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Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Yuan devaluation could have impact on Chinese buyers of American homes
As China's wealthy have grown more prosperous, many have carved out a premium slice of the American Dream.
Switzerland's Zurich Insurance said Monday it faces losses of some 243 million euros (US$275 million) following last month's industrial disaster in Tianjin, China.
Monday, September 21, 2015
150 sick in China from drill smoke inhalation
More than 150 students fell ill in northwest China after breathing in smoke from a mock air defense evacuation drill, state media reported Sunday.
U.S. entertainment giant Warner Bros. plans a venture with China Media Capital to develop films for distribution in China and globally, according to a statement Sunday, as Hollywood seeks a greater share of the massive market.
Sunday, September 20, 2015
Mainland China leader Xi Jinping has told Rupert Murdoch that Western media organizations are "welcome" in China, despite the continued blocking of numerous foreign websites for their reporting on the country.
Saturday, September 19, 2015
Several mainland Chinese officials have been detained after a farmer being evicted from his home burned to death, state media reported, following outrage over local authorities' claims that he set himself on fire.
Mainland China's top stock market regulator said Friday nearly 20 companies would be fined for "illegal market activities," as it struggles to restore confidence after a months long share price rout.
China said Friday that the U.S. had repatriated an "economic fugitive," days ahead of a trip by mainland China leader Xi Jinping to Washington, despite lacking an extradition treaty.
Friday, September 18, 2015
The illicit timber trade between Myanmar and mainland China is rebounding to near its peak of a decade ago as loggers push deeper into Myanmar to strip its forests, according to a report released Thursday by an environmental group.
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
A Chinese scholar who helped an activist escape house arrest has been released from jail conditionally, his lawyer said Tuesday, a move that comes ahead of Chinese leader Xi Jinping's visit to Washington later this month.
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