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Tightening the sector will slow investment growth and boost bad debts, but the last thing Beijing needs is its own subprime crisis

Air pollution in the Chinese capital is a big concern for foreign professionals and companies find it more difficult to recruit international staff

India's tough new sexual-assault laws, while necessary, will be insufficient to address pervasive gender discrimination. Designing effective policies to diminish the obstacles confronting women and girls requires measuring the prevalence of the attitud…

The world’s task in addressing North Korea’s recent saber rattling is made no easier by the fact that it confronts an impoverished and effectively defeated country. On the contrary, it is precisely in such circumstances that calm foresight in policymaking is most necessary.

In a fragile global environment, has America become a beacon of hope? While the US is experiencing several positive economic trends, Europe continues to stagnate, and China will be vulnerable to a hard landing in 2014 unless its new leaders accelerate …

SHANGHAI stocks declined this morning, led by distilleries, even though statistics indicated that China's manufacturing sector expanded at the fastest pace in 11 months.

Factory output rose at its fastest pace in almost a year in March, but the slower-than-expected increase suggests economic rebound remains fragile

Chinese fruit and vegetable juice maker Huiyuan published its annual report for 2012, stating that its net profit decreased by 94.8% to CNY16.16 million during the reporting period. According to the report, Huiyuan's total operating revenue in 2012 was…

Chinese B2C e-commerce website and Chinese search engine Baidu have reached an agreement for business cooperation. Based on the cooperation, the two parties will implement in-depth cooperation in resource sharing, big data applications, a…

The deaths of two men in Shanghai from a strain of bird flu have raised the spectre of a new epidemic 10 years after the Sars virus caused panic

TWO Airbus A380s made a dramatic tandem flight over the Sydney Harbour Bridge yesterday to launch the new Qantas-Emirates partnership, hailed by the Australian carrier as a "seismic shift" in aviation.

CHINA'S top civil aviation authorities yesterday began implementing a new program to increase flights by 8.3 percent during the summer and autumn in the world's fastest growing air market.

MAJOR depositors in Cyprus's biggest bank will lose around 60 percent of savings over 100,000 euros, its central bank confirmed on Saturday, sharpening the terms of a bailout that has shaken European banks but saved the island from bankruptcy.

AMID much speculation on the future of the "smart watch," the consensus is growing: the time is right.

The China Fortune, a Newcastlemax bulk carrier, is delivered to Taiwan-based Chinese Maritime Transport Ltd by Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co in Shanghai on Saturday. The 206,000 deadweight-ton ship is the fifth bulk vessel built by the shipyard f…

GREECE'S international lenders have asked Athens to halt National Bank's takeover of rival Eurobank, worried that the resulting lender would be too big for the state to deal with, two bankers close to the talks said on Saturday.

Users of Tencent's popular WeChat chatting application may have to pay fees after media reported China's major telecommunications operators are looking to charge users, a senior regulatory official said yesterday.