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Hong Kong pro-democracy leaders escape jail on protest charges
Three leaders of Hong Kong's "Umbrella Revolution" avoided jail Monday over 2014 pro-democracy protests as a court said political tension would not sway its judgement, in a city divided by Beijing's tightening grip.
 
Love of milk leads to a lifelong career
Theo Spierings had deep experience from a range of leadership roles before he landed the job as chief executive officer of New Zealand's Fonterra Cooperative Group, the world's biggest dairy exporter known for its high-end milk products.
 
Pension funds cut to bone in more provinces
China's pension insurance balance of urban employees and urban and rural residents added up to four trillion, according to the Annual Report on Social Security Development 2015, Southern Metropolis Daily reported on Monday.
 
Guangdong has overtaken Beijing in the number of ultra-rich individuals, according to a latest report released on August 15.
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Artworks get a dose of reality
The ongoing supply-side reform has injected a much-needed dose of reality into China's hyped-up artwork market, experts said.
 
Sony China seeks local synergy
Led by Hiroshi Takahashi, it is rolling up its digital sleeves to vie with LeTV and Xiaomi
 
China will propose a joint initiative to revive weak global growth at next month's meeting of leaders of Group of 20 major economies amid rising protectionist sentiment in the United States and Europe, officials said Monday.
 
Nepalis flocking to annual haat bazaars in Tibet
Chinese traders have set up annual haat bazaars on the Tibetan side of Hyajimar-Mugu and Kyatochhongra-Dolpa border points.
 
Mainland China retail sales growth slows in July
Mainland China's retail sales growth slowed sharply in July, statistics showed Friday, missing expectations in a disappointing sign for the world's second-largest economy as the mainland China authorities look to consumer demand to push growth.
 
Land prices going higher in 2nd half
Surging land prices in major cities will probably squeeze real estate developers' profit margins in the second half of the year, said industry analysts on Wednesday.
 
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