Steel rebound fizzling as China's property market slows

Steelmakers aren't out of the woods yet. A year-long resurgence risks fading as a slowdown in China's property market deepens, exposing bullish sentiment as overblown, according to a U.S.-based hedge fund manager and former Citigroup analyst. "China's real ... ( read original story ...)

Trump wins key China trademark; Are Trump toilets a goner?

SHANGHAI -- There's a Trump toilet, a Trump condom, a Trump pacemaker and even a Trump International Hotel among hundreds of trademarks in China that don't belong to Donald Trump. But after a decade of grinding battle in China's courts, the president is ... ( read original story ...)

Donald Trump’s trademark win in China raises ethics questions

SHANGHAI – President Donald Trump is poised to receive something Tuesday that he has been trying to get from China for a decade: trademark rights to his own name. After suffering rejection after rejection in China’s courts, he saw his prospects change ... ( read original story ...)

China plans first cargo spacecraft launch

China is planning to launch its first unmanned cargo spacecraft to transport supplies to its future space station in April, the People's Daily reported. The Tianzhou-1 will be able to transport six tonnes, which exceeds the capacity of current Chinese ... ( read original story ...)

China piles into Cuba as Venezuela fades and Trump looms

China's growing presence gives its companies a head start over ... While Cuba does not publish investment data, the state press has been abuzz with news of Chinese projects lately, covering infrastructure, telecoms, tourism and electronics. ( read original story ...)

China witnesses lowest vehicle sales since February 2016

BEIJING, China - China is said to have witnessed low sale of vehicles in January this year, with statistics revealing that sales grew at their slowest pace in almost a year. The roll back on a tax cut on small-engine vehicles and the Lunar New Year ... ( read original story ...)

China's Xi says officials should prevent abuse of power

including China's once powerful domestic security chief, Zhou Yongkang. Speaking at a workshop on fighting graft, Xi said leading officials must practice strict self-discipline and "eliminate special privileges", state news agency Xinhua said late on Monday. ( read original story ...)