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MessagePosté le: Mar 20 Mai - 09:27 (2014)    Sujet du message: Asie Répondre en citant

La Chine exclut Windows 8 des ordinateurs gouvernementaux
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JOLIE MANIERE DE DIRE AUX USA : occupez vous de vos fesses ..

Xi Jinping : les pays asiatiques sont capables de prendre en main les affaires de la région
http://french.xinhuanet.com/chine/2014-05/22/c_133351570.htm


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Nation stakes
The perils of Asia’s nationalist powers


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Beijing admits strain in ties with Africa Rare comments by central bank chief come amid growing criticism


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La journée d’hier a servi à détailler cette accusation. L’agence de presse officielle, Xinhua, a cité un responsable chinois selon lequel les Etats-Unis étaient les plus grands pirates de l’internet chinois, chiffrant, au cours des deux derniers mois, à plus 2.000 les réseaux situés aux Etats-Unis ayant pris le contrôle de plus d’un million d’ordinateurs sur le sol chinois. Sur la même période, il juge que 57.000 attaques ont été menées via des adresses IP basées aux Etats-Unis.

Pékin a ensuite annoncé la suspension de sa participation à un programme conjoint sur la cyber-sécurité, et menacé de prendre d’autres mesures de rétorsion. Puis ce fut au tour du ministère chinois de la Défense de réagir. « De Wikileaks à l’affaire Snowden, l’hypocrisie des Etats-Unis et leur recours à deux poids deux mesures en matière de sécurité informatique ont depuis longtemps été clairement mis en évidence », a commenté le ministère. Une allusion notamment aux révélations de presse du printemps , fondées sur des révélations d’Edward Snowden, selon lesquelles le groupe chinois Huawei, soupçonné d’espionnage par les Etats-Unis, aurait en réalité été intensément surveillé par l’agence de renseignement américaine de l’internet NSA.




estunaif le 20/05/2014 à 23:40
La Chine détenant une quantité énorme d'emprunt du Trésor américain, elle peut se permettre de dire tout haut ce qu'elle pense de l'hypocrisie américaine ...


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6:50pm WORLD
Beijing hits out at US and Japan alliance Tension rises over support for Asia nations


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Nouveaux risques sur l'immobilier Chinois . 


Les difficultés de l’immobilier chinois pourraient ,sous peu ,entraîner une correction de l’indice de Shanghaï
http://bourse.lesechos.fr/infos-conseils-boursiers/actus-des-marches/infos-marches/cette-nuit-en-asie-en-chine-plus-d-un-appartement-sur-cinq-est-vide-979145.php


Une fois de plus les analystes ne comprennent rien  à la stratégie du gouvernement chinois  qui est en plus parfaitement décrite dans un des récents bulletins économiques publiés par l'ambassade de France à Pekin . 


http://www.ambafrance-cn.org/L-urbanisation-en-Chine-continentale.html


Avec 90 Millions de logements sociaux à fournir d'ici 2020 , les 40 millions de logements vides dûs à une spéculation excessive paraissent plutôt être une aubaine pour le gouvernement central 


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Cette nuit en Asie : l’économie chinoise sous perfusion


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China maps Arunachal Pradesh as its own, as bilateral talks continue


China, in its recent maps, has shown disputed areas in Arunachal Pradesh, located in northeast India, as its own, according to Western media reports (Economic TimesThe HinduIndian Express,IBNLive). In a pointed reaction to the reports, India's External Affairs Ministry said in a statement on Saturday that "cartographic depictions do not change the reality on the ground." The statement said further: "the fact that Arunachal Pradesh is an integral and inalienable part of India has been conveyed to Chinese authorities at several occasions including at the very highest level."


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China maps Arunachal Pradesh as its own, as bilateral talks continue


China, in its recent maps, has shown disputed areas in Arunachal Pradesh, located in northeast India, as its own, according to Western media reports (Economic TimesThe HinduIndian Express,IBNLive). In a pointed reaction to the reports, India's External Affairs Ministry said in a statement on Saturday that "cartographic depictions do not change the reality on the ground." The statement said further: "the fact that Arunachal Pradesh is an integral and inalienable part of India has been conveyed to Chinese authorities at several occasions including at the very highest level."


The All Arunachal Pradesh Students' Union (AAPSU) condemned China's "expansionist attitude" and said the state is an integral part of India (Economic Times). "The state government should send a loud and clear message to New Delhi that Arunachal Pradesh was and will remain as an integral part of India," AAPSU General Secretary Biru Nasi said.


The incident occurred as Indian Vice President Mohammad Hamid Ansari visited China. In his meeting with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (pictured above), Ansari discussed boundary issues and bilateral trade. Three significant Memorandums of Understanding on industrial parks, flood data of the Brahmaputra river, and the establishment of a framework for regular interactions between administrative officials were signed in the presence of Ansari and his Chinese counterpart, Li Yuanchao, on Monday (Indian Express). Ansari and Yuanchao also released an encyclopedia of India-China Cultural Contacts, which traces links between the two nations, beginning with the visit of Huen Tsang to India in the 7th century to bring Buddhist scriptures to China (Times of India).


Army Chief General Bikram Singh is also scheduled to begin a visit to China on July 2 (NDTV). Singh is expected to meet Chinese military and foreign ministry officials, and will address the Chinese military academy. Singh is the second Indian army chief to visit China, and his trip is taking place after a nine year gap.


