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American death in Singapore raises questions about espionage, foul play

Feb 19, 2013
In a case with possible national security implications for the U.S., an American electronics engineer was found hanged in Singapore last year.
Posted In: China, Tech, Financial Times, huawei
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Report alleges Chinese military group behind U.S. hacking

Feb 19, 2013
The American computer security firm Mandiant is releasing a report today that claims cyber attacks in the U.S. are linked to hackers inside a Chinese military group.
Posted In: cybersecurity, China, hacking
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North Korea confirms its biggest nuclear test, but at what cost?

Feb 12, 2013
The test is the country's third and is being condemned by the United States and other countries in the region.
Posted In: North Korea, nuclear, China
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Which country depends most on exports?

Feb 11, 2013
Find out which country exports 56 percent of its GDP each year.
Posted In: exports, South Korea, China, Germany
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Fake boyfriends to rent for Chinese New Year

Feb 7, 2013
Chinese women turn to hiring 'fake boyfriends' to make the holidays more bearable.
Posted In: China, holidays
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At Foxconn, workers union gets teeth

Feb 5, 2013
Workers at the major Apple supplier in China will soon have a new union that represents them. Formerly, the union was controlled by management.
Posted In: China, Foxconn, apple
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Marketplace Tech for Friday, February 1, 2013

Feb 1, 2013
Chinese hackers infiltrated The New York Times for months, and the technique they used was something not so advanced -- email. Google’s “Project Glass” promises to put the functionality of a smart phone on your face. But is that what people want? And, the first down line you see on TV football games could be coming to a real-world Super Bowl, but not yet.
Posted In: Google, Google Glass, New York Times, hacking, China
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The New York Times says it was attacked by Chinese hackers

Jan 31, 2013
A look at how Chinese hackers broke into the computer systems of The New York Times.
Posted In: New York Times, China, hacking
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Chinese firm approved to buy U.S. electric car battery company

Jan 31, 2013
The U.S. government has approved China's largest auto parts maker Wanxiang's plans to buy A123 systems. The result might be a huge loss of jobs in America.
Posted In: China, electric cars, manufacturing
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China's city dwellers struggle to cope with air pollution

Jan 30, 2013
China now burns nearly as much coal as the rest of the world combined. That's one reason for the recent severe smog outbreaks that have many Chinese residents complaining about air pollution.
Posted In: China, pollution, smog

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