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Oil falls as glut fears return, China data eyed | Reuters
TOKYO Crude futures fell in early trading in Asia on Friday as concerns about a global oil glut returned to the fore and traders wait on data from China, which is expected to report its lowest growth rate since 2009. Brent crude futures LCOc1 were down ...

Beijing faces South China Sea rebuke at Europe-Asia summit
Philippine Foreign Affairs Secretary Perfecto Yasay Jr., left, shakes hands with Mongolia's past vice minister of foreign affairs Choinkhor, right, as he arrives at Chinggis Khaan International Airport ahead of the ASEM summit in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia ...

US Navy's top admiral to visit China, discuss South China Sea
A worker of a restaurant bar prepares to hoist a Chinese national flag near a drawing of the country with the words “China, South China Sea, China's territory right does not need arbitration” in Beijing, Wednesday, July 13, 2016. China warned other ...

Asian shares surge on solid China data, optimism on earnings
A man looks at an electronic stock board of a securities firm in Tokyo, Friday, July 15, 2016. Asian shares were higher Friday after China reported steady economic growth in the second quarter of the year. Stocks also tracked a bullish session ...

As China's Economy Slows, Beijing's Growth Push Loses Punch
The construction site for a coal-fired power plant in Leizhou, China. It is among projects approved by the government as part of a push for economic revival. Credit Lam Yik Fei for The New York Times. LEIZHOU, China — Mo Ping for years made his living ...

China Growth Steadies on Consumer, Dimming Stimulus Expectations
China's growth stabilized as lending and consumer spending picked up, suggesting the economy is responding to stepped up policy support. Start your day with what's moving markets. Get our markets daily newsletter. Sign Up. Business. Your daily briefing ...

Real-Life 'Barbarians at the Gate' Heats Up in China
A takeover battle for the world's largest home-builder by revenue, Vanke Group, is brewing in China, and some Chinese people are wondering if it's becoming their version of "Barbarians at the Gate." Photo: Reuters. Transcript. This transcript has been ...

China Says 'Cannot Lose One Centimetre' Of Disputed Area
Beijing: In the wake of the international tribunal rejecting its claims in the disputed South China Sea, China today said the issue of sovereignty was the nation's "bottom line" and the country "cannot lose one centimetre" of the area it claims. "The ...

China holds 53 people in investigation of deadly landslide
BEIJING (AP) — China's Cabinet said Friday that 53 people are in custody in an investigation into a landslide that killed 73 people and left four others missing in the southern city of Shenzhen last year. The State Council's investigation report said ...

There are more than 20 million Muslims in China. For some, piety is a dangerous political act.
Chinese riot police watch a Muslim ethnic Uighur woman protest in Urumqi in China's far west Xinjiang province on July 7, 2009. Peter Parks/AFP/Getty Images. For devout Muslims, Ramadan, the lunar month when they fast from dawn to dusk, is a time for ...

From the Baltic to the South China Sea, Russia and China See One Foe -- the U.S.
VLADIVOSTOK, Russia — On July 8 and 9, at the NATO summit in Warsaw, leaders of the Western world met to “reinforce our collective defense ... at a defining moment for the security of our nations and populations.” Just three days later in The Hague, ...

Some in China fear Pokemon 'invasion'
BEIJING • Not everyone loves Pokemon Go, the mobile game that has become an instant hit around the world since a limited release came out just a week ago. The augmented reality game - in which players walk around real-life neighbourhoods to hunt and ...

Group Helps North Korean Children Flee Statelessness in China
A South Korean Christian missionary organization is helping some of the thousands of children of North Korean defectors living in China. The group works to help the children escape the difficulty of being “stateless” and suffering lives of poverty and ...

Hong Kong demands that candidates take pro-China pledge, threatens prison if they won't
In an unprecedented move, Hong Kong electoral officials are asking all candidates running for the legislature in September to pledge under oath that the territory is an inalienable part of China. The measure, announced Thursday, two days before the ...

