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Chinese Vineyards Could Threaten Panda Habitat
Vineyards are being developed in cooler regions due to climate change, affecting forests in China where wild giant pandas live.
May 8, 2013
Housing Market Slows in China’s First-Tier Cities
Following new cooling off policies by China’s State Council, the rapidly inflating real estate market in major cities ...
May 5, 2013
China Bubble Appears Close to Bursting
Market analysts believe China's economy has entered a debt crisis similar to the subprime mortgage risk that preceded ...
May 1, 2013
A ‘Debt-Fueled Bubble’ Called China
Market analysts and investors view the Chinese state through rose-colored glasses believing that it is a country that ...
April 18, 2013
Heide B. Malhotra
Money Printing Binge Endangers China’s Economy, Experts Say
Money printing by China's central bank is a cause of economic instability, experts say.
April 15, 2013
Chinese Export Data Appears to Have Been Pumped Up
Foreign analysts are questioning China’s latest trade figures, with some saying the new Communist Party leadership could be ...
April 15, 2013
China’s High Corporate Debt Signals Imminent Crisis
The debt owed by China’s corporations, in bonds and short-term loans, exceeds the GDP by over 50 percent, ...
April 12, 2013
Chinese Credit Union Fakes Debtors’ Deaths
A new investigative report reveals it is common practice among Chinese credit unions to write off loans to ...
April 9, 2013
Rare Earths Rouse Pentagon Fears
Washington right now is supposed to be all about slashing budgets and tightening belts — but the Department ...
April 8, 2013
China’s Banking Practices Threaten Economy, Harm Customers, Experts Say
China’s state owned banks’ risky credit practices endanger economic health, while their unprincipled business practices bring big profits, ...
April 5, 2013
Former PetroChina Chairman in Political Spotlight
The former chairman of PetroChina recently received a large amount of bad press, which may be a sign ...
April 5, 2013
Apple Apologizes After Chinese Propaganda Campaign
Apple has given in to political pressure from China, and promised to improve its customer service, after a ...
April 1, 2013
Chinese Local Government Debts Nearly Equal National Tax Revenue
Chinese local government debt is at a worryingly high level, according to economists.
China’s Debt Crisis Looms, Economists Say
A well-known economist in Hong Kong has said that China is quickly approaching an economic meltdown.
March 26, 2013
China Regime Accuses Coca-Cola of Spying With Handheld GPS
The use of satellite navigation equipment by coke delivery trucks, a common industry practice, in China has triggered ...
March 14, 2013
China Property Taxes Trigger Divorces
Some Chinese couples are resorting to divorce in an attempt to avoid tough new tax laws on housing.
March 12, 2013
Urbanization May Offer False Economic Hope for China
Investing over US$6 trillion over the next ten years to increase urbanization in China is being touted as ...
March 12, 2013
Printing Money Is Cause of Inflation in China
China’s broad money supply more than doubled in four years, reaching 97.42 trillion yuan (US$15.66 trillion) by the ...
Fake Foreign Investment Pushes Chinese Economy to Brink
Illicit capital outflows in the trillions, fake foreign investment and real estate speculation fueled by corruption and money ...
February 28, 2013
Censoring the Internet a Lucrative Industry in China
The censorship of posts on the Internet has become a booming industry in China.
February 24, 2013
China Rail Ministry Forced to Ramp Up Prices
Heavy debt pressure due to poor investment decisions by the Chinese Ministry of Railways is leading another rise ...
February 21, 2013
Chinese Real Estate Records Pulled from Public Scrutiny
A slew of cities in China have recently made it impossible for the public to conduct name-based property ...
February 19, 2013
The Cost of Doing Business in China
Eight years of teaching and doing business in China ended in disillusionment and lessons in deception and broken ...
February 8, 2013
Chinese Provinces Reduce Export Targets for 2013
Despite a noticeable rise in China’s export figures last December, the country’s export-oriented provinces currently appear to share ...
Japanese Companies to Close Factories in China
Violent anti-Japan riots in China have led to several Japanese companies deciding to shut down factories in China, ...
September 17, 2012
Latex Spill Turns Chinese River to ‘River of Milk’
Natural latex polluted more than a mile of a stretch of the Quxi River in China’s Wenzhou City, ...
July 10, 2012
Epoch Times Staff
Why China Hasn’t Dumped American Bonds
It would not be in China's best interests to sell its holdings in U.S. bonds.
February 22, 2010
American Medical Association Embraces Critical Race Theory, Rejects Meritocracy
Critics Say Dems’ Election Reforms Will Prompt Flood of Constitutional Challenges
State Department Sanctions Chinese Official for Persecuting Falun Gong
Israel Declares Curfew in Arab-Jewish Town Hit by Violence
Trump, Pompeo Criticize Biden Over Hamas’ Attacks on Israel
2 Men Charged With Spraying Chemicals on US Capitol Police to Remain Behind Bars
Pentagon Promises ‘Ironclad Support’ of Israel Amid Conflict With Palestinians
Biden Touts 1 Million People Signing Up for Health Coverage During Special Obamacare Enrollment Window
Epoch TV: Live Q&A: China's Leader Says Pandemic Is Chance to Dominate West; Epoch Times Reporter Attacked in HK
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120 Retired Generals, Military Officers Sign Letter Warning of Conflict Between Marxism and ‘Constitutional Freedom’