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  • Chinese developer plans tower designed by Jeanne Gang of Aqua fame

    Chinese developer plans tower designed by Jeanne Gang of Aqua fame
    Chicago officials are expected to announce this week that a Chinese developer is moving ahead with plans for an 89-story riverfront residential and hotel tower, to be designed by Chicago architect Jeanne Gang, according to sources close to the deal....
  • U.S., China aim to talk more on biotech

     U.S., China aim to talk more on biotech
    With China gobbling up nearly 20 percent of U.S. farm exports, the two countries agree they should do a better job of working together on farming practices, including improving collaboration on biotechnology. U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack...
  • U.S. slaps hefty duties on solar goods from China, Taiwan

    The United States on Tuesday confirmed steep import duties on solar products from China and Taiwan, in a decision that could inflame trade tensions between the two countries. Anti-dumping duties for Chinese goods were set as high as 165.04 percent as the...
  • Cinematographer Killed on Set of Jackie Chan's 'Skiptrace'

    HONG KONG -- A cinematographer was killed on Wednesday in Hong Kong during the filming of Jackie Chan-starring film "Skiptrace." Chan Kwok-hung is understood to have drowned in an accident that occurred when a boat he was on capsized off Lantau Island....
  • Chinese villagers seek to banish HIV-infected boy: state media

    Authorities in a Chinese village have launched a "thought education" campaign after more than 200 villagers signed a petition to banish an eight-year-old boy infected with the HIV virus, state media said on Wednesday. People in China living with HIV...
  • Uber faces tough rivals, regulatory glare in China

    Uber faces tough rivals, regulatory glare in China
    Deep-pocketed Chinese rivals and tough regulators stand in the way of U.S. car-hailing service Uber's plans to conquer one of the world's biggest transportation markets, even after it signed a tieup with domestic internet giant Baidu Inc. The terms of...
  • Global stock markets expected to rally in 2015 on more cheap cash: Reuters poll

    Global stock markets are expected to rally next year as central banks in Asia and Europe flood markets with fresh liquidity just as others begin tightening, Reuters polls showed on Wednesday. Accommodative monetary policy drove a bull market in stocks in...
  • Dalai Lama says his role should cease after his death

    The Dalai Lama, Tibet's exiled spiritual leader, has said he thinks his traditional religious role should cease with his death rather than a "stupid" successor replace him and disgrace himself. He told the BBC in an interview on Wednesday that the...
  • 'Nightingale's' Mysterious Journey to Become China's Oscar Contender

    China's inscrutable selection process for picking its foreign-language Oscar contender became even more obscure in October when it yielded dark-horse entry "The Nightingale," an intimate low-budget France-China co-production that came out of nowhere to...
  • U.S, China making progress on biotech crop talks: USDA's Vilsack

    U.S, China making progress on biotech crop talks: USDA's Vilsack
    The United States and China are making progress in talks over Beijing's acceptance of new biotechnology for crops, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said on Wednesday. The countries are "moving toward an understanding of how we might be able to...
  • Honda to recall more than 500,000 cars in China due to Takata air bags

    Chinese authorities said on Tuesday that Honda Motor Co. and its two joint ventures in China would recall 569,769 cars due to potentially defective air bags which the carmaker said were made by Japan's Takata Corp.. Close to 20 million vehicles have been...