News and Articles About China
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Weekly News Roundup
This quick news recap will keep you "in the know" this weekend.
The scary headlines about the Chinese stock market obscure the larger facts about the giant nation's continuing growth.
The ridesharing giant just snagged an investment from HNA Group, the Chinese aviation and shipping conglomerate.
Traditional celebrations in Russia, China and Brazil are three largely unexplored -- and likely lucrative -- ecommerce markets.
Customers can stream Disney's television shows, movies and other media via a Mickey Mouse-shaped device.
He might be involved in an anti-corruption case.
In addition to the agreement, China and the U.S. will conduct 'tabletop exercises' in the spring.
The cyber attack was the work of criminals, according to China's official Xinhua news agency.
The one-day ecommerce shopping event in China is bigger than Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined.
Alibaba was the first company to capitalize on the holiday in 2009, and it's now the biggest 24-hour shopping event.
The fast-food company's latest quarterly results suggest its turnaround efforts are bearing fruit.
The company's China unit has been beset by food scandals and marketing missteps.
The U.S. company is making inroads to the world's second-largest economy.
China is a communist nation of close to 1.4 billion people where there has been explosive new growth and business opportunities alongside regimented government control over its media and the civil liberties of its citizens.
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