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China news round-up: Premier in India 'with sellers, not buyers', hackers resume attacks

PUBLISHED : Tuesday, 21 May, 2013, 6:47am
UPDATED : Thursday, 29 August, 2013, 4:13am

Li Keqiang in India
New York Times - India Ink
India and China sign deals on economic and cultural cooperation.
Wall Street Journal - China Real Time Report
Indians rank China a threat, a survey finds.
Beijing News*
India - Myanmar - China economic corridor proposed during visit.
Times of India
Li Keqiang "comes with sellers, not buyers".
Hindustan Times
India seeks market access to lower trade gap with China.

The Economist
Video: The Communist Party's latest attempts to rein in corruption.
Southern Metropolis Weekly*
on why officials kneel to protesters.
The Atlantic
Lesson from Kunming: China's new governing style is crisis management.
Los Angeles Times
Restraint is the "new red in China".

Civil society
Radio Free Asia
Police probe fresh clashes in Inner Mongolia.
Murong Xuecun's blog
writes an open letter to a nameless censor.
Southern Metropolis Daily*
Two men whose high-profile murder convictions have been overturned in Zhejiang will be compensated 1.1 million yuan each.
China's gender pay gap has widened dramatically over the past two decades.

Goldman Sachs is said to seek to sell its stake in ICBC.
Despite curbs, China's vast hot money triangle in Guangdong flourishes.
Danone has agreed to invest 325 million euros in two deals with Mengniu Dairy.
Ministry of Finance will issue almost a third more bonds on behalf of Chongqing, Jiangsu, Hainan and Xinjiang.

Foreign affairs
Agence-France Presse
US senators approve 5,000 visas for Tibetan refugees.
Asia Times
China's influence spreads to the Atlantic.
Le Monde
German industry representatives ask Brussles to avoid an economic confrontation with Beijing.
Eleven Myanmar
China has lobbied Myanmar’s opposition to push for the resumption of the construction of the country's largest dam.

New York Times
Hackers from China resume attacks on US targets.
Financial Times
Shane Todd met Huawei officials, inquest told.
Foreign Policy
How Myanmar's insurgent groups are using Sina Weibo to fight their war.

Kunming, Yunnan's provincial capital, gets a first subway line.
Southern Metropolis Daily*
Owner of captured Chinese fishing vessel says he won't pay ransom to North Korea.
slams Bloomberg for "snooping scandals".

* denotes articles in Chinese language