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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. 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.
Former U.S. Defense Secretary William Cohen just finished a week’s stay in Beijing where cyber security was at the top of his agenda in meetings with foreign policy experts here. While the publicity given to China’s alleged hacking of U.S. companies has put the spotlight on the issue, Mr. Cohen said in an interview, it’s now time for private negotiations between the U.S. and China. “If you continue to simply shout in public, we’re likely to get a negative reaction” from Beijing, he said
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 .