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Dow says chemistry is just right for growth
Against a backdrop of reports that some multinationals are pulling back their low-end manufacturing operations from China in the face of struggles with rising labor costs and growing competition from local rivals, Dow Chemical Chief Executive Andrew Liveris is resolute, saying: "That's not Dow."
 
China has destroyed hundreds of homes at center of Tibetan Buddhist learning
The government says its for "renovations," but Tibetans aren't happy.
 
Chinese and South Korean officials want to make up
Officials from the two countries meet for the second day, with the THAAD missile system expected to come up for discussion.
 
Stories of Hong Kong: Hopes and fears on landmark anniversary
Divided by age, wealth and politics, Hong Kongers will mark the 20th anniversary of its transfer from Britain back to China with contrasting emotions.
 
US aircraft intercepted by Chinese jets
U.S. slams actions in East China Sea as "unprofessional."
 
China issues warning for new ransomware virus
China has urged Windows users to protect themselves against a new ransomware virus similar to the WannaCry bug that wreaked havoc worldwide last week.
 
Snowden lashes out at Hong Kong for rejecting refugees
The refugees whose bids were rejected were those who sheltered Snowden while he was hiding out in the city.
 
China is in a tizzy about the ransomware's impact on universities
Claims of malicious software being widespread are malicious rumors, officials say.
 
Xi says Silk Road plan boosts finance, security ties
Chinese President Xi Jinping called Sunday for closer cooperation among countries across Asia and Europe in areas from anti-terrorism to finance, as officials from dozens of governments met to promote a Beijing-led initiative to expand trade links across the region.
 
China decries protectionism, but Europeans rain on Silk Road parade
Chinese President Xi Jinping criticised protectionism on Monday at a summit positioning Beijing as a champion of globalisation, but some European nations challenged Beijing to address concerns about its own trade practices.
 
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