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China's long shadow: What the debate over Kashmir has totally failed to notice
Gerard Hendrik (Geert) Hofstede, Dutch researcher, analyst and professor of Organisational Anthropology and International Management at Netherlands' Maastricht University, has an interesting take on the Chinese in his pioneering 'cultural dimension' ...

China's $15 Billion Energy Ambitions Crushed Within Two Weeks
China's infrastructure investors have had a tough two weeks, with plugs being pulled on at least $15 billion of potential deals in nuclear power and electricity distribution. Britain and Australia refused to sign off on investments where state-owned ...

Business groups petition China's premier on cyber rules
BEIJING In a letter addressed to Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, 46 global business groups spanning finance, information technology, insurance and manufacturing urged Beijing to revise its draft cyber rules which they said would hamper trade. The ...

Shattered glass, broken promises a year after Tianjin blasts
A local resident, who identifies herself by the pseudonym Huang Ying and was living next to the site of the explosions on August 12, 2015, wipes her tears during a Reuters interview, at the Binhai new district, Tianjin, China, August 9, 2016. AFP ...

China power plant blast in Dangyang kills at least 21, state media says
An explosion at a power plant in China has killed at least 21 people and injured five, state media says, the latest deadly industrial accident in a country that struggles with poor safety standards. The blast in the city of Dangyang in the central ...

China's Fu Yuanhui: The Happiest Olympian?
Fu Yuanhui of China, left, shows her medal from the 2016 Rio Olympics. (REUTERS/David Gray). Share. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share on В Контакте · Share on Google+ · Email to a Friend. Print. See comments ...

China slams Ausgrid decision as 'absurd' and potentially 'toxic'
Beijing: China has labelled the Australian government's preliminary decision to block the sale of power network Ausgrid to the state-owned China State Grid on national security grounds as "absurd and almost comical" that could transform into a "toxic ...

Blast At Power Station Leaves At Least 21 Dead
The accident comes exactly a year after chemical blasts in the port city of Tianjin left more than 170 people dead. 09:46, UK, Friday 12 August 2016. The accident happened when a high-pressure steam pipe exploded. Video: The explosion tore through a ...

China Slows as Stimulus Impact Wanes
BEIJING—A swath of economic activity—from factory output to investment and retail sales—slowed last month, reflecting renewed weakness in China's economy as the effects of earlier government stimulus wane. Industrial production, long a rough proxy ...

Global business to China: Scrap new cyber rules
China's plan to tighten its grip on the Internet is upsetting companies around the world. Beijing is working on a new cybersecurity law that would, among other things, require information about Chinese citizens and other data collected in China to ...

Japan warns citizens to be wary in China as tensions rise
BEIJING — Japan's embassy in China is urging its citizens to pay more attention to their safety there as sensitive anniversaries and territorial tensions might exacerbate anti-Japanese sentiments. The embassy notice cites the anniversary of the end of ...

Don't Be 'Downhearted', Says China To India About Nuclear Group (NSG) Bid
India must stop blaming China for its failed attempt to enter the NSG, said news agency Xinhua. Beijing: Highlights. Comments as Chinese Foreign Minister visits Delhi; China led opposition to India joining nuclear suppliers group (NSG); Beijing has ...

China GDP growth to fall below 6% by 2020: IMF
China's once-stellar economic growth will grind lower for the next five years and will fall below 6 percent in 2020, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) forecast on Friday. General heavy traffic at Kanglecun, one of the urban villages in Guangzhou ...

Philippines Seeks Peace With China, Special Envoy Says
HONG KONG ― The Philippines wants formal negotiations with China to explore pathways to peace and cooperation, the Southeast Asian nation's special envoy, Fidel Ramos, said on Friday, after a meeting with former Chinese deputy foreign minister Fu ...

China snub puts asset sales at risk
Business is calling for greater clarity on what assets cannot be sold to foreigners, as the last-minute rejection of Chinese bids for NSW electricity assets jeopardises Australia's reputation as a destination for foreign investment. The former chairman ...

