The Guardian’s Caroline Davies reports an apparent battle by Chinese consular officials in...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 26, 2014
While few negative repercussions are anticipated from last week’s meeting between Barack...
by Josh Rudolph | Nov 19, 2013
Spain’s National Court has ordered the arrest of five former high-level Chinese officials,...
by Scott Greene | Oct 16, 2012
Economic data released over the weekend indicated that China’s economy may have begun to stabilize in September, as both the trade surplus and money supply grew more than estimated and inflation fell to its slowest pace in...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 4, 2011
China, which already owns 10% of Spain’s debt, is playing a key role in the country’s economic recovery as Vice Premier Li Keqiang pays a visit. From the Christian Science Monitor: Prime Minister José Luis Rodríguez...
by Liu Yong | Aug 5, 2008
From AFP: Spain’s top criminal court agreed Tuesday to hear a lawsuit from Tibetan rights groups that accuses Chinese leaders of genocide in connection with the unrest that erupted in the region in March. The suit was...
by Morgan Figuers | Jun 30, 2007
China will send two cuddly giant pandas to Spain as “goodwill emissaries” and for research. A seven-year-old male “Bing Xing” weighing
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