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The maker of Choco Pies is facing a revolt in China from customers, partners, and hackers - Quartz

Over the past few months, Beijing has been pressuring Lotte Group, a major South Korean conglomerate, to not sign a land-swap deal with the military. The arrangement would give the company land near Seoul in exchange for a golf course, which would host ...and more »

South Korean Stocks Fall on Fears of Chinese Tourism Ban - Voice of America

South Korean companies Friday bore the brunt of Chinese anger over the deployment of a U.S. missile defense system outside Seoul, as shares tumbled after media reports of Beijing tour operators being ordered to stop selling trips to the country ...and more »

Special assignment for Chinese Premier ahead of the Two Sessions - Global Times

Ahead of the opening of the annual Two Sessions, the Global Times gave foreigners in Beijing the chance to ask Chinese Premier a question. Here's what they wanted to know. Posted in: BUSINESS,VIDEOS ?Share. We were unable to load Disqus. If you are a ...and more »

What Tensions? 'Friendship' on Display as North Korean Official Visits China - The Diplomat

Vice Foreign Minister Ri Kil-song is in Beijing, the first such high-level visit in nine months. By Shannon Tiezzi for The Diplomat. March 03, 2017. February was a rough month for China-North Korea ties. North Korea conducted a missile test, which ...and more »

Confidential UN Report Details North Korea's Front Companies in China - Foreign Policy (blog)

A maze of shadowy businesses allows Kim Jong-un to evade sanctions and experts say there's no way Beijing doesn't know. By Colum Lynch. | February 28, 2017, 4:38 PM. This undated picture released from North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency ...and more »

North and South Korea Give China a Double Headache - New York Times

BEIJING — The Chinese government is ratcheting up pressure on South Korea over its plans to deploy an American missile defense system, with the state-controlled news media urging the public to boycott South Korean retail products and threatening ...and more »

China's 'unofficial' sanctions rattle South Korea - CNNMoney

South Korean businesses were rattled Friday by signs that the deployment of a controversial U.S. missile system in the country could spark a travel boycott by China. The government in Seoul said it believed Chinese authorities had told travel agencies ...and more »

Foreign Minister Wang Yi Meets with Vice Foreign Minister Ri Kil Song of DPRK - MFA China

On March 1, 2017, Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with visiting Vice Foreign Minister Ri Kil Song of the Democratic People's Public of Korea (DPRK). Wang Yi expressed that China and the DPRK are linked by mountains and rivers. It is China's consistent ...and more »

China is trying to punish South Korea by keeping its tourists away - Quartz

Korean state media Yonhap reported yesterday (March 2) that China's national tourism administration has told travel agencies to stop selling group packages and offering free trips from Beijing to South Korea. Since July, relations between Beijing and ...and more »

Lotte's Chinese website hacked in protest of US missile defense system - Yonhap News

SEOUL, March 1 (Yonhap) -- South Korea's retail giant Lotte Group said Wednesday that it has suffered a disruption to its Chinese website in what could be a cyberattack by unidentified Chinese hackers in apparent retaliation against its cooperation ...and more »