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U.S. China News 2011.11.07

Mon, November 7, 2011

 

China shelves U.S. solar project in trade row
Reuters
Prices of solar panels in the project, which account for about 70 percent of the costs, are set to jump if Washington imposes duties on imported Chinese products that US rivals say breach agreed global trade rules. “I don’t see any alternatives to
See all stories on this topic »

GLOBAL ECONOMY WEEKAHEAD-China, US withstand Europe’s turmoil
Reuters
So far, the United States and China have shown a welcome resilience to turmoil from Europe, revealing a disconnect between sentiment and what is happening in the real economy. The United States has seen a slow but steady improvement in its labor market
See all stories on this topic »

China says US APEC goals too ambitious
Reuters
By Michael Martina BEIJING (Reuters) – US goals of establishing regional free trade and an environmental policy at the APEC summit are useful but too ambitious for some developing nations, China said on Monday, days before President Hu Jintao heads to
See all stories on this topic »

US accuses China, Russia of espionage
The Voice of Russia
US intelligence officials accused China and Russia on Thursday of systematically stealing American high-tech data for their own national economic gain. According to a report by US intelligence, “the governments of China and Russia will remain
See all stories on this topic »

Photovoltaic Installations in China to Reach Same Level as the US in 2011
San Francisco Chronicle (press release)
That installed capacity in China will closely match the installed capacity in the US this year. Stimulated by the Qinghai 930 program as well as unified national feed-in tariff (FIT) policy, 54% of the capacity in megawatt terms will be located in the
See all stories on this topic »

Ex-Motorola Programmer Accused of Stealing Secrets Goes on Trial
BusinessWeek
The intelligence report highlighted the case of David Yen Lee, a former Valspar Corp. chemist who last year pleaded guilty to stealing trade secrets with plans to take them to a new employer in China. US District Judge Robert Gettleman in Chicago
See all stories on this topic »

Burns On US China Relations
Voice of America
11-05-2011 Burns On US China Relations In a rapidly changing political and economic landscape, the Asia-Pacific region continues to be a focal point for US national interests. “We must seek good relations with China at every turn, but not at the cost
See all stories on this topic »

Nagasu’s stock rising after Cup of China
Universal Sports (blog)
By Alexa Ainsworth, Universal Sports With the third Grand Prix of the Series in the books, we take a look at whose stock is rising after Cup of China and which skater has some work to do. November 5, 2011: Mirai Nagasu of the US wins the silver medal
See all stories on this topic »

Russia and China warn America against Iran strike as tensions rise ahead of
Daily Mail
By Daily Mail Reporter Russia and China have expressed growing concern about a possible American military strike against Iran over its nuclear programme. And this week the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is to publish a damning report with
See all stories on this topic »

GM on track to double China sales by 2015
Reuters
A GM spokesman in Detroit told the New York Times over the weekend that GM might block the deal unless it would not affect GM’s interest in China and elsewhere. Wale concurred on Monday, saying, “It doesn’t make sense for us to support any change that
See all stories on this topic »

China Stocks Look to Brighter 2012
Equities.com
European debt plays such a powerful role in fueling current global market volatility, it’s almost easy to forget there are differences between stocks in companies in China and those in the US or Europe. And those differences may make China stocks
See all stories on this topic »

Obama Science Czar Giving China US Technology
Fox News (blog)
The accusations from US Rep. Frank Wolf. R-Va., came this week in a hearing of the House Foreign Affairs subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations. The committee was listening to testimony about China’s espionage in the United States and “the
See all stories on this topic »

Ex-Im Bank Chairman Announces Strong Commitment to Finance US Exports to China
MarketWatch (press release)
“The United States and China have a unique and long-lasting relationship and that is why Ex-Im Bank supports projects that benefit both countries,” said Chairman Hochberg. “Over the last decade, US exports to China have increased, yet the country
See all stories on this topic »

Yingli, ReneSola warn weak solar hurt 3rd quarter
Reuters
(Reuters) – China’s Yingli Green Energy Holding and ReneSola Ltd became the latest solar makers to cut shipment and profit margin forecasts as the industry struggles to cope with the steep decline in panel prices. The news pushed Yingli’s US shares
See all stories on this topic »

China says Johnson & Johnson should ‘practise morality’
AsiaOne
China said on Monday Johnson & Johnson should “practise morality”, a week after the US consumer and healthcare group was accused of continuing to sell baby shampoo with a possible cancer-causing ingredient. A US coalition of health campaigners said
See all stories on this topic »

