China Consumer Inflation for October Increases More Than Expected

S. Rina   | Nov 10, 2016 01:04 PM EST

China's consumer inflation increased for the second-straight month in October. The rise was higher than expected and was caused by imploding food prices. However, it remained below the official upper limit. The rate of increase was the highest in six months. read more

Trump not Bold Enough to Live Up to Campaign Promises: Global Times

Desiree Sison   | Nov 10, 2016 02:01 AM EST

Hours after being elected the next US President, the Chinese Communist Party backed-newspaper put out an editorial on Thursday doubting Donald Trump's presidential capabilities saying it was highly unlikely that he would live up to his campaign promises. read more

China Collaborates With Total for Iran Gas Deal

S. Rina   | Nov 09, 2016 02:51 PM EST

China and Total SA have signed a gas deal with Iran. The deal marks the first natural gas joint venture for Iran after the U.S. eased the sanctions it imposed on the country. The agreement is related to the 11th phase of the offshore South Pars gas field. read more

China Enacts New Cyber Security Law Amidst Foreign Opposition

S. Rina   | Nov 08, 2016 06:43 PM EST

Chinese government approved a new cyber security law, rattling foreign firms operating in the country. The new law has been passed by the standing committee of the parliament and was made public on Monday. Among other things, the law deals with censorship and security reviews in strategic areas. read more

China Admonishes Scotland over Collapsed $12.4 Billion Deal

S. Rina   | Nov 08, 2016 10:20 PM EST

A deal signed between Scotland and China has apparently been called off. Both parties have exchanged blame over the collapsed $12.4 billion deal. The agreement was signed by Scotland with SinoFortone Group and China Railway No. 3 Engineering Group (CR3). The opposition parties in Scotland had raised concerns about the collaboration. read more

Chinese Premier Li Says Economy Will Remain Steady

S. Rina   | Nov 07, 2016 12:32 PM EST

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has said that China is ready to face all the economic challenges the could come its way. He said that the country's economy is robust and is expected to maintain steady growth. read more

China Cancels Meeting With Slovak Prime Minister

S. Rina   | Nov 07, 2016 11:53 AM EST

China announced that it has cancelled a high-level bilateral meeting with Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico. The cancellation is believed to be in retaliation to Slovakia's President Andrej Kiska meeting with the Dalai Lama last month. Fico took quick action to salvage the situation by extending an invitation to Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang. read more

Chinese Legislators say Hong Kong's Pro-Independence Activists Pose a Threat to China's Security

Ivan Wanjiku   | Nov 07, 2016 11:34 AM EST

China's top legislative panel has urged the Chinese government to intervene in a Hong Kong political dispute to deter people advocating for the independence of the city. read more

East China Sea Dispute: Japan Lodges Formal Protest With China Over Chinese Ships Sailing Near Disputed Islands

Som Patidar   | Nov 06, 2016 06:48 AM EST

Japan has lodged a formal diplomatic protest with China over Chinese Coast Guard vessels sailing into waters close to a disputed island in the East China Sea. read more

China’s Mystical Monkey Predicts Donald Trump as Next US President

S. Rina   | Nov 07, 2016 07:48 AM EST

China's mystical monkey, widely known 'King of prophets', picked Donald Trump as the next president of the United States. The election for the US president are scheduled for next team. Both the nominees Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are in a close race for the coveted position. read more

China will Directly Intervene in Hong Kong Oath Row Case

Girish Shetti   | Nov 05, 2016 11:18 AM EDT

China's top parliamentary panel will initiate a discussion over Hong Kong's mini-constitution and the need to re-interpret it, the Hong Kong government confirmed on Friday. The discussion over the constitution will be started over the weekend. read more

EU commissioner Oettinger apologizes for China slur

S. Rina   | Nov 04, 2016 03:05 PM EDT

Germany's European Commissioner Guenther Oettinger has issued an apology for his disparaging remarks about China, gay people, and French-speaking Belgians. read more

China Refutes Allegations of 'Incursion' in India's Ladakh Region, Dismisses Reports of Standoff With Indian Forces Along LAC

Som Patidar   | Nov 04, 2016 09:38 AM EDT

China has categorically refuted reports about an 'incursion' by Chinese troops into India's Ladakh region. read more

China Responds Strongly to South Korea's use of Force Against Chinese Fishing Boats

Som Patidar   | Nov 04, 2016 08:44 AM EDT

China has expressed its displeasure over South Korea's use of force against Chinese fishing vessels in the Yellow Sea. read more

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