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  • China steps up support for lagging northeast rustbelt region

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China has announced fresh policy measures to support the lagging northeastern region, including quickening infrastructure investment and opening up state firms to private investment. Premier Li Keqiang has already pledged to provide...
  • Police arrest 511 after Hong Kong democracy rally

    Police arrest 511 after Hong Kong democracy rally
    Police in Hong Kong on Wednesday arrested at least 511 demonstrators who refused to leave city streets following one of the largest pro-democracy protests in the former British territory since its return to Chinese rule in 1997. Demonstrators were...
  • Hong Kong votes in unofficial democracy poll in defiance of China

    Hong Kong votes in unofficial democracy poll in defiance of China
    More than 780,000 votes were cast by Sunday, the final day of an unofficial referendum on democratic reforms in Hong Kong, part of a civil campaign that has been branded illegal by local and mainland Chinese authorities. Hong Kong, a free-wheeling,...
  • 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' China Sponsor Demands $1.8 Mil Investment Back

    A sponsorship dispute over "Transformers: Age of Extinction" heated up Tuesday after briefly cooling off this week. Beijing Pangu Investment Co., a real estate developer who was brought on to the production's Chinese marketing campaign, is suing two...
  • Risk-averse China seen pushing back plans to free yuan

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China is quietly pushing back its loose timetable to make the yuan freely convertible, policy insiders say, as authorities fear removing capital controls too soon could unleash damaging speculative flows that will make it harder to...
  • As China row smolders, Vietnam rethinks its business plans

    HANOI (Reuters) - A train from Vietnam's border with China pulls up at a station in Hanoi as dawn breaks, ready to unload goods for trade at what was for years the capital's most bustling wholesale market. The freight load is smaller than it used to be,...
  • China July data to give clues on recovery strength, more stimulus

    BEIJING (Reuters) - A raft of China data over the coming week will give the first indications of the economy's third-quarter performance, after conflicting signals suggested that more stimulus measures may be needed to ensure a sustained recovery....
  • China warns of corporate bond market risks, may raise threshold: sources

    SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's top economic planner has warned of increasing risk in the country's corporate bond market and will probably raise the threshold for new issues in the part of the market it regulates, sources with direct knowledge of the matter...
  • Malaysia struggles to cope with second air tragedy

    Malaysia struggles to cope with second air tragedy
    Malaysia reeled Friday from its second commercial air disaster this year as family members mourned passengers of a downed jetliner and investors sold off shares of a once-admired national carrier that has become a byword for calamity. The crash of...
  • China's Alibaba Pictures Confirms Zhang Qiang as CEO

    HONG KONG -- Alibaba Pictures Group, the newly-formed film-making division of China's e-commerce giant Alibaba, confirmed Zhang Qiang as its new chief executive. Zhang, whose appointment was unofficially announced by the media last month, makes the...
  • China imposes intrusive rules on Uighurs in Xinjiang

    China imposes intrusive rules on Uighurs in Xinjiang
    Forget privacy. Chinese authorities here want to know what you eat and when you eat it. How you style your hair, how you dress, and what songs are on your iPad or smartphone. Stung by a string of terrorist attacks by Uighurs, members of a Muslim...
  • Collapse of buildings in China quake renews fears of poor construction

    BEIJING Heavy rains on Monday complicated rescue efforts in south China's mountainous Yunnan province, where a major earthquake Sunday killed at least 398 people and injured more than 2,000 others. Roads were blocked and telecommunications down in and...