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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.

Chinese Delegation Heads Home after Second Round of ECFA Talks

Chinese Delegation Heads Home after Second Round of ECFA Talks

On Friday, the Chinese delegation just-concluded the second round of talks on a suggested framework agreement on deal between Taiwan and China went back home.

International Journalist Association Hit by Cyberattack in China

International Journalist Association Hit by Cyberattack in China

In another Chinese hacker attack, an international journalists association on Friday revealed that its website was hit with a major cyberattack. The attack has come as the latest in a range of similar ones which have affected foreign journalists in China.

General Motors Registers Record-High Sales in China

General Motors

General Motors Co.’s sales in China registered a record-high in March, outshining its delivery numbers in United States for 3 months in a row. Experts say that this testifies China’s importance as the biggest auto market in the world.

Yuan Forwards, Reports Largest Weekly Gain in 3 Months

Yuan

Yuan forwards uncovered their largest weekly gain in as much as three months on rising speculation China that would soon loosen its hold on the currency, following reports that depicted that an economic recovery is grabbing momentum.

iPad Might Take Some Time Coming Home from China

iPad

Earlier during the week, Cupertino, California-based Apple began sending out notifications to customers that their pre-ordered iPads are now being prepared to be shipped, and some have actually been packed and sent off. For all those enthusiasts who had pre-order before this week began, Apple has promised that they would get their gadgets on April 03, the day when the iPad hits the stores.

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