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China to deepen supply-side structural reforms in agriculture
BEIJING, Dec. 25 (Xinhua) -- China concluded a tone-setting rural work conference on Friday, vowing to step up supply-side structural reforms in agriculture to ensure abundant and quality farm produce. China will improve the quality and efficiency of ...

China's Dubious New Anti-terror Law Set to Pass
December 25, 2015 8:32 AM. BEIJING —. China is set to pass its controversial new anti-terrorism law on Sunday, the largely rubber-stamp parliament said on Friday, despite U.S. criticism about its cyber provisions and concerns over human rights. The ...

Japan's Top Spokesman: Third Japanese National Arrested in China
December 25, 2015 2:15 PM. TOKYO—. A third Japanese citizen has been arrested in China, Japan's top government spokesman said on Friday, in addition to two others arrested earlier this year for spying. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga told a ...

Smog Blankets Beijing and Shanghai After Christmas Alert
Dense smog continued to shroud China's largest cities on Saturday though an approaching cold front began to clear the skies, a day after a Beijing air-pollution alert forced the cancellation of more than 200 flights from the nation's capital. Beijing's ...

Spotlight: China, LatAm upgrade strategic cooperation in 2015
BUENOS AIRES, Dec. 25 (Xinhua) -- Despite a slow recovery of the world economy, 2015 has witnessed growing ties between China and Latin America, with an increasingly solid political foundation and enhanced economic and trade cooperation. In the past ...

China honors Chesco World War II vets
The flights over the Himalayas, helping to defend China from Japanese forces, seemed to be overshadowed by the war that played out across Europe and in the Pacific. But in 1943, Clifford Long, based in China, was dive-bombing Japanese targets in a P-40 ...

Japan says armed China ship infiltrates off disputed islands
TOKYO (AP) — Japanese authorities say an armed Chinese coast guard vessel has for the first time entered its territorial waters off islands claimed by both countries. Japan's coast guard says the ship, armed with what appeared to be four gun turrets ...

Japan: Armed China Ship Infiltrated Near Disputed Islands
December 26, 2015 12:30 PM. TOKYO—. Japanese authorities said that for the first time Saturday, an armed Chinese coast guard vessel entered its territorial waters off islands claimed by both countries that are a flashpoint of disputes between the ...

Brazilian clubs 'turning attention' to China
RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec. 26 (Xinhua) -- Chinese football has become "the hope and nightmare" of Brazilian Serie A champions Corinthians, local news portal Lancenet said on Saturday. Midfielder Jadson this month became the latest Brazilian to move to ...

French journalist Ursula Gauthier kicked out of China for slamming Beijing's ...
French journalist Ursula Gauthier kicked out of China for slamming Beijing's ...

China's industrial profit decline narrows in November
BEIJING, Dec. 27 (Xinhua) -- Profits of China's major industrial firms fell 1.4 percent year on year in November, narrowing from a 4.6-percent decline posted in October, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said on Sunday. Profits at industrial ...

China-Latin America cultural exchanges flourish in 2015
MEXICO CITY, Dec. 26 (Xinhua) -- The year of 2015 has been an important one for the development of China-Latin America relations, when cultural exchanges became the highlight of bilateral ties. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang made official visits to four ...

China unveils 2-child policy
Chinese lawmakers rubber-stamped the new legislation Sunday during a session of the National People's Congress Standing Committee, which governs the country's laws, the state-run Xinhua news agency reported. "The state advocates that one couple ...

China investigates head of state-owned China Telecom
BEIJING — China's ruling Communist Party says it has launched an investigation against the head of state-owned China Telecom, as Beijing expands its anti-corruption campaign to more state sectors. The party's disciplinary arm, the Central Commission ...

Taiwan presidential front-runner: Can't 'be bound' to China
TAIPEI, Taiwan — The front-runner in Taiwan's presidential race said Sunday that she would seek stable relations with mainland China, but did not rule out revisiting the island's official stance on independence, leaving open questions about how China ...

