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  • App Annie's New Product Offers Insight Into Consumer Trends in China

    App Annie's New Product Offers Insight Into Consumer Trends in China

    App Annie was founded in Beijing in 2010 to measure the growth of the nascent smartphone apps market.

  • China Opens Highway To Nepal Via Tibet, Ready For Military Use If Needed

    China Opens Highway To Nepal Via Tibet, Ready For Military Use If Needed

    China has opened a strategic highway in Tibet to the Nepal border which could be used for civilian and defence purposes, a move that Chinese experts say will enable Beijing to make forays into South Asia, according to a media report today.

  • As PM Modi Hosts Japan's Abe, Chinese State-Run Media Lashes Out

    As PM Modi Hosts Japan's Abe, Chinese State-Run Media Lashes Out

    As Prime Minister Narendra Modi hosts his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe in Gujarat on a visit designed to highlight the growing cooperation between their countries, Chinese state-run media has predictably lashed out, alleging "the India-Japan intimacy is more like a contrivance" and both "are unlikely to challenge China without giving it a serio...

  • Lamborghini Urus SUV To Be Revealed In December

    Lamborghini Urus SUV To Be Revealed In December

    Lamborghini has plans to bring the car to India and thats expected to happen in 2018. We say this because Lamborghini has been proactive in bringing its models to India and has been on a launching spree in the past year.

  • Global Split Over Rohingya Crisis As China Backs Myanmar Crackdown

    Global Split Over Rohingya Crisis As China Backs Myanmar Crackdown

    Beijing has tightened its embrace under Aung San Suu Kyi's civilian government as part of its giant trade, energy and infrastructure strategy for Southeast Asia.

  • Facebook Hires Government Relations Manager in China Despite Being Blocked

    Facebook Hires Government Relations Manager in China Despite Being Blocked

    William Shuai was named senior manager of Facebook's government relations in Beijing, similar to positions he held previously with LinkedIn and the Chinese search engine Baidu.

  • China, Pakistan Air Forces Launch Joint Exercise

    China, Pakistan Air Forces Launch Joint Exercise

    The air forces of China and Pakistan today began a joint training exercise and deployed their latest fighter jets and AWACS aircraft.

  • 'No Change In Policy': China Assures Key Ally Pak After BRICS Declaration

    'No Change In Policy': China Assures Key Ally Pak After BRICS Declaration

    Beijing has assured Pakistan that there is "no change" in its policy, days after BRICS nations at a summit in China named groups operating from Pakistani soil - Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammed and the Haqqani network - in a strongly-worded declaration condemning terror.

  • This Man Spent Seven Years And $240 Million Waiting For A China Crash

    This Man Spent Seven Years And $240 Million Waiting For A China Crash

    And now he's lost his conviction: Mark Hart, who called for a more than 50 percent yuan devaluation last year, has turned bullish on China and its currency.

  • After Talking Peace With China, India Steps Up Military Ties With Japan

    After Talking Peace With China, India Steps Up Military Ties With Japan

    In a move likely to irk China, India and Japan significantly stepped up defence ties a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi and China's President Xi decided to move beyond the Doklam stand-off to step up border security cooperation. Beijing sees Japan as a regional military rival with which it has territorial disputes. India and Japan have a "Spe...

  • China May Be The Real Target Of North Korea's Pressure

    China May Be The Real Target Of North Korea's Pressure

    North Korea's escalating nuclear provocations are putting putative ally China in an increasing bind, and may be part of a strategy to twist Beijing's arm into orchestrating direct talks between Pyongyang and Washington, analysts said.

  • China Says More Patrols In Doklam, But Cedes Changes For India Too

    China Says More Patrols In Doklam, But Cedes Changes For India Too

    China's Defence Ministry said today that it will increase patrols in the region where a nearly 70-day-long standoff with India ended on Monday. However, Beijing reiterated that it will "adjust deployments" on the remote and mountainous Doklam Plateau that is disputed territory for China and Bhutan.

  • India's Refusal To Budge On Doklam Will Resonate Well: Expert

    India's Refusal To Budge On Doklam Will Resonate Well: Expert

    India's refusal to back off from Doklam standoff despite heavy pressure from China will have a wider resonance in the region against Beijing's assertive behaviour, former Indian Ambassador to China Ashok Kantha said. India and China ended their standoff in Doklam by withdrawing troops from the area

  • China Says Building Disputed Road In Doklam Will Depend On Weather

    China Says Building Disputed Road In Doklam Will Depend On Weather

    A day after India and China ended a more than two-month face-off, Beijing said that its plans to build a road in the flashpoint area - the remote Doklam Plateau in the Eastern Himalayas - depend on the weather. The approaching and bitter winter is not conducive to either stationing soldiers there, or building infrastructure.

  • Hyundai Suspends All Four China Plants Due To Supply Disruption

    Hyundai Suspends All Four China Plants Due To Supply Disruption

    Beijing Hyundai, Hyundai's Chinese joint venture with China's BAIC Motor Corp Ltd, has been unable to pay suppliers after sales slumped following a diplomatic spat, leading to the supply disruption.

