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  • Susan Rice goes to China in bid to salvage relations before Obama visit

    BEIJING Susan E. Rice makes her first visit to China Sunday as national security adviser, and it comes with numerous uncertainties: Can she help shore up relations between testy super powers? Can she restore credibility to President Barack Obama's goal of...
  • Japan's Abe steals a march on China with South Asia tour

    DHAKA/COLOMBO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe flew to Bangladesh on Saturday for a two-stop tour of South Asia as the globe-trotting leader asserts Tokyo's interest in a region where it has ceded influence to China. Abe becomes the first...
  • China limits options for Hong Kong election

    BEIJING China's top legislative body on Sunday struck a blow to democracy advocates in Hong Kong, ruling that Beijing can effectively veto candidates it deems undesirable from seeking the region's top leadership job in a 2017 election. The decision,...
  • China's Xi urges army to create strategy for information warfare

    BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese President Xi Jinping has said China will spur military innovation and called on the army to create a new strategy for "information warfare" as the country embarks on military reform, state media said on Saturday. Xi heads...
  • China tells journalists to learn 'Marxist news values'

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China ordered its journalists on Saturday to learn "Marxist news values" and uphold the principles of news as prescribed by the ruling Communist Party, the latest step in President Xi Jinping's crackdown on the media. The guidelines...
  • China graft watchdog probes another executive at Chinese car maker

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China's anti-graft watchdog has said it is investigating a former senior executive at FAW Group Corp. for corruption, the latest target in a widening probe against the company. State-owned FAW has a joint venture with Volkswagen AG....
  • China's Tencent shuts messaging accounts after censorship rules-state media

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Tencent Holdings Ltd has suspended more than 300 accounts on its WeChat mobile messaging app and banned around 40 others as government restrictions on spreading political news online take effect, state media said on Friday....
  • China to offer tax breaks on electric cars, limited mostly to local brands

    SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China said on Friday it would offer tax breaks on purchases of electric cars predominantly made by Chinese automakers, in its latest policy measure to boost green vehicles in the world's biggest auto market, amid rising concern over...
  • Macau to 're-elect' leader as democratic rumblings, mirroring Hong Kong, are stifled

    HONG KONG (Reuters) - Macau chief executive Fernando Chui is widely expected to be "re-elected" on Sunday after the pro-China government stifled an unofficial referendum on democracy, taking a much harder line on the gambling hub than leaders have in...
  • U.S., China plan followup to Sunnylands summit in November

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping, at odds over China's increasing assertiveness in Asia and issues such as cyberspying, plan a followup to their informal summit in California last year after November's...
  • China says 'no change' in policy on improving ties with Japan

    SHANGHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) - China on Thursday rejected remarks by former Japanese prime minister Yasuo Fukuda that Beijing had expressed willingness to improve ties between Asia's two biggest economies, and said there was "no change" in its policy on...
  • China's top judge says foreigners to be allowed into Chinese courts

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China's top judge has said that foreigners will be regularly allowed into courts to listen to cases, state media reported on Thursday, as the government embarks on legal reform at a time of public discontent over many perceived...