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Survey shows China's manufacturing eases in April

China's manufacturing sector eased in April, a survey showed Sunday, suggesting that the government's efforts to cool the economy may be having some effect. Full story

Chinese coal producer Shenhua says profit up

China Shenhua Energy Co., the country's biggest coal producer, said Saturday that its first-quarter profit jumped 16.6 percent over a year ago as China's rapid economic growth drove strong energy demand. Full story

China growth seen resilient, inflation stubborn

SHANGHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) - China's economy may grow by 9.6 percent in the second quarter of 2011, a government think tank said in a report on Wednesday, keeping pace with first quarter growth. Full story

China's industry plan could strengthen state firms

Entrepreneurs could face new challenges under a government plan to modernize Chinese industry that would expand the dominance of state companies in coal mining, steel and other fields. Full story

Cold open: April 25, 2011

   China's economy is growing so fast that the International Monetary Fund has now named the date when it will surpass the United States 2016. So which political party wants to be in charge when that happens?

Chinese director Feng tackles 1942 drought

China's most successful commercial director says his new film will be a drama set against a 1942 drought that killed three million Chinese. Full story

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  The Yuan Trade

The Chinese yuan is still a good bet, according to Ashraf Laidi, of CMC Markets. He said we should expect about three more rate hikes from China.