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BEIJING -- China’s largest state-owned bank has closed the account of a North Korean bank accused of funding the North's weapons programs in an apparent sign of Beijing’s growing frustration with its ally. The Bank of China announced Tuesday...
Tags: Beijing (China), China, Weaponry, Kim Jong Un, North Korea
SACRAMENTO — You know things are going splendidly for a governor when he can arrange a weeklong jaunt through China and not have to pay a cent himself — or even dip into the public till. The fact that it's sort of a 75th birthday bash for...
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has decided to allow sea otters to roam freely down the Southern California coastline, abandoning its program to relocate the voracious shellfish eaters from waters reserved for fishermen. Federal officials...
China’s foreign trade situation will face “continuing severity” this year, according to Commerce Minister Chen Deming in a statement Monday. But, “if lucky,” imports and exports could still grow about 10%, according to a...
Tags: Politics, China, G20, Central Bank, Hu Jintao
Talk about raining on your own parade. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority coaxed Renzo Piano from Paris, Ban van Berkel from Amsterdam and a bunch of talented local architects from the far Westside and brought them together Wednesday afternoon...
Company TownU.S. lawmakers introduced new anti-piracy legislation Thursday that would give the U.S. International Trade Commission authority to crack down on foreign websites offering bootleg movies and other counterfeit goods....
24 Frames"The Flowers of War" director Zhang Yimou says China's rapidly growing film market will bring more foreign films into the country and, he hopes, more actors from the United States. Could Tom Hanks be one of them?...
Entering the campus of the largest animation production facility in China, visitors are greeted by life-size statues of Disney and Pixar characters: Belle dancing with the Beast, Mowgli and Baloo sitting on a tree trunk and Buzz and Woody in a classic...
Opinion L.A.Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) didn't make any friends in the entertainment industry when he put a hold on the PROTECT IP Act, a bill (S 968) that tries to make foreign websites disappear from the Internet if they are dedicated to piracy. But Wyden isn't just...
Money & CompanyChina warned the U.S. against trade protectionism hours after the Senate passed a proposed bill that would slap tariffs on Chinese goods over its perceived under-valued currency. In a written statement posted on its website, China's Foreign Ministry urged...
TechnologyThe U.S. International Trade Commission has reportedly sided with Apple Inc. over HTC Corp. in a preliminary decision on a patent infringement lawsuit....
Opinion L.A.It defies not just science but common sense for the Obama administration to be so aggressively anti-marijuana, especially for medical use....
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