Monthly Archives: June 2016

Escaping the meltdown

China’s iron and steel industry has reached a crossroads after having enjoyed solid export growth and a boom in domestic housing for more than two decades.

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Cannes festival offers a glimpse of Macao’s new landmark

The Parisian Macao, which has been dubbed “a crowning jewel” of Sheldon G. Adelson’s vision of building a strip of resorts in Macao, came into the spotlight at the international advertising festival, Cannes Lions 2016, in France.

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Dialogue success paves way for G20 summit

The China-U.S. annual dialogue, with a number of agreements reached, has laid the basis for the meeting between the two presidents during the G20 summit in September.

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The tribunal’s award in the ‘South China Sea arbitration’ initiated by the Philippines is null and void

On June 10, the Chinese Society of International Law (CSIL) released a paper entitled The Tribunal’s Award in the “South China Sea Arbitration” Initiated by the Philippines Is Null and Void.

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Baosteel braces for U.S. legal battle

Baosteel Group, which owns Baoshan Iron and Steel Co. Ltd. has said it will defend its legal rights in accordance with international regulations and laws in the case relating to United States Steel Corp.’s complaint against Baosteel.

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A defining moment for China-U.S. ties

The China-U.S. relationship today is probably at another defining moment. How we direct it now will have far-reaching consequences. Both countries have a big stake in the choices we are going to make. Whether or not we will be able to make the right choices depends on a few key factors.

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