Tuesday, August 09, 2005

News about China

  1. Inside Yahoo's China Push Open this result in new window
    Forbes - Aug 09 11:23 AM
    A record investment may lead to consolidation of Yahoo's China businesses.
  2. Feared death toll in China mine disaster rises to 123 Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Aug 09 10:47 AM
    The number of miners trapped and feared dead after an illegal coal mine was flooded in southern China rose to 123 as rescue teams continued pumping water from the shaft in the faint hope they will be found alive.
  3. Battle of blogs in China Open this result in new window
    International Herald Tribune - 59 minutes ago
    Blogging is blooming in China as the country's vast pool of Web users try to make their mark online and ambitious local start-ups battle foreign heavyweights for a piece of the market.
  4. China loves Levis Open this result in new window
    CNN Money - Aug 09 10:24 AM
    In China, high-quality personal care toiletries and consumer electronics led the list of most desired American products, according to a survey released Tuesday.
  5. Medmira Inc. forms China joint venture with Tianhe Pharmaceutical Open this result in new window
    Canadian Press via Yahoo! News - Aug 09 8:11 AM
    HALIFAX (CP) - MedMira Inc. has begun a partnership with Chinese pharmaceutical firm Tianhe Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. it says will open new over-the-counter markets in China for its rapid diagnostic products.
  6. Report: Yahoo seeks stake in China firm Open this result in new window
    SiliconValley.com via Yahoo! News - Aug 09 7:04 AM
    EBay could soon be facing old nemesis Yahoo in its efforts to conquer China's online auction market.
  7. China says 123 miners now known trapped by flood Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! News - Aug 09 7:43 AM
    At least 123 miners are now known to have been trapped deep underground in a flooded shaft in south China, not 102 as first reported, and they have little chance of survival, official media reported late on Tuesday.
  8. Toshiba eyes 20 percent annual growth in China to lift fortunes Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Aug 09 7:17 AM
    Toshiba, which has been mired in the red because of falling prices for its electronics goods, said it aimed to expand sales by 20 percent each year in China and invest to keep a technology edge.
  9. UBS eyes Bank of China IPO Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! News - Aug 09 5:41 AM
    UBS would like to win the business of bringing Bank of China to the stock exchange, but its current talks about taking a stake in BOC are not aimed at securing that business, UBS' finance chief said.
  10. Australia to start formal negotiations on uranium exports to China Open this result in new window
    International Herald Tribune - Aug 09 7:06 AM
    Australia, one of the biggest exporters of uranium, said Tuesday that it would hold formal talks to start selling and shipping uranium to China, which plans to increase nuclear energy output fourfold by 2020.


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