BEIJING (Reuters) - With tears, songs and laughter, 30 women activists set off from Beijing on Tuesday on a controversial trip to North Korea, where they will cross the heavily fortified demilitarized zone (DMZ) to the South in a call for peace on the divided peninsula.
By Norihiko Shirouzu BEIJING (Reuters) - International automakers are slashing prices for vehicles they sell in China in response to a slowdown in demand that threatens the industry's rich profit margins. General Motors Co and Ford Motor...Show More Summary
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Shanghai rally helps state-owned companies to raise funds, pay off debt.
China views Europe as the other end of the Silk Road Economic Belt; by bringing China closer to European markets, the Beijing project is both threatening European industries and providing Europe with new opportunities, Rafaello Pantucci pointed out.
Cash-strapped Argentina relies on China for everything from currency swaps to investments in nuclear infrastructure. Moreover, Argentina’s primary exports and sources of state funding are and will stay bound to the Chinese demand.
After returning from my most recent trip to Beijing (where I stayed at the Park Hyatt), I spent a couple of nights in Washington DC. This wasn't my plan initially, but that's just how my schedule ended up working out. I booked pretty last minute, and for whatever reason virtually everything in the city was sold out. Show More Summary
The Beijing Museum of Natural History has been criticized for failing to stop tourists from throwing coins and banknotes into a container showcasing one of its dinosaur skeletons. [ more › ]
BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese private car hire app Yidao Yongche has hinted at a tie-up with Uber Technologies Inc, the controversial $40 billion U.S. taxi-hailing firm which has repeatedly hit regulatory roadblocks in China, the world's largest smartphone market. Show More Summary
BEIJING (AP) — The owner of fashion brands Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent has accused Alibaba Group in a lawsuit of profiting from sales of counterfeit goods despite the Chinese e-commerce giant's pledge to combat the trade in fakes. Alibaba,...Show More Summary
The Chinese private car hire app Yidao Yongche has dropped a big hint about a possible relationship with Uber. ||| Beijing - Chinese private car hire app Yidao Yongche has hinted at a tie-up with Uber Technologies, the controversialShow More Summary
BEIJING (Reuters) - A trial helicopter hailing service jointly launched by Chinese general aviation operator Reignwood Star Co Ltd and China's biggest taxi hailing platform proved a hit at the weekend in the congested capital of Beijing, the operator said on Monday. Show More Summary
BEIJING - The Communist Party of China made the decision to "comprehensively deepen reforms" at the third session of its 18th Central Committee in November 2013, and it decided to "comprehensively promote rule of law" at the committee's fourth session in October 2014. The two decisions came in natural logical sequence. Show More Summary
Beijing reopens ‘back door’ that allowed local governments to load up on debt.
By Umesh Desai and Michelle Price HONG KONG (Reuters) - As China's economy slows and Beijing becomes more relaxed about letting its companies fail, a rising number of foreign bondholders risk being caught up in the country's unpredictable court system. Show More Summary
I recently wrapped up a report about my trip to Beijing earlier in the month, thanks to American's amazing $450 business class fares. I had booked a few of these, so upon returning to Washington I turned right around and flew back to Beijing again. Show More Summary
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's relations with the United States remain stable, Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Sunday, as he sought to defuse tension over a territorial dispute in the South China Sea that has pitted Washington against Beijing.
BEIJING (AP) — China and the United States are budging not a bit over Beijing's assertive development in disputed parts of the South China Sea, with Chinese officials politely but pointedly dismissing Washington's push for U.S.-proposed ways to ease tensions.
BEIJING (AP) — China and the United States budged not a bit Saturday over Beijing's assertive development in disputed parts of the South China Sea, with Foreign Minister Wang Ji politely but pointedly dismissing Washington's push for a diplomatic solution to ease tensions. Wang and U.S. Show More Summary
China on Saturday defended its land reclamation and construction activities on disputed islets in the South China Sea as “fully within the scope” of its national sovereignty while U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry urged Beijing to “reduce tensions and increase the prospect of a diplomatic solution.”