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ConocoPhillips finds more leaks in China oil spill area

A unit of ConocoPhillips said it has found several small oil leaks in China's northern Bohai Bay two months after an oil spill began, while the Chinese government again urged the company to halt the leak by the end of this month.

Eleven die from suspected tainted vinegar in China

Vinegar stored in plastic barrels that once contained antifreeze is suspected of killing 11 people and making 120 others sick in China's northwest Xinjiang region, state media said on Monday, in the latest deadly food safety scandal to hit the country.

Macau casino shares fall amid China growth jitters

Shares of Macau casino operators slumped on Monday on worries of weakening demand from wealthy Chinese consumers, the main players in the world's largest gambling market, leading investors to sell stocks that have hit record highs in the past few months.

China-U.S. basketball friendly erupts into brawl

As U.S. Vice President Joe Biden built trust with China in Beijing's corridors of power, goodwill between the two nations unravelled Thursday night on a nearby basketball court, where players traded kicks and punches and even a chair was thrown.

Biden seeks to reassure China on U.S. debt

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden on Friday said China had nothing to worry about concerning the safety of its vast holdings of Treasury debt, while China's Premier Wen Jiabao gave a ringing endorsement of the resilience of the debt-ridden U.S. economy.

China's Tudou IPO prices within range

Chinese online video company Tudou Holdings Ltd (TUDO.O) priced shares in its initial public offering within the expected range on Tuesday, even though investor sentiment toward U.S.-listed Chinese stocks and the recent stock market turmoil had suggested it would be difficult.

China Paper Prods U.S. to Act on Debt Situation

As Biden arrives in Beijing, China warns the United States must shoulder its responsibilities and take steps to soothe China's concerns over the security of its U.S. government debt holdings.

China to double solar capacity by year end: report

China will double its solar capacity to around 2 gigawatts (GW) by the end of the year as the world's largest solar-panel maker ramps up domestic installation, a local paper said on Saturday citing a government-linked think tank.

Thousands riot in southwest China town: reports

Thousands of residents of a town in southwest China took to the streets Thursday, smashing police vehicles in the latest protest by citizens angered by the rough handling of local officials, according to news reports.

China's microbloggers rattle the censor's cage

When Chinese journalist Wang Keqin found himself cornered in the countryside two years ago by police who were trying to stop him looking into a rape case involving local officials, he looked online for help.

New China Life files for up to $4 bln IPO-sources

New China Life, the third-largest life insurance company in China, has filed its listing application with the Hong Kong stock exchange, setting the stage for a planned IPO of up to $4 billion in Hong Kong and Shanghai, sources with direct knowledge of the plans told Reuters on Thursday.

China says price pressures peaking, risks remain

China's price rises may have peaked but the country still faces inflationary risks, including the possibility of a new round of monetary easing by the United States, China's top economic planner said on Wednesday.

Is China left holding the credit baby?

August's dramatic financial shock, which is now both feeding off and risks fueling another economic downturn, may well introduce a third phase of the four-year-old global credit crisis -- the infection of the ultimate creditors.

China urged to speed diversifying FX reserves -report

Beijing should move rapidly to diversify its foreign exchange reserves, buying more euro and yen rather than dollar assets, after U.S. debt was downgraded by one rating agency, a paper run by China's central bank cited local banking sources as saying.