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Scenes of carnage as death toll from Jiangsu, China tornado reaches 98
Survivors scrabbled through the rubble of their homes Friday after hurricane-force winds and a tornado left at least 98 dead in China, with hundreds more injured.
 
Schools across China ordered to remove poisonous running tracks
Schools across China have been ordered to remove running tracks made from toxic materials that have been blamed for sickening students, in the latest in a long line of product scandals blamed on corruption and weak oversight.
 
Nationwide fitness plan to boost sports industry
The total scale of China's sports consumption will reach 1 trillion yuan by 2020, according to the State Council's new Nationwide Fitness Plan (2016-2020), cnstock.com reported on Thursday.
 
China to become largest market of high-net-worth individuals
China will become one of the largest markets of high-net-worth individuals in the world, with the number of high-net-worth families rising from 2.07 million in 2015 to 3.88 million at the end of 2020, a report released on Wednesday said.
 
Chances high for more patent cases involving Apple
Apple Inc's latest patent dispute in China may hurt the company's iPhone sales and harm its brand image in the world's largest smartphone market, experts said.
 
Baidu and Huawei nominated as world's smartest companies
Chinese technology companies Baidu Inc and Huawei Technologies Co Ltd were listed as two of the world's 50 smartest companies on Tuesday by a US tech magazine.
 
Chinese software and service outsourcing enterprises are turning to cloud computing as part of their strategies to face emerging challenges from intensified global competition and rising domestic salaries.
 
A powerful tornado killed 51 people and destroyed large numbers of buildings Thursday in the eastern Chinese province of Jiangsu, state media reported.
 
A veteran pro-democracy lawmaker was charged Thursday by Hong Kong's corruption bureau over a payment from one of the city's best-known anti-China media tycoons, in a case he described as a political move.
 
A total of 19 people connected to a troubled Chinese metals exchange have been arrested, authorities said, after repeated protests by disgruntled investors and as the number of cases of financial fraud rise.
 
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