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An "anti-smog" war waged by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, along with promises of more market access and less red tape overall, has excited Singaporean waste management firm Wah & Hua.
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Investing.com - The yen rose against the dollar and the euro on Friday as safe haven demand was bolstered by fears over an economic slowdown in China and tensions over the crisis in Ukraine, ahead of a referendum in Crimea.
Around the globe, equity markets lost their appetite for risk this week. As well as the Crimean anschluss, economic difficulties in China added to the air of pessimism.
Panasonic's air pollution compensation There seems to be a silver lining in employees to work from home.
China announced on Saturday a modest easing of exchange rate controls that have been criticized by Washington and other trading partners, adding to a flurry of reform initiatives aimed at making its slowing economy more efficient.
Beijing has made clear that it wants to retain good relations with the new, pro-Western coalition government in Kiev.
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong wrote to his Malaysian counterpart Najib Razak and China's Premier Li Keqiang on Friday, March 14, 2014, to express solidarity and offer support, as the search for a missing Malaysian Airlines flight continued.
Earlier today, China's premier, Li Keqiang , warned that the country was likely to experience a number of defaults as a consequence of the government increasing financial deregulation.
Asian stocks followed Wall Street lower Friday on lingering concerns about weakness in the Chinese economy and tensions in Ukraine.
Stocks on major world markets slumped while bonds rallied on Thursday as tensions between Russia and the West increased over Ukraine and concerns about a Chinese economic slowdown rose.
Premier Li Keqiang yesterday promised continued support for Hong Kong amid "comprehensive deepening" of reforms on the mainland, but he evaded questions about the city's electoral reform and autonomy.
BACKING UP: Chinese premier Li Keqiang reacts during a press conference at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Thursday.
The Toronto stock market looked set to start the session little changed as disappointing industrial production data added to China growth concerns that have pressured markets all week.
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A number of reporters attending the annual press conference of Li Keqiang today were warned not to question the premier on the investigation into ex-security tsar Zhou Yongkang, or they would face being blacklisted from asking questions in the future.