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Beijing (China)

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  • China rejects U.S. criticism over jet encounter

    China rejects U.S. criticism over jet encounter
    BEIJING (Reuters) - China on Saturday called US criticism of an approach by one of its jets to a US Navy patrol plane off the Chinese coast earlier this week "completely groundless" and said its pilot had maintained a safe distance from the US aircraft....
  • China home prices fall for third straight month in July

    BEIJING, (Reuters) - China's new home prices fell in July for a third straight month with price declines spreading to a record number of cities including Beijing, underlining a worsening property downturn that is increasingly dragging on the broader...
  • China media marketer confesses to posting false information during trial: Xinhua

    SHANGHAI (Reuters) - A Chinese businessman has confessed to posting false information online and deleting critical microblog posts for corporate clients, the official Xinhua news service reported on Friday, as a government crackdown on social media...
  • China's LeTV to raise $430 Million for Expansion

    HONG KONG - Chinese online video group LeTV.com says it is to raise some $431 million for expansion. The company revealed that CITIC Securities, China's leading investment bank and part of state-owned CITIC Group, has subscribed for new shares worth...
  • China credit plunge argues for interest rate cut but no quick action seen

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China's surprisingly sharp and sudden drop in credit has strengthened the case for the central bank to cut interest rates, but policy insiders believe it will be reluctant to take more aggressive steps and for now will stick to more...
  • African nations pull out of Youth Olympics in Ebola controversy

    Saying they were unhappy about being stigmatized over fears of Ebola, some African countries have withdrawn from a Youth Olympics tournament set to begin Saturday in the Chinese city of Nanjing. Nigeria said it was in the process of sending home a...
  • Hong Kong lawyers take stand for independence from Beijing

    HONG KONG August 15 (Reuters) - Hong Kong's Law Society has passed an historic vote of no-confidence in its president over pro-Beijing comments, revealing a determination by the traditionally conservative lawyers to confront perceived threats from China...
  • Chinese women use theater to push back against pressure to marry young

    BEIJING For young women in China who have ambitions beyond raising a family, life is a constant barrage of societal pressures to marry early preferably by 25, by no means beyond 27. For these women, few things in life are more stressful than returning...
  • Apple begins storing users' personal data on servers in China

    Apple begins storing users' personal data on servers in China
    BEIJING (Reuters) - Apple Inc has begun keeping the personal data of some Chinese users on servers in mainland China, marking the first time the tech giant is storing user data on Chinese soil. The storage of user data in China represents a departure...
  • After China smartphone success, Lenovo plans leap forward overseas

    After China smartphone success, Lenovo plans leap forward overseas
    BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Lenovo Group said first-quarter profit jumped 23 percent, beating estimates, as a surge in smartphone sales showed how quickly the world's biggest personal computer maker is transforming itself into a major player in mobile...
  • As Japan marks WWII surrender, Abe avoids controversial shrine

    As Japan marks WWII surrender, Abe avoids controversial shrine
    Two Japanese Cabinet members and a group of lawmakers marked the 69th anniversary of Japan’s surrender in World War II on Friday by visiting a Tokyo shrine that China and South Korea regard as a totem to Japan’s militarist past. But Prime...