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    China, the world’s biggest car market, plans to ban the production and sale of diesel and petrol cars and vans.

    The country’s vice minister of industry said it had started “relevant research” but that it had not yet decided when the ban would come into force.

    “Those measures will certainly bring profound changes for our car industry’s development,” Xin Guobin told Xinhua, China’s official news agency

    China made 28 million cars last year, almost a third of the global total.

    Both the UK and France have already announced plans to ban new diesel and petrol vehicles by 2040, as part of efforts to reduce pollution and carbon emissions.

    Chinese-owned carmaker Volvo said in July that all its new car models would have an electric motor from 2019.

    Geely, Volvo’s Chinese owner, aims to sell one million electric cars by 2025.

    Other global car firms including Renault-Nissan, Ford and General Motors are all working to develop electric cars in China.

    Automakers are jostling for a slice of the growing Chinese market ahead of the introduction of new rules designed to fight pollution.

    China wants electric battery cars and plug-in hybrids to account for at least one-fifth of its vehicle sales by 2025.

    The proposals would require 8% of automakers’ sales to be battery electric or plug-in hybrids by next year, rising to 12% in 2020.

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    China, the world’s biggest car market, plans to ban the production and sale of diesel and petrol cars and vans.

    The country’s vice minister of industry said it had started “relevant research” but that it had not yet decided when the ban would come into force.

    “Those measures will certainly bring profound changes for our car industry’s development,” Xin Guobin told Xinhua, China’s official news agency

    China made 28 million cars last year, almost a third of the global total.

    Both the UK and France have already announced plans to ban new diesel and petrol vehicles by 2040, as part of efforts to reduce pollution and carbon emissions.

    Chinese-owned carmaker Volvo said in July that all its new car models would have an electric motor from 2019.

    Geely, Volvo’s Chinese owner, aims to sell one million electric cars by 2025.

    Other global car firms including Renault-Nissan, Ford and General Motors are all working to develop electric cars in China.

    Automakers are jostling for a slice of the growing Chinese market ahead of the introduction of new rules designed to fight pollution.

    China wants electric battery cars and plug-in hybrids to account for at least one-fifth of its vehicle sales by 2025.

    The proposals would require 8% of automakers’ sales to be battery electric or plug-in hybrids by next year, rising to 12% in 2020.

    Xin predicted the change would create “turbulent times” in the industry.

    The shift will also have a knock-on effect on oil demand in China. The country is currently the world’s second-largest oil consumer after the US.





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    SHANGHAI — China has largely blocked the WhatsApp messaging app, the latest move by Beijing to step up surveillance ahead of a big Communist Party gathering next month.

    The disabling in mainland China of the Facebook-owned app is a setback for the social media giant, whose chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, has been pushing to re-enter the Chinese market, and has been studying the Chinese language intensively. WhatsApp was the last of Facebook products to still be available in mainland China; the company’s main social media service has been blocked in China since 2009, and its Instagram image-sharing app is also unavailable.

    In mid-July, Chinese censors began blocking video chats and the sending of photographs and other files using WhatsApp, and they stopped many voice chats, as well. But most text messages on the app continued to go through normally. The restrictions on video, audio chats and file sharing were at least temporarily lifted after a few weeks.

    WhatsApp now appears to have been broadly disrupted in China, even for text messages, Nadim Kobeissi, an applied cryptographer at Symbolic Software, a Paris-based research start-up, said on Monday. The blocking of WhatsApp text messages suggests that China’s censors may have developed specialized software to interfere with such messages, which rely on an encryption technology that is used by few services other than WhatsApp, he said.

    “This is not the typical technical method in which the Chinese government censors something,” Mr. Kobeissi said. He added that his company’s automated monitors had begun detecting disruptions of WhatsApp in China on Wednesday, and that by Monday the blocking efforts were comprehensive.

    Facebook declined to comment, following past practice when asked about WhatsApp’s difficulties in China.

    Lokman Tsui, an internet communications specialist at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, said that WhatsApp seemed to have been severely disrupted starting on Sunday. But he said that some WhatsApp users might still be able to use the service.

    The Chinese authorities have a history of mostly, but not entirely, blocking internet services, as well as slowing them down so much that they become useless. The censorship has prompted many in China to switch to communications methods that function smoothly and quickly but that are easily monitored by the Chinese authorities, like the WeChat app of the Chinese internet company Tencent, which is based in Shenzhen.

    “If you’re only allowed to drive one mile per hour, you’re not going to drive on that road, even if it’s not technically blocked,” Mr. Tsui said.

    The disruption of WhatsApp comes as Beijing prepares for the Communist Party’s congress, which starts Oct. 18. Held once every five years, the congress chooses the party’s leadership, which in turn runs the country. Next month’s meeting is expected to reconfirm President Xi Jinping’s nearly absolute grip on power, but considerable uncertainty remains over who will join him on the Standing Committee of the Politburo, the party’s highest-ranking group.

    Over the past several years, China has not only stepped up censorship but also closed numerous churches and jailed large numbers of human rights activists, lawyers and advocates for ethnic minorities.

