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Exclusive: Yuan at right level, disorderly capital flows unlikely - China central bank official

13 Aug 2019

BEIJING China's yuan is at an appropriate level currently and two-way fluctuations in the currency will not necessarily cause disorderly capital flows, a senior official at the People's Bank of China told Reuters on Tuesday.

Crop invaders: China's small farmers struggle to defeat armyworm

09 Aug 2019

MENGHAI, China Yan Wenliu leans on the side of his cart as he prepares to leave his sugarcane field in Southwest China, bewildered by the formidable new pest that has ambushed his crops this year.

Crop invaders: China's small farmers struggle to defeat armyworm

09 Aug 2019

MENGHAI, China, Aug 9 Yan Wenliu leans on the side of his cart as he prepares to leave his sugarcane field in Southwest China, bewildered by the formidable new pest that has ambushed his crops this year.

Smart home tech makes inroads into China's emerging elderly care market

09 Aug 2019

WEIFANG, China Charging elderly clients just 1 yuan or about 15 cents a day, little-known Lanchuang Network Technology Corp has embarked on one of the most ambitious undertakings in aged care by a private sector firm in China.

Handelsstreit zwischen USA und China weitet sich auf Währungen aus

06 Aug 2019

Washington/Peking Die weltgrößten Wirtschaftsmächte USA und China verschärfen ihren Kurs im Handelsstreit: Die Vereinigten Staaten stuften die Volksrepublik erstmals seit 25 Jahren wieder als Währungsmanipulator ein.

After historic rocket launch, Chinese startup to ramp up missions

31 Jul 2019

BEIJING Beijing-based startup iSpace is planning up to eight commercial rocket launches next year, after last week becoming China's first privately funded firm to put a satellite into orbit, its executives told Reuters.

Trade war keeps China's factories in reverse gear for third month

31 Jul 2019

BEIJING China's factory activity shrank for the third month in a row in July, an official survey showed, underlining the growing strains on the world's second-biggest economy as the Sino-U.S. trade war hits business profits, confidence and investment.

Global warming reshapes almanac for tea growers in China's Yunnan

26 Jul 2019

NANNUOSHAN, China Que Liu and his wife Si En spend their mornings picking pu'er leaves in an ancient tea garden in a forest not far from their hillside village, one of many that dot the subtropical highlands of southwest China.

Profit growth at China's central government-owned firms drops to single digits

16 Jul 2019

BEIJING Profit growth at firms directly owned by China's central government slowed to the low single digits in the second quarter, hit by a cooling economy and sputtering global trade.

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