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Five Ways To Measure Your China Risk
China's economy is slowing and that makes its government particularly sensitive about how its citizens feel about it. One of the ways the Chinese government has always sought to placate its own citizens is by getting tough on foreign businesses. China ...

China Refuses to Grant Hong Kong Visas to British Lawmakers
BEIJING — China has said it would deny a group of British members of Parliament entry into Hong Kong after the lawmakers signaled they were going to look into the handling of the pro-democracy protests there, the chairman of the group said. Richard ...

Stocks head lower on signs of weakness in China and a weak start to US holiday ...
Stocks head lower on signs of weakness in China and a weak start to US holiday ...

Avolon Rejects China AVIC Capital Bid for Majority Stake
AVIC Capital Co. (600705)'s plans to purchase aircraft lessor Avolon Holdings Ltd. (AVOL:US) suffered a blow after the Irish firm rejected a bid from the Chinese company to buy a majority stake. The financing arm of local planemaker Aviation Industry ...

China Says British Lawmakers Would Be Barred From Hong Kong
BEIJING — China has said it will deny a group of British members of Parliament entry into Hong Kong after the lawmakers signaled they were going to look into the handling of the pro-democracy protests there, the chairman of the group said. Richard ...

Family memorial for Nanjing Massacre victims held in Nanjing
NANJING, Dec. 1 (Xinhua) -- A memorial for the victims of Nanjing Massacre was held in the city on Monday, as a prelude for the upcoming first national memorial day. The mourning activities were held in the Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall and will last ...

Xi outlines 'big country diplomacy' for China
HONG KONG — China must establish "big country diplomacy with Chinese characteristics," President Xi Jinping said in a speech that laid out his goals for making the nation a major strategic power, a further sign he's jettisoned a long- standing policy ...

China Orders Stricter Checks on Local Debt as Sales Surge
China is tightening checks on local bond sales in its latest bid to reduce risks as debt loads surge to a record amid slowing economic growth. Underwriters must provide audit reports on local government financing vehicles, or the region in which they ...

Chinese Workers Should Work Less, Spend More, Report Says
Stop working long hours — it's bad for your health and the country's economic growth. That's the message academics want to send to China's 769 million workers. The Chinese economy—the world's second-largest– has long benefited from its hardworking ...

Why is China feeling unloved? Look to Hong Kong and Taiwan.
The ongoing student-led occupation of Hong Kong streets, and an electoral drubbing of the pro-China party in Taiwan on Nov. 29, are both about China keeping its distance. By Peter Ford, Staff Writer December 2, 2014. close. From left, Isabella Lo ...

China to Send Filmmakers to Countryside for "Ideological Training"
In the latest in what is being seen as a crackdown on cultural affairs in the country, China's media watchdog wants to send filmmakers and TV producers to the countryside "to do field study and experience life." The move, that chimes with the ...

Anti-foreigner propaganda is not spiking in China
Has the Chinese government led by Xi Jinping dramatically increased anti-foreign propaganda in its official media over the past year? The New York Times made this argument in a widely cited article on Nov. 11. It cited as evidence a Nov. 9 article in ...

France to help China in hunt for corruption suspects
PARIS (Reuters) - France is ready to help China track down people suspected of corruption who may be on French soil, and does not rule out extraditing any it finds to Beijing, a justice ministry official said. As part of an anti-corruption drive under ...

'Interstellar' charts course in China to become No. 2 import of 2014
“Interstellar” rocketed past the $100-million mark in China last week and is charting a course to be the second-highest grossing imported film of 2014. Christopher Nolan's space epic added nearly $23.3 million to its haul in the seven days ending ...

China's Left-Behind Children are Lonely, Underperforming and Sad
China has an estimated 61 million “left-behind children”—the youth who grow up in the countryside separated from their migrant worker parents. Now a new survey details the problems facing this alienated generation, who are usually raised by relatives, ...

