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Megasphaera: Multicellular Fossils Discovered in China Date Back 60 Million Years Before Cambrian Explosion

27-Sep-2014 Intellasia | IB Times | 9:00 AM

Three spherical fossils discovered in China are believed to be from the world’s earliest animals, dating back 600 million years. A new study, published in the journal [...]
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Japan PM Abe says seeks better ties with China, S Korea, Russia

27-Sep-2014 Intellasia | Reuters | 9:00 AM

Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe said he wants to improve relations with China, South Korea and Russia, while acknowledging difficulties facing ties with his [...]
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Climate Summit: China Promises to Curb Carbon Emissions, India Insists on Growth First

27-Sep-2014 Intellasia | IB Times | 9:00 AM

China, which is on a grand growth trajectory, has, however, spoken for the first time about curbing the ‘carbon intensity’ of growth. The Asian power house will [...]
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Beijing Begins to Pay Attention to Mental Health Care

27-Sep-2014 Intellasia | Business Week | 9:00 AM

Of the approximately 173 million people in China estimated to suffer from “a diagnosable psychiatric disorder,” only about 15 million have ever received medical [...]
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Alibaba Bears Emerge to Short 8.9 Million Shares

27-Sep-2014 Intellasia | Business Week | 9:00 AM

Short sellers are making their first bets on a retreat (BABA:US) in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (BABA:US) a week after the company priced the world’s biggest-ever initial [...]
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Can China save itself from a great slowdown?

27-Sep-2014 Intellasia | Washington Post | 9:00 AM

China’s economy is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma of dubious data, but there’s one thing we do know: it’s still growing fast, but not as [...]
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China’s New Export: Military in a Box

27-Sep-2014 Intellasia | Business Wee | 9:00 AM

At the Africa Aerospace and Defence expo in September, weapons buyers from across the continent descended on Air Force Base Waterkloof in the South African capital of [...]
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Police in China Detain Editor of Business Newspaper

27-Sep-2014 Intellasia | NY Times | 9:00 AM

The police in China on Thursday detained the editor in chief and general manager of one of the country’s most widely read business newspapers. The move came within [...]
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China detains two media executives on charges of corruption

27-Sep-2014 Intellasia | AP | 9:00 AM

The Chinese government has taken two executives working at a financial newspaper into custody. Officials are investigating the newspaper company for charges of bribery. China [...]
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From $20 a month to $28.1 billion

27-Sep-2014 Intellasia | News | 9:00 AM

HE’S just been named China’s richest man. But who is Jack Ma, the man who took a Chinese eCommerce company to the biggest IPO in US history? Alibaba, the [...]
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‘Made in China’ campaign launched with ‘Make in India’

27-Sep-2014 Intellasia | Economic Times | 9:00 AM

Seeking to retain its manufacturing prowess, Chinese government has launched a ” Made in China” campaign with a host of tax concessions coinciding with prime [...]
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China’s Growing Food Problem/Opportunity

27-Sep-2014 Intellasia | Frbes | 9:00 AM

Feeding China’s population of 1.3 billion people is a difficult task, even under the best of circumstances. Securing enough food for its people, however, will be even [...]
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China-Japan Relations Ease Back From Brink

27-Sep-2014 Intellasia | WSJ | 9:00 AM

Relations between Asia’s two biggest economies are finally thawing after two years of rising tensions that included near-clashes in the air.China and Japan have eased [...]
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Warning! Watch Out For A China Tech Bubble Burst

27-Sep-2014 Intellasia | Forbes | 9:00 AM

Tech investments in China are dangerously hot. They will cool down soon. Companies should buckle-up for a bumpy downhill ride. These are the key messages from an internal [...]
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Political Heavyweights Clash As China’s Central Bank Head Said to Step Down

27-Sep-2014 Intellasia | Forbes | 9:00 AM

The Wall Street Journal reported that People’s Bank of China Governor Zhou Xiaochuan would soon be replaced. If true, it suggests that Chinese Party Secretary Xi [...]
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