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China Resists U.S. Efforts to Blacklist Ships Through U.N.

China has pushed back against a U.S. proposal that the United Nations Security Council blacklist 10 ships for violating international sanctions, including one that a South Korean official said it had seized.

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China Takes Another Green Step Forward

China is adopting a new green index in a bid to pressure local governments to reduce pollution and create more-sustainable economic development.

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The Island Where Chinese Mothers Deliver American Babies

For a certain class of Chinese parents, the island Saipan has become the latest hot spot for birth tourism, a place for women to give birth to babies who will automatically acquire U.S. citizenship.

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China Flies Military Aircraft Into Airspace Claimed by Seoul

South Korea said it scrambled warplanes after five Chinese military aircraft flew into airspace claimed by Seoul, in a sign of unresolved tensions days after the two countries held a summit in Beijing to reset troubled relations.

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As China Courts Neighbors, New Images Show More Building in Disputed Waters

China has built more infrastructure on artificial islands in the disputed South China Sea in the past year, including underground tunnels and radar installations, even as it has sought to repair relations with other claimants, according to an analysis of fresh satellite images.

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EU and Japan Join U.S. in Criticizing China at WTO Summit

The U.S., the European Union and Japan agreed on Tuesday to increase pressure on countries like China that subsidize domestic companies and require foreign firms to transfer technology to local counterparts.

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As Nafta Tensions Simmer, Canada Pursues Trade With Asia

Canada is pursuing expanded trade with China as part of a pivot to Asia that comes as significant differences cast a shadow over negotiations to overhaul the North American Free Trade Agreement.

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Homeward Bound: Beijing Boots Migrant Workers to Trim Its Population

Citywide closures of apartment complexes housing migrant workers, ostensibly part of a campaign to revamp the city into a sleeker capital with fewer workers, are leaving many migrants with no option but to return to their distant hometowns.

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