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  • China, Japan stocks fall on data, Nasdaq boosts some markets

    Chinese and Japanese stocks fell Friday on weaker global manufacturing data while other Asian benchmarks rose after the U.S. Nasdaq index hit a new high. KEEPING SCORE: Tokyo's Nikkei 225 fell 0.7 percent to 20,050.99 points and the Shanghai Composite...
  • Chairman of Taiwan's ruling Nationalist party to visit China

    The chairman of Taiwan's ruling Nationalist party, a likely candidate for the island's presidency in next year's election, will meet with Communist Party leaders during a visit to China next month as the former bitter enemies continue their two decade-old...
  • Woman who murdered abusive husband gets reprieve in China

    A woman who was sentenced to death in China after being convicted of murdering her abusive husband received Friday a two-year reprieve, which could become a life sentence with a possibility of parole. The reprieve is part of new guidelines on domestic...
  • In Ai Weiwei show at Alcatraz, tourism and human rights go hand in hand

    In Ai Weiwei show at Alcatraz, tourism and human rights go hand in hand
    Cheryl Haines sat with China's dissident artist and activist Ai Weiwei in his Beijing studio in 2012 — not long after his release from 81 days in secret detention. She could tell he was suffering. "I'm here as your friend," Haines, a San Francisco...
  • Japan ministers' war shrine visit irks China after Abe talks

    Three Japanese Cabinet ministers on Thursday visited a Tokyo shrine that honors the country's war dead, including convicted war criminals, drawing a rebuke from China just a day after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and President Xi Jinping met in a bid to...
  • Ann McFeatters: We must trust Obama to negotiate a good trade pact

    WASHINGTON Uh-oh, Democrats are in disarray. It's over 40 million jobs, wages, unions, the middle class's future, and the export of everything from apples to oranges. In a word, trade. Wait! Wait! It's more interesting than you might think. The main...
  • Hong Kong opens new chapter in pro-democracy fight

    Hong Kong's government on Wednesday officially put forth its proposed rules for the territory’s scheduled 2017 election of a chief executive, opening the next chapter in a long-running fight over democratic reforms. A group of legislators...
  • China names its top 100 fugitives suspected of corruption

    China has issued a list of its top 100 officials and others wanted on suspicion of corruption who are believed to have fled abroad, the latest step in President Xi Jinping's aggressive campaign to rein in graft. Photos of the suspects were splashed...
  • China fines Mercedes $57 million in price-fixing probe

    A Chinese regulator said Thursday it has fined Mercedes Benz 350 million yuan ($57 million) on price-fixing charges in a wide-ranging probe of the auto industry that has prompted complaints foreign automakers are being treated unfairly. The unit of...
  • Survey: China factory activity slips again to 1-year low

    China's manufacturing deteriorated again in April to its lowest point in a year, in a fresh sign that growth is faltering in the world's second biggest economy. HSBC said Thursday that a preliminary version of its index based on a survey of factory...
  • Asian markets mostly higher despite weak China, Japan data

    Asian shares rose Thursday despite fresh data showing economic weakness in China and Japan, as investors pinned their hopes on further stimulus measures. KEEPING SCORE: Japan's Nikkei 225 remained above the 20,000 mark it broached for the first time in...