Politics & Society

China to turn over audit documents to US

China's securities regulator is prepared to turn over audit documents of a US-listed Chinese compan

Smithfield's sale raises Senate worries

Smithfield Foods (SFD.NYSE) CEO Larry Pope appeared before a US Senate body on Wednesday in a revie

Businessmen in line for policy posts in Beijing hinder reform

Reforming state firms

Venezuelan arrests for embezzling China funds

Five Venezuelan officials have been arrested and charged with embezzling US$84 million from a China

China ex-railway minister sentenced to death

China’s former railway minister Liu Zhijun was sentenced to death with a two-year suspension on Mon

US to continue pressing China on cyber issues

Washington is expected to continue to press Beijing on cyber theft issues later this week at a summ

China expands municipal bond program

The Ministry of Finance announced Thursday that it has expanded its trial municipal bond program, a

If you can't beat them, probe them

China market roundup: July 5

Australia-China trade negotiations at impasse

Australia's new Trade Minister Richard Marles is resisting China's demands for less scrutiny over

Protests mark Hong Kong handover anniversary

Heavy rain failed to stop more than 100,000 Hong Kong citizens from taking to the street to demand

Local officials will get a tougher grade from their new teacher

Rating China's cadres

US not threatened by China in Africa

President Barack Obama said the US does not see its role in Africa being threatened by China's high

Asean and China look to cool tensions

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations and China have agreed to work on a code of conduct for d

Chinese workers release US exec

A US executive from Florida-based Specialty Medical Supplies was released Thursday after being held

China and South Korea differ on approach to North

China and South Korea found some accord Thursday on the need to engage North Korea on its nuclear w

Violence ignites in China's northwest

Riots in northwestern China's Xinjiang region left at least 27 people dead early Wednesday morning,

Xi to meet with South Korean president

South Korean President Park Geun-hye will meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing today a

China fires back at US over Snowden

The Chinese government has rejected White House claims that allowing US intelligence leaker Edward

Chinese workers hold US executive hostage

Employees of Florida-based Specialty Medical Supplies have held co-founder Chip Starnes hostage in

Shanghai killings tied to factory closure

The trigger behind a violent spree on Saturday that left six people dead and four injured at a chem

Industrial subsidies in China increase by 23%

China-listed companies last year received RMB85.7 billion (US$13.8 billion) in government subsidies

China's Xi speaks of more assertive foreign policy

China President Xi Jinping expressed his desire for China to play a larger part in international af

Where has all the cash gone?

CER cuts back on its bond purchases

China completes Tibet cyber-monitoring program

China announced the completion of an internet and phone monitoring program in Tibet, which requires

China stresses stability in talks with Vietnam

China's President Xi Jinping emphasized peace and stability in a meeting with Vietnamese President

Urbanization, aging and a Chinese relaxation crisis

Paul French's diary

China's luxury car could make foreign automakers see red

China's homegrown luxury

China comments on US intelligence leak

China gave its first official comments on the recent revelations of US internet surveillance activi

Beijing launches initiative to strengthen Taiwan ties

Beijing has launched a basket of initiatives to promote economic, cultural and social exchanges bet

Beijing to weigh in on Snowden's case

Experts have stated that the mainland will weigh in on the Edward Snowden case and assess whether h

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