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Sun, 19 Feb 2017 12:04:52 GMT

USA TODAY

US deploys carrier to contentious South China Sea
USA TODAY
JAKARTA, Indonesia — The United States deployed aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson to patrol the increasingly contentious South China Sea, despite Beijing's warnings not to challenge its sovereignty in the resource-rich sea. The Navy described Saturday ...
US Aircraft Carrier, Warplanes and Destroyer Begin 'Routine Operations' in South China SeaNBCNews.com
US carrier starts 'routine' patrols in South China SeaCNN
US Aircraft carrier strike group deployed to the disputed South China Sea to test Beijing's resolve, raising fears ...Daily Mail
TheBlaze.com -New York Post -BBC News -Navy.mil
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Sun, 19 Feb 2017 15:08:00 GMT

CNN

China bans all coal imports from North Korea amid growing tensions
CNN
When reports first surfaced last week that authorities in an eastern Chinese port rejected a large shipment of coal from North Korea, a Ministry of Foreign Affairs official declined to confirm the story but reiterated Beijing's long-held position ...
China Message to Trump With North Korea Coal Ban: Let's DealBloomberg
China to suspend coal imports from North KoreaAljazeera.com
China suspends North Korean coal imports, striking at regime's financial lifelineWashington Post
New York Times -NPR -RT
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Sun, 19 Feb 2017 05:01:00 GMT

Forbes

China's Extraordinarily Expensive Recovery
Forbes
Last month, the Chinese economy surprised to the upside. The official Xinhua News Agency was not exaggerating much when it stated that “a string of economic indicators in January paints a rosy picture of the world's second largest economy.” Beijing ...
China's economy is dangerously close to unraveling - MarketWatchMarketWatch
China's yuan outflow pressure eases as dollar softensSouth China Morning Post

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Sun, 19 Feb 2017 16:46:43 GMT

Bloomberg

Trump Seen Having Support If He Dubs China Yuan Manipulator
Bloomberg
President Donald Trump would have the support of Congress if he declared China a currency manipulator, as he pledged during the election campaign, according to two members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Senator Lindsey Graham of South ...

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Sun, 19 Feb 2017 13:18:54 GMT

The National Interest Online (blog)

Why China Fears (And Plans to Sink) America's Aircraft Carriers
The National Interest Online (blog)
More than twenty years ago, a military confrontation in East Asia pushed the United States and China uncomfortably close to conflict. Largely unknown in America, the event made a lasting impression on China, especially Chinese military planners. The ...

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Sun, 19 Feb 2017 16:15:14 GMT

Forbes

Box Office: Matt Damon's 'The Great Wall' Is A Chinese Hit But A Domestic Miss
Forbes
The good news is that the three big openers had halfway decent multipliers over the weekend, implying that bad weather did play a role in Friday's underwhelming numbers. The bad news is that the overall figures are still in the realm of "not great." Oh ...

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Sun, 19 Feb 2017 08:03:00 GMT

CNBC

China's property investment to grow less rapidly this year: Report
CNBC
China's investment in the property sector will likely expand at a slower pace in 2017 as Beijing looks to curb speculation, while infrastructure spending is expected to maintain a double-digit growth, state media cited a government adviser as saying ...

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Sun, 19 Feb 2017 17:07:40 GMT

Telegraph.co.uk

China's terracotta army prepares for war - against replicas
Telegraph.co.uk
Shanghai-based web portal thepaper.cn cited a lawyer saying the museum was "preparing" a case against owners of a huge display of soldiers in China's eastern province of Anhui – thousands of miles from the original in the northern city of Xi'an - and ...

Sat, 18 Feb 2017 23:27:07 GMT

The Star Online

China, a world leader soon?
The Star Online
CHINA, under the powerful leadership of Xi Jinping, may overtake the United States to assume the global leadership position sooner than expected – thanks to the chaos created to the world order by the new American president, according to scholars.

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Sun, 19 Feb 2017 03:33:47 GMT

Why it's time the Indian media ended its war on China
South China Morning Post
Not a shot has been fired across the India-China border since 1962, but the Indian media's China “war” never quite ended. Border “skirmishes” and Chinese “intrusions” into Indian territory still dominate the coverage of China by Indian newspapers and ...