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  • Why India is following middle path?
    no responses - Posted 01.19.13

    As Chinese and Japanese surveillance ships and aircrafts shadow each other around Senkaku/Diaoyu islands tension is rising. But both the powers are also engaged in smile diplomacy to woo India, creating diplomatic openings for the country. Preoccupied with territorial disputes with Japan and its Southeast Asian neighbours, and concerned about the US pivot China is […]

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  • Transit Tourists are free to enter Beijing from 2013
    no responses - Posted 12.09.12

    Government officials announced this week that visas will be waived for transit passengers who can provide a confirmed air ticket or other travel documents detailing a third destination and who will depart the Chinese capital within three days. Transit tourists from 45 countries will be able to visit Beijing for up to 72 hours without […]

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  • Concerning about China by Hongkong leaders
    no responses - Posted 12.07.12

    Seeking to address a local backlash against mainland Chinese control, the chief executive of Hong Kong called Thursday for closer relations with the mainland but also emphasized his willingness to impose limits on mainland visitors and investors. From Internet postings depicting mainlanders as locusts despoiling Hong Kong to the waving of British colonial flags at street demonstrations, resentment […]

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  • Chinese workers stage new protest in Singapore
    no responses - Posted 12.07.12

    Two crane operators staged a high-rise protest at a construction site in Singapore on Thursday, its second industrial incident involving mainland Chinese workers in less than two weeks.

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  • Finally China decreased interest rates after 2008 till today
    no responses - Posted 06.08.12

    China cut borrowing costs for the first time since 2008 and loosened controls on banks’ lending and deposit rates, stepping up efforts to combat a deepening slowdown as Europe’s debt crisis threatens global growth. The one-year lending rate declines by a quarter percentage point today to 6.31 percent, the People’s Bank of China said in a statement yesterday. […]

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