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Trial of Accused Rio Tinto Employees Underway in China

Rio Tinto Employees

The trial of four Rio Tinto employees, accused of bribery and of stealing commercial secrets, commenced in China. The accused include an Australian national Stern Hu. The four employees, who are members of Rio Tinto’s iron ore team, were detained in China last summer.

China Cautions U.S Against its Trade Policies

China Cautions U.S Against its Trade Policies

China warned U.S today, it may strike back if the United States imposes trade policies and other penalties over its exchange rate policy. With China improving speedily from the financial crisis, even as Europe and the U.S. try to deal with obstinately high rates of joblessness, Beijing's decision to keep the Yuan largely unaffected against the U.S.

SABMiller Eyeing to Boost Beer Production Capacity in China

SABMiller

SABMiller Plc and its Chinese partner have revealed their intentions of acquiring and increasing their capacity in production in order to boost and reach its potential in China.

Evolutionary clues could be provided by Raptor

Evolutionary clues could be provided by Raptor

A U. S. paleontologist has said that a new relative of the Velociraptor discovered in China could provide clues to the evolution of the entire Dromaeosauridae family.

George Washington University doctoral candidate Jonah Choiniere and Michael Pittman, a graduate student at University College London discovered Linheraptor exquisitus in 2008 in Inner Mongolia.

China Debarred Form Australia's Access to Rio Trial

China Debarred Form Australia's Access to Rio Trial

China has revealed to Australian diplomats that they will not be granted access to part of the trial of an Australian employee of Rio Tinto charged with commercial spying, Canberra posted on Friday.

China Mobile Intends to Invest Overseas While Sticking To Its Roots in Mainland China

China Mobile Intends to Invest Overseas While Sticking To Its Roots in Mainland

Seeking overseas investments in Asia and Africa, China Mobile Ltd. wants to expand its scope because of the trailing profits gained by the mobile operator at its residence. China mobile Ltd. is the biggest known mobile operator if taken into account the number of subscribers.

BYD Following Buffett’s Footsteps

BYD Following Buffett’s Footsteps

Build Your Dreams, or BYD, is moving towards a more conventional investment strategy. This move is something that Warren Buffett would recommend. BYD is shifting from its objective of mass producing an electric vehicle in China this year.

Google May Withdraw from China Fully

Google May Withdraw from China Fully

In a matter of two months, Google Inc. wobbled the world with its threat to leave China on restriction and hacking concerns, and now there are increasing signs that a permanent exit is imminent, as the two sides refuse to compromise.

China Developers do Better This Time

China Developers do Better This Time

Asian markets ended higher on Friday, after Wall Street's humble gains on Thursday, with exporters supporting the Tokyo market on the yen's withdrawal, while property developers outdo in China.

Rio Trial Leads to Strained China, Australia Trade Relationships

Rio Trial Leads to Strained China, Australia Trade Relationships

Rio Executives, Stern Hu, an Australian, and three Chinese colleagues, have spent seven months in custody after they were arrested last July. They were originally charged for a capital offence of obtaining confidential state secrets.

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