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Beijing opens maritime rescue base in South China Sea

Beijing opens a maritime rescue centre on a reef in the hotly contested South China Sea as it seeks to continue building up its presence in the region.

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China’s surveillance model is exactly what the West is trying to emulate

We need to stop kidding ourselves that we're so different from the Chinese on surveillance and control. They just do it better than us. The post China’s surveillance model is exactly what the West is trying to emulate appeared first on Crikey.

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Trade talks to continue in Washington as deadline looms

Xi Jinping said progress has been made in talks between China and the US - but he gave few details.

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Second Beijing-based ambassador goes rogue over detained citizen

Sweden's foreign ministry has confirmed that its ambassador to China, Anna Lindstedt, had been recalled to Stockholm on Wednesday and was under ...

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Famous Chinese film director's desert labour camp movie pulled

The setting of the film may have also proved sensitive, as China faces rising international criticism over its re-education centres in China's ...

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New Zealand refutes claims of rift with China

New Zealand's government is denying its relationship with China has frayed after what opposition politicians say is a series of snubs by Beijing.

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No permission to land: NZ flight returns after China knock-back

Air New Zealand said a technicality meant 'the particular aircraft' did not have Chinese regulatory authority to land in China.

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Flush with savings, Russia embarks on big projects

Russia has become a world-class saver. So much gold has piled up in its central bank that Russia surpassed China last year to become the world's fifth-largest holder of gold.

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Millions are on the move in China, and Big Data is watching

China's high-speed rail network appears to be at the centre of the state's experiment in harnessing technology to not only watch its citizens, but shape their behaviour.

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Dances with dragons and lions: Young Chinese Australians keep Lunar New Year traditions alive

Interest in lion and dragon dances is fading in China. But in Australia, the children of Chinese migrants feel they have an obligation to embrace it ...

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From the Archives, 1945: The liberation of Manila

On this day in 1945, Herald reporter Jack Percival filed a first-hand account of the liberation of the Santo Tomas Internment Camp, where he had ...

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Trump suspends arms treaty 'to focus on China, Russia threats'

The move announced on Friday sets the stage for delicate talks with US allies over potential new American missile deployments.

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Sri Lanka seeks $1 billion loan from China amid debt woes

After criticising the previous government for indebting itself to China, Sri Lanka has now requested a $1 billion loan from China.

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Trump suspends arms treaty to focus on China, Russia threats

The move announced on Friday sets the stage for delicate talks with US allies over potential new American missile deployments.

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'Biggest' trade deal will hinge on 'enforcement' of Chinese promises

China has reportedly committed to vigorously expanding imports of US products.

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Europe's listed firms expect to glean $514 billion in revenue from China

(This Jan 29 has a corrected graphic and story and removes Compass Group. LONDON (Reuters) - European listed firms expect to receive 449 billion ...

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GRAPHIC-Europe's listed firms expect to glean $514 bln in revenue from China

European listed firms expect to receive 449 billion euros ($514 billion) in total revenue from China in 2019, with luxury brands and automakers the ...

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Huawei boss says WA has nothing to fear over $200m rail project

The WA Government demands assurances from Huawei that it can deliver on a rail communications contract amid a standoff between the US and China over the technology firm, but the company says there will be "no risk" to the project.

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Could China Balance Growth with Risk through Credit Growth?

Could China’s Slowdown Weigh on Iron Ore Prices This Year?(Continued from Prior Part)Aggregate financingAggregate financing reflects the total funds provided by a country’s financial system to its nonfinancial sectors and households. In China

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China most active in cyber espionage against US: Coats

More aligned than in decades says intelligence chief.

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'No one wins from a trade war': Australia urges US-China to strike a deal as tensions mount

Foreign Minister Marise Payne has urged the Trump administration to end its trade war with China as tariff negotiations between the rival superpowers ...

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GRAPHIC-Europe's listed firms expect to glean $521 bln in revenue from China

European listed firms expect to receive 456 billion euros ($521 billion) in total revenue from China in 2019, with luxury brands and automakers the ...

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Xi Jinping’s China and the Australian left’s dilemma

Yang Hengjun's arrest again shows how the future that Australia imagined, with China at its centre, has been upturned.

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On Huawei, Australia shows it can be tough on China and still trade

Australia's ban on Huawei shows business can still be done with the emerging superpower, Australia's High Commissioner to Britain told an audience in ...

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US spy chiefs break with Trump on many threats to the US

Russia and China pose the biggest espionage and cyber attack threats to the United States and are more aligned than they have been in decades.

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What China’s Steel Price Trends Could Mean for Iron Ore Miners

Could China’s Slowdown Weigh on Iron Ore Prices This Year?(Continued from Prior Part)China’s steel prices Bumper margins prompted Chinese steel mills to continue increasing their output. In 2017, Chinese steel prices rose ~30%, and they remained

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China’s Steel Production Outlook Remains Muted

Could China’s Slowdown Weigh on Iron Ore Prices This Year?(Continued from Prior Part)Daily average output slides Previously, we looked at how Chinese iron ore imports stayed weak last year due to lower steel production. As reported by Reuters,

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