China Buyers Lighten Up On Japanese-Car Grudge
Nine months after anti-Japanese riots in China over an island dispute, trade is rebounding—with Chinese consumers particularly warming again to Japanese cars.
Chinese Data Cast Global Pall
New data suggesting contraction in Chinese manufacturing have cast further doubt about growth in the world's No. 2 economy, hitting markets as investors worry about the implications for the global outlook.
Sprint to give US government say on board, remove Chinese hardware
Feds want Huawei gear off Sprint's networks, control over hardware purchases.
North Korea says willing to take China's advice to start talks
BEIJING - North Korea is willing to take China's advice and enter into talks, Chinese state television cited an envoy of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un as saying, following weeks of tension on the Korean peninsula after the North's latest nuclear test.
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Chinese Research Institute Responds to Arrests
A Chinese government-sponsored institute that U.S. prosecutors say was secretly given access to U.S.-funded research said it will "take legal measures" to protect its reputation.