China approves 12 new IPO applications

BEIJING, Feb. 11 (Xinhua) -- The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) on Friday approved 12 IPO applications. The 12 firms will be allowed to raise a maximum of 7 billion yuan (1.03 billion U.S. dollars), a CSRC statement said Saturday. ( read original story ...)

Trump hugs ally Japan after easing US-China tensions

"I believe that will all work out very well for everybody, China, Japan, the United States and everybody in the region," Trump said at a joint news conference with Abe. Stepping carefully into Japan's longstanding territorial dispute with China over ... ( read original story ...)

Trump predicts level playing field on trade with China soon

President Donald Trump, noting that he had long complained that China's currency was undervalued ... I have been complaining about that for a long time," Trump told reporters at a joint news conference in Washington, D.C., with Japanese Prime Minister ... ( read original story ...)

Analysis: After Trump's sweet talk with China, conflicts remain

After his election, he took a congratulatory call from Taiwan’s president, which is a break in protocol under "one China." He then used Twitter and interviews with Fox News to assail China’s military installations in disputed waters in the South ... ( read original story ...)

New top U.S. diplomat plays central role in Trump's China shift

China had signalled to Washington that there would be no phone ... The White House and State Department had no immediate comment. Speaking at a joint news conference with visiting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Trump signalled on Friday that he ... ( read original story ...)

China’s harsh world of courier delivery

China hopes to move away from manufacturing and seeks to build ... Couriers generally make about 15 cents per package delivered, according to drivers and reports in the state news media, though they can make more by picking up outgoing packages from ... ( read original story ...)

US, Chinese aircraft in 'unsafe' encounter over S. China Sea

BEIJING - A Chinese early warning aircraft and a U.S. Navy patrol plane had an "unsafe" encounter over the South China Sea this week, the U.S. Pacific Command said Friday, in the first such incident known to have taken place under President Donald Trump's ... ( read original story ...)

The US's One-China Policy Explained

ABC News learned in December that Trump's congratulatory call from Tsai was expected and likely arranged by people in his transition team. So while it was a surprise to China and many in the U.S. government, Trump's advisers claimed it was calculated. ( read original story ...)