There are echoes of past US presidents as the Chinese government shuts down debate of its current economic problems. Mark Godfrey reports from China. You wouldn't have thought there's any financial crisis brewing if you watch the Xinwen Lianbao, ... Business & Finance, 1 month ago
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Accomplished author, essayist and translator, Yang Jiang, a cultural icon known for her prolific output, as well as her unadorned, elegant prose, died today at age 104, state media said. Yang was also noted for her marriage to an equally famous ...Hong Kong Standard, 1 month ago
What happens Monday? The International Consortium of Investigative (ICIJ) will release to the public a searchable database of documents that reveal the details of more than 200,000 offshore entities and the people in more than 200 countries and ...MauritaniaVox.com, 1 month ago
HONG KONG— More relatives of current and former Chinese political leaders have been found to be Hong Kong residents, according to the latest batch of leaked Panama Papers. According to Ming Pao, a Hong Kong newspaper, among the "Hong Kong ...VOA News, 1 month ago
Beijing, May 4 (EFE).- A niece of former Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping, the architect of economic modernizations that transformed the Asian giant, appears in the so-called Panama Papers, reported the Hong Kong daily South China Morning Post, or SCMP, ...4 Traders, 1 month ago China's Deng Xiaoping's Niece Named in Panama Papers Latin American Herald Tribune, 1 month ago
Una sobrina del exlíder chino Deng Xiaoping, el arquitecto de las reformas que abrieron el gigante asiático a la economía de mercado, aparece en los llamados papeles de Panamá, informó hoy el diario hongkonés "South China Morning Post" (SCMP).EFE, 1 month ago
Nearly a third of the business of the law firm at the centre of the Panama Papers scandal came from its offices in Hong Kong and China, reports said today, with the Asian giant assailed by corruption and capital flight. More than 16,300 of Panamanian law firm ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
Chinese President Xi Jinping (Photo: AP) The families of some of China’s top Communist brass — including President Xi Jinping — used offshore tax havens to conceal their fortunes, a treasure trove of leaked documents has revealed. At least eight current ...Asian Age, 2 months ago
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