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Ministry of Commerce. BANK OF CHINA. WorldBank China. Business china.org. Development Gateway. China Business News. ChinaEconomic Review. China Briefing. IBTimes. Caijing. 21cbh. ChinaFinancial Markets. China Perspective. Economic Observer. Inside China Today. PMR. China Venture News. ChinaBiz. Surging China demand buoys US pork US pork exports will jump 23 percent or more this year because of surging demand and prices in China, the world's top consumer, according to Brett Stuart, the co-founder of farm-industry researcher Global AgriTrends.

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Zhejiang's SMEs quickening pace of stock listings Private enterprises in Zhejiang province, especially small and mid-sized enterprises (SMEs), are speeding up their migration to listed status, said Ernst &Young (E&Y), a leading global tax and transaction service provider. Hong Kong's liquefied petroleum gas prices to fall in August Hong Kong's liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) ceiling prices at LPG stations will range from 4.44 HK dollars (0.57 U.S. dollars) to 4.86 HK dollars per liter in August, down 25 to 26 cents per liter, the city's Electrical and Mechanical Services Department said here on Thursday. Nations clamp down on resources. China Securities Journal. China TechNews. Environmental News Digest. Wsj. ChinaRealTime Report. By Russell Leigh Moses Being a government official in China is not for the faint of heart, the thin-skinned or the fragile of mind.

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A recent state media report has reverberated online and in the Communist Party press by revealing that at least 54 Chinese officials died of “unnatural causes” in 2013, and that more than 40 percent of those deaths were suicides. For some, those numbers raise questions about the burden placed on officials as a result of the Party’s anti-corruption crusade. But others see the recent rash of suicides as further evidence of the lack of political openness in China. All Things Digital. Bloomberg. Asia News. Forbes. July 16, 2012 The latest global sentiment figures reflect a slowing global economy and this is being felt in revised employment expectations as well as corporate earnings season that kicks into high gear this week with more than 80 of the S&P 500 companies sharing their results this week.

China is building out its cloud infrastructure at a torrid pace, building on their great advantage in long-term low-cost electric grid that is utterly coal dominated. week I'll be in China for our second annual customer meeting. One of the things that makes this event special is we didn't try to export the US version to China but rather built an event ground up for China . As Chinese consumers gain affluence, we expect them to act like Westerners and are [...] John Rutledge, Founder and CEO of Rutledge Capital, explains his investment philosophy and shares his top picks. July 15, 2012 China 's state capitalism is a messy mix of market, plan, and one-party rule. The Chinese economy stumbled last month?”

Reuters. Shares up on China growth relief; dollar slips NEW YORK - Global equity markets advanced broadly on Wednesday after China reported growth that beat expectations, providing relief to investors worried about the Chinese economy, while the dollar slid on the growing view the Federal Reserve will keep interest rates lower than normal for a few years. 1:01pm EDT China gets first bitcoin ATM, skirting bank crackdown SHANGHAI - BTC China, one of the country's leading digital currency exchanges, has installed China's first bitcoin ATM and launched an online app allowing individuals to buy and sell bitcoins using mobile phones, skirting local banking regulations seen as increasingly hostile to so-called crypto-currencies.

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China blames France's Veolia for tap water pollution. TheEcomomist. Country Briefings. FT. China Confidential. EuroInvestor.