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China pledges to sending combat troops on a UN peacekeeping mission for the first time, marking a shift in Beijing’s approach to conflict resolution

SHANGHAI stocks declined for the seventh straight day amid the ongoing liquidity squeeze and concern over the economy despite data showing the regulator has granted new quotas for foreign investors to tap China's securities market.

A plot of land measuring 184,293 square meters in Xujin, outlying Qingpu District, today became the city's most expensive parcel sold this year.

CHINA announced it will levy anti-dumping tariffs of up to 36.9 percent on a chemical imported from the European Union, the latest twist in a dispute with its largest trading partner, the Ministry of Commerce said today.

Profits at China's industrial companies grew at a faster pace in May, led by the power generation, auto, information technology and oil refinery sectors, the National Bureau of Statistics said today.

Human Rights Watch says relocation programmes have forced more than 600,000 herders off their land and into government-built towns

AMERICAN carmaker Ford is making further inroads into China's in-car communication and entertainment sector by launching its SYNC AppLink software to link smartphone applications with the infotainment system in cars.

SHANGHAI stocks rose in the morning session today after China reported better than expected industrial profits.

Chinese telecom equipment maker Huawei will reportedly invest INR1.75 billion, which is about USD30 million, in the Indian market to establish its own brand. Meanwhile, Huawei launched a new 6.1-inch Android smartphone named Ascend Mate in the country,…

US stock indexes moved higher for a second day yesterday as the bond market recovered from a slump. Traders were also encouraged by an upturn in Europe.

BENCHMARK oil for August delivery rose 18 cents yesterday to close at US$95.50 per barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. That is in the middle of its range for the month of June, of US$91.26 to US$99.21 a barrel.

The California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS) says it has committed $50 million to Clearlake Capital, a California-based private equity firm focused on special situations. Reflecting how limited partners (LPs) have held back commitments to private equity since the financial crisis, the latest commitment is one of only ten that CalPERS made in private equity […]

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People enter a department store on the first day of the Summer sales yesterday in Paris. French government spending will fall next year for the first time since 1958. The cut comes out to 0.4 percent of planned 2013 central government spending of 395 b…

CHINA will accelerate the development of a 4G network nationwide to cover 100 cities and also upgrade a network to handle low-cost and big-capacity voice communications, participants said during a mobile communications show yesterday.

SOUTH Korea's largest mobile operator is this week launching what it says is the world's fastest wireless network.

THE Asia-Pacific region will account for half of the global mobile device user base in 2017, driven by investment in infrastructure and innovation in devices and services, a GSMA report said yesterday.

RARE earth prices in China have surged about 10 percent in the past two weeks, helped by a crackdown on illegal mining, Shanghai Securities Journal reported yesterday.

CANADA has been discussing with Chinese banks and other active market participants over the possibility of turning Toronto into the first North American hub for offshore yuan.