On Aug. 18, China’s stock market plummeted by a vertigo-inducing 6.2 percent ... China stayed the course of the “catch-up model” for too long — resulting in what former Premier Wen Jiabao called an “unbalanced, unstable, uncoordinated, …
"Wen Jiabao has committed grave errors and crimes," said the ... who has made a living by giving lectures on how to trade stock, said in emailed comments. "In fact, the biggest losers have been the Chinese Communist Party and Chinese …
Director of Yong Lee Seng Motor Raymond Tang said dealers are likely to have fulfilled orders while the vehicle stock for Euro VI may not have arrived ... to predict," said Mr Ang. Mr Lai Chang Wen, chief executive of local delivery service …
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The Marshall Islands, Oct. 31 (CNA) President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) announced Tuesday that Taiwan ... Taiwan's agriculture technical corps there, for example, has provided swine breeding stock for free to local farmers and has …
It’s a small indication of the enormous expectations of China these days that Thursday’s announcement of Chinese GDP — 9.6 per cent growth in the third quarter — managed to fuel investor jitters and weigh on some Asian stock markets. …
The director also said he used the Maldivian army to stock his Stormtrooper legion ... Alan Tudyk, Riz Ahmed, Jiang …
Ping An recently hit the headlines after the New York Times said last month that relatives of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao had gained from its Hong Kong listing in 2004 by buying stock at a discount before the sale. Ping An has denied those …
SHANGHAI — PetroChina Co. became the world's first company valued at more than a trillion dollars Monday, catapulting over U.S. energy titan Exxon Mobil Corp. as eager Chinese got their first shot at investing in the oil giant when its stock
The Taipei stock market dropped 5.8 percent and a government official ... "We do not want the independence and sovereignty we enjoy now to be destroyed or changed," said Tsai Ing-wen, the island's top official for China policy, …
which could have pushed down the price of the stock after it listed. An earlier version of this article misspelled the given name of a former Chinese prime minister. He is Wen Jiabao, not Jibao.