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China opens 'largest' embassy in Pakistan
China has opened a new embassy in Pakistan, its “largest overseas” diplomatic mission, which Foreign Minister Wang Yi described as a symbol of friendship between the “all weather” allies. “As China's largest overseas embassy, it is a symbol of ...

Jack Ma Says Alibaba At "Most Critical Moment" As China Starts New Investigation
On Friday, China's powerful National Development and Reform Commission announced it was probing e-commerce businesses to ensure a “fair” market. The NDRC said it would “organize and develop special inspections into the online retail sector's pricing ...

UPDATE 1-China's $40 bln Silk Road fund starts work along PE lines - c.bank
(Adds c.bank statement, paragraphs 3 and 4). SHANGHAI Feb 16 (Reuters) - China's $40 billion Silk Road infrastructure fund has started work along the lines of a long-term private equity (PE) venture to boost businesses in countries and regions along ...

China takes down senior leader amid anti-corruption campaign
BEIJING — A former top official accused of taking bribes in return for government positions has been expelled from the ruling Communist party and stripped of all government positions, a party watchdog said Monday. Su Rong, a former provincial party ...

China to scrap temporary residence permits: Xinhua
SHANGHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) - China promised on Sunday to abolish all temporary residence permits for its citizens, taking a small step that some experts said does not address deeper problems in the nation's household registration system. All Chinese ...

China stocks rise for 6th straight day as poor data fans policy hopes
SHANGHAI Feb 16 (Reuters) - China stocks recorded their sixth straight session of gains in thin trading on Monday, as expectations of further government stimulus were reinforced by weak economic data ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday. Data published ...

Taiwan appoints military official as new China affairs chief
TAIPEI (Reuters) - A military official and former deputy minister of foreign affairs was named on Monday as the head of Taiwan's China policy-making body. The previous chief announced his resignation last week. Andrew Hsia, currently the Deputy ...

Will Investors Warm to a Shenzhen Connect?
The tepid performance of a trading link between Shanghai and Hong Kong may make investors think twice about getting excited about adding new connections – notably to Shenzhen, China's third stock exchange. Despite marking the biggest opening of ...

Shanghai OnStar's Diane Jurgens and her grand China adventure
If staying busy is the secret to happiness, Diane Jurgens can tell you all about it. Jurgens runs operations and strategic planning as managing director of Shanghai OnStar, which provides telematics for cars throughout China, leading an organization of ...

Tighter online controls in China point to wider clampdown
BEIJING — Working out of a Beijing office full of video game designers from around the world, Chinese-born Pin Wang and his startup Substantial Games should be the face of the innovative, forward-looking China that the country's leaders say they want ...

China's Singing Censors Cause a Stir Online
A stirring online video of a chorus of China's cyber-censors singing a song called "The Spirit of Cyberspace" about how noble and great their job is, has caused an online sensation in China. At a Lunar New Year Internet Media Gala to celebrate Chinese ...

China Investigates Former Senior Official Accused of Taking Bribes
BEIJING—A former top official accused of taking bribes in return for government positions is under criminal investigation, Chinese prosecutors said Tuesday, a day after he was expelled from the ruling Communist Party and stripped of all government ...

Shanghai Dampens Lunar New Year Events After Deadly Stampede
Officials have put the brakes on some popular Chinese New Year events in big cities in the wake of a deadly stampede in Shanghai last month, leaving some observers complaining of a dampened mood and a kill-joy bureaucracy. Shanghai canceled its ...

China stocks hit 3-week highs as property shares up on price data
SHANGHAI Feb 17 (Reuters) - China shares rose to three-week highs on Tuesday, underpinned by gains in property firms after data showed some signs that housing prices were starting to stabilise in the country's biggest cities. Average new home prices in ...

Report: China building new islands in disputed waters
Hong Kong (CNN) China is building a "significant presence" in disputed waters in the South China Sea through land reclamation, new analysis shows. Satellite images from late January analyzed by IHS Jane's Defence Weekly show that China is reclaiming ...