  • As Doklam Crisis Ends, Chinese Bulldozers Move Out: Government Sources

    As Doklam Crisis Ends, Chinese Bulldozers Move Out: Government Sources

    China and India have agreed to end a lengthy standoff at the Sikkim border that began in June, with Beijing reportedly abandoning plans to construct a road that had triggered the crisis.

  • China Bans New Business Ventures By North Koreans

    China Bans New Business Ventures By North Koreans

    China's commerce ministry has banned North Korean nationals from setting up new businesses in the country, enforcing recent UN sanctions as Washington urges Beijing to do more to curb its ally's nuclear ambitions.

  • In China, The Party's Push For Influence Inside Foreign Firms Stirs Fears

    In China, The Party's Push For Influence Inside Foreign Firms Stirs Fears

    Late last month, executives from more than a dozen top European companies in China met in Beijing to discuss their concerns about the growing role of the ruling Communist Party in the local operations of foreign firms, according to three people with knowledge of the discussions.

  • New US Sanctions 'Won't Help' Cooperation On North Korea, Says China

    New US Sanctions 'Won't Help' Cooperation On North Korea, Says China

    China said on Wednesday that new US sanctions targeting Chinese firms linked to North Korea "will not help" cooperation with Beijing in the nuclear crisis.

  • UK Academic Publisher Reposts Blocked China Articles After Outcry

    UK Academic Publisher Reposts Blocked China Articles After Outcry

    A leading British academic publisher that bowed to pressure from Beijing to block online access to hundreds of scholarly articles in China reversed its position and reposted the material on Monday, following an outcry over academic freedom.

  • Sydney Games Gave Me Belief To Win An Olympic Gold, Says Abhinav Bindra

    Sydney Games Gave Me Belief To Win An Olympic Gold, Says Abhinav Bindra

    Bindra was only 17 while competing in Sydney. Eight years later, at the Beijing Olympics, the air rifle shooter became the first Indian to win an individual Olympic gold medal.

  • Rajnath Singh Says China Tension To End Soon, Beijing Makes Angry Comment

    Rajnath Singh Says China Tension To End Soon, Beijing Makes Angry Comment

    Days after footage emerged of Indian and Chinese soldiers fighting at the border at Sikkim, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that the confrontation will end soon. China offered no assurances, instead blaming India again for the altercation that has extended into its third month and for the clashes that erupted with soldiers from both sides throwing...

  • Solution To Doklam Stand-Off To Be Found Soon: Home Minister Rajnath Singh

    Solution To Doklam Stand-Off To Be Found Soon: Home Minister Rajnath Singh

    Home Minister Rajnath Singh said today that a solution to the ongoing stand-off between India and China at Doklam would be found soon and hoped that Beijing would make a positive move in this regard. He was speaking at a function of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police or ITBP in New Delhi.

  • China To Re-Launch World's Fastest Bullet Train, Part Of $360 Billion Plan

    China To Re-Launch World's Fastest Bullet Train, Part Of $360 Billion Plan

    China will launch the world's fastest train in September which will shorten the travel time between Beijing and Shanghai by more than an hour, authorities said on Monday.

  • China Bans Ridiculously Long, Strange Company Names

    China Bans Ridiculously Long, Strange Company Names

    "Beijing Afraid of Wife Technology" and "What You Looking at Technology" are among the kind of company names that will become a thing of the past under new Chinese government rules. China's communist rulers are now taking aim at firms that attempt to register names that are excessively long or strange.

  • Pentagon's Top General Signs A New Deal With China

    Pentagon's Top General Signs A New Deal With China

    The Pentagon's top general and his Chinese counterpart have signed a new agreement aimed at improving communication in times of crisis, a step that brings Beijing and Washington closer together as the two nations grapple with what to do about North Korea and its efforts to build an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of carrying a nuclear wa...

  • China Uses Chequebook Diplomacy To Sideline India In Nepal

    China Uses Chequebook Diplomacy To Sideline India In Nepal

    Three years after its last train hit the buffers, landlocked Nepal is building a new railway network to boost its ailing economy -- helped by the rivalry between powerful neighbours China and India.

  • After Ladakh Clashes, China And India Army Officers Hold Talks: 10 Facts

    After Ladakh Clashes, China And India Army Officers Hold Talks: 10 Facts

    Senior army officers from China and India in Ladakh are today holding a flag meeting, used to discuss border spats and control, after yesterday's clashes in which soldiers from the two countries threw stones at each other, resulting in minor injuries Indian border guards stopped Chinese troops from entering Indian territory along a lake. Senior arm...

  • China Warns It 'Won't Sit Idle' If US Harms Trade Ties

    China Warns It 'Won't Sit Idle' If US Harms Trade Ties

    China warned on Tuesday that it "will not sit idle" if the United States takes actions that impair trade ties after President Donald Trump launched a probe into Beijing's intellectual property practices.

  • Taiwan On High Alert After China's Air Force Drills

    Taiwan On High Alert After China's Air Force Drills

    Taiwan's military is on a high state of alert following three straight days of drills by the Chinese air force near to the self-ruled island which Beijing claims as its own, Taiwan's Defence Ministry said on Tuesday.

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