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China Welcomes EU Importers' Call for an FTA: MOC
The bilateral free trade agreement will further enhance the level of economic and trade cooperation and also benefit industries and consumers from both sides.
Transformation of Resources-oriented Cities in Northeast China
Many areas in China's Northeast have traditionally relied on primary industries for their livelihoods, such as coal and iron ore mining.
Apple Plans to Bring Trademark Dispute to China's Highest Court
Apple has decided to bring its "iPhone" trademark case to the Supreme People's Court, the highest court in China, saying it "will continue to vigorously protect our trademark rights".
China Broadcast Network to Become Fourth Domestic Telecom Operator
State-owned China Broadcast Network (CBN) has been approved by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology to become China's fourth telecom operator.
Turkey PM to Quit amid Erdogan Rift Rumours
Turkey's Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu says he will stand down at an extraordinary congress of his ruling AK Party later this month.
Hospitals in China Banned from Outsourcing Clinics
China's top health authority is banning all hospitals in the country from outsourcing any clinic to third-party service providers, amid an ongoing cancer treatment scandal with a Beijing hospital affiliated with China's armed police. Cellular Immunity Treatment Called off; Baidu under Probe
China to Further Promote Housing System Encouraging Renting and Purchasing
Central authorities in China are rolling out new programs to develop this country's rental housing market. It comes as unstable housing prices have led to massive jumps in rental rates in a number of Chinese cities.
China to Boost Imports from South Asian Countries
Chinese authorities have announced plans to expand imports from South Asia through its "Belt and Road Initative."
'Song of the Phoenix' Opens in Cinemas Two Years after Director's Death
Late Chinese filmmaker Wu Tianming's last directorial work "Song of Phoenix" is going to hit cinemas today. The screening comes two years after Wu's death in 2014.
SIFF to Screen Latest Works by Renowned Japanese Directors
The upcoming Shanghai International Film Festival will feature some new directorial works by renowned Japanese filmmakers, including Yoji Yamada, Hirokazu Koreeda and Shion Sono.
New Translation Collection of Tagore to Further Cultural Exchanges
A full Chinese translation of Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore has been put out ahead of the 155th anniversary of his birth.
Giant Running Man Kudzu Root Sold for 2 Million RMB
A giant kudzu root has been sold in China for more than 300,000 US dollars. The 4.2-meter long root, which is shaped like a running person, was found by a farmer in southwest China's Sichuan province.
Chinese Sports Industry Aims to Reach $460 Bln in 5 Years
The Chinese sports industry will amount to over three trillion yuan (460 billion dollars) by the end of 2020, according to China's sports development five-year plan released on Thursday.
Robot to Sit National College Entrance Exam in 2017
A robot is being designed to compete with 12th graders during the college entrance examination in 2017 and get a score qualifying it to enter first-class universities in China, according to Huaxi Metropolis Daily.
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Xi Urges More China-Russia Pragmatic Co-op Outcomes
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday said the central task in China-Russia ties is to translate the high-level political relationship into more pragmatic cooperation and coordination in international affairs, when meeting with Sergei Naryshkin, head of the State Duma, Russia's lower house of parliament.
China to Shake Up 2,000 Year State Salt Monopoly
China is to shake up the state monopoly on production and sale of table salt, dismantling a system that has been in place for more than 2,000 years.
China's Military Deploys 1st Discipline Inspectors
The People's Liberation Army is preparing to send 10 teams of discipline inspectors to its departments and local theater commands for the first time.
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