|EU Leaders Urge Quick Negotiations on Brexit|
European Council President Donald Tusk said on Tuesday that the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, will take back a message to the United Kingdom from his EU counterparts that talks on a British exit from the European Union must start promptly.
|Baby Born from 18-year-old Frozen Embryo in East China|
A healthy baby girl has been born from an embryo frozen 18 years ago. A 45-year-old woman gave birth to a daughter, weighing 3,300 grams, in Jiangsu Province on Monday. The embryo was implanted into her womb in November at the Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital of Fudan University in Shanghai.
|China Raises Anti-dumping Duties on FUJIFILM Photographic Paper|
China's Ministry of Commerce on Wednesday raised anti-dumping duties on imported photographic paper from two companies. The move comes after a review showed evidence of dumping by the two closely connected firms, according to a statement on the ministry's website.
|China's Investment Fund Industry to Continue Expanding: Report|
China's investment fund industry will likely continue to grow after strong performance last year, global rating agency Moody's said Wednesday.
|Overseas Buyers Swoop for China's Armored Vehicles|
For countries facing unrest or terrorist threats, China's largest land armaments maker is offering a deterrent£the VN-4 armored vehicle. More than 300 of them have been sold to five nations in Asia, South America and Africa since 2011, when the armored vehicle was exported to its first user, an Asian country.
|Qinghai-Tibet Railway Boosts Tibet's Economy|
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the opening of the Qinghai-Tibet railway. Over the past decade, the 2000-kilometre railway linking Xining, capital of Qinghai Province, and Lhasa, capital of the Tibet region, has brought a big difference to the lives of people living in Tibet.
|AIIB to Expand and Help More: AIIB President|
AIIB President Jin Liqun pledged that the bank will not limit its help to those countries only along the Silk Road economic belt.
|First CPC Congress Site to Reopen after Refurbishment|
The Shanghai building where the Communist Party of China (CPC) held its first national congress has undergone a major refurbishment and expansion for its reopening on July 1, the 95th anniversary of the Party's founding.
|Taiwan Blamed for Suspension of Communication with Mainland|
The Chinese mainland is holding Taiwan responsible for the suspension of communication mechanisms between the two sides. Communications have been suspended between cross-Straits affairs departments, and between the mainland's Association for Relations across the Taiwan Straits and the Taiwan-based Straits Exchange Foundation.
|China's Suning Officially Takes over Inter Milan|
China's retail giant Suning Commerce Group announced its take-over of the top European club Inter Milan on Tuesday. Suning acquired a 69 percent stake in the club, while Erick Thohir will retain 31 per cent and remain as Inter president.
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