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HK bookseller defies Beijing by leading protest
A Hong Kong bookseller who said he was blindfolded, interrogated and detained in mainland China led a protest march Saturday defying Beijing as pressure grows for authorities to answer questions over the case.
 
Police have locked down a village in southern China to ward off fresh anti-corruption protests nearly five years after an uprising there made it an internationally known symbol of grass-roots defiance against the mainland's ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
 
A Chinese regulator has ordered Apple Inc. to stop selling two versions of its iPhone 6 in Beijing after finding they look too much like a competitor, but Apple says sales are going ahead while it appeals.
 
Floods in S. China kill 25, displace thousands
A week of torrential rain in southern China has killed 25 people and displaced 33,200 residents, including many in China's poor, remote regions, officials said.
 
All you need is bullish ambition
Andy Palmer is convinced his dealings with China give him a firm grip on his role as Aston Martin's CEO, saying the reality is that there is a lot of growth and building that can be done by working with Chinese institutions.
 
Midea bids for control of German robot-maker Kuka with $5.16b
Midea Group, China's biggest maker of home appliances based in Foshan, Guangdong province, launched on Thursday a voluntary public tender offer for all shares above its current 13.5 percent stake in Kuka AG, a global technology leader in robotics and automation.
 
While China continues to face the realities of an economic slowdown and the challenges associated with its structural transformation, companies-especially industry leaders-have not tightened their budgets for human capital but are still making long-term investment in their staff, seeing them as core assets.
 
Didi Chuxing has completed a $7.3 billion round of financing-a huge chunk of money that will give China's largest ride-hailing platform a bigger war chest to fend off Uber Technologies Inc in its home market.
 
Hong Kong lawmakers say residents have been left "petrified" by explosive revelations from a city bookseller about his detention in mainland China and have slammed Beijing for violating freedoms.
 
'Distinctly Chinese' Disney park opens in Shanghai
Walt Disney Co. opened Shanghai Disneyland, its first theme park in China, with a lavish celebration Thursday featuring Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leaders, a children's choir, Sleeping Beauty and other Disney characters.
 
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