Emerging ‘Space Threat’ China Rankles Nerves in U.S.
IBTimes
However, China’s space experts have been able to consolidate the country’s position as an emerging competitor to the US by means of a couple of success stories of late. The global scientific community has hailed the successful orbiting of Tiangong 1,
See all stories on this topic »

Drought, Demand From China Drive up Pecan Prices
ABC News
China typically buys a fifth of the US crop. The nuts are especially prized during the country’s two-week New Year celebration in January or February. Pecans have been popular in Asia since growers and shellers responded to flat domestic sales with
See all stories on this topic »

For Latin America’s wealthy elite, investment can buy US residency
MiamiHerald.com
In Colombia and Peru, she gives presentations on the investor visa that’s big in China and growing in popularity in Latin America. In Venezuela, where fears of kidnappings make the rich queasy about sitting in a single room together, she arranges
See all stories on this topic »

China’s rise at Carnegie, America’s future at AEI plus other think tank events
Washington Post (blog)
By Allen McDuffee 9:00 Cyber Defense: International Cooperation and Deterrence with Dr. Mart Laar,Minister of Defense, Estonia; Mr. William J. Lynn III, Former US Deputy Secretary of Defense (CSIS) 10:00 China’s Rise and International Order with Yan
See all stories on this topic »

China Yuchai International Announces Unaudited Third Quarter 2011 Financial
MarketWatch (press release)
Net revenue for the third quarter of 2011 was RMB 3.4 billion (US$ 542.6 million), compared with RMB 3.3 billion (US$ 524.4 million) in the third quarter of 2010. With the slowdown in the Chinese commercial vehicle market, especially in the truck
See all stories on this topic »

US: Schumer targets arsenic in Chinese apple concentrate
FreshPlaza
US Sen. Charles Schumer sees apple juice concentrate from China as a threat to consumers’ health, and a menace to profitable prices for American-grown apples. Schumer visited Partyka Farms in Kendall on Friday to pitch his plan to have the FDA step up
See all stories on this topic »

China defeat US in Phuket contest
Bangkok Post
China’s Chen Xue and Xi Zhang came out strong and got even stronger against the USA’s Jennifer Kessy and April Ross to capture the US$190000 FIVB Beach Volleyball Swatch World Tour Phuket Thailand Open yesterday. China’s Chen Xue and Xi Zhang win the
See all stories on this topic »

10 Chinese Internet Companies Have Made Confidential Filings for US IPO, Says VC
Business Insider
(iChinaStock News) Although there is currently a freeze in US IPOs by Chinese companies, there is apparently a new round lying in wait. There are at least 10 Chinese Internet companies who have made confidential filings with the SEC, said Hurst Lin,
See all stories on this topic »

Best Buy buys out US mobile partner for $1.3 bln
Reuters
Earlier this year, the US group dropped plans for Best Buy-branded stores in China and Turkey. The decisions also underscore the gloomy outlook for European retailers as consumers there grapple with rising prices, subdued wages growth and government
See all stories on this topic »

China’s national flag flies on US campuses
People’s Daily Online
US President Barack Obama announced in 2009 that the United States will send 100000 students to China over the following four years. The China-focused “International Education Week” has also been increasingly popular in the United States.
See all stories on this topic »

Similarity Of China’s USD Peg To The Euro Monetary Union
Seeking Alpha
The reality is that China doesn’t need to keep buying US bonds to keep the USD from falling. China buying US bonds is not what keeps USD value up. The Chinese are already locked into buying USD indefinitely, whether they buy its bonds or not,
See all stories on this topic »

China to become world’s top farm products importer: researcher
Reuters
The paper said COFCO will focus on acquisitions of companies in a number of major exporting countries, including the United States, Australia and Southeast Asia. “We expect that the Chinese government could provide supportive measures for companies
See all stories on this topic »

US – South Korean Security Cooperation
Voice of America
Related Articles Burns On US China Relations In a rapidly changing political and economic landscape, the Asia-Pacific region continues to be a focal point for US national interest Economics As Statecraft US – South Korea Enjoy A Strong Alliance Post
See all stories on this topic »

Southeast Asia: U.s. Completing Asian NATO To Confront China
OpEdNews
“In track one, the ASEAN Defense Ministers’ Meeting Plus (consisting of all ASEAN countries plus Australia, the US, China, South Korea, Japan, India, Russia and New Zealand) as well as the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) provide critical dialogue venues.
See all stories on this topic »

