that have set up shop in China ...

Fidelity Says China Still Full Of Opportunities
In the second of a series of interviews and reports on the outlook for emerging markets, today a senior figure at Fidelity Investments explains her view on China. See part one, The Death Of Brics, here. “Recently,” says Catherine Yeung, head of Asia-ex ...

China's Xi says to shake up military structure in reform push
BEIJING China will shake up its military by establishing a joint operational command structure by 2020 and rejig existing military regions as part of overall reforms, President Xi Jinping said in a comments reported on Thursday. In a lengthy speech ...

China military in talks for logistics "facilities" in Djibouti
BEIJING Nov 26 China's military is in talks with the Horn of Africa country Djibouti to build logistics "facilities" to support Chinese peacekeeping and anti-piracy missions, the foreign and defence ministries said on Thursday. In May, Djibouti ...

Earthprints: Beijing
The commute for millions of people living in and around Beijing is a daily grind that is ever more time-consuming, costly and crowded as residents dodge, push and elbow their way onto buses and subways. And there is no immediate relief in sight in a ...

Outspoken Miss World Canada denied entry to China
Canada's Miss World contestant Anastasia Lin poses for photographers after she was denied entry to mainland China, at Hong Kong International Airport in Hong Kong, Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015. Miss World Canada was barred from entering China on ...

China industrial profits fall for fifth straight month
BEIJING Profits earned by Chinese industrial companies fell 4.6 percent in October from a year earlier, declining for the fifth consecutive month as the world's second-largest economy slows and industries deal with overcapacity. Industrial profits ...

China navy holds first joint anti-piracy drill with NATO
BEIJING Chinese naval forces involved in anti-piracy patrols in the Gulf of Aden have held their first joint drill with NATO ships carrying out the same mission, China's Defence Ministry said on Friday, as China seeks a greater global security role ...

China stocks battered by deleverage moves, industrial data
... * CSI300: -1.6 pct; SSEC: -1.5 pct; HSI: -1.2 pct. * China sec regulator restricts OTC swap business. * China industrial profit falls for five months in a row. SHANGHAI, Nov 27 China shares fell over 1 percent on Friday morning, heading for their ...

What's in a Name? China's 'ISIS' Store Gets a Visit from the Authorities
Chinese authorities in recent days have rewarded citizens for tipping them off to signs of potential terrorist activity. But in one Chinese city, the sign was too good to be true. A clothing store in China's southern boomtown of Shenzhen received a ...

China Regulator Bans Brokers From Financing With Derivatives
President Xi Jinping announced a major overhaul of China's military to make the world's largest army more combat ready and better equipped to project force beyond the country's borders. Under the reorganization, all branches of the armed forces would ...

European Stocks Snap Winning Streak as Investors Assess Gains
Miners dragged European stocks from a three-month high as investors assessed global growth prospects amid further evidence of a slowdown in China. Anglo American Plc dropped 6.1 percent, Rio Tinto Group slid 2 percent and BHP Billiton Ltd. lost 2.2 ...

China barred a human rights activist from a global beauty contest—putting her ...
China barred a human rights activist from a global beauty contest—putting her ...

China Sentences Free-Speech Activist to Six Years in Prison
BEIJING—A Chinese court sentenced a well-known free-speech activist to six years in prison on Friday, at least the fourth Communist Party critic sentenced in a week amid a sustained crackdown on dissent. Yang Maodong—a 49-year-old writer and ...

Chinese executives keep going missing
This week, it was the CEO of the Hong Kong arm of one of China's largest brokerages who disappeared; a few months ago, the president of a giant bank. Once they go missing, there's no telling when they'll resurface. In some cases, they show up again ...

China: when an only child dies
Zheng Qing was devastated when she heard the news last month that China will scrap the one-child policy. It was too late to have a second child. She thought it was a great honour to follow the one child policy at that time but now feels the rule has ...


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