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China, Gabon celebrate diplomatic anniversary
BEIJING - China and Gabon celebrated the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties on Friday. | Liu Xiaofeng, vice chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, attended the celebration reception. ...Full Story
S China footwear factory strike continues
DONGGUAN, Guangdong -- A massive strike over a social benefits dispute entered a fifth day on Friday at a footwear factory in south China's Guangdong Province. | Thousands of workers at Yue Yuen Industrial (Holdings) Ltd, a Dongguan-based footwear maker for major brands...Full Story
China home price inflation cools to eight-month low in March
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's home price inflation slowed to an eight-month low in March, extending to a third month a loss of momentum in a property market that has been a strong spot in the world's second-largest economy. | Average new home prices in China's 70 major ci...Full Story
China home price inflation cools to 8-month low in March
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's home price inflation slowed to an eight-month low in March, extending to a third month a loss of momentum in a property market that has been a strong spot in the world's second-largest economy. | Average new home prices in China's 70 major ci...Full Story
China says one-fifth of its farmland is polluted
BEIJING (AP) — Nearly one-fifth of China's farmland is polluted, mostly from yearslong accumulations of toxins from factories, mining and agriculture, the government said, raising sharp concerns about the country's food safety after years of unbridled industri...Full Story
China says one-fifth of its farmland is polluted
BEIJING (AP) — Nearly one-fifth of China's farmland is polluted, mostly from yearslong accumulations of toxins from factories, mining and agriculture, the government said, raising sharp concerns about the country's food safety after years of unbridled industrializa...Full Story
This Day in Jewish History / A founding father of economics born in London
April 18, 1772, is the birthdate of David Ricardo, the brilliant scion of a family of Portuguese Jews in England who became a founding father of the modern science of economics. The full text is available for subscribers & registered users. | Click here to subscribe ($1...Full Story
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Fri 18 Apr 2014
China’s pollution crisis is worse than thought
The Examiner The first ever government-sponsored survey of land pollution was released to the public on Thursday, concluding that about one fifth of arable land in China is polluted with either organic or non-organic waste. | "The national soil pollution situatio...
World title challenge Tso close, yet so far
China Daily Undefeated Hong Kong brawler sets sights on WBC champion | Timing is everything in the sweet science. | Two months ago, Hong Kong's unbeaten Rex Tso Sing-yu looked like the odds-on favorite to become China's next world champion. | Today? Not so much....
China: One-fifth of country's farmland polluted
The Guardian BEIJING (AP) — China's government says in a report that nearly one-fifth of the country's farmland is polluted, mostly from yearslong accumulations of toxins from factories, mining and agriculture. | The report raises sharp concerns about the co...
PRESS DIGEST- China - April 18
Reuters April 18 (Reuters) - Chinese newspapers available in Beijing and Shanghai carried the following stories on Friday. Reuters has not checked the stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. | CHINA SECURITIES JOURNAL | - China would likely maintain a...
Cheaper yuan attracts Canton Fair buyers, but exporters won’t count on it
South China Morning Post Olu Adeleke sees the coming weeks as a golden opportunity to shop in China, now that the yuan’s protracted appreciation seems to have reversed in the past two months. | Adeleke, a United States-based importer of solar equipment and environment-frie...
Battle to clean up soil
China Daily Contaminated soil is said to be even harder to restore to health than polluted water. And it is a horrible fact that the majority of people have long been kept in the dark about the degree to which China's soil has been polluted. | But the Ministry o...
Ten Palestinians wounded in Hebron Prisoners Day clashes
Ha'aretz Ten Palestinians were lightly injured on Thursday in Hebron by Israeli security forces during demonstrations to mark Palestinian Prisoners Day. Several dozen Palestinians gathered near an Israel Defense Forces roadblock in the city and threw stones a...
30pc cancellations by China tourists
New Straits/Business Times SETBACK: Losses of RM100m in tourism revenue reported in six weeks | PUTRAJAYA: THE country's tourism has suffered a setback with the cancellation of more than 30 per cent of tour packages and holiday bookings by Chinese nationals following the Malay...
Why training will be the IDF's next big battle
Ha'aretz A combination of circumstances, bringing pressure from different directions, has resulted in significant cuts to this year’s training plan for Israel Defense Forces units. The full text is available for subscribers & registered users. | Click here ...
Kerry looks to ease restrictions for visa-seeking young Israelis
Ha'aretz U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry Thursday  instructed his office to reexamine the U.S. policy and regulations regarding the granting of visas to young Israelis aged 21-26. The full text is available for subscribers & registered users. | Click ...
Flier calling on Donetsk Jews to register now widely seen as fake
Ha'aretz The pro-Russian separatist leader of Donetsk, whose alleged signature is on the now notorious fliers calling on the eastern Ukrainian city's Jews to register on pain of deportation, said the documents were fakes, the ThinkProgress website reported Th...
Mainland China advisers furious over Hong Kong's high-speed rail link delay
South China Morning Post A two-year delay in the completion of the HK$67 billion high-speed railway connecting Hong Kong with Shenzhen and Guangzhou will have a serious impact on the Pearl River Delta, government advisers say. | Shenzhen officials - always cautious when comm...
Yue Yuen strikers vow to continue until benefit contribution deficit paid in full
South China Morning Post The world's largest shoemaker caved in to some demands by striking workers yesterday, but the four-day labour stoppage involving tens of thousands of employees continued to brew over company benefits. | Yue Yuen Industrial Holdings, which makes shoes...
MTR and Hong Kong government must come clean over railway delay
South China Morning Post Delays and cost overruns are almost inevitable with mega public works projects everywhere. The question for officials in charge is how to be transparent and come clean with taxpayers footing the bill. | There is no question the much-heralded HK$67 bi...
China's next 5-year plan eyes deepening reforms
China Daily BEIJING - China's top economic planning body on Thursday said that it has started to formulate the 13th Five-Year Plan covering 2016 to 2020, with deepening reforms and shifting the country's economic growth model at the forefront. | "China's develop...
China's Top legislature publishes legislation plan
China Daily BEIJING - The Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC), China's top legislature, on Thursday released its legislation plan for the year. | The budget law will be amended to make it more transparent, said Wang Ruihe, an official with...
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