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  • U.S. Needs to Help China Through its Rough Times: Advisor Wednesday, 27 Jun 2007 | 2:20 PM ET

    International concerns over China's food safety problems have increased, though one advisor said the U.S. must still look after its trading partner. "China is a natural ally of the United States. We should not make it otherwise," Robert Kuhn, senior advisor at Citigroup said on "Power Lunch."

  • China has closed 180 food factories after inspectors found industrial chemicals being used in products from candy to seafood, state media said Wednesday.

  • China Poised to Set Up $200 Billion Investment Fund Wednesday, 27 Jun 2007 | 3:43 AM ET

    China took a big step on Wednesday towards establishing a fund that will invest $200 billion of the country's $1.2 trillion in foreign exchange reserves in assets around the globe.

  • Macy's & Dell: Dude You're Getting A Pink Laptop Tuesday, 26 Jun 2007 | 4:51 PM ET
    Dell XPS M1330

    Color and personalization of the new XPS M1330 notebook are how Dell is choosing to highlight its design innovation and separate itself from competitors. The PC maker debuted its new line of notebooks Tuesday in an unusual way in an unlikely setting: a runway show in Macy's Herald Square. The launch is all part of Dell's efforts to regain marketshare lost to competitor H-P by rebranding with a more stylish edge.

  • BRICs Overtaking U.S. in Global Energy Industry: Study Tuesday, 26 Jun 2007 | 9:07 AM ET

    The main challengers to U.S. economic power -- Brazil, Russia, India and China -- have overtaken the United States in dominating the global energy industry, according to a new study by Goldman Sachs.

  • China COSCO Doubles in Shanghai Debut Tuesday, 26 Jun 2007 | 12:57 AM ET

    Shares in China COSCO Holdings more than doubled as they listed in Shanghai on Tuesday, after the shipping giant's $2 billion domestic IPO attracted a record 1.629 trillion yuan ($214 billion) in subscriptions.

  • In a special edition of "Power Lunch at the Four Seasons," Abby Joseph Cohen, the chief U.S. portfolio strategist at Goldman Sachs, offered her perspective on the markets, the S&P 500 and the global economy to CNBC's Bill Griffeth.

  • Sinopec Stock Plunges 7% on Chairman's Resignation Monday, 25 Jun 2007 | 3:25 AM ET

    China's top oil producer Sinopec's stock plunged as much as 7% in China after the company's Chairman Chen Tonghai abruptly resigned for personal reasons on Friday.

  • China Proposes Security Screens on Foreign Takeovers Monday, 25 Jun 2007 | 2:32 AM ET

    China is tightening controls on foreign takeovers of Chinese companies, adding a requirement for national security reviews to a proposed anti-monopoly law, news reports said Monday.

  • Senator Raises China Concerns on Blackstone Thursday, 21 Jun 2007 | 5:35 PM ET
    Sen. James Webb, D-Va., gestures during an address at the National Press Club in Washington, Thursday, March 22, 2007. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

    Senator Jim Webb asked federal authorities on Wednesday to look into "national security  implications" he said are posed by Chinese government involvement with Blackstone Group as it moves toward a stock offering expected to raise more than $4 billion.

  • PetroChina Plans $6 Billion Shanghai Share Sale Wednesday, 20 Jun 2007 | 8:11 PM ET

    PetroChina plans to tap a red-hot market to raise US$6 billion in a Shanghai listing, sending its Hong Kong shares up 8% to a record and leapfrogging Royal Dutch/Shell in value.

  • Paulson Says China Must Boost Economic Reform Wednesday, 20 Jun 2007 | 2:35 PM ET

    U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said on Wednesday that China is helping to power the strongest global growth in decades, but as a major economic participant, China must address the need for economic reforms.

  • Google to Provide Internet Content in China Wednesday, 20 Jun 2007 | 11:44 AM ET

    Google has won preliminary approval from Beijing to provide Internet content in China, the firm said on Wednesday, potentially allowing it to offer news in the world's second-largest Internet market.

  • The Shanghai initial public offering of China COSCO Holdings, the flagship of China's premier shipping group, attracted massive demand and was over 100 times subscribed, the company said on Wednesday.

  • Stephen Roach, Morgan Stanley’s new Asia chairman, shared insights on China and the global economy on “Closing Bell.” “The world economy is certainly a fairly resilient place, in being able to withstand even a tough blow in China,” Roach told CNBC’s Maria Bartiromo. While the East Asian country exhibits “great growth on the surface,” Roach explained, but it’s “unbalanced.”

  • Robert Hormats, vice president at Goldman Sachs International and author of The Price of Liberty told CNBC’s “Morning Call” that Vietnam must reform its economy to attract significant foreign investment.

  • The Manchurian Stock Picker Friday, 15 Jun 2007 | 11:31 AM ET

    Just like Don Corleone on the day of his daughter’s wedding, Cramer can’t refuse the wishes of his loyal patrons during the week of his 500th show. So the Home Gamers who have been screaming for Chinese stocks will finally get their way.Investing can be confusing. Luckily, Cramer has mapped out some road rules for all you Home Gamers trying to navigate the jungle that is Wall Street. Think of it as "Mad Money 101" –- some fundamental advice to keep in mind as you play the market. Whether you're a first time investor or a seasoned financier, it's always good to remember the basics.

  • China COSCO Prices Shanghai Offer at 7.60-8.48 Yuan Thursday, 14 Jun 2007 | 8:52 PM ET

    China COSCO Holdings, the flagship company of the country's premier shipping group, said on Friday it had priced its Shanghai A-share offer between 7.60 yuan and 8.48 yuan.

  • Dollar Rises Above 123 Yen to 4-1/2-Year High Thursday, 14 Jun 2007 | 2:24 PM ET

    The dollar rose to a fresh 4-1/2-year high against the yen for a second straight day ahead of a Bank of Japan policy meeting and a report on U.S. consumer inflation that could determine whether U.S. Treasury yields extend a six-week climb.

  • Most Chinese stocks fell on Thursday after Premier Wen Jiabao warned that authorities would tighten policy further to prevent the economy from overheating. But speculators continued pushing up many small-capital shares.