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IN the week since stricter measures were rolled out to tame China's property market, 9,400 units of second-hand homes were sold in Beijing, local authorities said today.

DUE to rising food prices during the Spring Festival season, China's annual consumer inflation rebounded to a 10-month high of 3.2 percent in February, according to data released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) today.

CHINA'S annual consumer inflation rebounds to a 10-month high of 3.2 percent in February on accounts of rising food prices during the Spring Festival season, data from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) data showed today.

THE price of oil was up slightly yesterday, as a strong US jobs report was tempered by gains in the dollar.

A burst of hiring in February pushed stocks higher on Wall Street.

Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying has been dogged by scandal from his first days in office, his personal integrity is routinely impugned by much of the press, and his popularity is plummeting. He has only himself to blame.

CHINA'S exports continued to grow strongly in February while imports plunged due to the impact of the Spring Festival holiday, the General Administration of Customs said yesterday.

As Beijing’s political elite meet in the Great Hall of the People, petitioners descend on the capital in an often desperate effort to be heard

The Bombardier Inc's CSeries 100 test airplane is displayed after the unveiling at the Canadian company's production facility in Mirabel, Quebec, on Thursday. The CSeries is Bombardier's biggest plane ever and represents the company's attempt to break …

China and Singapore doubled a currency swap agreement to 300 billion yuan (US$48.3 billion) after the city-state became the third offshore center for the yuan last month.

COMMERCE Minister Chen Deming is calling on Europe's politicians and entrepreneurs to properly handle the solar panel friction with China to avoid greater losses for both sides.

GOOGLE Inc yesterday said it will cut about 1,200 jobs at its Motorola Mobility unit, including positions in China, just seven months after announcing plans to lay off 4,000 employees.

SHANGHAI stocks yesterday declined for a second straight day after data showed that China's imports fell more than expected in February.