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China cracks down on popular TV shows

Jan 6, 2012
On the orders of the government, Chinese television has had to replace popular shows similar to "American Idol" with more morally uplifting fare.
Posted In: tv, chinese popular culture, China

Chinese company to invest in U.S. oil drilling

Jan 4, 2012
Sinopec will spend billions of dollars on a partnership to drill for natural gas in Ohio. The company is hoping to gain the needed expertise to grow the fracking industry in China.
Posted In: fracking, Oil, China

China announces plans for space program

Dec 30, 2011
China has unveiled plans for space exploration over the next five years. The country says it'll launch space laboratories, manned spaceships, and an eventual goal of building a space station and putting a man on the moon.
Posted In: China's Economy, China, space program

All eyes on China and Europe in 2012

Dec 30, 2011
In the New Year, financial experts will keep a close watch on both the eurozone and China, and their impact on the global economy.
Posted In: China's Economy, Eurozone, China, 2012

Should China's Alibaba be allowed to buy Yahoo?

Dec 29, 2011
Chinese Internet giant Alibaba wants full ownership of Yahoo. But national security concerns might stop any deal.
Posted In: Yahoo, China, alibaba

Poland sees China links as key to growth

Dec 28, 2011
Poland has prospered in recent years as many European nations fell into debt. It sees partnership with China as a key element in sustaining growth.
Posted In: Poland, China

China, Japan make currency deal

Dec 26, 2011
China and Japan announce plans to allow businesses to swap currency without dealing in U.S. dollars
Posted In: China, Japan, currency

Chinese hackers hit Chamber of Commerce

Dec 21, 2011
for some reason
Posted In: China, hacking

Air travel in China takes a great leap forward

Dec 20, 2011
Chinese airports are getting bigger and more efficient, and the country's airplanes are getting an upgrade, as the nation gains ever-greater economic clout.
Posted In: China, airline industry

A speedbump for U.S. auto sales in China

Dec 15, 2011
The Chinese government will start to levy duties on imported cars made in the United States.
Posted In: China, car, auto sales

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