China orders compensation to acquitted death row prisoner
BEIJING (Reuters) - A court in China's southern city of Fuzhou ordered compensation of 1.14 million yuan ($182,000) to a former death row prisoner who was acquitted on charges of poisoning two children, state media said on Tuesday. The rare acquittal ...

China Considering Mergers Among Its Big State Oil Companies
BEIJING—China is considering forging megamergers among its big state oil companies, seeking to create new national champions able to take on the likes of Exxon Mobil Corp. and produce greater efficiencies at a time of low prices. At the request of ...

China man gets $246000 for six years on death row
BEIJING - A Chinese man who was freed after six years on death row following a wrongful murder conviction was paid $189,000 in compensation, state media said Tuesday, amid anger at the flawed legal system. Nian Bin, a former food-stall owner who was ...

Tesla Overestimates The China Market
Wanted: Head of China for Tesla, a $25 billion Wall Street darling whose “disruptive technology” provides Chinese auto buyers with an attractive, environmentally friendly product. This position offers the right candidate the opportunity to develop ...

Thousands Fleeing Myanmar Fighting Cross Into China
BEIJING—. Intense fighting between rebels and Myanmar's army has forced thousands of people to flee across the border into China's southern province Yunnan to seek shelter and safety. The conflict is raising concern here in China as officials ...

Why Is America's New Security Strategy to Target China?
BEIJING -- On February 6th 2015, U.S. President Barack Obama released an updated national security strategy. The National Security Strategy Report acts as a comprehensive statement articulating the worldwide interests, goals and objectives of the ...

Across China: Sorrows of China's "unconnected group" in Internet age
NANCHANG, Feb. 18 (Xinhua) -- This year Yang Jiusheng made a secret New Year's resolution: To master the instant messaging service WeChat on his smartphone. This will be no easy task for the 66-year-old retiree from Ruijin City in east China's Jiangxi ...

China holiday makes business, cultural waves around world
HONG KONG — Decades ago the Chinese New Year holiday, also known as Spring Festival, had little impact outside of China. But as the country gained outsized economic influence, the holiday, which has enormous cultural significance in the ...

Green Fireworks: Can China's Smoky, Noisy Tradition Get a Reboot?
If Wang Xinming has any say in the matter, China's war on smog would turn its guns on Chinese tradition itself, or at least one part of it. Described by the state-run Xinhua News Agency as the employee of an oil company, Mr. Wang has invented a Chinese ...

Meet the 'rat tribe' living in Beijing's underground city
(CNN) Zhang Qiuli is a pedicurist. Zhao Dan has a room barely wider than a single bed. Zhang Hao has left his one-year-old son thousands of miles away to "make it" in China's capital. Together they are members of what the Chinese press unkindly refer ...

Getting ready for China Med 2015
Since 1989, China Med has been growing as an authoritative platform for industry leaders to showcase their latest technological offerings in an engaging, hands-on atmosphere. On March 26, 2015, this year's show will kick off at the China National ...

China mulls mergers among its big state oil companies
BEIJING — China's leadership is exploring ways to consolidate the country's oil industry, creating new national champions able to take on the likes of Exxon MobilCorp. XOM, -1.61% and operate more efficiently as prices slide. One option being studied ...

China To Require Real-Name Registration For Online Services And Bans On ...
China To Require Real-Name Registration For Online Services And Bans On ...

What to Do in Beijing
It seems like only yesterday that Beijing had its much-ballyhooed “coming out” party — the 2008 Summer Olympics — but things don't slow down much in China's frenetic capital. Already, the city is eyeing another Olympics bid (it's one of two finalists ...

China Lowers Holdings of U.S. Treasuries as Reserve Growth Slows
(Bloomberg) -- China's holdings of U.S. government debt declined for a fourth straight month in December and ended the year lower as the world's second-largest economy slows the growth of its foreign-exchange reserves. China, the largest foreign holder ...


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