SmartHeat Inc. to Report Third Quarter 2011 Financial Results on November 8
MarketWatch (press release)
Founded by James Jun Wang, a former executive at Honeywell China, SmartHeat Inc. ( http://www.smartheatinc.com ) is a NASDAQ Global Select Market listed /quotes/zigman/110675/quotes/nls/heat HEAT +7.00% US company with its primary operations in China.
See all stories on this topic »

China Mass Media Corp. Statement Regarding Minimum Price Requirement of NYSE
MarketWatch (press release)
over the 30 trading days preceding the end of that month, China Mass Media then regained compliance with the minimum price requirement. Since October 13, 2011, the ADSs of the Company have been traded in the range of US$1.00 to US$2.47 per ADS.
See all stories on this topic »

Tests Show Most Store Honey Isn’t Honey
Food Safety News
It is a spin-off of a technique refined by the Chinese, who have illegally dumped tons of their honey – some containing illegal antibiotics – on the US market for years. Food Safety News decided to test honey sold in various outlets after its earlier
See all stories on this topic »

Rethink China’s nuke weapons strategy
People’s Daily Online
Cain did not realize what a gaffe he has made, indicating China’s nuclear capacity hardly leaves any impression among US society. That’s very dangerous. The blurry image of China among the US public may mislead their decision-makers once bilateral
See all stories on this topic »

China’s leaders explore new pathways toward prosperity
Washington Times
(Shanghai Pacific Institute for International Strategy via Associated Aress) Moreover, China has acceded to US and international pressure in recent years to allow its currency to appreciate modestly against the dollar, instead of fixing it at a low
See all stories on this topic »

Kronos Time Clock Survey Shows Respondents Around the World Have Cheated
MarketWatch (press release)
In the US and China, the top response was “excited to start my free time”, and among those surveyed in France and the UK, it was “thrilled to be getting away from my job”. — Joyce Maroney, director of The Workforce Institute, Kronos “We have run
See all stories on this topic »

How Europe became China’s willing servant
BBC News
The average Briton or American earns 10 times as much as the average Chinese. But China is catching up” It begins around 1600, when China was the richest nation on earth and Europeans, anxious to trade with China, were building new kinds of ships.
See all stories on this topic »

Who Killed China’s Electric Car?
The Atlantic
(The subtext here: “see, Chinese investment in the US does not create ‘green-collar’ jobs!”) Of course, BYD’s troubles in the US are linked to its sub-optimal performance in the domestic Chinese market. Indeed, BYD has likely sold more of its fully
See all stories on this topic »

Book Review: China And The Credit Crisis
Seeking Alpha
It is fair in its rendering that China may have been a factor in the credit bubble, but was not the primary instigator. It describes how China has grown to interact with global organization on its own terms. It describes the history China/US relations
See all stories on this topic »

Archives International Auctions: Historic Auction of Worldwide Banknotes From
MarketWatch (press release)
China, Sin Chun Bank of China trio of 1907 Banknotes and an issued Russo-Asiatic Bank, 1915, 2 Gold Fen banknote. — Possibly unique China, Chen Wai Seng Bank, Chewsang $200, Kwangtung Province, Specimen or sample from Hong Kong Printing Press.
See all stories on this topic »

China GengSheng Minerals to Report Third Quarter 2011 Financial Results on
MarketWatch (press release)
Contact: In the US: China GengSheng Minerals, Inc. Chief Financial Officer, Mr. Ningfang Liang 1+201-210-2753 The Piacente Group, Inc. Investor Relations Brandi Floberg/Lee Roth 1+212-481-2050 gengsheng@tpg-ir.com In China: The Piacente Group,
See all stories on this topic »

Objet Strengthens its Emerging Markets Business with Four Strategic Appointments
MarketWatch (press release)
A global company, Objet has offices in North America, Europe, Japan, China, Hong Kong, and India. Objet’s 3D printing systems and 3D printing materials are ideal for any company involved in the manufacture or design of physical products using 3D
See all stories on this topic »

Whatever You Do, Don’t Read China’s Global Times …
CounterPunch
How dare China accuse us of bombing their embassy! There is plenty of evidence—including an investigative report by England’s The Observer, presumably amply endowed with North Atlantic neoliberal cred in the eyes of FP—that the bombing was
See all stories on this topic »

