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  • DAVOS WATCH: Lots to talk about: Deflation, oil prices, snowmen, Swiss franc, global warming

    The World Economic Forum kicks off in the Swiss ski resort of Davos with the goal of "improving the state of the world." In practice, it's a massive networking event that brings together 2,500 heads of state, business leaders, philanthropists and artists....
  • Four fired, 7 punished in Shanghai for deadly New Year's Eve stampede

    Local officials failed to adequately assess risks and deploy sufficient police ahead of the stampede in Shanghai on New Year’s Eve that left 36 people dead and 49 injured, the city government said in its official investigation report released...
  • China's economic growth slowed to 24-year low of 7.4 percent in 2014

    The global economy, slowed by stagnation in Europe and Japan, is being further hampered by China's decelerating growth. The Chinese economy grew 7.4 percent in 2014, its weakest performance in nearly a quarter-century. And its growth is forecast to...
  • Cab drivers strike across China over low wages, high fees and apps

    Thousands of Chinese cab drivers in at least seven cities have gone on strike in the last two weeks, angry about low wages, high franchise fees to taxi companies and growing competition from ride-hailing apps including San Francisco-based Uber. Local...
  • Delta to begin nonstop flights from L.A. to Shanghai in July

    Delta to begin nonstop flights from L.A. to Shanghai in July
    Los Angeles travelers heading to Shanghai this summer will gain a new option when Delta Air Lines begins daily nonstop service between the two cities. Delta says the Los Angeles area accounts for 25% of all U.S.-Asia demand, according to a statement ...
  • For China's birthrate, this may be a bad sign

    For China's birthrate, this may be a bad sign
    Chen Lei runs a Shanghai business that helps pregnant Chinese women fly to Southern California and give birth in hospitals in Whittier, Fountain Valley, Pomona and other nearby cities. But come Feb. 19 — when the Chinese New Year begins, closing out...
  • Ford gets ready to export Mustang to China, Europe

    Ford gets ready to export Mustang to China, Europe
    For the first time in six generations of Mustangs, Ford is putting the pony car on a trip abroad – to overseas markets. The automaker is loading the first of the recently redesigned Mustangs onto a ship in Portland that’s headed for China....
  • Winners and losers as China adjusts to 'new normal' of slower economic growth

    China's economy, the world's second largest, grew 7.4 percent last year, its slowest expansion in nearly a quarter century. Forecasters expect growth to wane further in the next several years as China emphasizes consumption over polluting heavy industry...
  • Oil drop won't stop China in South China Sea

    HONG KONG When it comes to territorial tensions in the South China Sea, it's more about what goes through it than what lies beneath it. Oil last week dropped below $46 a barrel, to more than five- year lows. The biggest collapse in energy prices since...
  • What China's premier should say at Davos

     What China's premier should say at Davos
    When global leaders toast the start of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, this week, one unusually prominent guest should be ready for sharp criticism — Premier Li Keqiang of China, the country's highest-ranking attendee since 2009....
  • Two Uighurs reported killed in latest China border incident

    BEIJING Chinese police shot and killed two members of the Uighur minority group late Sunday as they attempted to cross the border illegally into Vietnam and assaulted Chinese border guards who tried to stop them, state media reported Monday. It was...