Japan's Space Security Worries Are Not Just China And N. Korea, But Also The US
After a missile launch by North Korea in April 2009, Takeo Kawamura, then-Chief Cabinet Secretary, answered questions from the media at the prime minister's residence in Tokyo. (Toru Yamanaka/AFP/Getty Images). Our understanding of what space ...

China Fines Shipping Firms $63 Million for Price Collusion
China fined eight shipping lines 407 million yuan ($63 million) in total after finding them responsible for price collusion in the transportation of vehicles and heavy machinery. Japan's Nippon Yusen KK, Mitsui OSK lines, Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha and ...

China angered as Filipino protesters visit South China Sea island
BEIJING China expressed anger on Monday after a group of Filipino protesters landed on a disputed Philippine-held island in the disputed South China Sea. About 50 protesters, most of them students, reached Thitu island in the Spratly archipelago on ...

China Stocks Lead Asian Shares Lower as Industrial Profits Drop
Asian stocks outside of Japan dropped, led by the biggest loss in a month for Chinese shares as a decline in industrial companies' profits signaled a deepening economic slowdown. The Topix index climbed by the most in a week amid light trading. The ...

China's Central Bank Says It Seeks Yuan Stability Amid Reforms
China's central bank said it will aim for stability in the yuan as it also seeks to promote exchange-rate liberalization and reform. Policy makers also said they will work toward continuing prudent monetary policy and keeping moderate liquidity in the ...

China's Slowdown in Context
While plenty of ink has been devoted to China's slowdown this year, the world's second-largest economy is still on track to grow somewhere close to 7 percent. That's almost triple the forecast U.S. rate, nearly five times the eurozone, and more than 10 ...

China has seen a 13-fold increase in labor strikes and protests since 2011 ...
China has seen a 13-fold increase in labor strikes and protests since 2011 ...

China passes sweeping anti-terrorism law with tighter grip on data flow
BEIJING — A newly passed and wide-ranging anti-terrorism law that could force foreign tech firms to hand over sensitive information drew criticism from both business and human rights groups Monday. Beijing says the law is necessary to prevent ...

Energy, Mining Stocks Lead an Early Decline on Wall Street
Stocks are opening lower, led by declines in energy and mining companies as prices for oil and other commodities fall. Exxon Mobil fell 1.5 percent in early trading Monday, the most in the Dow Jones industrial average. Mining company Freeport-McMoRan ...

China's assertiveness pushes Vietnam toward an old foe, the United States
CHINA'S BACK YARD | This is part of an occasional series examining China's efforts to win friends and clients in Asia and to assert a more dominant role across the continent. Men fish in Dong Da Lake this fall under pillars for a half-finished urban ...

Beijing Warns Children to Stay Indoors as Smog Levels Hit Heavy
Beijing advised children and the elderly to stay indoors today after pollution levels in the Chinese capital reached “heavy” levels. The concentration of PM2.5 particles -- considered the most hazardous to people's health -- was 320 micrograms per ...

Welcome to China's Dangerous Year
The path of the world's second largest economy is perilously like Japan's Minsky Moment, but on steroids. Email; Print; 0 Comments; Order Reprints. Facebook. Share. 2. Twitter. Google+. smaller; Larger. close ...

'Star Wars' makers have high hopes for China success
The latest Star Wars movie broke the $1 billion mark before fans in China could see it, but producers anticipate ''The Force Awakens'' will play ''very very well'' in the world's second-biggest film market. The film opens in China on Jan. 9. Director J ...

China's Xi tells grumbling party cadres: 'Don't talk back'
BEIJING — Careless talk could cost you your job. Especially if you bad-mouth the boss. Chinese President Xi Jinping has carried out the most far-reaching anti-corruption campaign in Communist Party history — at the same time as the harshest crackdown ...

China Angered by Philippine Protest on Disputed Island
December 29, 2015 2:17 AM. About 50 Philippine protesters, mostly students, have landed on a remote island in the South China Sea to draw attention to what they charge is growing Chinese encroachment in the area. China, which claims virtually the ...


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