China bug declared world's longest insect

2016-05-05 19:00

A bug over half a metre long discovered in southern China has been declared the world's longest insect.

China oil slump seen joining US slide

2016-05-04 09:57

China’s falling oil output and sliding US production may help rebalance a market struggling to recover from the worst price crash in a generation.

UN chief urges end to 'madness' of nuclear weapons testing

2016-04-27 19:59

UN chief Ban Ki-moon has called for the US, China and other nuclear-armed states to end the "madness" of atomic testing by finally ratifying the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty, which turns 20 this year.

China could electrify global rechargeable car market

2016-04-24 13:43

So far only around one percent of cars owned in China are electric, but authorities are pushing them as a potential solution to the country's crippling air pollution health crisis.

China's Xi assumes more direct role over military

2016-04-21 19:58

Chinese President Xi Jinping has assumed a more direct role over the country's powerful armed forces as head of its increasingly important joint operations.

US official questions China's intentions in South China Sea

2016-04-21 10:05

US Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken says China's massive land reclamation projects in the South China Sea and its increasing militarisation of these outposts is fueling regional tension and raising serious questions about China's intentions

Apple denies handing source code to China

2016-04-20 09:48

The tech firm has denied providing Chinese authorities with special access to its devices, as the iPhone maker defended its position on encryption.

The commodity markets: Bear, bull or neither?

2016-04-19 10:30

Commodities had a good start to the year, with iron ore up 33%, gold up 14% and zinc up 12%. Shiraaz Abdullah discusses the outlook for this market.

China wields increasing power in world wine market

2016-04-18 18:51

The global wine market has grown almost 11% last year as China not only drank more wine but also produced more, says the International Organisation of Vine and Wine.

WATCH: Toddler defends granny from authorities with steel pipe

2016-04-18 14:11

A Chinese toddler has unleashed his inner warrior against a horde of urban management officers, vehemently coming to the defence of his vendor grandmother, much to the amusement of all onlookers.


China national rail owes more than Greece

2016-05-05 18:04

China's state-owned rail corporation is more than $600 billion in debt, reports say, almost twice the size of Greece's obligations.

Why the pendulum is swinging back for emerging markets

2016-04-29 06:00

The latter half of 2016’s first quarter saw a fierce rally in world equity markets, led higher by commodities. Does this mean that we have escaped the dreadful clutches of a bear market?

Obama asks China to pressure N Korea

2016-04-24 22:13

US President Barack Obama has urged China to increase pressure on North Korea after another 'provocative' weapons test.

China shuts down Apple iTunes services

2016-04-22 08:28

Apple’s iTunes Movies and iBooks service were closed down in China last week, less than seven months after they started operations.

China exported military drones to 10 nations

2016-04-21 13:31

China has exported military drones to more than 10 countries in deals worth hundreds of millions of dollars, and plans to sell unmanned craft capable of launching laser-guided bombs, state-run media say.

Did volcano eruptions tip Europe into Dark Ages?

2016-04-20 21:05

Back-to-back volcanic eruptions in the mid-6th century darkened Europe's skies for more than a year and may have ushered in the Dark Ages, according to finding to be presented at a science conference in Vienna.

Grosjean: 'Adrenaline' to blame for his attack on Ericsson

2016-04-19 12:03

Romain Grosjean has blamed 'adrenaline' as the cause of his post-race rants about rival Marcus Ericsson following the Chinese GP.

500 kids ill at Chinese school built on toxic soil - report

2016-04-18 18:59

Authorities are investigating a report that close to 500 students have contracted diseases, including cancer, at a school built near former chemical plants in eastern China

Pakistan's largest bank opens branch in China

2016-04-18 15:45

Habib Bank Limited has received a licence to open a branch in China, a move that would make it the first South Asian lender to operate in the world's number two economy.

New investment strategies for a changing investment landscape?

2016-04-18 13:41

Rising interest rates in the US and China's economic transition are changing the global investment landscape. As an investor, what are your options?

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