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Official purchasing managers’ index dips to 50.1 in February, but for fifth straight month holds above midpoint of 50, showing expansion in activity

TWO routes linking Shijiazhuang, capital of north China's Hebei Province, with the cities of Seoul and Busan in the Republic of Korea (ROK) are expected to open in April, the Hebei Airport Management Corp. said Friday.

HOME prices in China rose for the ninth consecutive month in February, though at a slower pace, with nearly three fourths of the cities monitored by a key research institute seeing gains from January.

SHANGHAI stocks retreated today after data showed China's manufacturing activity moderated to a five-month low in February.

Chinese sportswear company Anta published its performance report for 2012, stating that its net profit was CNY1.36 billion during the reporting period. According to the report, the company's operating revenue decreased by 14.4% to CNY7.62 billion; its …

More Chinese netizens have access to faster Internet from their homes, according to latest figures. The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China just held a webinar in Beijing covering the growth of broadband services. During the meetin…

Anti-dumping investigation comes on top of bloc’s biggest trade case as European manufacturers voice accusations of improper government subsidies

Japan is braced for fight to hold on to the top job at the Asian Development Bank in Manila, which it has long regarded as its preserve

A risk-averse White House cannot hope to carry out the obligations of a global superpower, writes Philip Stephens

The Chinese company has risen from cheap technology imitator to industrial powerhouse but its ambitions in the global market extend still further

Guo Ping, chief executive and confidant of founder Ren Zhengfei, stressed the company’s independence in his first interview with foreign media

While the world focuses on the gathering of cardinals in Rome to choose a successor to Pope Benedict XVI, a similar conclave is underway in Tokyo to choose the Bank of Japan’s next governor. And, as with the deliberations at the Vatican, politics, not doctrinal debate, is underpinning the decision-making process in Japan.

A Sky Aviation's Sukhoi Superjet 100 taxis onto the tarmac on landing at Halim Perdanakusumah Airport in Jakarta yesterday for the unveiling ceremony of the first of the 12 jetliners purchased by the airline. The first Russian-made Sukhoi passenger jet…

A record 91 percent of US companies in China are optimistic over the outlook for their Chinese operations because of the growing importance of the domestic market, but for the second year in a row their business performance fell in 2012, a survey showed yesterday.

CHINA wants its companies to be more environment-conscious and socially responsible when they invest overseas, according to a guide produced jointly by two ministries.

BANKERS in Europe face a cap on bonuses as early as next year, following agreement in Brussels yesterday to introduce what would be the world's strictest pay curbs, in a move politicians hope will address public anger at financial-sector greed.

THE US economy grew at a 0.1 percent annual rate from October through December, the weakest performance in nearly two years. But economists believe a steady housing rebound, stronger hiring and solid spending by consumers and businesses are pushing economic growth higher in the current quarter.