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China Halts All Meat Imports From Canada Over 'forged Pork Certificates'

China Halts All Meat Imports From Canada Over 'forged Pork Certificates'

Canada agrees to suspend permits for meat exports to China after recent Chinese bans on pork from several Canadian firms The two countries have been at loggerheads over variety of issues since arrest of Huawei executive in December

A Shareholder's Stake Sale Plan Stops The Bull Run In China's Best-performing Brokerage Stock CSC Financial

A Shareholder's Stake Sale Plan Stops The Bull Run In China's Best-performing Brokerage Stock CSC Financial

Citic Securities, China's largest public traded broker, said it plans to sell 427 million shares, or 5.6 per cent of CSC Financial, in the secondary market in the next six months Citic Securities is the fourth-largest shareholder of CSC Financial

Foreign Ownership Main Culprit For Unaffordable Housing In Vancouver, A Top Destination For Chinese Funds, 'unimpeachable' Study Says

Foreign Ownership Main Culprit For Unaffordable Housing In Vancouver, A Top Destination For Chinese Funds, 'unimpeachable' Study Says

A study found a near-perfect 96 per cent correlation between detached housing unaffordability and foreign ownership rates across 14 Vancouver municipalities The Canadian city has for decades attracted waves of millionaires and money from mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan

US Wraps Up Hearings On Plan To Hit All Chinese Goods With Tariffs As Trade War Nears First Anniversary

US Wraps Up Hearings On Plan To Hit All Chinese Goods With Tariffs As Trade War Nears First Anniversary

Hundreds of companies and industry groups weigh in on impact of proposed tariffs on around US$300 billion of Chinese items Hearings conclude ahead of Saturday's Trump-Xi meeting in Japan

French Retail Giant Carrefour Leads Retreat From China As 'underdog' Hypermarkets Lose Dominance

French Retail Giant Carrefour Leads Retreat From China As 'underdog' Hypermarkets Lose Dominance

The French supermarket's partial exit underscores the shift underway in shopping patterns in the world's most populous nation Rise of online retailing has led to erosion of market share for hypermarket operators such as Carrefour, Wal-Mart, and Auchan

China Tries To Focus On Sustainable Projects As It Seeks To Dismiss Fears Of African Debt Trap

China Tries To Focus On Sustainable Projects As It Seeks To Dismiss Fears Of African Debt Trap

Foreign minister Wang Yi tells summit in Beijing that fears about investments in continent are 'groundless' Chinese government tries to address concerns borrows will be burdened by unsustainable debt and say that want to heighten role of private sector

Could Australia's Cash For Plastic Collection Scheme Be A Model For Hong Kong?

Could Australia's Cash For Plastic Collection Scheme Be A Model For Hong Kong?

The proposed bottle deposit scheme, including a cash rebate, will be considered for Hong Kong, says government Plan from drinks companies major part of drive to slash bottle waste by 70 to 90 per cent by 2025

Top Chinese Official Warns High Cost Of Marrying Off Sons Is Driving Rural Families Into Poverty

Top Chinese Official Warns High Cost Of Marrying Off Sons Is Driving Rural Families Into Poverty

Rural affairs vice-minister Han Jun hits out at lavish bride prices that can easily pass US$14,500 but roots of problem may lay in skewed gender ratio

Tensions Between China And Sweden Aren't Hurting Trade, Researchers Say

Tensions Between China And Sweden Aren't Hurting Trade, Researchers Say

Despite tense relations, Chinese investment in the country saw a threefold increase last year, and bilateral trade grew 15 per cent Swedish institute analysed nearly 60 statements issued by Chinese embassy accusing media, police and others of misrepresenting the country

China's US Soybean And Pork Imports Down 55.3 Per Cent Due To Trade War, African Swine Fever

China's US Soybean And Pork Imports Down 55.3 Per Cent Due To Trade War, African Swine Fever

Ministry of Agriculture shows that China's imports of US soybeans shrank by 70.6 per cent year-on-year to 4.31 million tonnes in the first five months of 2019 Reduced orders of agricultural products from the United States could be on the agenda this week at the G20 summit in Japan