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bloomberg.comLong-Time Chinese Boeing Client in Talks With AirbusA Chinese airline that’s been an exclusive operator of Boeing Co. jets for more than 30 years is in talks with Airbus SE on a potential plane purchase, amid growing trade tensions between Beijing and the U.S., according to people familiar with the matter.
apnews.comChina says ex-Internet czar on trial over corruption chargesBEIJING (AP) — China's former internet censor, who once held high-profile meetings with industry leaders such as Apple chief executive Tim Cook and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, was standing trial Friday on corruption allegations, state media reported. Lu Wei is accused of accepting 32 million yuan ($4.6 million) in bribes and has admitted to his crimes and expressed remorse, according to state broadcaster CCTV. It said his trial began Friday in the eastern city of Ningbo. China has 700 million people online, but it heavily censors content, especially that of a political nature, along with sites related to gambling, drugs and pornography.
apnews.comChina's economic growth slows amid trade battleBEIJING (AP) — China's economic growth slowed further in the latest quarter, adding to challenges for communist leaders who are fighting a mounting tariff battle with Washington. The government reported Friday the world's second-largest economy expanded by 6.5 percent over a year earlier in the three months ending in September, down from the previous quarter's 6.7 percent. Forecasters expected China's economy to cool after Beijing tightened credit controls to rein in a debt boom. But the slowdown has been deeper than expected, prompting Chinese leaders to reverse course and encouraging banks to lend.
bloomberg.comTrump to Withdraw U.S. From Postal Treaty, Squeezing ChinaPresident Donald Trump plans to withdraw the U.S. from a 192-nation treaty that gives Chinese companies discounted shipping rates for small packages sent to American consumers, another escalation of his economic confrontation of Beijing.
mudabure.comChina's 'sissy pants phenomenon': Beijing fears negative impact of 'sickly culture' on teenagersPHOTO: Zhang Yangzi says he spends around a third of his monthly wage on his appearance. (Supplied: Zhang Yangzi) Applying foundation, nose contouring and filling in eyebrows are standard practice for many women getting ready to head out. But for many men in China and in other parts of Asia, using cosmetics is part of their routine too. 'I basically wear makeup every time I go out, and buying clothes also makes me happy,' Zhang Yangzi, a 22-year-old teacher from Shanghai, told the ABC. He said he spends about a third of his monthly income on his appearance, mainly on clothing and1