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U.S.-CHINA RELATIONS 04.24.2015

Kevin Rudd: Realism, Purpose for Sino-U.S. Ties

A new report by the former Australian prime minister puts heavy emphasis on bilateral cooperation to foster long-term trust

By researcher Nikolai Blackie
TV SECTOR CORRUPTION 04.24.2015

Graft Probe Uncovers Dark Screen at Anhui TV

One of China's leading provincial TV stations has been rocked by a corruption investigation targeting key executives

By staff reporter Ouyang Yanqin
OIL 04.23.2015

Saudi Aramco Still Ambitious in Slowing China

Despite an economic slowdown and a suspended project in Kunming, the Saudi oil giant is pressing ahead in China

By staff reporter Huang Kaixi
OIL 04.22.2015

Saudi Aramco's Al-Falih on China Collaboration

An interview with the CEO of the Saudi kingdom's oil giant points to closer ties between China and its largest crude supplier

By staff reporters Hu Shuli, Wang Shuo, Wang Yuqian and Huang Kaixi

IN THE NEWS

EARTHQUAKE 04.27.2015

Quake that Pounded Nepal Said to Kill 20 People in Tibet

Fifty-six are injured in the region of western China and four others are missing

    MILITARY 04.27.2015

    PLA Raises Number of Top Officers in Trouble for Graft to 33

    News website linked to army adds three major generals to list of disgraced officers that it has published this year

      COURTS 04.27.2015

      Legislature Approves Reform of Jury System

      Changes could help prevent corruption in the courts, law expert says

        BANK CARD SECTOR 04.24.2015

        MasterCard Plots Course on Changes to China's Payment Infrastructure

        Chang Qing, head of MasterCard China, says the company is ready to leverage its expertise in adapting the bank card business to mobile technologies

          DAIMLER FINE 04.24.2015

          Germany's Daimler Fined for Price-Fixing Cars

          A Jiangsu bureau fined the luxury carmaker and affiliated dealerships for breaking China's anti-trust law

            CORRUPTION FUGITIVE LIST 04.23.2015

            Anti-Graft Investigators Add 100 Chinese Suspects to Interpol Fugitive List

            International police agency issues arrest notices at the request of China, which includes fugitives that fled as early as 1996

              PRIVATE JET 04.23.2015

              China's Billionaire Jet Set

              China's super-rich still favor large and high-end models of private jets

                BANK CARDS 04.22.2015

                China to Open Bank Card Clearing to Foreign Competition

                Decision comes after ruling by World Trade Organization in 2012 which found China broke trade rules by allowing state-backed UnionPay to monopolize the market

                  FTZ EXPANSION 04.21.2015

                  Free-Trade Pilot Program Expanded to Tianjin, Fujian and Guangdong

                  Cities in coastal Fujian and Guangdong provinces and northern port of Tianjin operating under localized FTZ structure in plans recently detailed by State Council

                    PRIVATE HOSPITAL DEAL 04.21.2015

                    Mayo Clinic-Invested Company to Open General Hospital in Beijing

                    All-purpose general hospital run by Amcare Corporation seen as test case that could pave the way for more private investment in sector

                      POLICY BANKS 04.21.2015

                      CDB and EXIM Bank to Receive Capital Injections from Forex Reserves

                      Injection from sizable foreign reserves aimed at strengthening balance sheets for 'Belt and Road' initiatives, according to inside sources

                        • Lenin's 145th birthday, Water Splashing Festival in Yunnan and a protest over melons that may have been tainted

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                          The Week in Photos
                        • School-designated uniforms are mandatory for students at most primary, middle and high schools in China. Styles and color schemes are set by each school, encouraging comraderie. A Shenzhen uniform recently went on display at a museum in London.

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                          Fashion Statements
                        • A wild elephant is found struggling to survive in deep mud in Yunnan Province and is rescued by 40 people, only to die from an infection two days later

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                          Stuck in the Mud
                        • Chief Executive Officer of Coursera Rick Levin discusses the economic viability of offering higher education content online and the growth of the for-profit platform in China

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                          Online Education
                        • People fight boredom by dancing during a traffic jam on a highway in Yunnan

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                          Disco Highway
                        • The People's Liberation Army’s first reserve detachment of reconnaissance drone operators in Shanghai is formally inaugurated

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                          Drone Squad
                        • A coal mine floods in Shanxi Province, leaving seven workers dead and 17 unaccounted for

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                          Trapped in the Dark

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                        OPINION

                        Caixin Editorial

                        China's Anti-Corruption Drive: Don't Stop Now

                        The fact that many government officials are sitting idle, waiting for the storm to pass, proves the campaign must continue

                        04.22.2015

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                        World's two biggest powers must remember their common interests outweigh any differences, former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger tells Caixin in an exclusive interview


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