    The shutdown of WhatsApp prompted considerable dismay on Chinese social media.

    “Losing contact with my clients, forced back to the age of telephone and email for work now,” one user complained on Weibo, a Twitter-like microblogging site.

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    “Even WhatsApp is blocked now? I’m going to be out of business soon,” another Chinese social media user said on Weibo.

    In China, even the use of email is fading as residents embrace the convenience of WeChat. The messaging service, which has 963 million active users, bears some similarities to WhatsApp but has a wider array of features and one crucial difference: close ties to the government. This month, WeChat sent a notice to users reminding them that it complied with official requests for information.

    When China joined the World Trade Organization in 2001, it agreed to open online data services and other enhanced telecommunications services to international competition. But it obtained the assent of other W.T.O. members to retain restrictions on the media. Technology multinationals, heavily dependent on the Chinese market, have been reluctant to accuse Beijing of falling short of its W.T.O. commitments.

    The Office of the United States Trade Representative has opened a formal investigation into whether China is violating the intellectual property of American companies, but it has released few details. The trade office has not said whether the inquiry will include the blocking of products that rely on American intellectual property, or whether it will focus more narrowly on cases in which China has allegedly purloined or otherwise copied it.

    WhatsApp has a strong reputation among cryptographers for security, which may have been what drew the attention of Chinese censors. The app provides so-called end-to-end encryption, which effectively means that even Facebook does not know what is being said in the text, voice and video conversations passing through its servers.

    WhatsApp’s video, file sharing and other advanced features rely partly on broadly used internet data transfer protocols, and were disrupted over the summer. But its text messaging function relies on a different, heavily encrypted method for moving data that has seldom been used by companies.

    The latest disruption of the WhatsApp messaging system suggests that China’s censorship apparatus may have figured out how to target the more uncommon and heavily encrypted data transport protocol as well, Mr. Kobeissi said.

    Other services provided by American technology companies are available in mainland China. The country tolerates Microsoft’s Skype service for phone calls, which does not provide end-to-end encryption and as a result is easier for governments to monitor. Beijing also allows Apple’s FaceTime service, which has end-to-end encryption but does not have a WhatsApp-like feature allowing users to exchange secret codes — letting WhatsApp users combat what are known as “man in the middle” attacks.

    By blocking the heavily encrypted WhatsApp service while making less secure applications like WeChat available to the public, the Chinese government has herded its internet users toward methods of communication that it can reliably monitor.

    Residents of mainland China can still use services like WhatsApp if they first connect to virtual private networks that provide them with communications channels to servers outside the Chinese mainland. But the government has also been cracking down on virtual private networks in recent months — and even when those networks appear to be working, they sometimes do not allow access to services that the government is particularly targeting.

    Carolyn Zhang contributed research.

    A version of this article appears in print on September 26, 2017, on Page B3 of the New York edition with the headline: China Blocks WhatsApp, Tightening Its Online Grip. Order Reprints | Today’s Paper | Subscribe

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    You often hear Western executives emphasising the importance of having a resourceful and cooperative Chinese partner. In order to avoid the pitfalls, you need to get best advice. Designed to help you find the most suitable partner in China, be it distributor, agent or supplier, our partner selection programme follows a systematic approach.

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    To succeed in entering China with your business will depend on how well prepared you are. Understanding the market landscape, the competition and the regulations is vital to achieving success. At China Business Solutions, with our proven record of excellence, we can provide you with the essential knowledge about all the key elements and more, supporting your market research and market entry strategy.

    We have a client base of UK/international companies doing or seeking to do business with China, and Chinese companies engaged in opportunities in the UK. Both parties need people for a range of tasks who understand not only their technology and business, but also the Chinese and European markets, language and culture.

    As China is well and truly open for business we are here to help you with your communication needs. Our Executive training and workshops are specifically designed to be help you engage quickly and efficiently with your Chinese partner and our Practical Support is designed to underpin your day-to-day operations in China and avoid pitfalls that can beset the unwary caused by cultural or language differences.

    China Knowledge & Insight .

    We provide regular important publication here to our clients to help them understand more of the business environment and markets. Each publication listed is relevant to an aspect of doing business in China.

    China Business Solutions is UK s leading independent specialist advisory firm on the Chinese market. As a result we are regularly invited to speak, present and chair a variety of events, conferences and workshop relating to China. Click here to access and download any of our presentations.

    We have a wide range of information to help you understand how to successfully work with Chinese businesses. The source of our information comes from our direct experience in helping companies and our wide knowledge of commerce and regulations in China.

    China Business Solutions is the UK s leading independent specialist advisory firm on doing business in China.

    With over a decade of successfully helping Western organisations achieve their goals for China to build a profitable relationship with Chinese businesses, we now also support Chinese business coming to the West. We offer a range of high value services reflecting the growing requirements of both Western companies engaging with China and for Chinese companies seeking entry and support into the West.

    We provide our clients with the strategic tools that help them achieve their business goals in China. Our support to you echoes the growing demands in Business Opportunities with Investments from China, to our continued Advisory Support services. and the all important Knowledge Insight about China, where hands on practical support will help you succeed there.

