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  • U.S. eager to forget about new India premier's 2005 visa denial

    When President Obama hosts new Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for dinner at the White House next week, the leaders will have a long list of issues to discuss: trade disagreements, China's rise, nuclear policy and counter-terrorism, among others....
  • China detains two executives at embattled business newspaper

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China detained two executives at an embattled financial newspaper company on Thursday, state media reported, as an investigation into bribery at the paper widens. Chinese authorities closed down the website of the paper, the 21st...
  • China currency regulator uncovers $10 billion in fake trades

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China has found nearly $10 billion worth of falsified trade transactions more than a year after the fake trades were first uncovered, the currency regulator said on Thursday, adding that a crackdown had now stamped out the practice....
  • Taiwan company withdraws notice to use Chinese vessels over security concerns

    TAIPEI (Reuters) - A Taiwanese company has withdrawn notice to use Chinese vessels on a renewable energy project off the island, the port authority said on Thursday, after opposition lawmakers cited security concerns about the joint operation. The last-...
  • China must close suicide 'loophole' for corrupt officials: academic

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China must close the "judicial loophole" of suicide for corrupt officials in its ongoing battle against graft, a well-known scholar said in the official China Daily on Wednesday. President Xi Jinping has vowed to target high-flying...
  • China, Spain to sign business deals worth $3.8 billion: official

    SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China and Spain are set to sign business deals worth a total of about 3 billion euros ($3.8 billion) in Beijing this week, an official said, as Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy visits the Asian giant to drum up support for his...
  • China considering replacing central bank head: WSJ

    (Reuters) - Chinese central bank Governor Zhou Xiaochuan, an advocate of pro-market financial reforms, may lose his job in a reshuffling that follows internal battles over overhauling the economy, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday....
  • U.S. and China announce plans to curb greenhouse gases

    At a summit Tuesday to kick off the drafting of an international climate change accord, President Obama spoke bluntly of American responsibility for global warming and pledged that ambitious steps would be unveiled over the next year to cut greenhouse gas...
  • Obama says global climate deal must include emerging economies

    Obama says global climate deal must include emerging economies
    UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama said on Tuesday a new global agreement on climate change must include strong commitments from emerging economies and move past the rich-poor country divide that has hampered progress in United Nations...
  • Vietnam welcomes efforts by U.S. to end its weapons embargo

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Vietnam would welcome an end to the arms embargo clamped on it by the United States, the country's foreign minister said on Wednesday, as he played down the notion that the move would inflame Hanoi's maritime dispute with China. Pham...
  • Nation and world news briefs

    NATION WASHINGTON President Barack Obama said Tuesday that he will "do what's necessary" to fight the Sunni Muslim extremists targeted in a fierce round of U.S.-led airstrikes in Syria and that he'll do so with the support of regional partners whose...