France is first to court India as Western powers eye defense deals


France's Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius will meet with India's Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj and Defense and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Monday during his two-day trip to India (Economic TimesLivemint). Fabius is set to push a stalled deal worth approximately $15 billion to supply 126 French-made Rafale fighter jets to India, which has been under final negotiation since January 2012. Fabius will also discuss deals to supply new nuclear reactors to India, boost tourism in France, and increase space cooperation. Fabius is scheduled to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday.


After France, senior politicians from the United States and United Kingdom are expected to visit India over the next 10 days as the Modi government intends to open the defense industry to foreign investment (Hindustan TimesReuters). U.S. Senator John McCain is expected to visit India next week, with Britain's Foreign Secretary, William Hague, and Finance Minister, George Osborne, arriving in the second week of July.


"All the countries are trying to make their case, especially as there is the sense that the Indian market will undergo a shift," said Harsh V. Pant, a professor of international relations at King's College London. He added that: "They get a sense from their dealings that something dramatic is going to happen and they want first-mover advantage."


Presently, foreign companies can invest only 26 percent in Indian defense projects without committing to technology transfer, which has deterred many foreign investors. India spent approximately $6 billion on weapon imports last year. 


India successfully launches five foreign satellites


Modi witnessed the launch of the Indian Space Research Organisation's (ISRO) Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) C23 on Monday in Sriharikota, located in Andhra Pradesh (DNAIndian Express,LivemintNDTV). The launch carried one satellite each from France, Singapore, and Germany, and two from Canada. Modi congratulated space scientists and the Department of Space for the successful launch and said: "This is definitely a global endorsement of India's space capability." Prior to the launch, Modi had tweeted: "Our Government is committed to give further impetus to our Space Programme."


Modi proposed using satellite diplomacy in the region and asked ISRO to develop a satellite that can be used for civilian purposes and as a "gift" for the country's South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) neighbors. "Today I ask you, the space community, to take up the challenge of developing a SAARC satellite that we can dedicate to our neighbourhood as a gift from India," Modi said. SAARC is an economic and geopolitical cooperation between South Asian nations, including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. Modi said further that: "India's Space programme is driven by a vision of service to humanity. Not by a desire of power."


In his address to the scientists, Modi said: "Generations of scientists have worked to make India a self-reliant space power," and "India has the potential to be the launch service provider of the world. We must work towards this goal." ISRO has, until Monday, launched 35 satellites from 19 countries.


Modi also suggested developing a state-of-the-art, interactive, digital space museum. He described India's space program as the most "cost-effective" in the world and remarked: "I have heard that the Hollywood movie Gravity cost more than our Mars mission -- this is a great achievement" (IBNLive,NDTV). Gravity was a 2013 British-American 3D science fiction thriller film.


For a full text of Modi's speech, click here.


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Microsoft en danger en Chine : 
The government's rising fears over information safety may further cut the market share for overseas software enterprises in government procurement, a major profit source for global giants including Microsoft, Adobe and Oracle, analysts said on Monday.
Their remarks followed a China Securities Journal report that China is ruling out Microsoft's Office software suite from some State-level government agencies, citing unnamed sources.
The US company quickly rejected the report as "completely untrue".
"We have contacted the Ministry of Finance, the governing body of government procurement projects. They had no idea of the ruling as well," a senior Microsoft executive told China Daily on condition of anonymity because the matter is sensitive.
Microsoft is working closely with the Chinese government to protect its business in the sector, the source added.
The Office suite was still available for purchase on the Central Government Procurement Center's site as of Monday evening.
But overseas software products will feel increasing pressure in getting government orders as local players are set to win over market share in the long run, industry insiders warned.
"The incident shows increasing concerns about information security by the Chinese government, from both infrastructure and application perspectives, especially considering the increasing terror attacks in the country," said Charlie Dai, principal consulting analyst at Forrester Research.
"More organizations in the public sector — including State-owned enterprises, governments, power utilities, healthcare and financial institutions — will more likely adopt domestic products, solutions and services," Dai said.
Beijing-based software company Kingsoft has been eyeing Microsoft's share of Chinese government purchases for a long time.
The developer of WPS, a local equivalent of the Office suite, hopes to sell more than 70 percent of its office applications through government purchase deals this year.
Kingsoft sold two-thirds of its WPS products to the government in 2013.
But Dai said, "I don't think any domestic software could easily replace Microsoft Office because the software has been tightly integrated into many business applications and business processes of the Chinese government and State-owned enterprises."
Beijing has sped up its pace of ousting made-in-US IT products from key industries and organizations since the US government in May accused five Chinese military officials of cyberespionage.
China denied the charges and in the following days announced a ban on Windows 8 in government procurement.
http://europe.chinadaily.com.cn/business/2014-07/01/content_17628680.htm


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Vesion française 
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Les profits des banques chinoises représentent un tiers des profits mondiaux totaux


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CETTE NUIT EN ASIE 08:50

Chine: les temps sont durs pour les marques étrangères
Plus de 60% des marques étrangères de produits de grande consommation ont perdu des parts de marché en Chine entre 2011 et 2014, selon une étude de Bain Company et Kantar Worldpanel. Les produits cosmétiques, de soin personnel et les boissons gazeuses subissent la chute la plus nette


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China’s wild auto-parts market scares away Germans 
German auto parts provider Stahlgruber sells off its China unit after finding a market with complexity "beyond its imagination," reports Caixin Online.
• Australia exports sink far more than forecast 



China bank is world's most profitable 
... again 
ICBC, China's largest bank, is the world's most profitable for the fourth year in a row, while Well Fargo tops the U.S., and Europe loses ground.
• China execs worry about U.S. bank-info swap 
• Hong Kong makes rare forex intervention 


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