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China's April exports rise less quickly than March
Chinese exports rose for the second consecutive month in April, official data showed on Monday, boosted by improving global demand, but at a slower pace than in the previous month.
 
Quotas charge up China's electric-car market
China's electric-car market is already the world's biggest, but a government proposal to introduce "new energy" vehicle quotas for automakers is further charging it up.
 
China's growth stabilized in the first quarter thanks to rising investments and a recovery in exports, experts said, though they warned the reprieve may be temporary.
 
Growth in China's auto sales plunged in March as demand for SUVs weakened and purchases of sedans contracted, an industry group reported Tuesday.
 
The price of ivory has fallen by nearly two-thirds in the last three years, according to research conducted in China and published on Wednesday by the conservation group Save the Elephants.
 
Vincent Siew to meet China vice premier in Boao Forum
Former Vice President Vincent Siew (蕭萬長) is set to meet with Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli (張高麗) after arriving in Hainan Province on Friday afternoon to attend the 2017 Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference, according to sources closer to the matter.
 
The China-backed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) said Thursday it has approved 13 new prospective members including Canada, in a coup for Beijing after Washington failed to dissuade U.S. allies from signing up.
 
China on Tuesday asked the World Trade Organization to create an expert panel to examine the so-called "surrogate country" approach used by the European Union to calculate anti-dumping measures applied to Chinese exports.
 
Reacting to US rise, China ups short-term interest rates
China's central bank raised short-term interest rates Thursday following the U.S. rate increase as Beijing tries to shore up the value of its currency and stanch an outflow of money.
 
China's industrial output growth held steady in January and February, official data showed Tuesday, providing further evidence of stability in the world's second-largest economy despite slower retail sales growth.
 
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