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Conflicting trade reports send the Aussie dollar on a roller coaster ride

Conflicting reports on US-Sino trade negotiations sent the Aussie dollar on a wild rise in late trade on Thursday. The WSJ reported that US officials were considering watering down US tariffs on Chinese imports. A treasury spokesperson subsequently denied the ...

US to ban technology sales to rule-breaking Chinese companies under proposed law

A bipartisan group of United States politicians introduce legislation banning the sale of US technology components to Huawei, ZTE Corp or other Chinese telecommunications firms that violate US sanctions or export laws.

Beijing hits out at Australia over 'concern' for Canadian sentenced to death

Beijing fires back after Australia's acting Foreign Minister Simon Birmingham labels a Chinese court's sentencing of a ...

Taiwan holds live-fire exercises following China threats

The drills are Taiwan's first since Chinese President Xi Jinping reasserted Beijing's willingness to use military force to bring Taiwan under Chinese ...

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Top brokers name 3 ASX shares to sell today

Medibank Private Ltd (ASX:MPL) shares are one of three that brokers have named as sells this week...

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Today I Discovered Why Searching Google For 'Idiot' Shows Trump

Earlier this week, Google's CEO Sundar Pichai faced a House Judiciary Committee in the United States Congress to ...

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The Australian dollar drifts higher as China stimulus speculation intensifies

The Australian dollar drifted higher against most of the major crosses on Tuesday. Movements in the Chinese yuan remain highly influential on those in the Aussie. More »     

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China says countries should end "fabrications" about Huawei

Criticises push to "suppress and restrict" Chinese tech.

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China hands death penalty to Canadian drug smuggler in retrial

A Chinese court has sentenced a Canadian man to death after he was convicted of involvement in a drug ring that attempted to send 200 kilograms of methamphetamine to Australia.

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In his trade war with China, Donald Trump has secret allies

Private-sector Chinese businesses are key to growth, and they happen to share many of the same complaints as the United States.

Chinese New Year 2019: our guide for business travellers

Chinese New Year 2019 begins on Tuesday 5 February, ushering in ‘The Year of the Pig’ and a two-week long Spring Festival ...

'It's a regulatory no-man's land': Nicotine found in 'nicotine-free' e-cigarette liquids

Nicotine, the addictive agent found in tobacco cigarettes, is discovered in a number of e-cigarette liquids claiming to be free of it, according to a new study.

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Chinese telco Huawei sacks accused 'spy' detained in Poland

Huawei's move to distance the company from the actions of Wang Weijing contrasts with its support for chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou on bail in Canada

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From fishing village to the world stage: inside China's Silicon Valley

For all of Donald Trump’s trade war talk of Chinese technology theft, many of 2018’s digital trends were made in China.

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Hands On With The First Foldable Phone

In the last few months of 2018 it seemed like the mobile world was dominated by the foldable arms race. Samsung was always at the forefront of the conversation, but there were other contenders who might get there ...

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World's first foldable smartphone is glorious, and a hot mess

A Chinese startup has beaten the tech giants to the punch with the Royole FlexPai. But while the tech is solid, it's not a good experience.

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The Australian dollar is higher because the Chinese yuan is up too

The Australian dollar continued to gain on Thursday, lifting to a three-week high against the greenback. A ...

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Iron ore prices fall for a second day

Iron ore spot markets fell for a second session on Thursday. Speculation over potential temporary industrial output curbs in northern China, soft Chinese economic data and a lift in Chinese iron ore port inventories were all cited as possible factors to explain the ...

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Top brokers name 3 ASX shares to sell today

Bank of Queensland Limited (ASX:BOQ) shares are one of three named as sells by top brokers this week...

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China's latest inflation report points to an economy that's losing momentum

Chinese inflationary pressures decelerated sharply in December. Consumer prices grew at the slowest annual rate since June. Producer prices were even softer, increasing by the least since September 2016. More »     

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Today I Discovered The Wonderful World Of Fly Vomit

Two blowflies were chowing down on a dog turd mixed with their own vomit for lunch. One of the flies burped. The ...

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Why Goldman Sachs Expects Iron Ore Prices to Drop to $60

Why Goldman Sachs Expects Iron Ore Prices to Drop to $60 ## Resilient iron ore prices As we noted in Is the Party Over for Commodities as China ...

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Lower grade iron ore prices surge to multi-year highs

Mid and lower iron ore grades continued to rally on Tuesday, helped by reports of restocking by Chinese steel ...

'We were like dead people': Woman talks about life inside Chinese 're-education camp'

In a rare firsthand account, Gulbahar Jelilova tells the ABC she was beaten, lost 20 kilograms in a month and would be ...

Why is Huawei allowed to install cell boxes when it is banned from 5G?

Chinese telco giant Huawei has been prohibited from taking part in the rollout of 5G infrastructure in Australia, but it is getting involved in the installation of small cell boxes in some suburbs. The distinction between the "core" and "edge" of the network could be the key.

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China's next stimulus step could be direct share purchases by its central bank

Anyone who has been following Chinese financial markets in recent years would know about the so-called "National Team". It's the nickname given to a group of government-linked institutions that are tasked with intervening whenever markets moves are deemed as being undesirable for ...

North Korean leader Kim visits China for summit with Xi

Kim Jong Un is in China for a fourth summit meeting with President Xi Jinping, North Korean and Chinese state media have reported.

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