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Fears over enforcement as Beijing bans indoor smoking
June 1 -- The harshest smoking rules ever seen in China go into effect today in Beijing. Bloomberg's Yvonne Man reports on “First Up.” 2. . U.K. Government Plans Lloyds Retail Offering. 0:52. Now watching Up next. U.K. Government Plans Lloyds Retail ...

Cheaper Diapers, Face Cream And Fur Coats, As China Cuts Import Duties To ...
Cheaper Diapers, Face Cream And Fur Coats, As China Cuts Import Duties To ...

China Startup Aims to Prove $800 E-Scooters Can Be Cool Ride
Li Yinan, a former chief technology officer at China's largest Internet search-engine, has started a company developing electric scooters with plans to export them to Europe. Li says the scooter, often seen in China as a poor man's ride, is ripe for a ...

Key China share index produces biggest one-day rise in 2-1/2 years
SHANGHAI China stocks jumped nearly 5 percent on Monday, regaining most of the ground lost in Thursday's sell-off, as investors sitting on growing piles of cash took advantage of that tumble to swoop on shares as a chorus of official media commentary ...

China's Hebei to force firms to buy emission permits from 2016
BEIJING China's biggest steelmaking province, Hebei, will order its big industrial emitters to pay for the pollution they discharge via a regional trading scheme beginning next year, the official Hebei Daily newspaper said on Monday. Last year, seven ...

China's Internet Police Step Out of the Shadows
After years of working in the shadows, China's Internet police are stepping into the light. On Monday, Chinese police officially unveiled an Internet inspection force that it said has long operated in the wings. Internet police units at 50 locations ...

Will China Close Its Doors?
The slogan for the 2008 Beijing Olympics was “Beijing Welcomes You.” Now, seven years later, a draft law targeting foreign institutions — including universities, museums, athletic and cultural groups, professional associations and all nonprofit social ...

Puffing dragon: China's new smoking ban faces economic blowback
Beijing now forbids smoking indoors. But the government agency charged with carrying out the ban also owns the company that makes and sells cigarettes. By Peter Ford, Staff writer June 1, 2015. close. A smoker walks past Chinese national flags in front ...

Xi Jingping + China Going Global Meet...Harlan Coban + the NY Book Expo?
I am a principal (China/Asia Pacific Practice) at the global consulting firm Tompkins International. I provide companies with go to market, expansion, consumer engagement, and supply chain strategies and implementation in China. Key areas of ...

China's home sales pick up in May: survey
HONG KONG China's housing sales in major cities, measured by floor space,. jumped 37.4 percent in May from a year earlier, a private survey showed on Tuesday, helped by government's stimulus policies and developers' push to clear inventories. The jump ...

China's Panchen Lama pledges patriotism in sensitive year
BEIJING A youth named by China as the second-highest figure in Tibetan Buddhism but reviled by many Tibetans as a fake has pledged his patriotism, Chinese state media said on Tuesday, amid a year of sensitive anniversaries for Tibet. Gyaltsen Norbu ...

China Takes Advantage Of A Preoccupied World
Disclosure: The author has no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours. (More...)The author wrote this article themselves, and it expresses their own opinions. The author is not receiving ...

South Korean ferry disaster has more differences than similarities to China ...
South Korean ferry disaster has more differences than similarities to China ...

China is what Americans make of it… sort of
The hard-working staff here at Spoiler Alerts has devoted considerable efforts to telling Americans to calm down when it comes to China — which has shifted public debate approximately “not at all.” With China-watchers asserting that China will be a ...

Relatives of China boat passengers turn anger on govt
SHANGHAI — Huang Jing rushed to the office of the Shanghai Xiehe Tourism Agency as soon as he heard Tuesday morning about the sinking of a riverboat cruise with his brother- and father-in-law and another 456 people on board. He demanded an official ...

China boat disaster death toll likely in hundreds
More than 400 Chinese tourists, many of them thought to be elderly, were still missing late Tuesday after a tour boat sank in the Yangtze River after being hit by a strong storm, possibly a tornado. Thousands of rescuers worked all day to find ...

