- The Wall Street JournalJun 29 05:09 AM
As the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank is launched, China faces the task of leading a complex multilateral organization spanning an array of national interests.
- Business Standard IndiaJun 30 09:12 PM
The creation of the Chinese-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank is a bigger coup for Beijing than its hosting of the 2008 Olympics, state-run media said today after 50 countries signed its legal framework. China was spurred to create the AIIB ...
- AFP via Yahoo! NewsJun 29 11:15 PM
China was spurred to create the AIIB after "unfair treatment" by Washington-led institutions, the Global Times said in an editorial, apparently referring to the World Bank and International Monetary Fund. The AIIB has been viewed by some as a rival to the World Bank and Asian Development Bank, and the United States and Japan -- the world's largest and third-largest economies respectively -- have...
- Straits TimesJun 30 07:29 AM
June 30, 2015 5:50 AM THEY were leading the five-time defending champions China, but the South Korean women's epee team showed neither fear nor nerves in the Asian Fencing Championships at the OCBC Arena Hall One yesterday.
- The Daily ReckoningJun 24 06:39 PM
Australia has officially signed up to join China’s new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) as a founding member... The post Why China’s Asian Infrastructure Bank Matters To Australia appeared first on The Daily Reckoning Australia .
- Outlook IndiaJun 30 11:32 PM
India and China suffer over USD 1.
- AFP via Yahoo! NewsJun 12 08:47 PM
The hacking of millions of US government employees is likely part of an effort by Chinese intelligence for long-term profiling -- and possibly more nefarious things. Security analysts say considerable evidence points to China, and that the cyber-intrusion shows the long and patient efforts in Beijing to collect and compile data which may be useful in the future. "It's normal for big intelligence...
- The Economic TimesJun 30 12:38 AM
China was spurred to create the AIIB after "unfair treatment" by Washington-led institutions, the Global Times said in an editorial.
- The Atlantic via Yahoo! NewsJun 22 02:22 PM
China and the United States are a bit like squabbling family members: Whatever their differences, they still find a way to get together. On Tuesday, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Secretary of the Treasury Jacob Lew will carry on this tradition, meeting with their Chinese counterparts Wang Yang and Yang Jiechi in the seventh Strategic and Economic Dialogue in Washington, D.C. The two-day...
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsJun 25 12:05 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) — After lauding U.S. ties with China this week, the State Department shed light Thursday on an issue that got little public attention during the high-level talks in Washington: human rights.
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