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China cracks down on private earnings in the army
In the latest bid to clamp down on corruption in public life, China has ordered the army to end all “paid outside work” in the next three years, referring to military hospitals and hotels that currently are open to the public. The Chinese military is a ...

Man explains how China helped his $2 billion con game
ASHDOD, Israel- Gilbert Chikli was rolling in money, stolen from some of the world's biggest corporations. His targets: Accenture. Disney. American Express. In less than two years, he made off with at least 6.1 million euros from France alone. But he ...

Slowing in China: Not Just Economy but Political Resolve
SHANGHAI—China's economic collapse no longer seems imminent. The Wall Street hedge funds who bet against the Chinese currency have taken heavy losses and battered stock markets are stabilizing. In fact, collapse was never in the cards. Over the ...

China Seeks More Legal Muscle to Block Foreign Websites
BEIJING—China is considering new Internet rules that would pressure service providers to cut off access to foreign websites, adding to the government's growing legal framework bolstering its control of cyberspace. The proposed rules would prohibit the ...

Google was available in China…for 2 hours
Google's search services found a way through China's six-year-old ban over the weekend – but only for a couple of hours . According to the South China Morning Post (SCMP), at around 11.30pm local time on Sunday, Chinese users were able to access ...

Obama seeing China leader as South China Sea tensions rise
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama will be meeting with Asian leaders in Washington this week as fears grow that long-smoldering tensions on the Korean Peninsula and in the South China Sea risk flaring into conflict. World leaders, including ...

China accuses Japan of threatening Pacific peace with military law
China's state-run Xinhua news agency accused Shinzo Abe (pictured) of abandoning Japan's postwar constitution. Photograph: POOL/Reuters. Justin McCurry in Osaka. Tuesday 29 March 2016 04.02 EDT Last modified on Tuesday 29 March 2016 04.14 ...

US: No valid reason for China to restrict navigation in disputed sea
Chinese dredging ships in the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea, in an image from a surveillance video. US Navy, file. MANILA, Philippines – The United States (US) on Tuesday stressed that China does not have a valid reason in its attempt to ...

Bob Woodruff: What Happened When I Went to the Alleged ISIS Breeding Ground in China
As we drove through the streets of Yarkand, a desert oasis town in China's far western province of Xinjiang, police and counter-terrorism forces line almost every corner. Our cameras are kept close to our chests, out of sight, because despite official ...

China newspaper editor 'resigns over media control'
A Chinese newspaper editor said he is resigning in protest of tighter controls in the media, according to a posting on his social media account, a rare rebuke to China's Communist leaders. The move comes amid increasingly louder calls from Beijing for ...

To silence its critics abroad, China goes after their families at home
Beijing is trying to smoke out the authors and publishers of a widely disseminated anonymous letter calling for the resignation of President Xi Jinping. By Stuart Leavenworth, Correspondent March 29, 2016. Save for later Saved. close. Chinese President ...

Grumbling mounts in China, even in the party. Is President Xi losing his grip?
BEIJING — A series of extraordinary outbursts of public criticism of Chinese President Xi Jinping in recent weeks has raised the question of whether his crackdown on dissent is backfiring. The sniping has come from the highest levels of the business ...

Anonymous Call for Xi to Quit Rattles Party Leaders in China
Police officers removed posters of President Xi Jinping from a rundown building in Shanghai. His image is rigorously protected. Credit Johannes Eisele/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images. BEIJING — An anonymous letter calling on President Xi Jinping ...

US Allies Seek to Manage China on North Korean Sanctions
March 30, 2016 4:03 AM. SEOUL—. When the leaders from the United States, Japan and South Korea meet in Washington on Thursday to address the growing nuclear threat in North Korea, much of the discussion will be about China. U.S. President Barack ...

Patrolling Disputed Waters, US and China Jockey for Dominance
ABOARD THE U.S.S. CHANCELLORSVILLE, in the South China Sea — The Navy cruiser was in disputed waters off the Spratly Islands when the threat warning sounded over the ship's intercom: “Away the Snoopie team. … Away the Snoopie team.” As the ...

