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North Korea heralds 60th anniversary of war 'victory' with massive parade

PYONGYANG (Reuters) - North Korea celebrated the 60th anniversary of the Korean War truce on Saturday with a massive military parade trumpeting the revolutionary genius of three generations of leaders that gave it "Victory in the Great Fatherland Liberation War". Full story

China's premier holds the line on reforming economy

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Premier Li Keqiang urged caution about rushing to change economic policy to try to revive the country's sputtering growth, but he also signaled Beijing was prepared to take action if the economy slips too far. Full story

Scalpel in hand, Chinese Premier Li stirs reform hopes

BEIJING (Reuters) - Investors getting stung by China's worst financial market rout in years should find solace in the fact that the government, in particular Premier Li Keqiang, is willing to play hardball to force through much-needed policy change. Full story

Chinese man gets 12 years in U.S. prison for selling $100 million in stolen software

(Reuters) - A U.S. federal judge on Tuesday sentenced a Chinese businessman to 12 years in prison for selling stolen software used in defense, space technology and engineering with a retail value of more than $100 million, prosecutors said. Full story

China likely to tolerate 7 percent growth before hitting stimulus button

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's new leaders have adopted a greater tolerance for a slowdown in the economy than their predecessors and are likely to allow quarterly growth to slip as far as 7 percent before triggering fresh stimulus to lift activity, sources say. Full story

Premier Li says solar trade dispute touches China's major interests: report

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's premier told a top European Union official that trade dispute over Chinese solar panel exports touches China's "major economic interests" and could influence broader Chinese-EU relations if not properly resolved. Full story

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A shopper walks into one of the biggest Parknshop Superstores, owned by tycoon Li Ka-shing, inside a shopping mall in Hong Kong July 25, 2013. Japan's Aeon Co Ltd and state-owned China Resources Enterprise Ltd are among the suitors considering bids for the Hong Kong supermarket business being sold b

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