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Starbucks to Acquire Remaining Shares of East China Joint Venture and Operate All Starbucks Stores in Mainland China; Acquisition Advances Company’s Long-term China Growth Agenda

starbucks to acquire remaining shares of east china joint venture and operate all starbucks stores in mainland china; acquisition advances company’s long-term china growth agenda
*Business Wire India* · *Company announces agreements to acquire the remaining 50% of its East China JV and divest its 50% interest in its Taiwan JV; both transactions **undertaken** with long-term..
Business Wire India

Starbucks to buy remaining stake in East China JV for $1.3 bln

(Reuters) - Coffee chain Starbucks Corp said on Thursday it would buy the remaining 50 percent share of its East China business from its joint venture (JV) partners for about $1.3 billion, in its
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News video: China Defends Intercept Of U.S. Surveillance Plane

China Defends Intercept Of U.S. Surveillance Plane 00:38

The Chinese government has defended its interception of a U.S. Navy surveillance plane over the East China Sea over the weekend. The Chinese Defense Ministry said Tuesday that the actions of its two..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: Chinese Fighter Made 'Unsafe' Intercept of US Navy Plane

Chinese Fighter Made 'Unsafe' Intercept of US Navy Plane 00:41

On Sunday, a Pentago spokesman told CNN that a Chinese J-10 fighter jet performed an "unsafe" intercept of a US Navy aircraft while it was flying in international airspace over the the East China Sea...
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: Chinese jets intercept U.S. surveillance plane: U.S. officials

Chinese jets intercept U.S. surveillance plane: U.S. officials 00:31

Two Chinese fighter jets intercepted a U.S. Navy surveillance plan over the East China Sea over the weekend, with one US Officials saying came within about 300 feet of the American aircraft. The..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: Dashcam footage: Young couple killed as falling rocks from truck bury car

Dashcam footage: Young couple killed as falling rocks from truck bury car 00:24

A young couple have been killed when their car was buried by falling rocks from a truck following a collision in Xiamen City, east China's Fujian Province. Horrifying footage shot from the car's..
Source: RT News Channel -

News video: Caught On Camera: Highway Crash Triggers Huge Explosion

Caught On Camera: Highway Crash Triggers Huge Explosion 00:25

No one was hurt in a violent explosion that went off when a van hit a parked semi-trailer on an expressway near Hangzhou of east China's Zhejiang Province early on Monday. (7/17/17)
Source: CBS 5 SF KPIX -

 

Four of six Japanese detained in China return to Japan

A maritime territorial dispute over small islands in the East China Sea has in recent years added to the suspicion between the two sides.  
Zee News

China asks US to stop unfriendly dangerous military activities

China on tuesday defended the action of its fighter jets flying close to a US naval plane in the East China Sea, saying American aircraft coming near China's border and carrying out reconnaissance has..
Zee News Also reported by •DNADeccan Herald

Beijing defends jets flying close to US plane, says national security was threatened

China defended the action of its fighter jets flying close to a US naval plane in the East China Sea, saying American aircraft coming near China's border and carrying out reconnaissance has threatened..
DNA

Chinese jets intercept U.S. surveillance plane - U.S. officials

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two Chinese fighter jets intercepted a U.S. Navy surveillance plane over the East China Sea at the weekend, with one jet coming within about 300 feet (91 meters) of the American..
Reuters India Also reported by •DNAZee News

China says its intercept of US surveillance plane was legal, necessary

China`s Defense Ministry said on Tuesday that its pilots actions were legal, necessary and professional after two Chinese fighter jets intercepted a US Navy surveillance plane over the East China Sea..
Zee News

Chinese fighter jet performed 'unsafe' intercept of US Navy plane: US officials

A Chinese fighter jet performed an "unsafe" intercept of a US plane while it was flying in international airspace over the East China Sea, according to a defence official.
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China resorting to 'coercive practices' to achieve goals: CIA

The remarks from Michael Collins, deputy assistant director at the Central Intelligence Agency's East Asian Mission Centre, came as the Pentagon said that a US Navy surveillance aircraft was..
IndiaTimes Also reported by •DNADeccan Herald

Chinese jets intercept US Navy plane over East China Sea

A US Navy surveillance aircraft was intercepted by two Chinese J-10 fighter jets in an "unsafe" manner over the East China Sea on Sunday, prompting evasive action by the former's pilot to avoid a..
DNA Also reported by •Deccan HeraldZee News

Two Chinese fighter jets buzz US Navy spy plane

two chinese fighter jets buzz us navy spy plane
A US Navy surveillance plane almost collided with two Chinese fighter jets (seen in file photograph) over the weekend after they attempted to buzz the aircraft as it flew over the East China Sea.
MailOnline India

Chinese fighter jets intercept American surveillance plane

Two Chinese fighter jets intercepted a US Navy surveillance plan over the East China Sea over the weekend, said two US officials. Initial reports showed one of the Chinese J-10 aircraft came close to..
IndiaTimes


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