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China Current Events: April 14

Increasing migration requires better family planning in China China’s family planning service, which has effectively implemented the one-child policy over three decades, is facing challenges from the increasing migrant population, said a senior family planning official in Beijing Friday. China pulls out 1 ship but no end to sea standoff China withdrew one of three […]

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    • Australia, China Stock Markets Climb - Wall Street Journal May 3, 2016
      Wall Street JournalAustralia, China Stock Markets ClimbWall Street JournalMost Asian shares rallied Tuesday, with Australia led higher by a cut in the country's benchmark interest rate and China rising on fresh confidence in Beijing's stated support of its stock markets. Australia's S&P/ASX 200 led the Asia-Pacific region ...and more »
    • Asia markets mostly up, with Australia shares jumping as RBA cuts rates - CNBC May 3, 2016
      CNBCAsia markets mostly up, with Australia shares jumping as RBA cuts ratesCNBCAsian stocks mostly gained on Tuesday, despite disappointing data from China, with Australia's shares climbing and its dollar falling after the Reserve Bank of Australia cut interest rates unexpectedly. The RBA cut its benchmark rate by 25 basis points ...and more »
    • China investigates Baidu after death of student who sought cancer cure on internet - The Guardian May 3, 2016
      The GuardianChina investigates Baidu after death of student who sought cancer cure on internetThe GuardianChina's state-run media has accused internet giant Baidu of putting profits before people following the death of a 21-year-old student who used its search engine to seek out ineffective treatment for cancer. Wei Zexi, from Shaanxi province, died on
    • China Rolls Up Welcome Mat - Wall Street Journal May 3, 2016
      Wall Street JournalChina Rolls Up Welcome MatWall Street JournalSHANGHAI— Henry Luce, the founder of Time magazine, was raised in China as the son of a Presbyterian missionary. He and his family were among a population of foreigners that swelled to as many as half a million before 1949. Some were teachers ...and more »
    • Apple no longer has exclusive rights to the “iPhone” name in China - Quartz May 3, 2016
      QuartzApple no longer has exclusive rights to the “iPhone” name in ChinaQuartzXintong Tiandi registered the “IPHONE” trademark to make leather products back in 2007, about five years after Apple registered the same name in China for computer software and hardware. Apple first took the case to the Chinese trademark authority in ...
    • China's factory activity contracts again in April - CNBC May 3, 2016
      CNBCChina's factory activity contracts again in AprilCNBCActivity in China's manufacturing sector unexpectedly declined further in April, a private survey showed Tuesday, reviving doubts over the health of the world's second-largest economy. The Caixin Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) fell to ...FTSE 100 hits three-week low
    • The Depth of Apple's Troubles in China - Barron's May 2, 2016
      Barron'sThe Depth of Apple's Troubles in ChinaBarron'sIf a slowing economy were the only issue facing Apple in China, there would be reason for greater shareholder optimism going forward. After all, what goes down can also go up. And China will likely snap back at some point. But as a few recent articles ...
    • Starbucks And Steel: The Divergent Directions Of China's Economy - NPR May 2, 2016
      Starbucks And Steel: The Divergent Directions Of China's EconomyNPRWhen it comes to the future of China's economy, Wang Dengwen is yesterday's man. He came from the countryside and found work a few years ago at Shanghai's Baosteel, smoothing the edges off steel plates. After his first year, the steel market began to ...and more »
    • Experts Warn of Backlash in Donald Trump's China Trade Policies - New York Times May 2, 2016
      New York TimesExperts Warn of Backlash in Donald Trump's China Trade PoliciesNew York TimesHe could also pursue congressional legislation to impose a 45 percent tariff, or tax, on imported Chinese goods, as he has proposed. The bottom line, some experts say, is that Mr. Trump might well be able to squeeze China. That does not mean, however ...Trump:
    • Taiwan objects as Malaysia deports Taiwanese citizens to China - CNN May 2, 2016
      CNNTaiwan objects as Malaysia deports Taiwanese citizens to ChinaCNNBeijing accuses them of being part of an elaborate scheme in which fraudsters posed as law enforcement officials to extort money from residents in mainland China. Twenty other Taiwanese citizens allegedly involved in the scam were deported from ...China airs two more confessions by Taiwan fr