On China's List: Memory, Market Share, M&A
In the eyes of Western investors, the semiconductor sector is a lousy business. In contrast, China sees chip vendors, especially Chinese chip vendors, as worthy of big investment. Why a huge gap? If recent big mergers like NXP-Freescale, Avago-Broadcom ...

China's Capsize Coverage Takes Uniform Appearance
China's coverage of a deadly capsize on the Yangtze River took on a strikingly uniform presentation in its wall-to-wall domination of Wednesday's front pages. A strong focus was on a single image of the rescue work, with many front-page articles ...

Taiwan Candidate Seeks to Reassure US on China Ties
Taiwan's opposition presidential candidate will look to reassure U.S. officials this week that victory in the January 2016 election for her party, which Beijing views with suspicion, won't revive tensions across the Taiwan Strait. Tsai Ing-wen will ...

China's 3 richest men are in hot water
Li Hejun made his fortune in the clean energy sector, while Wang Jianlin made big bucks in property and entertainment. Jack Ma is the driving force behind Alibaba, one of the world's largest tech companies. But the trio of self-made multi-billionaires ...

Hope fades as families head for stricken China ship
NANJING, China Holding a photo of her husband on her iPad, Chen Suhua recalled their trip to the United States where they spent nine days on a cruise ship sailing to Cuba. Half a year later, the 73-year-old retiree choked back tears as she contemplated ...

How China And India Are Taking On Amazon
China is no longer the Happy Meal toy making economy it used to be. It has a much bigger vision. And part of that vision includes taking what it's learned from Western entrepreneurs and beating them at their own game. Few companies represent this ...

In Tokyo, Philippine leader criticizes China over sea moves
TOKYO — On his sixth visit to Japan in five years, Philippine President Benigno Aquino III on Wednesday criticized China's assertiveness in regional seas, a concern shared by both countries as they deepen their ties. During his four-day visit, Aquino ...

Why China has the upper hand in the South China Sea
Washington's failure in recent years to keep careful watch over what goods are made where — especially when it comes to such vital items as electronics and drugs — means the United States now depends far more on China than vice versa. Back in the ...

420 people still missing in boat disaster in China
BEIJING — Divers battled submerged debris and crews sliced into the upturned hull of a Chinese cruise liner Wednesday in a last-ditch hunt for survivors two days after the ship capsized with 456 people on board. Just 14 people are known to have ...

Power-Hungry China Dismisses Conflict-Fatigued Obama, U.S.
The temperature rose to a searing 114 degrees in Rancho Mirage, California, the day President Barack Obama and his Chinese counterpart President Xi Jinping gave their first joint remarks at the Sunnylands estate two years ago this week. The pair was ...

The Latest on China Boat Sinking: 10 more bodies recovered
(AP Photo/Andy Wong). Villagers watch rescuers work on the capsized ship, background, on the Yangtze River, in Dongshanzhen town, Hunan province, China Thursday, June 4, 2015. Rescuers cut into the upside-down hull of a river cruise ship and pulled ...

China Orders Sunken Ship Operator to Check Safety as Toll Mounts
The operator of a river cruise ship that capsized with more than 450 people aboard was ordered to fix safety issues, the first sign that authorities suspect inadequate precautions contributed to the disaster. The official Xinhua News Agency said 14 ...

China Said to Probe a Relative of Former Central Bank Governor
Chinese authorities are holding for questioning a relative of former central bank Governor Dai Xianglong as part of a probe into economic and financial matters, according to people familiar with the case. Che Feng was placed under investigation earlier ...

Obama's 'Pivot' Policy Toward China in the South China Sea Sure to Backfire
The absence of a realistic United States military/security strategy toward Asia–which is to say, toward China–and the folly of Obama and Hillary Clinton's Asian “pivot”–have rarely been more glaringly apparent than during the past three weeks. As U.S ...


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