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 China and Hong Kong stocks decline as US$200 billion tariffs loom to cloud growth outlook Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

China and Hong Kong stocks decline as US$200 billion tariffs loom to cloud growth outlook China and Hong Kong stocks both retreated on Thursday, as investors awaited the White House’s decision on whether to slap an additional US$200 billion of tariffs on imports from the Asian nation.To get more china market news, you can visit shine news official website.

The Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.5 per cent at the close and Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index shed 1 per cent. Trading was light as traders stayed on the sidelines, keeping a close watch on the latest development on the trade war between the world’s two largest economies. The daily trading volumes on the Shanghai bourse were about a fifth below the 30-day average and those in Hong Kong were 2.6 per cent lower, according to Bloomberg data.

Thursday was the last day for the American public to provide feedback on the US$200 billion tariffs the Trump administration has proposed on Chinese imports. Data seems to be adding pressure on Washington to follow through the proposal as the US’ trade deficit with China widened to a record US$36.8 billion in July and its overall gap with the rest of the world increased to US$50.1 billion, according to the latest data from the Commerce Department.

The US has already levied US$50 billion tariffs on Chinese goods, with China retaliating with similar measures. “Everyone in the market is waiting for the result and no one would make big money action before that comes,” said Wu Kan, a fund manager at Shanshan Finance in Shanghai. “When the window period has passed, and whether the tariffs take effect or not, a hanging sword will be removed from the market to give investors a respite.”

The day’s decline put the Shanghai Composite less than 1 per cent shy of a 31-month low that was seen in August, while the Hang Seng Index remained 1.7 per cent away from entering a bear market. The Shanghai Composite dropped 12.75 points to 2,691.59 on Thursday. The CSI 300 Index of larger companies slid 1.1 per cent and the ChiNext gauge of small-caps slipped 0.5 per cent. Consumer and technology companies led the pack of decliners. Jiangsu Yanghe Brewery Joint-Stock slumped 5 per cent to 109.20 yuan and dairy maker Inner Mongolia Yili Industrial Group retreated 4.3 per cent to 22.40 yuan.

Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology, China’s biggest maker of surveillance camera equipment, lost 3 per cent to 31.30 yuan. Natural gas suppliers and a drilling equipment maker rallied after the State Council issued guidelines to promote the development of the clean energy late Wednesday. The nation aims to boost the output of natural gas to more than 200 billion cubic metres by 2020. Guizhou Gas Group jumped by the 10 per cent daily limit to 20.01 yuan and China Oil HBP Science & Technology, an exploring equipment maker, also surged by that magnitude to 3.36 yuan.

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 China calls Nauru obstruction clumsy farce Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

China calls Nauru obstruction clumsy farce China said on Wednesday that Nauru's obstruction of a Chinese delegation to a meeting during the Pacific Islands Forum violated international norms and the rules of the forum, calling it a "clumsy farce".To get more china world news, you can visit shine news official website.

China was invited to attend the meeting on climate change on Tuesday in Nauru as a dialogue partner. Nauru, an island state in the Central Pacific region, is a so-called diplomatic ally of Taiwan, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told a daily news briefing. She noted that Nauru originally demanded that Chinese delegates enter using personal passports, but after protests and threats of a boycott by China and other participants, they were allowed in on diplomatic passports.

During the meeting, Nauru barred China's delegation from speaking, so China lodged a formal protest and walked out, Hua said. Many delegations from other countries also left, expressing dissatisfaction with Nauru, she added. Hua said the one-China principle reflects the universal consensus of the international community, and any attempt to create "two Chinas" or "one China, one Taiwan" is doomed to fail. "We urge Nauru to get a clear understanding, correct its mistake and refrain from taking any action that goes against the trend," she said.

China has always attached importance to developing relationships with countries in Pacific Islands and the forum, she said, adding that it will continue to strengthen exchanges and cooperation with those states on the basis of the one-China principle. It is unreasonable to say that China bullies small countries, Hua said, adding that the country stands for the equality of all, large or small. The Philippines moved the BRP Gregorio del Pilar from the South China Sea shoal in the Nansha Islands - known as Banyue Jiao - early on Tuesday morning, Hua said, adding that China found no environmental damage.

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 The best time to book your plane tickets is no longer on a Tuesday Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

The best time to book your plane tickets is no longer on a Tuesday Itching for a vacation? This might just be the best time ever to take one. In partnership with Airlines Reporting Corporation (ARC), Expedia, Inc. recently released a worldwide study of air travel trends, and (spoiler alert) things are looking good for your wallet.Cheap Flights from Ningbo to Nagoya One particularly useful piece of their data was the cheapest day to purchase airlines tickets. You might have heard Tuesday was the official ticket-buying day, but not anymore. Since more business travelers are booking their flights during the week, the best day to buy those tickets to Miami is now Sunday.

To save even more money, try to book on a Sunday that's more than 21 days in advance of your trip, the report also suggests. (We'll wait for you to mark your calendars accordingly.) In general, thanks to falling ticket prices and a higher capacity of planes and airline companies, that dream vacation is no longer out of your reach.

"For today's traveler, this confluence of circumstances — more planes, lower prices, more destinations — is exceptional," Greg Schulze, Senior Vice President of Commercial Strategy and Services at Expedia, Inc. But, wait, there's more good news! The report also noted that average ticket prices are dropping all over the world. (Helloo, Spain!) Plus, as Schulze touched on, there's more competition, which puts more money back in your wallet. How? More flights = more airlines = more chances of snagging the deal of your dreams.

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 Best times to purchase cheap airline tickets Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

Best times to purchase cheap airline tickets Everyone knows airline tickets can be expensive, so 7 On Your Side looked into what you have to do to save on your next trip.Cheap Flights from Shanghai to Sapporo Spring break is almost over, but summer vacation will soon be here and that means it's time to start looking at airline tickets.

Consumer Reports has partnered exclusively with 7 On Your Side to reveal the best times to buy your ticket in order to score the best deal. It's always difficult to know if you are buying your ticket at the cheapest point. A new study has some facts that can change the way you make your next trip. A recent study by online travel booking site CheapAir looked at more than 25 million airline fares over the last year to determine the best times to find get the cheapest airfare.

"The best time to buy your ticket, on average, in 2012 for domestic flights was 49 days in advance, 7 weeks," said CheapAir CEO Jeff Klees. "For international travel, it was 81 days and that's between 11 and 12 weeks," he added. The day of the week you choose to fly can save you a lot of money too. Tuesdays and Wednesdays are generally cheaper than other days of the week Friday and Sunday are the most expensive and in fact on average, if you fly on a Tuesday, you save $58 as opposed to flying on a Sunday.

Most people know that the most expensive times to buy a ticket is at the last minute, but Klees says the second worst thing you can do is buy your ticket too early. A flight opens for sale 330-335 days in advance. "The starting fares are a lot higher than what the lowest fare will eventually be," he said.

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 Airlines Fasten Seatbelts for Bumpy Ride Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

America's major airlines are getting ready for tougher times ahead, slashing jobs and cutting back operations. As the Christian Science Monitor reports, soaring fuel prices will inevitably lead to higher ticket prices, which will lead to less passengers—which,高雄到香港機票 in turn, will force airlines to hike fares again to cover flying costs. "The party's over, particularly for leisure travelers," one industry analyst said.

The record-breaking price of fuel is certain to hit the industry hard, but optimists think the cutbacks could be good news for the airlines over the long haul, as it shows an ability to adapt fast that has eluded the sector in the past. Smaller airlines, especially those who lease planes to the biggies, could be the worst hit by a turbulent economy.

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