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Mitteilung von voanews.com: The world’s most profitable company became less valuable this week when California-based Apple Inc . Can Apple Still Innovate?. reported the first decline in iPhone sales in 13 years. Apple CEO Tim Cook blames the struggling Chinese economy for Apple’s weaker earnings, but analysts say other factors may be at play including the increasing saturation in the smartphone market and a shortage of new products. More than two billion people around the world own a smartphone – nearly one in five of them are weiterlesen …

Dazu meldet online.wsj.com weiter: Chinese banks’ precarious balance of provisioning just enough for bad loans while keeping profits flat won’t last much longer . China’s Banks Face Bad-Loan Pinch. weiterlesen …

Mitteilung von voanews.com: Former U S Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has denied signing any agreement with the Chinese government decades ago to pave the way for Beijing to occupy a disputed archipelago in the South China Sea Kissinger said this week at the Vietnam War Summit in Austin, Texas, that the Paracel Islands — a point of friction between Hanoi and Beijing — was not as important as other issues at that time “The American position with respect to the islands has been that we do not take a . Kissinger Dismisses Claims US Inaction Gave Up Paracels. weiterlesen …

Dazu sfgate.com: CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The Australian government has blocked a Chinese-led consortium from buying the nation’s largest private land holding, a collection of Outback cattle ranches, for 371 million Australian dollars ($284 million) . Australia blocks $284 million ranch sale to Chinese. weiterlesen …

rss.dw.de berichtet: Chinese human rights activist Harry Wu dies weiterlesen …

Meldung von rss.dw.de: Papua New Guinea announces Australian refugee center closure weiterlesen …

rss.dw.de meldet dazu: ‘They love our cars’ weiterlesen …

Artikel von rss.dw.de: Beijing auto show trains spotlight on China growth market weiterlesen …

Dazu schreibt rss.dw.de: Philippine presidential candidate gets round to apologizing for rape ‘joke’ weiterlesen …

Dazu meldet rss.dw.de: China allows death penalty for ‘extremely serious’ corruption cases weiterlesen …