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China news round-up: China frees US executive ahead of talks, probes European wine exports

PUBLISHED : Thursday, 06 June, 2013, 7:01am
UPDATED : Thursday, 29 August, 2013, 4:13am
President Xi Jinping in Mexico ahead of US summit
Global Times
Mexico deals signed to balance trade.
Phoenix News*
Beijing Times*
Mexico, China sign deal on oil exports to China.
Beijing News*
Mexico, China establish "comprehensive, strategic partnership".
Wall Street Journal - China Real Time Report
Xi won respect by agreeing to a more informal, freewheeling format for the US-China summit.
New York Times
China allows return of US executive before Xi’s visit.
Los Angeles Times
At informal Obama-Xi summit, White House hopes for a connection.
Financial Times
China claims "mountains of data" on cyber attacks by US.
Infographic: the world's two largest economies compared.
El Universal
First Lady Peng Liyuan visited a children hospital, a telenovela production company in Mexico City.
EU-China solar panel row
Advantages from Chinese industrial policy and state subsidy account for only about 3-5 per cent of the total price competitiveness.
Financial Times
People's Daily*
Cartoon: The EU has lost much by imposing tariffs. 
Asahi Shimbun
"Small Tiananmen square incidents" are still occurring all over China, says Bao Tong.
Southern Metropolis Daily*
Lu Hao promoted to Heilongjiang governorship, Guo Shuqing becomes governor of Shandong province. 
Southern Metropolis Daily*
Guangzhou mayor says he has never had to work overnight, calls on officials to work harder.
Tea Leaf Nation
Why Chinese women are finding it hard to break through the glass ceiling.
Civil Society
Infographic: rural students are getting more and more marginalised at Chinese university
Beijing News*
Starting tomorrow, 9.12 million students will take the gaokao exam.
Even after earlier fire, Jilin poultry plant workers didn't query locked doors.
New York Times
Xiaomi has built an empire "by aping Apple".
The Economist
Info-graph: Purchasing Manager's Index in BRIC countries are moving towards contraction. 
The Guardian
Peterson Institute for International Economics
Asean countries to benefit from China’s transition of lower end manufacturing.
Southern Metropolis Daily*
China Grain Reserves Corp. is under investigation
Foreign affairs
Financial Times
Asia Times
The Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore last week "was a missed opportunity for China to explain its policies and reassure the region about Chinese intentions."
Premier Li Keqiang met a newly formed global "CEO advisory council" on Wednesday.
Global Times*
Editorial: Riots in Turkey happened because development had been too "soft".
*denotes articles in Chinese language



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