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China shelves U.S. solar project in trade row
Reuters
Prices of solar panels in the project, which account for about 70 percent of the costs, are set to jump if Washington imposes duties on imported Chinese products that US rivals say breach agreed global trade rules. “I don’t see any alternatives to
See all stories on this topic »

GLOBAL ECONOMY WEEKAHEAD-China, US withstand Europe’s turmoil
Reuters
So far, the United States and China have shown a welcome resilience to turmoil from Europe, revealing a disconnect between sentiment and what is happening in the real economy. The United States has seen a slow but steady improvement in its labor market
See all stories on this topic »

China says US APEC goals too ambitious
Reuters
By Michael Martina BEIJING (Reuters) – US goals of establishing regional free trade and an environmental policy at the APEC summit are useful but too ambitious for some developing nations, China said on Monday, days before President Hu Jintao heads to
See all stories on this topic »

US accuses China, Russia of espionage
The Voice of Russia
US intelligence officials accused China and Russia on Thursday of systematically stealing American high-tech data for their own national economic gain. According to a report by US intelligence, “the governments of China and Russia will remain
See all stories on this topic »

Photovoltaic Installations in China to Reach Same Level as the US in 2011
San Francisco Chronicle (press release)
That installed capacity in China will closely match the installed capacity in the US this year. Stimulated by the Qinghai 930 program as well as unified national feed-in tariff (FIT) policy, 54% of the capacity in megawatt terms will be located in the
See all stories on this topic »

Ex-Motorola Programmer Accused of Stealing Secrets Goes on Trial
BusinessWeek
The intelligence report highlighted the case of David Yen Lee, a former Valspar Corp. chemist who last year pleaded guilty to stealing trade secrets with plans to take them to a new employer in China. US District Judge Robert Gettleman in Chicago
See all stories on this topic »

Burns On US China Relations
Voice of America
11-05-2011 Burns On US China Relations In a rapidly changing political and economic landscape, the Asia-Pacific region continues to be a focal point for US national interests. “We must seek good relations with China at every turn, but not at the cost
See all stories on this topic »

Nagasu’s stock rising after Cup of China
Universal Sports (blog)
By Alexa Ainsworth, Universal Sports With the third Grand Prix of the Series in the books, we take a look at whose stock is rising after Cup of China and which skater has some work to do. November 5, 2011: Mirai Nagasu of the US wins the silver medal
See all stories on this topic »

Russia and China warn America against Iran strike as tensions rise ahead of
Daily Mail
By Daily Mail Reporter Russia and China have expressed growing concern about a possible American military strike against Iran over its nuclear programme. And this week the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is to publish a damning report with
See all stories on this topic »

GM on track to double China sales by 2015
Reuters
A GM spokesman in Detroit told the New York Times over the weekend that GM might block the deal unless it would not affect GM’s interest in China and elsewhere. Wale concurred on Monday, saying, “It doesn’t make sense for us to support any change that
See all stories on this topic »

China Stocks Look to Brighter 2012
Equities.com
European debt plays such a powerful role in fueling current global market volatility, it’s almost easy to forget there are differences between stocks in companies in China and those in the US or Europe. And those differences may make China stocks
See all stories on this topic »

Obama Science Czar Giving China US Technology
Fox News (blog)
The accusations from US Rep. Frank Wolf. R-Va., came this week in a hearing of the House Foreign Affairs subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations. The committee was listening to testimony about China’s espionage in the United States and “the
See all stories on this topic »

Ex-Im Bank Chairman Announces Strong Commitment to Finance US Exports to China
MarketWatch (press release)
“The United States and China have a unique and long-lasting relationship and that is why Ex-Im Bank supports projects that benefit both countries,” said Chairman Hochberg. “Over the last decade, US exports to China have increased, yet the country
See all stories on this topic »

Yingli, ReneSola warn weak solar hurt 3rd quarter
Reuters
(Reuters) – China’s Yingli Green Energy Holding and ReneSola Ltd became the latest solar makers to cut shipment and profit margin forecasts as the industry struggles to cope with the steep decline in panel prices. The news pushed Yingli’s US shares
See all stories on this topic »

China says Johnson & Johnson should ‘practise morality’
AsiaOne
China said on Monday Johnson & Johnson should “practise morality”, a week after the US consumer and healthcare group was accused of continuing to sell baby shampoo with a possible cancer-causing ingredient. A US coalition of health campaigners said
See all stories on this topic »

