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FOX Business
Another Big Automaker Takes Aim at Tesla's Model 3brand on Tuesday -- and its announcement made clear that the new brand is aimed
FOX Business / Posted 45 minutes ago
brand on Tuesday -- and its announcement made clear that the new brand is aimed directly at Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA). Yes, the first Polestar product will require gasoline (it's a high-performance luxury hybrid). But all future Polestars will be pure... Read more
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FOX Business
Another Big Automaker Takes Aim at Tesla's Model 3its announcement made clear that the new brand is aimed directly at Tesla (NASD
FOX Business / Posted 45 minutes ago
its announcement made clear that the new brand is aimed directly at Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA). Continue Reading Below Yes, the first Polestar product will require gasoline (it's a high-performance luxury hybrid). But all future Polestars will be pure... Read more
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Breitbart
Asia Expert: Bannon ‘Today’s Paul Revere’ on China—‘The Bannon Express’ Putting ‘Communists Giants’ & Globalists in ‘Grave Danger’Beijing’s interests over those of America’s. In many instances, a generous Wash
Breitbart / Posted 4 days ago
Beijing’s interests over those of America’s. In many instances, a generous Washington pursued what could be called “China First” policies.” But Trump “changed the paradigm” in just months: Beginning the 26th [June], the American leader... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Pulitzer Prize-winner to lecture on China Pulitzer Prize-winner to lecture on ChinaPulitzer Prize-winning reporter and author Ian Johnson will give lecture on the
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and author Ian Johnson will give lecture on the religious awakening under way in China from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Monday (Oct. 16) at Centro Asturiano, 1913 N Nebraska Ave. Johnson, who won a Pulitzer in 2001 for his... Read more
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Digi Times
Morris Chang sees hurdle for semiconductor development in Chinaweigh the pros and cons before making optimal decisions, according to Chang, wh
Digi Times / Posted 5 days ago
weigh the pros and cons before making optimal decisions, according to Chang, who will retire in June 2018. Chang said when China first moved to develop the semiconductor industry in 2000, the overall development strategies were not available then,... Read more
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Market Watch
China, South Korea allow 8-year-old currency-swap deal to expirereducing the reliance on dollars for the settlement of trade and other cross-bo
Market Watch / Posted 7 days ago
reducing the reliance on dollars for the settlement of trade and other cross-border financial transactions. South Korea and China first established the deal in 2009, and its value doubled in 2011. In 2014, the deal was extended another three... Read more
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New York Magazine
What It’s Like to Escape From North Koreaescape together because we feared the North Korean government was watching us;
New York Magazine / Posted 7 days ago
escape together because we feared the North Korean government was watching us; the plan was for me and my mom to head to China first, and then our sister would join us. My mom and I made it across the border, but about a week later, we took a... Read more
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Sunday Observer
China’s ambitions for sleepy Hambantota could shift world trade routesIt is a disruptive occurrence. While much of China’s OBOR policy remains nebulo
Sunday Observer / Posted 17 days ago
It is a disruptive occurrence. While much of China’s OBOR policy remains nebulous and progress uncertain, Chinese control of Hambantota seems more than likely to become a world-altering fact. The writer is Chairman and CEO of China First... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
Chinese GP secures three-year contract extensionthis year's Chinese Grand Prix and the event was marked as subject to confirmat
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 18 days ago
this year's Chinese Grand Prix and the event was marked as subject to confirmation on the first draft of the calendar. China first hosted a race in 2004 and has been on the calendar ever since. ABOUT COOKIES We use cookies to help make this... Read more
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Crash.net
F1 confirms new three-year deal for Chinese GPsigned a contract extension for the race in Shanghai, as well as swapping dates
Crash.net / Posted 18 days ago
signed a contract extension for the race in Shanghai, as well as swapping dates with Bahrian on next season's schedule. China first joined the F1 calendar in 2004 with a race at the Shanghai International Circuit and has been a mainstay ever... Read more
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Reuters
Venture fundraising in yuan soars as investors target Chinese tech firmsseeding incubators, VC funds, locally, provincially, nationally,” said Peter Fu
Reuters / Posted 26 days ago
seeding incubators, VC funds, locally, provincially, nationally,” said Peter Fuhrman, CEO of China-focused investment bank China First Capital. “China has a lot of money in its government apparatus. It wants to seed innovation and entrepreneurship... Read more
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Reuters
Venture fundraising in yuan soars as investors target Chinese tech firmsseeding incubators, VC funds, locally, provincially, nationally,” said Peter Fu
Reuters / Posted 26 days ago
seeding incubators, VC funds, locally, provincially, nationally,” said Peter Fuhrman, CEO of China-focused investment bank China First Capital. “China has a lot of money in its government apparatus. It wants to seed innovation and entrepreneurship... Read more
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EuroNews
Venture fundraising in yuan soars as investors target Chinese tech firmsseeding incubators, VC funds, locally, provincially, nationally,” said Peter Fu
EuroNews / Posted 26 days ago
seeding incubators, VC funds, locally, provincially, nationally,” said Peter Fuhrman, CEO of China-focused investment bank China First Capital. “China has a lot of money in its government apparatus. It wants to seed innovation and entrepreneurship... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
China launches the world's fastest bullet trainChina's capital Beijing to Shanghai, making the 1,250-kilometre (777-mile) jour
Daily Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
China's capital Beijing to Shanghai, making the 1,250-kilometre (777-mile) journey in under four hours and 30 minutes. China first ran trains at 350 kilometres per hour in August 2008, but cut speeds back to 250-300 kilometre per hour in 2011,... Read more

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