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High-ranking officials from South Korea, Japan and China met to plan their annual three-way summit

High-ranking officials from South Korea, Japan and China met to plan their annua

South Korea's foreign ministry has said that high-ranking officials from South Korea, Japan and China have met to work out details for their annual three-way summit.

Chinese Workers to Erect Crane at Esquimalt Graving Dock, Union Workers Agitated

Chinese Workers to Erect Crane at Esquimalt Graving Dock, Union Workers Agitated

The President of the Vancouver Island Building Trades, Philip Venoit yesterday said that the Council Federal legislation governing foreign workers creating a crane at the Esquimalt Graving Dock has been misapprehended, and that the misinterpretation should be corrected.

China's Non-Manufacturing Sector Accounts for 58.4% at PMI

China's Non-Manufacturing Sector Accounts for 58.4% at PMI

The non- manufacturing sector of China, measured by the Purchasing Managers' Index, has shown an upward slope and recorded a rise of up to 58.4 percent in the month of March which is more in comparison to the last month.

Presidential Office Opposes Refendrum on All China Issues

Presidential Office Opposes Refendrum on All China Issues

The Democratic Progressive Party is demanding to put on a refendrum on every matter associated with China. The unnecessary demand is not being welcomed and the Presidential office spokesman comments it to be illogical.

Japan Asks China to Take Required Decision on Yuan

Japan Asks China to Take Required Decision on Yuan

Japan's Finance Minister on Saturday asked China to undertake an apt decision on its foreign exchange policy, however, stopped just short of actually recommending it what to do.

Foreign Correspondents Club of China Website Shut Down after “Persistent Hacks”

Foreign Correspondents Club of China Website Shut Down after “Persistent Hacks”

The Foreign Correspondents Club of China announced on Friday that it had taken down its website following a plethora of attacks by hackers; which happened just days after it was revealed that Yahoo email accounts of a number of foreign journalists covering China were hacked.

Chinese Drywall That Causes Corrosion, Proving to be a Health Hazard: Report

Chinese Drywall That Causes Corrosion, Proving to be a Health Hazard: Report

U. S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has stated that a type of drywall made in China causes corrosion in electrical wiring, thus homeowners should replace it as soon as they can.

Geithner Expresses Confidence in China, Says it Will Take Measures to Strengthen Yuan

Geithner Expresses Confidence in China, Says it Will Take Measures to Strengthen

Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner has stated that he has confidence in China, saying that, for its own interest, the country will eventually choose to have a stronger currency. He further added that United States is striving to “maximize the chance” to help China move quickly on the yuan.

Hu Accepts Nuclear Security Summit Invitation

Hu Accepts Nuclear Security Summit Invitation

After negotiating for long over the issue of attending the set-piece nuclear security summit in Washington, which will is going to be held 10 days from now, Chinese President Hu Jintao finally accepted the invitation on Thursday, while having an official conversation with his US counterpart Barack Obama.

China and Japan Seem to Have Forgiven Toyota

China and Japan Seem to Have Forgiven Toyota

For all those who thought that Toyota would be hurt by the constant recalls which came one after the other over the recent months, here is a shocker - sales of the company have not suffered even one bit. In face, they have actually spiked, at least in China and Japan, if not anywhere else.

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