Brown says U.S. needs to take tougher stance on China
Sen. Sherrod Brown spoke at the Council on Foreign Relations about taking a stronger stance on China. WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — Too often, the U.S. seems to place a higher value on dialogue and engagement with China than on China's ...

Taiwan, Hong Kong a Challenge for China's Xi
Poll defeats, pro-democracy protests a challenge for China's Xi in handling Taiwan, Hong Kong. In this Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014, file photo, supporters of Taiwan's. Supporters of Taiwan's ruling Nationalist Party watch TV for the election results in ...

U.S. Seeks More Evidence From China to Pursue Fugitive Officials
China must provide more evidence about fugitive graft suspects it wants returned from American soil, a U.S. official said as the two countries began annual talks on law-enforcement cooperation in Beijing today. The departments of Justice and Homeland ...

China Trainmakers Seek Approval of Plan to Combine
China's two biggest trainmakers sought state approval for a plan to combine their businesses, the official Xinhua News Agency reported, a move aimed at boosting exports of the country's high speed rail technology. The planned merger between China CNR ...

China bolsters support for farm sector with tax breaks
BEIJING Dec 3 (Reuters) - China is increasing its support for agriculture by renewing select tax breaks that have expired, the government said on Wednesday, in another move to support the real economy. China's stumbling economy this year has pared ...

Black Friday For China In Oil
While consumers were busy scouring online retailers for bargains, or slugging it out in stores, the oil market provided a further Black Friday boost for oil consumers - particularly China. OPEC's decision to hold production steady - in the face of ...

S. Africa President, Top Ministers Talk Investment on China State Visit
JOHANNESBURG—. South Africa's president arrived in China Wednesday for a high-level state visit, along with a crew of heavy-hitters from South Africa's top ministries. The visit is another step forward in South Africa's treasured relationship with its ...

China Wants What's in Your Phone as Chips Replace Oil
The Chinese government's hearty appetite for oil and gas acquisitions to feed its economy is starting to give way to something most people carry with them in their pockets: semiconductors. Chinese companies spent almost $5 billion in five major chip ...

What clean-up? China slumps in global corruption rankings
Transparency International's annual index of perceived levels of corruption across the world is out Wednesday, and China has slid 20 places in the ranking to joint 100th, after posting one of the sharpest declines in its index score of all the ...

China 2014/15 soy imports seen up 4.5 pct at 73.5 mln T-chamber
BEIJING Dec 4 (Reuters) - The world's top buyer of soy China is likely to import 73.5 million tonnes in 2014/15 (Oct/Sept), a rise of 4.5 percent from the previous year, as animal feed industry demand is expected to slow, according to an estimate by a ...

Israel is the latest target for China's 'panda diplomacy'
Beijing's famous "panda diplomacy" is finally reaching Israel. This week, China announced that as long as the facility meets the standards needed for the animals, it would soon be loaning two panda bears to a zoo in Haifa. China's practice of giving ...

China Marks Constitution Day Amid Legal Push
China on Thursday marked its first Constitution Day as part of President Xi Jinping's drive to show that the country embraces rule of law while ensuring that the ruling Communist Party holds on to its unrivaled authority. The new holiday was being ...

China to stop harvesting executed prisoners' organs
China has promised to stop harvesting organs from executed prisoners by 1 January, state media report. It has said for many years that it will end the controversial practice. It previously promised to do so by November last year. Death row inmates have ...

CASS Researcher Forecasts Major Bull Market For China In 2015
The Chinese economy is slowing, but the stock market can rally if capital shifts away from shadow banking products and the property market, as is happening. China's new administration wants to expand the role of equity markets as part of the opening of ...

Two Weeks in Beijing
Over much of 2014, David Kroodsma and Lindsey Fransen are riding their bikes across parts of Asia, and sharing what they learn about the climate issues facing the countries they bike through. Six months after leaving Istanbul, after cycling 5,000 miles ...


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