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Chinese spying on Taiwan has intensified even as relations between Beijing and Taipei have improved, according to Taiwanese president Ma Ying-jeou

Foreign Policy says: Rather than undercutting U.S. influence in the region, the result of China's post-crisis assertiveness has been to push most of its neighbors closer towards Washington. Yet Beijing seems tone-deaf to the tensions it is creating, falling back…

China Unicom's annual results for 2012 showed that the company's operating revenue increased by 19% year-on-year to CNY248.93 billion in 2012; and its net profit increased by 68.5% year-on-year to CNY7.1 billion. China Unicom's revenue from services wa…

At a Jewish seder a youngster has to ask four questions; this is also the time to think about moves afoot in Beijing

Host to the $10m Dubai World Cup teams up with government of Chengdu to help its Wenjiang district develop world class horse race meeting

PREMIER Li Keqiang yesterday called for courage and wisdom in pushing forward economic transformation and achieving sustainable growth in the long run.

After six years of weighing the options, China is now firmly committed to implementing a new growth strategy. But it will take courage and sheer determination to tackle the biggest obstacle of all – deeply entrenched local and provincial power blocs.

THE housing rentals for expatriates in Shanghai are likely to rise this year as vacancy rates remain low despite tightened corporate budgets, an international real estate services provider has said.

SHANGHAI stocks ended nearly flat yesterday as investors adopted a cautious stance amid mounting market uncertainty. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index added 0.01 percent on the final trading day of the month to close at 2,236.62 points. The index lost 3.94 percent this week and 5.45 percent in March.

TAIWAN is set to ease rules to allow Chinese mainland banks to buy bigger stakes in Taiwan banks and permit more Chinese mainland firms to invest in its financial industry, a move marking a major advance in cross-strait ties, the Taiwan financial regulator said yesterday.

THE president of Cyprus said yesterday the risk of bankruptcy had been contained and the country had no intention of leaving the euro, in a speech laden with criticism of Europe's currency union for "experimenting" with the island's fate.

A CHINESE regulator said yesterday it will strengthen supervision of the IT industry to better protect consumers after state media reported loopholes in Apple Inc's after-sales service in China.

A worker walks at an industrial zone yesterday in Urayasu, near Tokyo. Japan's factory output unexpectedly dipped in February on a drop in electronics production and consumer prices fell again, underscoring the challenge the central bank faces in engin…

More than a quarter of US companies surveyed say they have had trade secrets stolen or compromised through cyber attacks on their China operations

Leasing prices of homes for Shanghai expats are expected to rise this year because the vacancy rate is low even though companies are trimming their housing allowances, a local real estate agency predicted.

SHANGHAI stocks ended almost flat today as investors adopted a cautious stance amid rising market uncertainty.

SHANGHAI stocks fell this morning, led by food and beverage producers as investors worried about the impact of tighter rules on wealth management products.

Foreign minister says Jakarta protested to Beijing over China’s decision to print a map in its passports featuring claims to much of the South China Sea