China auto sales rise in October over demand for SUVs

BEIJING -- China's auto sales rose 20.3 per cent in October from a year earlier, propelled by surging demand for sport utility vehicles. An industry group, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers, reported Thursday dealers sold 2.3 million cars ... ( read original story ...)

Airshow China: A Thieves' Bazaar

On November 1, Airshow China in Zhuhai unveiled stolen technology from at least one U.S. company. In a marquee spectacle that underwhelmed viewers, Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) revealed its J-20 stealth fighter for the first time to the ... ( read original story ...)

China's vast Internet prison

Many foreign businesses are also alarmed that the new law may give the Chinese authorities access to their technology and data. Offering a glimpse of how censorship actually works in China, Ronald Deibert, director of the Citizen Lab at the University of ... ( read original story ...)

US election 2016: China eyes chance to weaken US power

He may have won at home, but on the level where great nations contend, President-elect Trump's campaign slogan "Make America Great Again" now goes head to head with China's favourite catchphrases, the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation and the China ... ( read original story ...)

More Chinese banks line up for London despite Brexit

"Both sides welcome the continuing interest by firms, including Agricultural Bank of China (UK), Shanghai Pudong Development Bank, and others, in submitting further applications to establish branches in the UK, once they are ready to make applications ... ( read original story ...)

EU-China fair bolsters intl relations

The 11th EU-China Business and Technology Cooperation Fair aimed to promote communication and trade cooperation between China and European countries in fields such as science and technology, the event's organizers said. The first phase of the fair ... ( read original story ...)

Trump's China Wall

China has all manner of tools at its disposal to stop Qualcomm ... Such bans would not only hurt America, but bolster Chinese President Xi Jinping's campaign to make the country technology-independent. With unlimited funds at its disposal, the Chinese ... ( read original story ...)