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Ukraine, China have great co-op prospects

KIEV - Ukraine and China have great prospects of cooperation in agriculture, trade, machine building and metallurgy, a business leader told Xinhua Thursday. Konstantin Ivanov, head of Chernigov regional Chamber of Commerce, has brought home several cooperation agreements with China in the agricultural sector after a visit to Wuxi city in east...

Number of Chinese Billionaires Skyrockets

Asia sprouted a new crop of millionaires over the past year, with growth of wealth in China topping the charts. According to a report this week by Credit Suisse, the country now has 6% of the world’s total of ultra-high-net-worth individuals, or those with fortunes in excess of $50 million. That’s second only to the United States,...

Beijing needs US$160bn to combat pollution over 5 years

Beijing is raising the stakes in its fight against pollution as emissions from construction projects and waste management continue to darken the skies, the Beijing-based The Economic Observer reports. In late September, Fang Li, deputy director of Beijing's Environmental Protection Bureau, said the city government plans to spend as much as 300...

Northern China smog in Harbin

Smog has choked China's northern city of Harbin, Heilongjiang province, forcing schools and highways to shut and disrupting flights on Monday. The density of airborne particles was several times above World Health Organisation recommended limits. Visibility was reduced to below 50m (160ft) in parts of the city, reports said. Local media have...

China To Develop Some 3 Million Hectares Of Ukrainian Farmland

China has reached an agreement with Ukraine for enhanced crop and pork production on as much as 3 million hectares of farmland, or about 5 percent of Ukraine’s total area, in what will be China's biggest overseas agricultural project to date. Under a 50-year plan to introduce modern agricultural techniques and improved irrigation, which...

China's Food Challenge

China is having trouble feeding its 1.35 billion people. As the nation underwent rapid industrialization and urbanization in recent years, its productive farmlands have dwindled, reducing its domestic food supply, while at the same time rising incomes have boosted demand. As a result, China has had to import an unprecedented amount of food,...

China’s appetite for imported food grows

China’s appetite for imported food will continue to grow despite a slowdown in its economy. China’s economic growth slowed from 9.2% in 2009 to 7.5% in 2013 but the country remains a huge force in global food demand, Eric Trachtenberg, director of the food and agriculture sector for McLarty Associates, Washington, D.C., said during...

12 lessons I learned from 20 years of doing business in China by Stanley Chao

12 lessons I learned from 20 years of doing business in China by Stanley Chao Doing business in China is a daunting task, so complicated that I (along with many others) can write books about it, and consultants can make their livelihoods on it. After twenty years in China, I've been able to sum up many of the lessons learned into a summary of 12 rules, but don't take these rules as the final word in doing business in...

Air pollution takes toll on China’s tourism

Air pollution takes toll on China’s tourism China, one of the most visited countries in the world, has seen sharply fewer tourists this year ? with worsening air pollution partly to blame. Numbers of foreign visitors have declined following January’s “Airpocalypse,” when already eye-searing levels of smog soared to new highs. Tourists have been put off by news about smog...

Tourists who tarnish the country’s image should be punished

Tourists who tarnish the country’s image should be punished China’s first tourism law will come into effect on Oct 1, and tourists will be urged to behave civilly when traveling overseas. The well-intended legislation will not have much of an affect on tourists’ behavior unless there are concrete punitive repercussions, said an article in Guangzhou Daily.Excerpts: In May, a 15-year-old boy...

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