China and South Korea’s leaders moved on Thursday to mend ties strained by the deployment of a US-developed anti-missile system by Seoul. China’s President Xi Jinping sent a message to his South.. S.China Morning Post
China`s President Xi Jinping pledged to make concerted efforts with South Korea`s President Moon Jae-in to properly address differences between the two countries, the official Xinhua news agency said.. Zee News Also reported by •Reuters •Reuters India
The United States on Tuesday imposed new North Korea-related sanctions, targeting Chinese, as well as Russian, firms and individuals for supporting Pyongyang's weapons programs. Justin Mitchell.. Source: News Video Online -
Republican leaders have criticized President Trump after he blamed "many sides" for violence at a white supremacist rally. Meanwhile, Chinese President Xi Jinping has urged Mr. Trump to exercise.. Source: CBSN -
President Trump is about to launch a crackdown on China's trade practices. Trump will investigate forced intellectual property transfers and alleged patent thefts. The leader warned China's Xi Jinping.. Source: Wibbitz Top Stories -
Groundbreaking! Aggressive! Bold! Several heroic adjectives have been used by the Chinese state media to describe the “mixed-ownership” restructuring of China Unicom, a step in President Xi.. S.China Morning Post
China's second aircraft carrier is likely to start its first sea trials soon with the development to be presented as a key achievement of President Xi Jinping at the ruling Communist Party's Congress.. DNA
Petitions lodged against the government dropped across mainland China by a quarter last year compared with 2013, state media reported, after a drive to encourage citizens to settle politically.. S.China Morning Post
By Bhaskar Roy*
The incessant vitriolic attacks on India from the Chinese official media, the foreign ministry and the defense ministry on the Doklam issue is becoming tiresome.
The tirade has.. Eurasia Review
China may move about three to five lakh people out of Beijing to a new city being built on its outskirts to ease pressure on the capital, a media report has said.
China is currently building the big.. Deccan Herald
As Malaysia’s trade and investment with China grows a new dimension has emerged in the relationship between Malaysia, China, and the local ethnic Chinese community. Malaysian Chinese have to.. Eurasia Review
Hong Kong businesses signed agreements worth HK$159 billion on Tuesday with companies in the southwestern province of Sichuan, as part of efforts to boost cooperation under Chinese President Xi.. S.China Morning Post
When we discussed the latest monthly Chinese credit data reported by the PBOC, we pointed out something which to most pundits was broadly seen as success by the Politburo in its deleveraging efforts:.. Zero Hedge
Cambridge University Press made a U-turn today on a decision to prevent Chinese users from viewing some content.
The publisher said it will no longer suppress articles on subjects which the Chinese.. City A.M.
While overnight equity, bond and FX markets traded in a narrow range as a result of scarce mid-summer liquidity, mounting Trump administration and geopolitical concerns and uncertainties ahead of.. Zero Hedge
The timing of Doklam standoff is not propitious for Chinese President Xi Jinping, who will be hosting BRICS heads of states early next month and also hoping to get approval for his third term at 19th.. India Today
It was two years ago, in June of 2015, when just as the Shanghai Composite was flirting with 5,000 and when literally the local banana stand guy was trading stocks, that the Chinese stock bubble burst,.. Zero Hedge
China will officially start operation of the world’s fastest train service next month, knocking an hour off the 1,318km journey between Beijing and Shanghai. Seven pairs of bullet trains – named.. S.China Morning Post
Chinese President Xi Jinping's government has beaten expectations in its drive to help clear the nation's notoriously smoggy skies by burning less coal and oil in favor of cleaner natural gas. Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
By Jim Garamone
The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has wrapped up a trip to South Korea, China and Japan that had been planned months ago, but it could not have happened at a better.. Eurasia Review