NEW DELHI—India's prime minister pressed China's president for a speedy resolution of boundary disputes as hundreds of Indian and Chinese forces faced off in the Himalayas, overshadowing a summit meeting aimed at deepening economic ties.
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A scrawny Ma, just over 5 feet tall, was rejected by KFC and other employers in his hometown of Hangzhou in east China. He believed in the Internet's business potential when few other Chinese did. Outlandish ideas earned him the nickname "Crazy Jack Ma.
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China's central bank has lent 100 billion renminbi, or $16.2 billion, to each of the country's five main, state-controlled banks, bankers and economists said Wednesday, although the central bank and the five banks involved stayed silent. The seemingly ...
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The official Xinhua news agency said on Thursday that Apple's new iPhone had been given regulatory approval for use on domestic frequencies, but the phone cannot be sold in China until a key network license is granted. The Xinhua report did not ...
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