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Posts tagged 'China'
Aug 28, 2014
China’s Cyber Attacks Tied to U.S. Companies, Contractors and Gov’t Systems
U.S.-China tensions have risen recently over suspicions of Chinese nationals infiltrating U.S. company computer systems. In late May, the U.S. Justice...
Jul 19, 2014
Chinese biggest foreign buyer of U.S. homes; 76% of $22 billion purchase in cash
Chinese nationals bought $22 billion worth of homes in the U.S. from April 2013 to March 2014 making them the biggest foreign buyer of local propertie...
May 24, 2014
Bombers attack market in China, crash cars into shoppers
Suspected terrorists aboard two cars crashed into shoppers in a market in China's western city of Urumqi and threw bombs out the cars' window killing ...
May 20, 2014
China flies home 300 workers attacked in Vietnam
A chartered plane flew 290 Chinese workers out of Vietnam and back to China Sunday afternoon as part of an ongoing evacuation of Chinese workers in th...
May 05, 2014
Will Xbox One Storm The Gates of China?
While the most populated country in the world, China has long remained void of all video game systems. In fact, a new video game system has not reache...
Apr 06, 2014
China imposes temporary ban on U.S. live pig imports
China has placed "temporary restrictions" on U.S. pig imports in an effort to prevent the spread of a fatal swine virus to its herds, according to liv...
Mar 08, 2014
U.S. trade deficit climb to $39.1B in January on higher imports
The U.S. Commerce Department said on Friday that the country's trade deficit widened in January, driven by higher increase in imports compared with ex...
Mar 07, 2014
Failure to leave the country turned Chinese train attackers violent
A state run media agency said that the group behind Saturday's bloody knife attack at a Chinese train station failed to leave the country, turning ...
Mar 06, 2014
China’s smartphone market growth to slow in next few years
According to research firm IDC, China's smartphone growth will slow by 10 percent this year.
Mar 04, 2014
China claims bloody knife rampage a terroristic attack
China calls the indiscriminate attack in the railway station as premeditated terrorist attack and alleged that the assailants were the Uighurs.
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