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by Tom McGregor    Fri, Oct 17, 2014, 01:50 AM

BEIJING:  Tom McGregor of the Dallas Blog would like to introduce to you, the newsletter, 'Top 10 Daily China Business News Alerts,' which gets issued out by email every weekday morning between 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m, Beijing, China time. You can register for free and without any obligations by simply emailing me at This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .

The newsletter will focus on China business news for readers, who are business people, China experts and students. It provides more in-depth business coverage of China and how that would impact the global economy. 

 

Here's an example of the 'Top 10 Daily China Business News Alerts' that was issued on the morning of Friday October 17, 2014: 

 

1. China to Punish Carmakers Who Fail to Meet Fuel Targets

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China said on Thursday it would punish carmakers by restricting their production and publicly naming them if they fail to meet fuel consumption requirements on passenger vehicles set for 2015.

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2. HK-Shanghai Stock Connect: a slow burner

Brokers say they are not expecting an explosion in volumes when the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect mutual market access programme launches in October but they want to make sure they have the infrastructure in place as China gradually opens up.

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3. Infinitus' New Base in China Established for Production

YINGKOU, China, Oct. 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On 16 October, Infinitus Yingkou Production Base (hereinafter referred to as "the Base"), the second production base of LKK Health Products Group (LKKHPG) in the Chinese mainland was put into production, which symbolized that the strategic layout of "one South Base and one North Base" in the Chinese mainland officially formed.

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4. China Superalloy Market and Industry Size 2014, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast Report 2017

A superalloy is an alloy that, generally with iron, nickel, and cobalt as its base alloying element, can resist corrosion and oxidation at a high temperature of some 600M1; and can work for a long period of time under a certain stress. It is mainly applied in many fields such as aerospace engines, industrial gas turbines and auto turbochargers. And the superalloy used in aerospace engines occupied approximately 50% of the total engine weight.

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5. Taiwanese noodle firm to pay US$100m over food scandal

TAIPEI: The owner of Taiwanese instant noodle brand Master Kong said on Thursday (Oct 16) it would pay out NT$3 billion (US$100 million) over the latest in a string of food safety scandals that have triggered public outrage.

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6. Chinese group only bidder for Mexico high-speed train

MEXICO CITY: A Chinese-led consortium was the only group to enter a bid for a high-speed train project connecting Mexico City and the central city of Queretaro, the transport ministry said Thursday. The China Railway Construction Corp. presented on Wednesday a US$4.3 billion plan to build the trains and 210-kilometre railway, the ministry said in a statement.

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7. Gas pains for China and Myanmar

Since the Sino-Myanmar natural gas pipeline commenced fuel deliveries in late July 2013, the 793-kilometer energy transportation route has operated well below its total capacity. The underutilization has resulted in an estimated annualized loss of 1.7 billion yuan (US$280 million) and raised pressing questions about the China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC)-led joint venture's future commercial viability.

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8. Pillar in US salt sector inks joint venture in China

Morton collaborating with State firm to expand product offerings. Morton Salt, the largest salt producer in the United States, announced on Wednesday it is expanding its product offerings and capabilities in China through a reinforced collaboration with China National Salt.

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9. Safety issues might delay China's nuclear plants

Industry experts say approval most likely for expansion of coastal projects. The expansion of nuclear energy in China is likely to involve new reactors at existing coastal facilities, but the timeline for approval and construction remains unclear even as energy officials push for more nuclear generation to meet electricity demands of a growing economy, experts said.

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10. Can China and Russia Squeeze Washington Out of Eurasia?

A specter haunts the fast-aging “New American Century”: the possibility of a future Beijing-Moscow-Berlin strategic trade and commercial alliance. Let’s call it the BMB. Its likelihood is being seriously discussed at the highest levels in Beijing and Moscow, and viewed with interest in Berlin, New Delhi, and Tehran. But don’t mention it inside Washington’s Beltway or at NATO headquarters in Brussels. There, the star of the show today and tomorrow is the new Osama bin Laden: Caliph Ibrahim, aka Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the elusive, self-appointed beheading prophet of a new mini-state and movement that has provided an acronym feast -- ISIS/ISIL/IS -- for hysterics in Washington and elsewhere.

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