China second-quarter residential land prices rise more than in first-quarter: ministry
BEIJING China's residential land prices rose faster in the second quarter than in the previous three months, while those for industrial land posted slower growth, a report from the Ministry of Land & Resources said. Residential land prices in 105 ...

China Has Defied International Law, Now What? Experts Speak Out
On Tuesday, The Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague handed China a scathing rebuke, ruling overwhelmingly in favor of the Philippines case brought against China's vast and often ambiguous South China Sea claims. China claims more than 80% ...

China Cites Negligence as Cause of Landslide That Killed 73
Rescue workers searching for survivors after a landslide in Shenzhen, China, in December. Credit Chinatopix, via Associated Press. BEIJING — A landslide of dirt and construction debris that killed 73 people in the city of Shenzhen in December was ...

An Unfinished Bridge, and Partnership, Between Russia and China
NIZHNELENINSKOYE, Russia — Trumpeted for the past decade as an emblem of Russia's destiny as an Asian as well as a European power, the huge steel bridge thrusts out from the Chinese side of the Amur River, stretching more than a mile across the ...

John Key: Indonesia trade trip about increasing opportunities, avoiding reliance on China
Prime Minister John Key says Indonesia's young population presents a number of opportunities for Kiwi businesses. New Zealand must build trade with countries like Indonesia to avoid "having all our eggs in the Chinese basket", Prime Minister John Key ...

Calls for the Government to show it is 'in control' over China trade war threats
The Government needs to reassure exporters over apparent threats from China if sanctions are slapped on its steel, Labour says. Highly-placed sources confirmed China is applying pressure in an attempt to sway regulators at the Ministry of Business, ...

China may clarify boundary claims after court ruling
A worker of a restaurant in Beijing puts up a banner which partly reads: "South China Sea is China's territory." AP. by Andrew Chubb. Beneath its surface-level bluster, China's authoritative response to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the ...

China will struggle to maintain growth pace for wages: statistics bureau
BEIJING Wages in China kept pace with economic growth in the first half of 2016 but maintaining that will be difficult, the country's statistics bureau said on Sunday. It cited issues such as overcapacity in China's coal and steel sectors as well as ...

China Finds New Way To Tank Its Economy
Saturday, Hong Kong's South China Morning Post reported that Chinese craft were about to leave port to fish in the exclusive economic zones of other states. Moreover, the paper reported that the Chinese have resumed blocking Philippine fishing boats ...

China's challenges are not the same as Japan's – they're worse
Open a newspaper nowadays and you're bound to find comparisons of China with early-1990s Japan: growth slowing, monetary stimulus leading to bad debts and financial bubbles, demographics heading inexorably towards a population that won't match ...

China's crude oil imports for June raise more questions than answers
China's crude oil import figures for June have raised more questions than answers. Growth in overall apparent demand and actual import figures is diverging, leading analysts to wonder where all the oil is going. “There is a bone of contention in ...

India Hardly Trades With China - And Why That's Not Changing: Foreign Media
General view of the Indo-China Sherathang Trade Mart near the Nathula Pass, East Sikkim. Deep in the Himalayas some three miles above sea level, Indian security forces and Chinese soldiers gaze at each other through a barbed-wire fence while trucks ...

China to hold Party officials accountable for poor leadership
BEIJING, July 17 (Xinhua) -- The Communist Party of China (CPC) on Sunday published a regulation that holds Party officials accountable for poor leadership. The new regulation introduced an internal Party accountability mechanism to be applied across ...

China evacuates embassy staff and medics from Juba
China evacuated dozens of Chinese embassy staff and citizens from the South Sudanese capital, Juba, on the weekend as fierce fighting continued between rival forces in the city, state-run Xinhua reported on Sunday. A delegation led by Major General Su ...

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AUSTRALIA would be unwise to conduct a very provocative freedom of navigation exercise in the South China Sea, an adviser to China's government says. Freedom of navigation (FON), is a principle of customary international law that, apart from the ...

Slowing China home price rises add to doubts about economy
BEIJING Home price rises in China slowed in June for a second straight month, adding to fears that a construction-led rebound in the economy may not be sustainable. The property market is a key driver of the world's second-largest economy and a robust ...


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