Business

China traders, farmers shrug off risk of US soybeans tariff

Apr 13, 2018

Chinese farmers, traders say possible tariffs on US soybeans open opportunities to diversify, profit

China's March exports shrink 2.7 percent while import growth decelerates to 14.4 percent

Apr 13, 2018

China's March exports shrink 2.7 percent while import growth decelerates to 14.4 percent

China plans Taiwan Strait live-fire exercises amid tensions

Apr 13, 2018

China announced it will hold live-fire military exercises in the Taiwan Strait amid heightened tensions over increased American support for Taiwan's government

World stocks, oil price stabilize amid geopolitical concerns

Apr 12, 2018

Global stock markets recovered their poise Thursday and the price of oil came off three-year highs as investors digested U.S. President Donald Trump's defiant comments on the Middle East conflict.

China denies Xi comments aimed at settling US dispute

Apr 12, 2018

China denies President Xi Jinping's promises to cut import tariffs on cars and open China's markets wider meant to be an overture to settle a tariff dispute with Washington

Blast on truck carrying explosives in northern China kills 7

Apr 12, 2018

Seven people were killed and 13 injured when a truck carrying more than 5 tons of explosives blew up in northern China

Asian shares mixed as markets mull Fed, geopolitical risk

Apr 12, 2018

Asian shares mixed as investors digest latest Fed minutes while geopolitical concerns overshadow sentiment

Indonesia alcohol deaths exceed 100 as police vow crackdown

Apr 11, 2018

Deaths from drinking toxic bootleg alcohol in Indonesia have surpassed 100 this month, police said as they vowed a "scorched earth" crackdown on the makers and distributors of black-market liquor

High-ranking Chinese diplomat to visit North Korea

Apr 11, 2018

A high-ranking Chinese diplomat plans to travel to North Korea later this week amid a flurry of diplomacy following Pyongyang's leader Kim Jong Un's surprise visit to Beijing

1st subway in China's Xinjiang to require riders to show ID

Apr 11, 2018

The first subway line in the northwestern Chinese city of Urumqi will require riders to show personal identification, adding to a growing list of security regulations in the restive surrounding region of Xinjiang

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