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French President Emmanuel Macron will visit China next week to secure greater access for French companies.
POSTED |  05-01-2018
China will make it easier for foreign investors to access the country and protect their rights.
POSTED |  31-12-2017
The UN has called for international pressure on China and Russia to get them to oppose human rights abuses in Myanmar.
POSTED |  28-12-2017
President Donald Trump warns of a treacherous world in which the United States faces rising threats from Russia and China.
POSTED |  19-12-2017
Japan and China have largely agreed on how to implement a maritime and aerial communication mechanism.
POSTED |  06-12-2017
President Xi Jinping told a forum that China will not export its political system.
POSTED |  01-12-2017
China is calling for a ceasefire in Myanmar’s Rakhine State so that Rohingya...
POSTED |  20-11-2017
Laos and China are expected to sign 17 cooperation deals during the upcoming state visit to Laos by Chinese President Xi Jinping.
POSTED |  10-11-2017
China has passed legislation to punish anyone who disrespects the national...
POSTED |  04-11-2017
President Xi Jinping declared China is entering a “new era” of challenges and...
POSTED |  18-10-2017
China has told Facebook’s WhatsApp it should stop the spread of “illegal information” in the country.
POSTED |  27-09-2017
China warned self-ruled Taiwan that it would “reap the consequences” of promoting formal independence.
POSTED |  27-09-2017
China has built the world’s fastest bullet trains, running between Shanghai and Beijing.
POSTED |  21-09-2017
China and Russia celebrated the inaugural semester of Shenzhen MSU-BIT University, the first joint Sino-Russian university.
POSTED |  14-09-2017
China will set a deadline for automakers to end sales of fossil-fuel powered vehicles.
POSTED |  10-09-2017
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