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From the foreign press

2012-09-28 08:08:09

Ingo Nentwig, a German sinologist and ethnologist, wrote an article explaining why Japan's claim to the Diaoyu Islands is both illegal and worrying.

Falling prices impact on LED chipmakers

2012-05-30 15:57:32

Sluggish global sales of TVs and computers may further cut LED chip prices by 20 percent this year, and consolidation or closure are the only options for China's smaller LED players.

Words of opposition

2012-05-24 10:30:57

The political appeal for a non-governmental society lacks political and lawful foundation, in which the public can be misled.

China's towering metal stockpiles cast economic shadow

2012-05-25 17:54:21

When metals warehouses in top consumer China are so full that workers start stockpiling iron ore in granaries and copper in car parks, you know the global economy could be in trouble.

China eschews fiscal fanfare for supportive spending

2012-05-22 15:04:10

Some analysts say there is no need for Beijing to spend big as China is stronger than in 2009 when 4 trillion yuan ($635 billion) of stimulus came in the wake of the 2008-09 global financial crisis.

From the foreign press

2012-05-16 08:10:15

Positive catalyst for Africa

China growth risks signal need for fiscal action

2012-05-14 09:55:44

Faster, fatter spending on infrastructure and social housing, more tax breaks for business and incentives to boost consumer spending are among the typical additional measures called for.

China gas reforms spark investment boom

2012-05-11 15:58:00

The prospects for expansion and acquisitions also have China's natural gas distributors trading like growth stocks, instead of bog-standard utilities.

Petro-dollar windfall could help China's rebalancing

2012-05-10 15:56:17

Commodity exporting countries have had a windfall after commodity price rises and they are now recycling this back into the global trade system.

China's shipyards founder as building boom ends

2012-05-07 15:38:49

During a maritime recession, shipbuilding is usually the first and hardest hit sector as global ship owners delay or cancel orders for new vessels to save capital reserves.

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