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Lavinia Mo

Chinese parents, trapped in one-child web, give babies away on Internet

Mar 30 2014

GANZHOU, China Lu Libing knew he had only one choice as the birth of his third child approached. He couldn't afford hefty fines that would be meted out by Chinese authorities, so he put the unborn child up for adoption.

Chinese parents, trapped in one-child web, give babies away on Internet

Mar 30 2014

GANZHOU, China Lu Libing knew he had only one choice as the birth of his third child approached. He couldn't afford hefty fines that would be meted out by Chinese authorities, so he put the unborn child up for adoption.

Chinese parents, trapped in one-child web, give babies away on Internet

Mar 30 2014

GANZHOU, China Lu Libing knew he had only one choice as the birth of his third child approached. He couldn't afford hefty fines that would be meted out by Chinese authorities, so he put the unborn child up for adoption.

Dying out? China's young shun family firms

Jul 31 2013

HONG KONG Dai Yintao, 21, is the only son of the millionaire owner of Chinese real estate, pharmaceutical and mining companies. He has no interest in taking over his father's business, opting instead to work on a building site in Guiyang in Guizhou province, arriving each day in a Porsche.

Dying out? China's young shun family firms

Jul 31 2013

HONG KONG Dai Yintao, 21, is the only son of the millionaire owner of Chinese real estate, pharmaceutical and mining companies. He has no interest in taking over his father's business, opting instead to work on a building site in Guiyang in Guizhou province, arriving each day in a Porsche.

Dying out? China's young shun family firms

Jul 31 2013

HONG KONG Dai Yintao, 21, is the only son of the millionaire owner of Chinese real estate, pharmaceutical and mining companies. He has no interest in taking over his father's business, opting instead to work on a building site in Guiyang in Guizhou province, arriving each day in a Porsche.

Dying out? China's young shun family firms

Jul 31 2013

HONG KONG Dai Yintao, 21, is the only son of the millionaire owner of Chinese real estate, pharmaceutical and mining companies. He has no interest in taking over his father's business, opting instead to work on a building site in Guiyang in Guizhou province, arriving each day in a Porsche.

Dying out? China's young shun family firms

Jul 31 2013

HONG KONG, Aug 1 Dai Yintao, 21, is the only son of the millionaire owner of Chinese real estate, pharmaceutical and mining companies. He has no interest in taking over his father's business, opting instead to work on a building site in Guiyang in Guizhou province, arriving each day in a Porsche.

China case shows war on drug costs in emerging markets

Jul 15 2013

LONDON/HONG KONG International drugmakers are under fire in emerging markets as governments crack down on high prices and corporate malpractice, raising a risk to the price premiums global players enjoy over local rivals.

Analysis: China case shows war on drug costs in emerging markets

Jul 12 2013

LONDON/HONG KONG International drugmakers are under fire in emerging markets as governments crack down on high prices and corporate malpractice, raising a risk to the price premiums global players enjoy over local rivals.

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