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  • Businesses look for investment pledge at U.S.-China trade talks

    U.S. businesses are hoping for a pledge from American and Chinese officials at talks in Chicago next week to move ahead quickly on a planned investment pact between the two countries. Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade meetings on Dec. 16 through...
  • WTO talks on duty-free trade in IT goods collapse

    Talks on cutting trade tariffs on hundreds of information technology products collapsed on Friday, delaying and potentially scuppering a deal estimated to be worth $1 trillion to global trade. "We are disappointed not to be celebrating a deal this week....
  • Chicago sees potential gold in hosting China trade summit

    Chicago sees potential gold in hosting China trade summit
    Chicago's continuing push for a bigger slice of trade with China will kick into high gear Tuesday when top negotiators from Washington and Beijing fly in for bilateral talks aimed at easing the flow of cross-border commerce. While the main show at the U....
  • In Hong Kong, a passionate but mostly peaceful campaign for democracy

     In Hong Kong, a passionate but mostly peaceful campaign for democracy
    When Hong Kong's democracy street protests erupted in late September, many people in the semiautonomous Chinese territory — and around the world — feared that authorities would respond with a bloody crackdown like they did in Beijing's...
  • Hong Kong protesters rally as police sweep looms

    Bowed but not broken, thousands of Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters held what looked to be the final rally of this phase of their campaign Wednesday night as police prepared to clear the demonstrators' remaining street encampments after daybreak. Amid...
  • Censors loom large over Sony's PlayStation prospects in China

    Sony Corp should fear China's censors almost as much as rival Microsoft Corp when it launches its PlayStation 4 gaming console in the world's third-largest gaming market next month. Sony said on Thursday that PlayStation 4 will go on sale in China...
  • Obama says to keep pressing China on currency, intellectual property

    The United States will continue to press China on its currency, protection of intellectual property and state-owned businesses, U.S. President Barack Obama said on Thursday ahead of bilateral trade talks next week. "The key with China is to continue to...
  • Police clear Hong Kong protest site, arrest more than 200

    Police clear Hong Kong protest site, arrest more than 200
    More than 200 people were arrested Thursday as police and workers hired by a Hong Kong bus company dismantled barricades erected by demonstrators who have occupied the streets for 75 days, the most protracted pro-democracy campaign on Chinese soil....
  • Detroit auto show to debut 40 cars and trucks

    DETROIT Automakers from around the world are planning to reveal at least 40 never-before-seen cars and trucks at the North American International Auto Show. The show begins Friday with a preview for the media. An additional five new vehicles will be...
  • With Hong Kong protests cleared, what becomes of movement?

    HONG KONG Police cleared Hong Kong's government center Thursday of pro-democracy protesters. Now the question becomes: Is this the final chapter of the challenge to Beijing and its all-powerful control of the former British colony or just the beginning?...
  • Chinese builders bemoan green costs, risking government targets

    Chinese developers are opting against constructing environment-friendly real estate because costs far outweigh the incentives, jeopardizing the government's goal of building 1 billion square meters of green space by the end of next year. Developers get...