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Tuesday, November 17, 2015
US, Chinese navies train together despite tensions
A U.S. warship began a week-long port call in China Monday, a moment of cooperation as the two Asia-Pacific powerhouses jockey for position in the disputed South China Sea.
Business leaders in the Asia-Pacific are losing confidence in their revenue prospects because of China's cooling economy and perceived higher risks in emerging markets, a survey released Monday showed.
Monday, November 16, 2015
Flood-sparked landslide in Zhejiang kills at least 16, others still missing
A landslide that engulfed homes in China killed at least 16 people, with 21 still missing, as heavy rains brought misery across a swath of the country.
A glossy highway and hundreds of trucks transporting Chinese workers by the thousands: the new Silk Road is under construction in northern Pakistan, but locals living on the border are yet to be convinced they will receive more from it than dust.
Saturday, November 14, 2015
China's new 100-yuan banknote, acclaimed by authorities as bearing high-tech features that make it harder to forge, is being rejected by cash machines, a report said Friday.
Mainland China's slowing economy causes pain
Mainland China's economic troubles have dropped on the doorstep of a sun-weathered house at 18 Edgar St. in Port Hedland on Australia's northwest coast.
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The International Monetary Fund's (IMF) consideration of mainland China's yuan for inclusion in its special drawing right (SDR) basket of elite currencies is on track with a decision possibly this month, Fund spokesman Gerry Rice said Thursday.
Friday, November 13, 2015
Communist leaders allowed China's biggest corporate bond default yet on Thursday in a fresh sign of wrenching economic change as growth slows and Beijing gives market forces a bigger role in its financial system.
China's gray smog has a blue lining: Air improves this year
Lawyer Wu Congsi has asthma and keeps air purifiers whirring away in his office, home and car to counter Beijing's hazardous smog. He prefers to stay inside unless the sky is blue. But this year, he's been able to regularly walk the 15 minutes or so to work.
China use of torture uncurbed by legal reform: Amnesty
His arms were bent behind the chair, his wrists cuffed so tightly his hands swelled.
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