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South China Sea: Beijing can deploy military assets on islands anytime, US think tank says - ABC Online

ABC Online

South China Sea: Beijing can deploy military assets on islands anytime, US think tank says
ABC Online
AMTI, part of Washington's Centre for Strategic and International Studies, said China's three air bases in the Spratlys and another on Woody Island in the Paracel chain further north would allow its military aircraft to operate over nearly the entire ...
China can deploy warplanes on artificial islands any time: Think tankCNBC
Report: China's man-made S.China Sea islands nearly completeFox News
Warning that Beijing's military bases in South China Sea are ready for useThe Guardian

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Sydney Chinese academic stuck in China - Sky News Australia

Sky News Australia

Sydney Chinese academic stuck in China
Sky News Australia
An Australian university academic blocked from leaving China has undergone another round of questioning by Chinese security agents. University of Technology Sydney associate professor Chongyi Feng, who was in China researching human rights issues, ...
Sydney academic Chongyi Feng, barred from leaving China, refuses lie test: friendThe Sydney Morning Herald
Quick resolution unlikely for UTS professor barred from leaving China, lawyer saysABC Online
Security agents stop Aussie academic leaving ChinaThe Australian
dailytelegraph.com.au -The Australian Financial Review
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Australia-China extradition treaty pulled by Federal Government after backbench rebellion - ABC Online

ABC Online

Australia-China extradition treaty pulled by Federal Government after backbench rebellion
ABC Online
The agreement has stoked widespread unease in Parliament, with MPs on both sides of politics arguing Australia should not send people to China because the country's judicial system is plagued with human rights abuses. The Senate was also almost ...
China extradition deal collapses as Malcolm Turnbull pulls plug under pressure from Labor, backbenchersThe Sydney Morning Herald
How did the government get China treaty so wrong?Illawarra Mercury
PM drops effort to ratify China treatySky News Australia
Yahoo7 News -The Australian -SBS
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American Airlines buys stake in China Southern Airlines - CNBC

CNBC

American Airlines buys stake in China Southern Airlines
CNBC
American Airlines has agreed to pay $200 million for a stake in China Southern Airlines, the biggest of China's three major state-owned carriers, in a bid for a bigger share of the country's growing travel market. American and China Southern will ...
What American Airlines' $200 Million China Southern Deal Means for Both CarriersFortune
American Airlines Buys China Southern Stake as Traffic BoomsNew York Times
American Airlines ties up partnership with China SouthernBBC News
Los Angeles Times -Reuters -Bloomberg
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China joins race for booming Indian car market - CNNMoney

CNNMoney

China joins race for booming Indian car market
CNNMoney
China is the world's biggest car market, but automakers are being lured to India by the prospect of faster growth. Nearly 3 million passenger vehicles were sold in India in the financial year ending March 2016, according to the Society of Indian ...

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In China, Like In The US, The Fight Over Ride Hailing Is Local - NPR

NPR

In China, Like In The US, The Fight Over Ride Hailing Is Local
NPR
On the fringes of Beijing, surrounded by affluent housing compounds and the headquarters of some of China's leading hi-tech firms, there's a slum folks call Didi Village. Cars with mainly out-of-town license plates are parked under makeshift shelters ...
SoftBank Talks to China's Uber Rival Didi About $6 Billion InvestmentWall Street Journal (subscription)

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Chinese steel, iron ore futures drop as speculators exit - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Chinese steel, iron ore futures drop as speculators exit
The Australian Financial Review
Iron ore fell, extending its retreat from its February peak to 14 per cent, as ore stockpiles at Chinese ports edge ever higher and concerns about steel demand push speculators to exit at least some of their positions. The spot price of iron ore ...
Chinese iron ore futures are getting smokedBusiness Insider Australia

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China has turned its charm on Australia, but it won't last forever - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

China has turned its charm on Australia, but it won't last forever
The Sydney Morning Herald
While the region's governments were in a "holding pattern" to see whether Trump's America would recommit to upholding the regional rules-based order, China should shape up: "While non-democracies such as China can thrive when participating in the ...
Premier Li reassures NZ on China-US relationshipNew Zealand Herald
NZ and China 'will be able to scale the highest peaks'Radio New Zealand
China doesn't hold the economic leverage over Australia that most people thinkThe Australian Financial Review
The Conversation AU -Project Syndicate -NEWS.com.au
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China's HNA in talks to buy controlling stake in Forbes: Sources - CNBC

CNBC

China's HNA in talks to buy controlling stake in Forbes: Sources
CNBC
Acquisitive Chinese conglomerate HNA Group is in talks to buy a controlling stake in the owner of the publisher of Forbes magazine, two sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters. Hong Kong-based investor group Integrated Whale Media ...

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China's confidence on the rise - The Australian

The Australian

China's confidence on the rise
The Australian
China's economic growth last year came in at 6.7 per cent, the lowest in 25 years and lower than the 6.9 per cent of the year before. But the mood at the Boao reflects a confidence that, as one Chinese official put it, the economy is moving from the ...

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