China mulls trade pressure on South Korea in dispute over missile shield
China is considering steps such as limiting imports of South Korean goods and services as it seeks to apply pressure on Seoul not to deploy a US missile shield system, according to people familiar with the matter. Authorities are also considering the ...

China's Thirst For Oil Spells Troubling News For Beijing
The U.S., once the poster child of foreign oil dependence, has largely changed its energy future due to its shale oil and gas boom. Though the U.S. energy resurgence created the ongoing oil supply glut with more than two years of downward prices, it ...

China ' s economy stable , restructuring underway
BEIJING - A string of economic data for China in July came in slightly lower than expectations , as widespread flooding disrupted business activity and continued economic restructuring and reform experienced growing pains . The pace of fixed-asset ...

China gives India NSG hope, says door on membership isn't shut yet
Beijing: Ahead of Foreign Minister Wang Yi's visit to India, China's state-run media said on Friday that the door for India's admission into the NSG is "not tightly" closed and New Delhi should "fully comprehend" Beijing's concerns over the disputed ...

Islamic State's threat to China
Pakistani volunteers use a stretcher to move an injured lawyer after the suicide bomb in Quetta. The regional arm of Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack. Photo: AFP. Tom Hussain. Share. PrintEmail. Related topics. This Week in Asia This ...

Crowley: Countries shouldn't go it alone with China — in trade or diplomacy
What do the impending failure of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement and China's bad behaviour in the South China Sea have in common? Everything. And if the TPP is indeed going to fail, Canada and other like-minded countries will need to come ...

IMF's near-term economic outlook for China positive
A truck transfers containers at Qingdao port in Qingdao, east China's Shandong Province, Aug. 8, 2016.(Xinhua/Yu Fangping). WASHINGTON, Aug. 13 (Xinhua) -- The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said Friday that China's near-term economic outlook is ...

China's luxury lifestyles fall prey to the Far East slowdown
Workers on the front line of China's luxury goods and services market are protesting over wage arrears and lay-offs, amid a slowing economy, a war on graft, and changing trends which have seen more consumers buy high-end goods directly from abroad ...

China's 'virtual reality economy' looks much like 1990s Japan, says this investor
Picture the scene: Asia's largest economy, a counterweight to U.S. global hegemony and flush with cash from a near-miraculous expansion that's lasted decades, is on a shopping spree for American assets. The country amasses more worldwide influence, ...

Russian President Vladimir Putin tops China's guest list for G20 summit
President Xi Jinping (left) is welcomed by Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin at the opening ceremony of "The Year of Chinese Tourism in Russia" in Moscow in March 2013. Photo: AFP. Cary Huang · [email protected] ...

Japan to develop missile as tensions with China mount: report
Tokyo - Japan will develop a new land-to-sea missile as part of plans to beef up its defence of remote southern islands, as tensions with China increase over the disputed territory, a report said Sunday. The two countries are locked in a long-running ...

[ed] China errs
China is obligated to clarify whether it has paid North Korea millions of dollars for fishing rights in the West and East Sea, because if they had it could be a flagrant violation of an important United Nations resolution. The government recently ...

Chinese villages in danger of sinking after mines close
A hole and cracks are seen on the roof of an abandoned house in an area... [More]. Tree trunks and rocks are set up to support a leaning wall of Li... [More]. Tree trunks are set up to support a leaning wall of Li Yonghua's... [More]. Abandoned houses ...

Leave politics out of sports and make China's Olympic stars feel at home during Hong Kong visit
There used to be plenty of fanfare when China's Olympic gold medallists visited the city. While boosting patriotic pride here might have been the agenda of the Beijing and Hong Kong governments, the visits also provided local fans with the unique ...

China and India look to strengthen relationship
China and India vowed to enhance their bilateral ties and to cooperate in hosting the upcoming Group of 20 (G20) summit in Hangzhou as well as another meeting between emerging-market nations. The pledge was made at a meeting between Chinese ...


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