Jun 21, 2016

Chinese economic cyberespionage plummets in U.S.: experts

The Chinese government appears to be abiding by its September pledge to stop supporting the hacking of American trade secrets to help companies there compete, private U.S. security executives and government advisers said on Monday. FireEye Inc, the U.S. network security company best known ...

Jun 20, 2016

Japan, U.S., India to hold trilateral talks in Tokyo

Senior diplomats from Japan, the United States and India will meet Tuesday in Tokyo for trilateral talks, the Foreign Ministry said Monday. They are expected to discuss cooperation on maritime security amid China’s growing assertiveness in the South and East China seas, as well ...

Jun 20, 2016

China's Xi visits Poland to boost trade, business

China’s President Xi Jinping is in Poland for a visit that is expected to boost Chinese investment in the region and open the Chinese market to Polish food producers. China is seeking to develop large infrastructure and energy projects in Europe and Poland has ...

Jun 20, 2016

Jakarta defiant after firing on boats

Indonesia said it will continue to take “decisive” action against foreign ships operating illegally in waters under its jurisdiction after Beijing criticized its navy for shooting at Chinese fishing vessels. Indonesian Navy spokesman First Admiral Edi Sucipto on Monday confirmed an Indonesian warship fired ...

Jun 20, 2016

China cracks down foreign-inspired TV shows

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China is clamping down on imported television shows and remakes that use formats from abroad in a bid to “promote domestic originality,” the country’s top media regulator has said. The move, effective July 1, will mean that the airing of remakes of foreign reality ...