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Han Feng’s Dairy Entries Leaked Describing His Misbehavior

Han Feng’s Dairy Entries Leaked Describing His Misbehavior

Investigating officials have are looking into the case of Han Feng, an official from the Guangxi tobacco monopoly bureau, who allegedly wrote daily diary entries describing his sexual involvement with many of his colleges along with acts of receiving bribes, when these entries spread after being posted on the internet.

Google Takes Case Against China to WTO

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US is reported weighing the benefits of taking China's censorship of Google Inc. to the World Trade Organization as an bias hindrance to trade, a move that could further trigger diplomatic concerns.

Bid for Montreal Metro Subway Car Contract

Bid for Montreal Metro Subway Car Contract

The bid for a large Montreal Metro subway car contract was tendered by Chinese train company Zhuzhou Electric Locomotive Ltd. The company will be using steel wheels instead of rubber tires. This new plan would save tax payers $1.5 billion and promises a comparatively smoother ride.

Foot-and-Mouth Disease Outbreak in China

Foot-and-Mouth Disease Outbreak in China

The outbreak of Foot-and-mouth disease, a highly contagious and sometimes fatal illness, affecting cloven-hoofed animals, including cattle, pigs, sheep and goats, in south China's Guangdong Province has culled a total of 8,382 pigs.

Toyoda to Hold a Press Conference in China

Akio Toyoda

Toyota Motor Corp.'s President, Akio Toyoda will be addressing a press conference in Beijing, tomorrow, to share the company's quality problems and causes of the recall. He looks forward to relieve the consumers by clarifying on the problems.

Chinese Attack on Google, Souring Relationships and Credibility

Chinese Attack on Google, Souring Relationships and Credibility

Very recently, the ISEC revealed that the much publicized and criticized Google attack in China, which led the search engine giant to seriously consider pulling out of the country, might have hit as many as 100 computers!

2010 Termed as "Most Complicated" for Economy by China Premier

2010 Termed as "Most Complicated" for Economy by China Premier

On Saturday, China's Premier Wen Jiabao promised to keep inflation under control and keep the country's economic recovery on track, and expressed hope for an end to the tensions that are currently going on with Washington over the issues of trade and currencies.

Canada to Gain Back Pork Export Access to China

Canada to Gain Back Pork Export Access to China

Canada's Federal Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz has announced that the Canadian pork exports will get immediate access to China, as Canada has met China's requirements now.

To avoid the H1N1 flow, China had banned pork imports, particularly from U. S, Mexico and Canada, early last year.

GM to Shut Hummer After Sale Collapse

GM to Shut Hummer After Sale Collapse

With the Chinese regulators putting down the purchase of its Hummer brand by Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machinery Co., the General Motors has decided to close Hummer.

U.S. Accused of Misusing Trade Reliefs by China

U.S. Accused of Misusing Trade Reliefs by China

China's Ministry of Commerce, on Thursday blamed United States of misuse of trade relief measures after it took action against imports from China and increased the import duties on China-made steel pipes.

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