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Why Xi JinPing won’t repeat the Tiananmen Square incident in Hong Kong

Hoover Institution senior fellow Larry Diamond on Hong Kong protests.

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  1. PetroChina supplier Wison says chairman 'assisting probe'

    The chairman of a Chinese oil engineering firm is helping the authorities with an unspecified investigation, the company said on Tuesday, amid a widening corruption ...

  2. China investigates more top PetroChina executives over corruption

    A high-level government probe into corruption at China's leading oil and gas firm widened on Tuesday, with three additional senior officials at the state-run giant b...

  3. China Government Vows To Support Growth; Stocks Up

    Chinese stocks rose Wednesday after state media said the Communist Party's politburo vowed to keep economic growth steady in the second half of the year despite what...

  4. China must deepen reforms to meet economic challenges: president

    China must deepen reforms to address a slew of challenges confronting it, President Xi Jinping said in comments published on Tuesday that emphasize the government's ...

  5. Factbox: China comment: finmin rules out big stimulus

    China's new leaders have promised to keep the economy on an even keel in 2013 with flexible policy settings while accelerating free-market reforms to sustain long-te...

  6. President to Kick-Start Global Climate Agenda

    President Barack Obama will attempt to kick-start a global climate agenda on Tuesday with proposals including a plan to limit carbon emissions from existing U.S. pow...

  7. Exclusive: BRICS nations monitoring 'complex' global markets - source

    Major emerging-market economies are paying close attention to "new and complex" developments in global financial markets and want closer coordination of their macroe...

  8. China Factory Activity Skids to 9-Month Low

    China's factory activity weakened to a nine-month low in June as demand faltered, a preliminary survey showed, heightening the risk of a sharper second quarter slowd...

  9. China's economy stumbles in May, growth seen sliding in Q2

    Risks are rising that China's economic growth will slide further in the second quarter after weekend data showed unexpected weakness in May trade and domestic activi...

  10. China Data Deluge on Tap This Weekend

    The big media focus this weekend will be the historic two-day summit between U.S. President Barack Obama and China President Xi Jinping.But a handful of key Chinese ...

  11. Safeguards From 'Watering Hole' Attacks

    Businesses with fewer than 250 employees are increasingly in the cross-hairs of sophisticated hacker groups from around the world, including China.

  12. Senators renew push against China currency 'manipulation' despite yuan's rise

    A bipartisan group of senators on Wednesday introduced legislation to give the United States new tools to fight currency manipulation, an effort aimed mainly at Chin...

  1. Airbus Drops Behind Boeing in 1Q Jet Orders

    Airbus dropped behind U.S. rival Boeing in the race for new airplane deals in the first quarter after a pair of wide-body order cancellations, while Boeing finalised...

  2. Plane, car deals mark Chinese state visit to France

    China's President Xi Jinping and French counterpart Francois Hollande oversaw the signing of a series of industrial co-operation deals and multi-billion dollar aircr...

  3. Twitter CEO Makes First China Visit to Crack into Market

    Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) CEO Dick Costolo will meet Shanghai government officials, academics and students in his first visit to China, signaling Twitter's interest in...

  4. China Premier Li says will target corruption, no matter how high

    China will "seriously deal with" corrupt officials no matter how senior they are, Premier Li Keqiang said on Thursday."We will show zero tolerance for corrupt behavi...

  5. China to trial telecoms value-added tax; could hit carriers' profits

    China will trial a new value-added tax for telecommunication services providers as a replacement for business tax, Premier Li Keqiang said on Wednesday at the openin...

  6. China to make new bid to join global procurement pact in 2014

    China has agreed to make a revised offer to join a global agreement aimed at creating a level playing field for foreign companies competing for government contracts,...

  7. China reform winners consumer, healthcare stocks; losers, big banks

    China's mass consumer, healthcare and non-banking financial counters may well be the early winners in the country's stock markets this week after Beijing promised th...

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