Emerging ‘Space Threat’ China Rankles Nerves in U.S.
IBTimes
However, China’s space experts have been able to consolidate the country’s position as an emerging competitor to the US by means of a couple of success stories of late. The global scientific community has hailed the successful orbiting of Tiangong 1,
See all stories on this topic »

Drought, Demand From China Drive up Pecan Prices
ABC News
China typically buys a fifth of the US crop. The nuts are especially prized during the country’s two-week New Year celebration in January or February. Pecans have been popular in Asia since growers and shellers responded to flat domestic sales with
See all stories on this topic »

For Latin America’s wealthy elite, investment can buy US residency
MiamiHerald.com
In Colombia and Peru, she gives presentations on the investor visa that’s big in China and growing in popularity in Latin America. In Venezuela, where fears of kidnappings make the rich queasy about sitting in a single room together, she arranges
See all stories on this topic »

China’s rise at Carnegie, America’s future at AEI plus other think tank events
Washington Post (blog)
By Allen McDuffee 9:00 Cyber Defense: International Cooperation and Deterrence with Dr. Mart Laar,Minister of Defense, Estonia; Mr. William J. Lynn III, Former US Deputy Secretary of Defense (CSIS) 10:00 China’s Rise and International Order with Yan
See all stories on this topic »

China Yuchai International Announces Unaudited Third Quarter 2011 Financial
MarketWatch (press release)
Net revenue for the third quarter of 2011 was RMB 3.4 billion (US$ 542.6 million), compared with RMB 3.3 billion (US$ 524.4 million) in the third quarter of 2010. With the slowdown in the Chinese commercial vehicle market, especially in the truck
See all stories on this topic »

US: Schumer targets arsenic in Chinese apple concentrate
FreshPlaza
US Sen. Charles Schumer sees apple juice concentrate from China as a threat to consumers’ health, and a menace to profitable prices for American-grown apples. Schumer visited Partyka Farms in Kendall on Friday to pitch his plan to have the FDA step up
See all stories on this topic »

China defeat US in Phuket contest
Bangkok Post
China’s Chen Xue and Xi Zhang came out strong and got even stronger against the USA’s Jennifer Kessy and April Ross to capture the US$190000 FIVB Beach Volleyball Swatch World Tour Phuket Thailand Open yesterday. China’s Chen Xue and Xi Zhang win the
See all stories on this topic »

10 Chinese Internet Companies Have Made Confidential Filings for US IPO, Says VC
Business Insider
(iChinaStock News) Although there is currently a freeze in US IPOs by Chinese companies, there is apparently a new round lying in wait. There are at least 10 Chinese Internet companies who have made confidential filings with the SEC, said Hurst Lin,
See all stories on this topic »

Best Buy buys out US mobile partner for $1.3 bln
Reuters
Earlier this year, the US group dropped plans for Best Buy-branded stores in China and Turkey. The decisions also underscore the gloomy outlook for European retailers as consumers there grapple with rising prices, subdued wages growth and government
See all stories on this topic »

China’s national flag flies on US campuses
People’s Daily Online
US President Barack Obama announced in 2009 that the United States will send 100000 students to China over the following four years. The China-focused “International Education Week” has also been increasingly popular in the United States.
See all stories on this topic »

Similarity Of China’s USD Peg To The Euro Monetary Union
Seeking Alpha
The reality is that China doesn’t need to keep buying US bonds to keep the USD from falling. China buying US bonds is not what keeps USD value up. The Chinese are already locked into buying USD indefinitely, whether they buy its bonds or not,
See all stories on this topic »

China to become world’s top farm products importer: researcher
Reuters
The paper said COFCO will focus on acquisitions of companies in a number of major exporting countries, including the United States, Australia and Southeast Asia. “We expect that the Chinese government could provide supportive measures for companies
See all stories on this topic »

US – South Korean Security Cooperation
Voice of America
Related Articles Burns On US China Relations In a rapidly changing political and economic landscape, the Asia-Pacific region continues to be a focal point for US national interest Economics As Statecraft US – South Korea Enjoy A Strong Alliance Post
See all stories on this topic »

Southeast Asia: U.s. Completing Asian NATO To Confront China
OpEdNews
“In track one, the ASEAN Defense Ministers’ Meeting Plus (consisting of all ASEAN countries plus Australia, the US, China, South Korea, Japan, India, Russia and New Zealand) as well as the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) provide critical dialogue venues.
See all stories on this topic »

