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Tennis: No. 1 spot tough to reach, says Murray

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US Open champion Andy Murray admitted on Tuesday that winning his first Grand Slam had been a huge relief but said reaching the world number one ranking would be tough in an era of such intense compet

Typhoon causes widespread damage in China


A typhoon slammed into eastern China on Wednesday, the country's third in a week, killing at least three people and causing more than $1.5 billion in damage, state media said.

Typhoon Haikui made lan

Challenge brought Drogba to China

It is not money but the big challenge in an unfamiliar land that lured Didier Drogba to China, the Ivory Coast striker said on Saturday.

GM says China sales at record high in first half


US auto giant General Motors said Thursday its China sales for the first half of 2012 reached a record 1.42 million vehicles, despite an economic slowdown in the world's biggest car market.

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Huawei to invest $2 billion in India; set up global R&D centre


Despite uncertainties in the telecom sector, Chinese equipment maker Huawei will invest USD 2 billion over the next four years in India as it looks to aggressively market consumer devices and set up g

Chelsea hero Drogba seals China move


Chelsea and Ivory Coast idol Didier Drogba on Wednesday sealed a two-and-a-half-year deal with Shanghai Shenhua, becoming the biggest recruit so far to China's ambitious Super League.

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China sees red as Ferrari damages ancient wall


Chinese citizens are up in arms after a Ferrari sports car left tyre tracks atop Nanjing's ancient city wall, possibly permanently damaging the protected landmark.

China's outspoken netizens heaped c

China firm seeks settlement in iPad row: Lawyer


A Chinese computer company which sued Apple over the rights to the iPad trademark in China is now in talks for an out-of-court settlement, a lawyer for the firm said on Monday.

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Chinese investors scramble for a bite of Apple


China's rigid capital rules ban its citizens from investing directly in Apple Inc but that's not keeping them from seeking a piece of the iPhone maker's success by buying shares in its suppliers - and

Ford says to build new, multi-million plant in China


US auto giant Ford said on Thursday it would build a $760-million plant in China's eastern city of Hangzhou, as foreign companies ramp up output in the world's biggest car market.

Ford and its Chines

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