Industrial overcapacity to 'drag on China's growth'
BEIJING — Huge industrial overcapacity in China will drag on both the country's and the region's growth this year, the Asian Development Bank said on Wednesday, cutting its forecast for the world's second-largest economy. China's gross domestic ...

China Warns Taiwan on Trade Supervisory Bill
March 30, 2016 7:50 AM. BEIJING—. China has warned Taiwan that a new law under review in the island's legislature could hurt the ability of the two sides to conduct negotiations and further ties. The new draft law would allow more government oversight ...

China rejects worry over web rules that could cut access to foreign sites
BEIJING China's technology regulator has rejected criticism of proposed Internet rules that could block access to foreign websites, saying there was misunderstanding about what some people see as a way to tighten control over cyberspace. Experts have ...

China's Banks Report Slowest Growth in 10 Years in 2015
BEIJING—China's biggest banks posted their lowest annual profit growth in a decade, as bad loans mount in an ailing economy that is pushing lenders toward riskier avenues of expansion. Three major banks reporting 2015 results on Wednesday said they ...

A Tide of Return
Alex Majoli photographed a different sort of migration, one that's less about conflict and more about opportunity. This is China's economy on the move. Photos and Films by ALEX MAJOLI. Written by TONY DOKOUPIL. Alex Majoli photographed a different sort ...

Dissidents say China relatives released in letter probe
Two overseas dissidents said on Wednesday that Chinese police had released family members they claimed were detained as part of an official probe into a letter calling on President Xi Jinping to resign. Germany-based writer Chang Ping and New ...

Britain sacrifices steel industry to curry favour with China
Britain's special relationship with China is becoming more expensive by the day. It now threatens to destroy the British steel industry, a foundation pillar of our manufacturing economy. Britain is not alone. Most of Europe's steel foundries are ...

Expect Some Change in China's Policy Toward North Korea But Not a Lot
Ali Wyne is a nonresident fellow at the Atlantic Council and a fellow with the Truman National Security Project. Updated March 31, 2016, 3:20 AM. President Obama and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping are set to discuss North Korea's recent raft of ...

Ranger's Apprentice film, now brought to you by China
Producer Dick Cook speaks onstage at 2014 Will Rogers “Pioneer of the Year” Dinner Honoring Tom Sherak during CinemaCon, the official convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners, at Caesars Palace on March 26, 2014 in Las Vegas, ...

China set to deploy longest-range nuclear missile
A new generation of Chinese intercontinental ballistic missiles may come into service as early as this year and will herald a period of rapid nuclear build-up by China, according to experts. With a 14,500km estimated range, the DF-41 is the first ...

Interview: Chinese president's Czech visit to add impetus to bilateral ties, "16+1" cooperation
A staff member (R) of a wine exhibitor from Bulgaria introduces their products during the Central and Eastern Europe Countries (CEEC) Products Fair in Ningbo, east China's Zhejiang Province, June 9, 2015. Over 200 exhibitors from 16 CEE countries ...

Malaysia summons China ambassador over alleged South China Sea encroachment
About 100 Chinese fishing boats were detected encroaching in Malaysia's waters, Malaysia's state news agency and a coastguard official said last week. Posted 31 Mar 2016 19:57; Updated 31 Mar 2016 20:46. PHOTOS. Malaysia announced on Mar 29, ...

McDonald's to add more than 1500 outlets in China, HK, Korea
Birds fly past a sign of 24-hour McDonald's restaurant at sunrise in Hong Kong, China. Photo: Reuters. mail · print. View all 0 comments. Published: 6:45 PM, March 31, 2016. Updated: 9:44 PM, March 31, 2016. McDonald's Corp plans to add more than 1,500 ...

China Unveils Proposal for $50-Trillion Global Electricity Network
BEIJING — China has unveiled a proposal for a $50-trillion global electricity network that would help fight pollution and the effects of climate change. The plan envisions linking existing and future solar farms, wind turbines and electricity plants ...

China's Muddled Message on North Korea
Trucks move across the bridge linking North Korea with the Chinese border city of Dandong March 3, 2016. (REUTERS/Megha Rajagopalan). This year's Nuclear Security Summit offers a fresh opportunity for Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President ...


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