SmartHeat Inc. to Report Third Quarter 2011 Financial Results on November 8
MarketWatch (press release)
Founded by James Jun Wang, a former executive at Honeywell China, SmartHeat Inc. ( http://www.smartheatinc.com ) is a NASDAQ Global Select Market listed /quotes/zigman/110675/quotes/nls/heat HEAT +7.00% US company with its primary operations in China.
See all stories on this topic »

China Mass Media Corp. Statement Regarding Minimum Price Requirement of NYSE
MarketWatch (press release)
over the 30 trading days preceding the end of that month, China Mass Media then regained compliance with the minimum price requirement. Since October 13, 2011, the ADSs of the Company have been traded in the range of US$1.00 to US$2.47 per ADS.
See all stories on this topic »

Tests Show Most Store Honey Isn’t Honey
Food Safety News
It is a spin-off of a technique refined by the Chinese, who have illegally dumped tons of their honey – some containing illegal antibiotics – on the US market for years. Food Safety News decided to test honey sold in various outlets after its earlier
See all stories on this topic »

Rethink China’s nuke weapons strategy
People’s Daily Online
Cain did not realize what a gaffe he has made, indicating China’s nuclear capacity hardly leaves any impression among US society. That’s very dangerous. The blurry image of China among the US public may mislead their decision-makers once bilateral
See all stories on this topic »

China’s leaders explore new pathways toward prosperity
Washington Times
(Shanghai Pacific Institute for International Strategy via Associated Aress) Moreover, China has acceded to US and international pressure in recent years to allow its currency to appreciate modestly against the dollar, instead of fixing it at a low
See all stories on this topic »

Kronos Time Clock Survey Shows Respondents Around the World Have Cheated
MarketWatch (press release)
In the US and China, the top response was “excited to start my free time”, and among those surveyed in France and the UK, it was “thrilled to be getting away from my job”. — Joyce Maroney, director of The Workforce Institute, Kronos “We have run
See all stories on this topic »

How Europe became China’s willing servant
BBC News
The average Briton or American earns 10 times as much as the average Chinese. But China is catching up” It begins around 1600, when China was the richest nation on earth and Europeans, anxious to trade with China, were building new kinds of ships.
See all stories on this topic »

Who Killed China’s Electric Car?
The Atlantic
(The subtext here: “see, Chinese investment in the US does not create ‘green-collar’ jobs!”) Of course, BYD’s troubles in the US are linked to its sub-optimal performance in the domestic Chinese market. Indeed, BYD has likely sold more of its fully
See all stories on this topic »

Book Review: China And The Credit Crisis
Seeking Alpha
It is fair in its rendering that China may have been a factor in the credit bubble, but was not the primary instigator. It describes how China has grown to interact with global organization on its own terms. It describes the history China/US relations
See all stories on this topic »

Archives International Auctions: Historic Auction of Worldwide Banknotes From
MarketWatch (press release)
China, Sin Chun Bank of China trio of 1907 Banknotes and an issued Russo-Asiatic Bank, 1915, 2 Gold Fen banknote. — Possibly unique China, Chen Wai Seng Bank, Chewsang $200, Kwangtung Province, Specimen or sample from Hong Kong Printing Press.
See all stories on this topic »

China GengSheng Minerals to Report Third Quarter 2011 Financial Results on
MarketWatch (press release)
Contact: In the US: China GengSheng Minerals, Inc. Chief Financial Officer, Mr. Ningfang Liang 1+201-210-2753 The Piacente Group, Inc. Investor Relations Brandi Floberg/Lee Roth 1+212-481-2050 gengsheng@tpg-ir.com In China: The Piacente Group,
See all stories on this topic »

Objet Strengthens its Emerging Markets Business with Four Strategic Appointments
MarketWatch (press release)
A global company, Objet has offices in North America, Europe, Japan, China, Hong Kong, and India. Objet’s 3D printing systems and 3D printing materials are ideal for any company involved in the manufacture or design of physical products using 3D
See all stories on this topic »

Whatever You Do, Don’t Read China’s Global Times …
CounterPunch
How dare China accuse us of bombing their embassy! There is plenty of evidence—including an investigative report by England’s The Observer, presumably amply endowed with North Atlantic neoliberal cred in the eyes of FP—that the bombing was
See all stories on this topic »

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