China’s fiscal revenue up 14.7 pct in Q1 China’s fiscal revenue in the first quarter of the year rose 14.7 percent from the same period last year to hit nearly 3 trillion yuan (475.81 billion U.S. dollars), the Ministry of Finance said Friday. China cuts off internet access in bid to exert control As the […]
- /video/video.news.com.au/Sport/Football/News/ - NEWS.com.au February 9, 2016NEWS.com.au/video/video.news.com.au/Sport/Football/News/NEWS.com.auYes, the combined spending of clubs in China's second division outstripped that seen in some of the most lucrative football markets in the world including Spain's La Liga, Italy's Serie A and France's Ligue 1. Not to mention the various competitions in ...China's Anta
- Chinese New Year Fireworks So Dangerous That Only a Few Get to Witness - ABC News February 9, 2016Chinese New Year Fireworks So Dangerous That Only a Few Get to WitnessABC NewsFor much of the next two weeks, millions of Chinese will welcome in the Year of Monkey, which begins today, with a cavalcade of fireworks lighting up the night's sky. In almost every corner of every city or village in Mainland China, families will ...and more »
- Human Services Minister Stuart Robert refuses to answer key questions about China trip - Sydney Morning Herald February 9, 2016Sydney Morning HeraldHuman Services Minister Stuart Robert refuses to answer key questions about China tripSydney Morning HeraldEmbattled Turnbull government minister Stuart Robert has refused to answer key questions about the secretive China trip that has put his frontbench future in doubt as it emerged he took representatives from Nimrod Resources - the Au
- US urges China to increase sanctions on North Korea after rocket launch - CNBC February 9, 2016CNBCUS urges China to increase sanctions on North Korea after rocket launchCNBCChina agrees any new U.N. resolution on North Korea will include additional sanctions and go beyond previous steps, but Washington is urging Beijing to put even more pressure on Pyongyang after its recent nuclear test and rocket launch, a senior U.S. ...Only China can stop North K
- What China Could Learn From Richard Nixon - The Atlantic February 9, 2016The AtlanticWhat China Could Learn From Richard NixonThe AtlanticLike China today, the United States of the 1970s experienced an abrupt economic slowdown. Its economy had expanded by 4.4 percent a year, on average, during the go-go '50s and '60s, but growth slowed by about one-quarter during the following decade, ...
- China's crisis, Europe's debt, and the US oil bust have become one big worldwide mess - Quartz February 8, 2016QuartzChina's crisis, Europe's debt, and the US oil bust have become one big worldwide messQuartzIn part because of sluggish demand from China—the world's largest consumer of commodities—stock prices of commodities producers have slid sharply, pushing markets in the US closer to a bear market.
- Photos: China welcomes the Year of the Monkey - PBS NewsHour February 8, 2016PBS NewsHourPhotos: China welcomes the Year of the MonkeyPBS NewsHourWith fireworks crackling and incense burning, families celebrated the Chinese Lunar New Year on Monday by eating, dancing and cleaning house. One of the customs of the New Year is to sweep away misfortune and make way for good luck. Revelers also ...Chinese New Year traditions: a brief guid
- Forget China? India reports higher GDP - CNBC February 8, 2016CNBCForget China? India reports higher GDPCNBCMove over, China. On Monday, India, the world's third largest economy, announced it expanded by 7.3 percent in the last quarter, making it one of the world's fastest growing economies. This gives investors another reason to stay bullish on India as ...China's 'new normal' is still astonis
- A Less Bombastic View On China Emerging - Forbes February 8, 2016ForbesA Less Bombastic View On China EmergingForbesLooking for China believers. Anybody out there? In September, the U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne said he wanted to strengthen ties with China, including a possible stock-exchange link. MSCI is back to reconsidering the A-shares for its ...China seeks to calm fears, but growth concerns persis
- Reaction: China FX reserves drop to 4-year low - CNBC February 8, 2016CNBCReaction: China FX reserves drop to 4-year lowCNBCSquawk Box Live tracked global market moves after China reported a $99.5 billion drop in foreign currency reserves in January to $3.23 trillion, marking the lowest level since 2012. Markets in Hong Kong and mainland China, as well as Singapore, Taiwan, ...