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Bloomberg: Chinese investment sustains US cities

[2015-04-22 09:40]

Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg said on Tuesday that Chinese real estate investments in the city should be viewed positively because they "help create and sustain" cities like the Big Apple.

Paulson flays US attitude toward AIIB membership

[2015-04-18 08:12]

The United States should be a part of the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and the attitude shown by the Obama administration in this regard till date has been regrettable, said Hank Paulson, the former Treasury secretary.

Hainan Air links to San Jose

[2015-04-17 12:03]

Hainan Airlines, China's largest privately owned airline, celebrated its new air route linking Beijing and San Jose, in California, on Wednesday with representatives of the City of San Jose and the Mineta San Jose International Airport.

Renminbi hub topic of summit

[2015-04-16 11:17]

Private and public sector leaders from across Canada and Asia will meet at the Pacific Finance Summit to create a blueprint for Canada to capitalize on its new status as clearing hub for China's currency.

China's experience benefits cross-border growth

[2015-04-16 10:41]

China's past experimental approach to infrastructure growth applied to the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) would help economic growth across borders, a German economist said at a think tank in Washington.

Seattle hosts delegation

[2015-04-16 09:23]

A Chinese trade delegation composed of more than 60 business leaders led by Guangdong provincial officials arrived in Seattle for the 2015 China-USA Economic and Trade Cooperation Conference on April 15.

Hank Paulson regrets US not joining AIIB

[2015-04-15 11:02]

Hank Paulson said that the US should join the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), and that he looks at the actions of the current administration with regret on the matter.

US Treasury declines to name China as currency manipulator

[2015-04-10 14:47]

The US Treasury Department said that China cannot be ruled as a currency manipulator, but highlighted the need for sustained progress toward a market-driven exchange rate.

Americans prefer China to Japan on economic ties: Poll

[2015-04-08 11:43]

Americans prefer economic ties with China rather than Japan, according to a poll from the Pew Research Center.

Johnny Rockets to open restaurants in China

[2015-04-08 09:49]

US retro-themed burger chain Johnny Rockets is making its first foray into China, planning 100 restaurants with the first ones scheduled to open in 2016.