    Following the high level visit to China at the end of last year from the Prime Minister to the Chancellor of the Exchequer and the Mayor of London, Ting Zhang, founder of China Business Solutions, recently talked to BBC Global Business News on the changing landscape of Chinese outbound investment. Click here to explore the current China business opportunities.

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    US-China Business Council State Export Report 2016

    USCBC s State Export Report details a breakdown of each state s exports to China. For the first time, this year s report includes both goods and services export data. The national export totals include the export data for each state and for Washington, DC.





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    China has emerged as a genuine world player in global M A markets in the past five years. However, despite the general improvement in the economic and political environment, conducting M A deals with the Chinese still poses a number of challenges, even for those experienced executives in overseas acquisitions.

    Chinese companies are looking to invest outside of China. This is as part of their internationalisation strategy. The opportunities to gain access to China through having a Chinese investor or partner is an ideal approach to get your innovative and quality products into Chinese market.

    You often hear Western executives emphasising the importance of having a resourceful and cooperative Chinese partner. In order to avoid the pitfalls, you need to get best advice. Designed to help you find the most suitable partner in China, be it distributor, agent or supplier, our partner selection programme follows a systematic approach.

    China Advisory & Support .

    To succeed in entering China with your business will depend on how well prepared you are. Understanding the market landscape, the competition and the regulations is vital to achieving success. At China Business Solutions, with our proven record of excellence, we can provide you with the essential knowledge about all the key elements and more, supporting your market research and market entry strategy.

    We have a client base of UK/international companies doing or seeking to do business with China, and Chinese companies engaged in opportunities in the UK. Both parties need people for a range of tasks who understand not only their technology and business, but also the Chinese and European markets, language and culture.

    As China is well and truly open for business we are here to help you with your communication needs. Our Executive training and workshops are specifically designed to be help you engage quickly and efficiently with your Chinese partner and our Practical Support is designed to underpin your day-to-day operations in China and avoid pitfalls that can beset the unwary caused by cultural or language differences.

    China Knowledge & Insight .

    We provide regular important publication here to our clients to help them understand more of the business environment and markets. Each publication listed is relevant to an aspect of doing business in China.

    China Business Solutions is UK s leading independent specialist advisory firm on the Chinese market. As a result we are regularly invited to speak, present and chair a variety of events, conferences and workshop relating to China. Click here to access and download any of our presentations.

    We have a wide range of information to help you understand how to successfully work with Chinese businesses. The source of our information comes from our direct experience in helping companies and our wide knowledge of commerce and regulations in China.

    China Business Solutions is the UK s leading independent specialist advisory firm on doing business in China.

    With over a decade of successfully helping Western organisations achieve their goals for China to build a profitable relationship with Chinese businesses, we now also support Chinese business coming to the West. We offer a range of high value services reflecting the growing requirements of both Western companies engaging with China and for Chinese companies seeking entry and support into the West.

    We provide our clients with the strategic tools that help them achieve their business goals in China. Our support to you echoes the growing demands in Business Opportunities with Investments from China, to our continued Advisory Support services. and the all important Knowledge Insight about China, where hands on practical support will help you succeed there.

    Following the high level visit to China at the end of last year from the Prime Minister to the Chancellor of the Exchequer and the Mayor of London, Ting Zhang, founder of China Business Solutions, recently talked to BBC Global Business News on the changing landscape of Chinese outbound investment. Click here to explore the current China business opportunities.

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    UK expert: China will share its prosperity with the world19:53 China’s opening drive benefits all countries: Xi18:31
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    Xi’an launches China-Europe freight train service to Hamburg15:09 G20 Hangzhou summit reflects global recognition of China’s economic success: Russian economist15:08

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    The mega merger between the top two ride-hailing service providers in China may hit a roadblock as the country’s antitrust watchdog says it is investigating the case.

    European businessmen are considering buying stakes in more Chinese private companies and are calling for the necessary market-oriented reforms.

    Home buyers will be required to submit fewer documents when withdrawing housing provident funds to buy apartments in Beijing, according to a circular.

    The world was surprised by China’s double digit GDP growth since the opening-up in 1970s, but that economic path no longer fits the current situation in China, Wang Yiming, deputy director of the development research center of the State Council, said in an article published in the People’s Daily on Monday.

    China’s Belt and Road Initiative offers promising opportunities for Sany Group to expand its global market, said president of Sany, the largest machinery manufacturer by revenue in China.

    China’s major manufacturers of self-balancing scooters, also called hoverboards, formed a sector branch on Tuesday under the China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Machinery and Electronic Products, aiming to build group and international standards to reenter the US market.

    BYD Co Ltd, a major Chinese new energy vehicle manufacturer, posted a first-half profit increase of 384 percent to 2.26 billion yuan ($342 million) compared to the same period last year, mainly due to the increase in its new energy vehicle business.

    Baidu unveiled its latest plans in the burgeoning field of artificial intelligence, including “Baidu Brain”, which simulates the human brain with computer technology, and a partnership with Nvidia Corp to develop driver-less vehicles.