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- Big spending Chinese clubs show global ambitions Updated: Feb-05-16 10:15 am
The European transfer window is not so European any more, with Chinese clubs outspending the continent's richest clubs in January to prove that the country is now a genuine power in attracting the world's best players.
- Chinese using carpooling apps to get ride home for holidays Updated: Feb-05-16 3:10 am
SHANGHAI - The hundreds of millions of Chinese heading home for Lunar New Year have a relatively new travel option this year: mobile apps to find carpool partners to share costs in what is a novel concept for most Chinese.
- Jackson Martinez to join Chinese side Guangzhou Evergrande Updated: Feb-03-16 1:04 am
BEIJING - Guangzhou Evergrande of the Chinese Super League said Wednesday it has signed Atletico Madrid striker Jackson Martinez for a new record sum in the Asian transfer market.
- US firm in China meat scandal disputes court's verdict Updated: Feb-02-16 1:03 am
HONG KONG - A U.S. meat supplier is disputing a Chinese court's verdict that its local subsidiary sold expired chicken and beef to McDonald's, KFC and other fast food restaurants in China.
- Chinese students on 2-week visit to study Kansas education Updated: Jan-25-16 8:37 am
HUTCHINSON, Kansas - A group of Chinese students is visiting Kansas as part of a two-week trip to experience American education and see some sites.
- China busts 35 restaurants using opium poppies as seasoning Updated: Jan-21-16 11:46 pm
BEIJING - China's Food and Drug Administration says it found opium poppies used as illegal seasoning in 35 restaurants across the country, including a popular Beijing hot pot chain.
- GM's Cadillac opens China factory to target luxury market Updated: Jan-21-16 4:39 am
SHANGHAI - General Motors Co. opened a Cadillac factory in China on Thursday to target the country's growing but crowded luxury car market.
- Hong Kong bourse boss not fan of China's market intervention Updated: Jan-21-16 4:02 am
HONG KONG - The head of Hong Kong's stock exchange said Thursday that he wasn't a fan of recent moves by Beijing to prop up sagging share prices but it won't stop the exchange from expanding ties with mainland Chinese counterparts.