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ArcelorMittal, the world's largest steel maker, wants to acquire a majority stake in a Chinese steel maker but will probably have to wait at least five years, said the chief executive, Lakshmi Mittal.
By Jimmy Wang Keith Bradsher contributed reporting from Hong Kong. Lucy Liang contributed research from Beijing. * The decision by the Chinese government to raise consumer fuel prices by at least 16 percent illustrates the balancing act Beijing is compelled to perform in advance of the Olympics.
By Stephanie Clifford With a line of computers once made by IBM and a chief executive who hails from Dell and NCR, the Lenovo Group is not an obviously Chinese company.
They're in our computers, reading our files. The Chinese government, that is, according to two U.S. Congressmen who recently accused Beijing of sending hackers to ferret out secret documents stored on Congressional computers.
By Stephanie Clifford With an Italian-sounding name, a line of computers once made by IBM and a chief executive who hails from Dell and NCR, the Lenovo Group is not a company that most people would assume is Chinese.
TORONTO, June 17, 2008 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Aspire International, Inc's ("Aspire" or the "Company") (OTCBB:APIT) wholly owned subsidiary Aspire GuangXi announced today that the Company has received the approval of a business license from the Chinese Government.
ST. LOUIS, June 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Chinese Vice Premier Wang Qishan today became the highest Chinese government official yet to visit St. Louis in connection with the proposal to create an air cargo hub and commercial center here to facilitate trade between China and the United States.
More evidence of the Chinese governmentâ€™s attempt to squelch protests regarding Tibet arose on Sunday when many users in the communist territory were blocked from viewing videos on YouTube.
On Friday, the Chinese government reported that its Internet population has soared to 210 million people, putting it on track to surpass the U.S. online community this year to become the world's largest.
Google Inc. is committed to doing business in China despite criticism the company has faced for abiding by Chinese government censorship restrictions, co-founder Sergey Brin said this week.
- A ceramic container used inside a fuel-fired kiln to protect pots from the flame.