By Adam Minter Today the air pollution was so thick in Harbin, in northern China, that visibility was reduced to fewer than 33 feet in some parts of the city. In response to the conditions — which […]
BY: KENNETH SCHORTGEN JR On Sept. 11, Pastor Lindsey Williams, former minister to the global oil companies during the building of the Alaskan pipeline, announced the most significant event to affect the U.S.dollar since […]
By: Anthony Gucciardi Instead of putting genetically modified foods through proper trials as consumers have been demanding for years, it appears the United States Department of Agriculture in alliance with the […]
Thought the global financial crisis in 2008 was caused by subprime bonds, collateralized debt obligations (CDOs) and other Wall Street engineering? Think again.
The Pentagon intends to convince Tokyo to allow the installment of a second early-warning radar system, known as X-Band, in southern Japan, Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.
When China started tightening policy to fight inflation, almost no one thought that it would slow the economy to what China is in right now.
By Samuel Shen and Stephen Jewkes SHANGHAI/MILAN – A major lender to China’s Suntech Power Holdings, a solar panel maker which has been stung by a $690 million fraud linked to its […]
China hit back on Saturday at criticism of its stance over the crisis in Syria following a vote at the United Nations which overwhelmingly condemned the Syrian government, repeating Beijing’s position […]
By Steven C. Johnson and Jonathan Cable U.S. and euro zone manufacturing struggled again in July while factory activity in Chinahit an eight-month low, surveys showed on Wednesday, as economies worldwide appeared to […]
Today Stephen Leeb told King World News, “… there is a controlled desperation in China when it comes to acquiring gold.” Leeb, who is Chairman of Leeb Capital Management, […]
by Louis James, Casey Research: I’m in Shanghai as I type, and the “China Miracle” is in full bloom. Few variables are more important in the world of metals and mining […]
By Geoff Hiscock China and India need to reach agreement on how they will manage water from one of the world’s great rivers — the Yarlung-Zangbo-Brahmaputra — before it becomes another […]