News Headlines - 21 March 2016

China columnist Jia Jia detained by Beijing police, his lawyer says - BBC News

A lawyer for prominent Chinese columnist Jia Jia, who went missing last week, has confirmed he has been detained by Beijing police.

UK should worry less about China slowdown, BoE says — FT.com

A 1 percentage point drop in China’s growth rate would translate into a drop of just 0.1 percentage points in UK gross domestic product, the bank said.
By contrast, a similar drop in the US or eurozone would be three times more serious for Britain.

Hon Hai wants to pay less for Sharp - Taipei Times

Hon Hai Precision Industry Co is seeking to reduce the amount it pays for Sharp Corp due to concerns about potential liabilities and future earnings, Japanese-language Yomiuri Shimbum reported. The Taiwanese company is also renegotiating terms with Sharp’s lenders, according to the Nikkei Asian Review.

Apple’s Smaller iPhone SE Will Cost You $400 | WIRED

Apple’s newest phone, the iPhone SE, is here and it’s kinda but not entirely new. The cute little iPhone offers the components of the bigger iPhone 6S with a 4-inch screen and a form factor in line with the iPhone 5s. The round volume buttons and flatter edges also echo those of the 5s.

Two dead and 49 injured after violent clashes during Raja Casablanca match | The Guardian

Morocco’s official news agency says violent clashes among Raja Casablanca fans in the western city of Casablanca have left two people dead and 49 injured.
The state news agency, MAP, said it is unclear why the deadly violence erupted on Saturday evening, following the start of Raja Casablanca’s game against Chabab Rif Al Hoceima.








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