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News about China Mobile Ltd., including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times.

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Fearing the Worst, China Plans Refugee Camps on North Korean Border

A Chinese county has a blueprint in place if a crisis in North Korea results in thousands of refugees crossing the border.

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China Cuts Mobile Service of Xinjiang Residents Evading Internet Filters

People who had downloaded foreign messaging services and other software were said to be targeted, as part of a new measure in the country’s fractious western territory.

Release of iPhone 6 Delayed in China

Apple told the country’s three big mobile service providers that the new devices would not be available on Sept. 19, when sales start elsewhere.


Apple Reports $7.7 Billion Profit on Strong iPhone Sales

While rivals like Samsung are starting to show weakness in phone sales, Apple sold 35.2 million iPhones in the third fiscal quarter, up 13 percent from the period a year ago.


Times Minute | Tech Earnings Preview

Apple, Microsoft and Amazon will issue quarterly reports this week. Also on the Minute, the effect of California’s water crisis and celebrating 100 years of Wrigley Field.

Asia Day Ahead: China awaits results

Some of China’s biggest state-owned companies are set to report earnings on Thursday, including PetroChina and China Mobile, while U.S. first lady Michelle Obama kicks off her China tour.

Sales of iPhones Set Record for Quarter: 51 Million

Apple’s blockbuster phone sales helped the company post a profit of $13.1 billion on revenue of $57.6 billion.

Daily Report: Apple’s China Mobile Deal Gets Off to a Weak Start

A Muted Beginning to Sales of Apple’s iPhone Through China Mobile

Customers were finally able to buy iPhones from China Mobile on Friday, but the turnout was underwhelming in Beijing, even with Apple’s chief on hand.

Daily Report: Apple Signs iPhone Deal With China Mobile

The agreement could, at least initially, give Apple a big lift into the vast Chinese market, analysts say, increasing its global sales.

China Deal Gives Apple Big Market to Court

The agreement to bring the iPhone to China Mobile could, at least initially, give Apple a big lift into the vast Chinese market, analysts say, increasing its global sales.

China Mobile Says It Is Still in Talks With Apple

No deal has been made by the world’s largest mobile phone carrier to sell iPhones, the company’s chairman said amid speculation that a tie-up was imminent.


Qualcomm Investigated Under Antitrust Law

The timing of the inquiry has led some to question whether the Chinese government may be trying to gain leverage for its upcoming royalty negotiations with the American company.



Facing a Flood of Junk Text Messages in China

Cheaper iPhone Will Cost More in China

While many analysts expected Apple to price the iPhone 5C at about $400, it will actually go for significantly more in China, where the company is struggling.


Market Rebound in China Shows Beijing’s Resolve

Those predicting a sharp slowdown in China a couple of months ago appear to have underestimated the central government’s determination to keep things on track, the author writes.

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