ECB's Noyer Slams Credit Ratings
[2010-06-02]
European central bank policy maker Christian Noyer slashed credit rating firms on Tuesday over their role in European debt crisis.
HSBC: China May PMI Falls to 11-Mmonth Low of 52.7
[2010-06-01]
HSBC's China Purchasing Manager's Index (PMI) dropped in May to an 11-month low of 52.7 from 55.2 in April, as output and new orders slowed.
Israel Storms Aid Ships, Leaving Ten Dead
[2010-06-01]
At least 10 people have been killed after Israeli commandos have stormed a convoy of ships that were carrying aid to the Gaza Strip.
BP Oil Leak May Continue Until August: US Official
[2010-05-31]
U.S. official said the Gulf of Mexico oil leak could continue until August after BP's latest attempt, known as "top kill" failed.
Japan Coalition Split over Approval of Futenma Deal
[2010-05-31]
The Social Democratic Party dropped out of the three-party coalition in disgust over Mr. Hatoyama's failure to keep his promise to move an American marine base off Okinawa.
Ukraine Should Not Join NATO: President
[2010-05-28]
Ukrainian President said his country cannot join NATO because the majority of the population oppose it.
Strike Shuts Honda's Four Chinese Plants
[2010-05-28]
A strike at Honda Motor Co.'s transmission factory in southern China has forced the Japanese auto maker to shut all four of its Chinese joint-venture final-assembly plants.
Obama Presents New Security Strategy, Abandons Bush's Unilateralism
[2010-05-28]
President Barack Obama has set out a new national security strategy described as a clean break with the Bush doctrine of unilateralism.
Russia to Probe Sinking of Korea Warship
[2010-05-27]
Russia will send a team of experts to South Korea to study the results of an international probe into the sinking of Seoul's warship.
Europe Faces an Era of Government Spending Cuts
[2010-05-27]
Following in the footsteps of Greece, Spain, Germany, France, Italy, the UK and Demark have all announced plans to significantly reduce their public deficits.
Foxconn Hit by 10th Jumping Death
[2010-05-27]
Another employee of the Taiwan-based technology giant Foxconn fell to his death late on Wednesday at the company's plant in southern China
UN Climate Chief Urges "Clarity" for Future Negotiations
[2010-05-26]
UN Climate chief urged governments to develop "greater clarity" on the future of the Kyoto Protocol, and pleaded developed nations to put their promised 30-billion-dollar climate fund in place.
North Korea Freezes Relations with South Korea
[2010-05-26]
North Korea said on Tuesday it will sever all relations with the north and completely cut all dialogues or contacts until North Korean President Lee Myung-bak leaves office in early 2013.
Iran Threatens to Abandon Nuclear Deal
[2010-05-25]
Iran threatens to abandon an agreement to export some of its nuclear material if the UN imposed more sanctions on Iran.
Britain Outlines Spending Cut Plans
[2010-05-25]
Chancellor George Osborne outlined plans on Monday to cut 6.2 billion pounds from government spending to help reduce the budget deficit.
IMF Calls for Radical Reform in Spain
[2010-05-25]
IMF issued a blunt warning to Spain, saying the country needs a radical reform of its ailing economy.
South Korea Cuts off Trade with North, Seeking UN Action Against Pyongyang
[2010-05-24]
South Korea declared to sever trade with North Korea and deny North Korean merchant ships use of South Korean lanes and take Pyongyang to the UN Security Council.
China, S Korea, Japan Trade Ministers See Investment Pact in 2010
[2010-05-24]
China trade minister said the three nations are conducting a joint research by governments, businesses and academic circles, and investment negotiations are also moving forward.
China's Sinochem to Invest $3Bln in Brazilian Oil Field
[2010-05-24]
China's Sinochem Corporation agreed to buy a 40 percent stake in a greenfield Brazilian oil field for $3.07 billion in cash.
US Gary Locke Calls for Sino-US Cooperation on Clean Energy
[2010-05-21]
US Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke on Friday called for clean energy cooperation between the two countries during his speech at Beijing's Tsinghua University.
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