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China will require approval for foreign TV shows posted online

By Dow Jones Chinese video-streaming companies played down the new requirement. "We don't see material impact on our traffic or revenue in the near term," said a spokesman for Youku Tudou Inc. , which...

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China's disappearing bad loans

By Carl E Walter & Fraser J T Howie Along with Robert Gottliebsen and Stephen Bartholomeusz, Alan also founded Business Spectator, the popular business news and commentary website. Alan has been a trusted source of...

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Goodman Fielder takeover delayed

By Mitchell Neems The scheme implementation deed between the parties was set to conclude on December 31 but has now been pushed to March 31, 2015. "While Wilmar and First Pacific are continuing to...

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China relaxes foreign investment rules

By Dow Jones newswires China's Ministry of Commerce has issued new rules relaxing bureaucratic procedures for Chinese companies making overseas investments, the official Xinhua news agency said on Sunday. China's National Development and Reform...

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Iron ore market risks 'disaster'

By Dow Jones newswires Labrador Iron Mines Holdings in Northeastern Canada this summer halted all operations, citing prices too low to accommodate costs. "Many medium and small suppliers will retreat from the market and...

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Iron ore miners take hit as price tumbles

THE price of Australia‘s major export has dropped to fresh lows in China, causing shares in local miners to plunge. Read more here: Telegraph     

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The Week Ahead

By Savanth Sebastian Not only will retail sales data for August be released, but also business inventories, import ../../../../tag/china/page/2/and_export_prices_and_the_preliminary_reading_on_consumer_sentiment._On_Tuesday_nbsp.css;two indicators of note are...

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‘Buyers’ strike’: Iron ore falls to continue

But this year the inventory level was already low at 350,000 tonnes, which gave buyers little room to play with. "The short term demand outlook is challenging, but we believe iron ore inventories held...

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Large-scale solar 'most affected' by China spat

By SolarBuzz The graphic below shows the US project pipeline by system size range, highlighting the number of projects and the total capacity that could be affected by the recent US trade investigations. With...

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‘Clear and present danger’: Chinese economy unravelling

In a recent newsletter about the Chinese economy, Westpac analysts said real estate was the heart of domestic confidence issues and predicted a grim future for ongoing growth. "Housing construction activity is vital to...