China

State-Appointed Muslim Leader Killed in China

Wall Street Journal | Thu, 31 Jul 2014 02:27:06 -0700

SHANGHAI—The state-approved leader of China's largest mosque by size was killed in the far western Chinese city of Kashgar, according to multiple accounts, in the latest violence in a region beset by ethnic and religious strife. Jume Tahir was killed ...

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US Firms Wary About China's Free-Market Claims

Wall Street Journal | Thu, 31 Jul 2014 16:39:34 -0700

When Beijing recently sent a top economic planner to the U.S. to spread word of China's ambitious new reforms, the free market got a big, amorous hug. "The market will play the decisive role in resource allocation," promised Zheng Xinli, who helped ...

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US Hits China Solar Firms

Wall Street Journal | Fri, 01 Aug 2014 01:46:08 -0700

NEW DELH—The U.S. is shaking up the global solar-equipment industry by imposing heavy antidumping tariffs on Chinese makers, a move that is benefiting not just producers at home but also those operating in Asia and encouraging them to expand.

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Weak Links in China's Food Chain

New York Times | Thu, 31 Jul 2014 17:45:00 -0700

When McDonald's opened its first restaurant in China in the early 1990s, it did not turn to local suppliers for meat, which most likely would have been cheaper. Instead, it relied on its longtime partner the OSI Group, which had been linked to the fast ...

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