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China is spending billions in Africa

05-Dec-2015 Intellasia | CNN | 6:00 AM

China is still spending billions in Africa despite its economic slowdown, inking trade deals, investing in mining and infrastructure, and offering development aid. Just this [...]
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Elephants: the forgotten giants at Africa-China summit

05-Dec-2015 Intellasia | AFP | 6:00 AM

When the Chinese president and African leaders meet this week to bolster economic ties, the elephant in the room will be the trade in ivory – and conservationists want [...]
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China and South Africa in $6.5bn worth of deals

China and South Africa in $6.5bn worth of deals

05-Dec-2015 Intellasia | BBC | 6:00 AM

China and South Africa have signed deals and loans valued at $6.5bn (GBP 4.3bn), with the focus on building infrastructure in the African giant. The deals were announced [...]
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China and SA relations must benefit all: Cosatu

05-Dec-2015 Intellasia | SABC | 6:00 AM

Congress of the South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) national spokesperson Sizwe Pamla says the relationship between South Africa and China must benefit both countries. In a [...]
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China-Africa Relations Expanding Beyond Cash Deals

05-Dec-2015 Intellasia | VOA News | 6:00 AM

China’s president Xi Jinping is in South Africa for a China-Africa forum aimed at deepening economic and security ties. Such events are usually accompanied by [...]
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Mongolia and Angola are most exposed to China, says Moody’s

05-Dec-2015 Intellasia | FT | 6:00 AM

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Activists want ivory trade on slate at China summit

05-Dec-2015 Intellasia | Timeslive | 6:00 AM

When the Chinese president and African leaders meet today to bolster economic ties, the elephant in the room will be the trade in ivory – and conservationists want the [...]
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China Plans to Upgrade Coal Plants

05-Dec-2015 Intellasia | NY Times | 6:00 AM

China’s cabinet announced Wednesday that it would try to cut pollution from coal-fired power plants by 60 percent by 2020 through upgrades to plants, according to a [...]
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China’s Consumers Have a Long Way to Go

05-Dec-2015 Intellasia | Bloomberg | 6:00 AM

The Chinese growth miracle of the past few decades has been driven by investing and exporting, not consumer spending. Lately, though, we’re hearing a lot about a [...]
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ISIS poses threat to US and China: Top officials

05-Dec-2015 Intellasia | Economic Times | 6:00 AM

The dreaded Islamic State militant group poses a serious threat to China and the US, senior officials of both countries have agreed as they discussed steps to strengthen [...]
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Xinjiang violence: Does China have a terror problem?

05-Dec-2015 Intellasia | CNN | 6:00 AM

In a raid last month, Chinese paramilitary forces killed 28 suspects accused of a bloody September attack on a coal mine, flushing them out of a cliffside cave with [...]
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IMF denies China yuan decision was political

05-Dec-2015 Intellasia | AFP | 6:00 AM

The International Monetary Fund’s decision to include China’s yuan in its elite reserve currencies basket was based solely on “technical” [...]
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US Lawmakers Criticise China on Disputed Islands

US Lawmakers Criticise China on Disputed Islands

05-Dec-2015 Intellasia | VOA News | 6:00 AM

Some US congressmen have criticised China for what they say is a lack of sincerity in its pledge of non-militarisation of the disputed reefs and islands in the South China [...]
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Trade unaffected by tensions in the South China Sea

05-Dec-2015 Intellasia | Globalriskinsights | 6:00 AM

While Freedom of Navigation (FON) operations in the South China Sea have heightened tensions between the US and China, trade continues to remain unaffected. The beginning of [...]
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China moves into the global currency elite

05-Dec-2015 Intellasia | Washington Post | 6:00 AM

STARTING NEXT October, China’s currency, known as the yuan or renminbi, will form part of the “basket” of currencies from which the International Monetary [...]
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