Business

Swedish IKEA opens first single-brand retail store in India

Aug 9, 2018

Band music and loud cheers greet hundreds of customers as Swedish home furnishings giant IKEA opens its first store in India, five years after it received approval to invest in the country's single-brand retail sector

China exports accelerated in July despite rise in US tariffs

Aug 9, 2018

China's exports to the US accelerated in July despite Trump tariff hike

China eliminates work permits in latest appeal to Taiwanese

Aug 8, 2018

Beijing has eliminated a requirement that Taiwanese citizens apply for permission to work in China in its latest appeal to the island's skilled young workers amid a diplomatic freeze between the sides

China orders recall from overseas as vaccine scandal churns

Aug 8, 2018

China's National Health Commission says investigators have begun recalling defective vaccines produced by drugmaker Changchun Changsheng Life Sciences Ltd. from domestic and overseas markets

China mobile tower owner debuts in HK market after $6.9B IPO

Aug 8, 2018

China mobile tower owner debuts in HK market after $6.9 billion IPO

Veteran South Indian politician Muthuvel Karunanidhi dies

Aug 7, 2018

Muthuvel Karunanidhi, a popular scriptwriter-turned-politician in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, has died after a prolonged illness at age 94

Global stocks follow Wall Street higher

Aug 7, 2018

Global stocks follow Wall Street higher as stronger corporate profits help to defuse U.S.-China fears

Solar cookout aims to woo traditional chefs, cut carbon

Aug 7, 2018

Solar cooker bash aims to win over finicky Chinese chefs, vanquish sooty mainstays

Global stocks mostly higher amid strong earnings, growth

Aug 6, 2018

Global stock markets are mostly higher as investors focused on strong economic data out of the United States and the mostly upbeat corporate earnings reports.

Taiwan's Kinmen island begins importing water from China

Aug 6, 2018

The Taiwanese-controlled island of Kinmen located just off the Chinese coast has begun importing water from its neighbor via a pipeline despite heightened tensions between the two sides

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