|China, Russia Vow to Seek Stronger Energy, SMEs Cooperation|
Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli and his Russian counterpart Arkady Dvorkovich agreed on Monday to enhance cooperation on energy and between small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
|EU Referendum Economic Debate|
With less than a month to go before Britain votes on its EU membership, the Remain and Leave camps are tightly united in their respective campaigns. Research shows that the economy and immigration are the two top concerns among the British public.
|China to Provide 15 Mln Yuan Worth of Relief Supplies to Sri Lanka|
China will provide 15 million yuan (2.28 million U.S. dollars) worth of emergency supplies, including tents and folding beds, to help with flood relief in Sri Lanka.
|China, Philippines Share Responsibilty to Maintain Friendship, Cooperation: Xi|
The leaders of China and the Philippines share responsibility to maintain and deepen their good neighborly and friendly relations as well as the mutually beneficial cooperation between the two countries, Chinese President Xi Jinping said Monday.
|China to Blacklist Ill-behaved Tourists and Tourism Service Providers|
China has issued a new regulation to blacklist tourists and tourism service providers with inappropriate public manners.
|South Korea to Launch Committee for WWII Sex Slavery Victims Foundation|
A committee tasked with setting up a foundation for South Korean victims of sexual slavery during World War II will be meeting for the first time tomorrow.
|66 Chinese Herbs Listed in European Pharmacopoeia|
Sixty-six Chinese medicinal herbs have been added to the European Pharmacopoeia, an authoritative reference work for quality control of medication, meaning there are clear quality standards for Chinese herbs exported to Europe.
|China Launches New Satellite for Civilian Hi-res Mapping|
China launched a new civilian high-resolution mapping satellite on Monday from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in northern Shanxi Province.