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  • China outlines plan to reach new climate goals

    BEIJING China on Wednesday set a target for coal use through 2020 with an eye on a commitment made with the US last week to curtail greenhouse gas emissions. The guidelines aim to ensure that coal burning reaches no higher than 4.2 billion tons per...
  • Hong Kong protesters break into government building, four arrested

    Hong Kong protesters break into government building, four arrested
    HONG KONG (Reuters) - A small group of Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters broke into the city's legislature via a side door early on Wednesday and police stopped others forcing their way in as tensions in the Chinese-controlled city escalated following...
  • Masked men set off clashes with police in Hong Kong

    Masked men set off clashes with police in Hong Kong
    Using a metal barricade as a battering ram, masked men smashed through a window at Hong Kong’s Legislative Council headquarters early Wednesday, setting off clashes with police and raising fears that the government would step in with decisive action...
  • Hard diplomacy ahead despite China showing its softer side

    BEIJING (Reuters) - From a military rules-of-the-road agreement with Washington to $20 billion in loans for Southeast Asia, Beijing has set aside the tensions of recent years to present a softer side to the world in the last week. But proof of whether...
  • China opens its $4.2-trillion capital markets to foreign investment

    China opens its $4.2-trillion capital markets to foreign investment
    With a bang of gongs in Shanghai and Hong Kong, China opened up the country's $4.2-trillion capital markets to foreign investment in what is viewed as one of the largest Chinese financial developments in recent years. Through what is called the...
  • China blames rise in violence on drug smuggling from Southeast Asia

    BEIJING (Reuters) - An increase in the smuggling of synthetic drugs like methamphetamine from Southeast Asia has fueled a rise in violent crime in China this year, a state-run newspaper reported on Wednesday. In the first nine months of the year,...
  • China says Hong Kong economy will be hit by protests

    BEIJING (Reuters) - Hong Kong's economy will be affected in coming months by pro-democracy demonstrations that have occupied parts of the city for nearly two months, a spokesman for China's Ministry of Commerce said on Tuesday. Shen Danyang, the...
  • China's FDI slows again in October, services sector in favor

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China's foreign direct investment fell for the fourth straight period on a cumulative basis in October, underscoring investor caution as the world's second-largest economy cools. China drew $95.9 billion in foreign direct investment...
  • China to establish system to address miscarriages of justice: top judge

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China's government will implement a system of investigating miscarriages of justice, the country's top judge said, in the latest in a series of legal reforms at a time of widening public discontent. An investigation should "start...
  • Many of China's TV shows, films are rubbish, minister says

    BEIJING (Reuters) - Many of the television shows, movies and publications produced in China each year are rubbish, and the solution is to banish decadent themes and concentrate on uplifting social values instead, a senior government minister has said....
  • Australian exports to China still face hurdles after hyped trade deal

    SYDNEY (Reuters) - A trade deal signed with great fanfare between China and Australia has been touted as a major step towards Australia shifting its economy from a "mining boom" to a "dining boom," but the reality is likely to be more sobering. Australia...