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The State Council on Wednesday stressed efforts to further open up and keep foreign trade and investment stable, as well as to facilitate employment and ensure people's livelihood amid epidemic control.
China urges EU to stop Hong Kong interference
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The European Union (EU) should respect China's position and actions on safeguarding national security in Hong Kong and stop interfering in Hong Kong affairs and China's internal affairs, a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said here on Wednesday.
AIIB member count hits 103
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The number of Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank members has reached 103 after the inclusion of West African country Liberia, The Paper reported on Tuesday.
China Southern Power Grid promotes renewable energy
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State-owned China Southern Power Grid has been stepping up efforts to promote new energy development in an effort to continuously increase renewable energy penetration in the country.
New ziplines built up in Nujiang village for planting tsao-ko
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As locals are turning to planting Amomum tsao-ko to shake off poverty in recent years, new types of ziplines have appeared in the Majimi village in northwest Yunnan’s Nujiang Lisu Autonomous Prefecture.
Chinese vice premier stresses support for flexible employment
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Chinese Vice Premier Hu Chunhua has stressed support for flexible employment through multiple channels to safeguard an overall stable employment environment.
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The 15th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) has been rescheduled to take place from May 17 to 30, 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a spokesperson of the Ministry of Ecology and Environment said Tuesday.
Full steam ahead for China-Laos railway trainees
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The first group of trainees for the China-Laos railway have been undergoing intensive Chinese language and professional railway theory training since mid-July in the Laotian capital Vientiane.
China's top legislator stresses implementation of soil pollution prevention law
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China's top legislator, Li Zhanshu, has stressed efforts to promote the effective implementation of the law on soil pollution prevention and control in all areas.
Central gov't to provide all necessary support for HKSAR to fight COVID-19
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China's central government will provide all necessary support for the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) to fight the COVID-19 epidemic, a spokesperson said Monday.
3rd CIIE to inject impetus into global economy
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Preparations are in full swing for the third China International Import Expo (CIIE), scheduled to open in early November this year. The event is likely to instil confidence in the business environment as COVID-19 clobbers the global economy.
China firmly opposes U.S. forcibly entering Chinese consulate general in Houston
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The Chinese Foreign Ministry on Saturday expressed strong dissatisfaction and firm opposition to U.S. law enforcement officers' forced entry into the Chinese consulate general in Houston.
19th China Internet Conference kicks off online
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The 19th China Internet Conference kicked off online on Thursday, with the release of the latest report on China's internet development.
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Domestic anti-drug musical "Rebirth," featuring a touching tale of a narcotics police officer and his beloved wife, will start its first national tour in September.
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The 95th Mekong River joint patrol by China, Laos, Myanmar and Thailand concluded Friday, with two Chinese law-enforcement vessels returning home to port.
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Chinese Foreign Ministry on Friday informed the U.S. Embassy in China of its decision to withdraw its consent for the establishment and operation of the U.S. Consulate General in Chengdu.
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China said on Thursday the U.S. request to close the Chinese Consulate General in Houston will cause serious damage to bilateral relations, calling the move "taking down the bridge of friendship between Chinese and U.S. people."
Yunnan mangos exported to Russia for the first time
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A China-Europe freight train carrying 15 tons fresh mangos produced in northwest Yunnan’s Huaping county ente...
China gives economy, market players fresh shot of confidence
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By renewing its pledge to further protect market entities and spur their vitality in times of difficulty and uncertainty, China has given its economy and all market players a fresh shot of confidence.
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As Italy seeks to boost its agriculture sector and the "Made in Italy" brand as it relates to high-quality foodstuffs, analysts say the Chinese market will play an important role in the sector's recovery.
Yunnan focuses on promoting “night economy”
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Recently, the People’s Government of Yunnan Province has announced a guide to help promote the “night economy” in Yunnan amid the “new normal” brought by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Drop in China's per-capita disposable income narrows in Q2
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After deducting price factors, China's per-capita disposable income stood at 15,666 yuan ($2,192.75), narrowing 2.6 percentage points compared with the first quarter, Yicai.com reported on Sunday, sourcing data from the National Bureau of Statistics.
China's shipbuilding industry continues leading position globally
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The completion volume of shipbuilding in China, dropping by 10.6 percent year on year to 17.58 million deadweight tonnes (dwt) in H1, accounted for 37.2 percent of the global market share.
China calls U.S. accusations
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A Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson on Thursday said the United States is the "biggest human rights violator" in the world and its accusations about Xinjiang-related human rights issues are "the biggest lies of the century."
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