U.S. election Obama win good for China: scholar Add to ... Reuters Published Wednesday, Nov. 07, 2012 6:43AM EST Last updated Wednesday, Nov. 07, 2012 10:25AM EST U.S. President Barack Obama winning a second term will keep U.S.-China relations on an even keel, predicts Peking University professor Yao Yang. Jane Lanhee Lee reports. Watch More Video: Time for Republican party to re-brand Donald Trump tweets: Obama victory a disgusting injustice Romney supporters call America 'entitlement nation' When Ohio went to Obama, the race was won Barack Obama says there's more work to do Headlines from around the world mark Obama's win Highlights from Barack Obama's acceptance speech U.S. presidential race down to the wire Video: Could Obama or Romney grace Mount Rushmore one day? Yield Hog: Five reasons to love dividends 'We live in a blessed time for home ownership,' CEO Royal LePage China says North Korea trade up, despite U.S. pressure Video: Highlights from the Bank of Canada's rate hike announcement Andrew Willis: Why you shouldn't buy into the pot boom and bust Asian shares shrug off Trump controversy, look to Yellen Trump stumps South Korean markets more than missile tests U.S. seeks funds tied to North Korea from big banks Samsung sees record earnings in the second quarter Money Monitor: How rising interest rates affect mortgages Volvo to go all electric Comments Share via email Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on LinkedIn Print More Related to this Story Streetwise Streetwise Video: Who will replace Stephen Jarislowsky? Market View Video: Market View: Obama or Romney: Who's best for the stock market?