China vows to continue with Paris Accord even if U.S. pulls out

Without mentioning the U.S. specifically, Li said that "China in recent years has stayed true to its commitment ... dangerous emissions even if Trump pulls out. Johnson told Sky News that Britain still wants the U.S. to take the lead in fighting climate ... ( read original story ...)

China’s currency hits highest level since Trump’s election

China's currency has spiked to its strongest level against the ... wrote in a research note Thursday. The negative news of the Moody's downgrade was awkwardly timed for Beijing, which is trying to attract overseas money into its domestic bond market. ( read original story ...)

China will continue with climate pact even if US pulls out

"No matter whether other countries' positions may change, we will continue to uphold" a model of sustainable development, Hua said at a regularly scheduled news conference. China is the top emitter of man-made carbon dioxide emissions, and the United ... ( read original story ...)

China vows to commit to Paris climate accord

Merkel referred to Li's assurance as "very encouraging". "China has become a more important and strategic partner," Merkel said in the news conference. Their comments come after reports that the US will withdraw from the landmark 2015 international ... ( read original story ...)

China launches cybersecurity law

The new legislation came into force on Thursday, provoking criticism and posing uncertainty among the business sector in the country, Efe news reported. "The law will have a big impact on how business is done in China," said Michael Chang, vice-president ... ( read original story ...)

Global stocks mostly higher as China falls

BEIJING — Global stock markets were mostly higher Thursday following Wall Street's decline while Chinese stocks fell after a survey showed manufacturing activity weakening. KEEPING SCORE: France's CAC-40 gained 0.5 per cent to 5,308.60 and Germany's DAX ... ( read original story ...)

China vows to stick to Paris climate deal

"No matter whether other countries' positions may change, we will continue to uphold" a model of sustainable development, Hua said at a regularly scheduled news conference. When asked about whether China had spoken to the Trump administration about the ... ( read original story ...)