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China trade shrinks in April in troubling sign
China's trade shrank in April in a sign government stimulus is failing to jolt the world's second-largest economy out of a prolonged slowdown.
 
Positive attitude goes long way
Martin Lundstedt, president and CEO of Volvo Group, has been a believer of a fun workplace during his 24-year career in the commercial vehicle industry.
 
Rescuers on Sunday searched for 33 construction workers missing in a landslide at the site of a hydropower project following days of heavy rain in southern China. Eight other workers were pulled out alive, officials and state-run media reported.
 
A collision between a fishing boat and a cargo ship in the East China Sea has left 17 missing and two dead, mainland Chinese state media said Saturday.
 
The orthogonal and the organic
In this photo taken on Tuesday, May 3, a woman takes photos outside the headquarters of AVIC in Beijing. AVIC is a state-owned corporate colossus that has 500,000 employees and 140 subsidiaries, in businesses ranging from aircraft manufacturing and financial services to auto production.
 
Stocks slumped the most in more than two months on Friday, after the country's central bank drained a combined hundreds of billion yuan liquidity from the market since last week.
 
The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology on Thursday issued a telecom license to China Broadcasting Network Ltd, making it the nation's fourth telecom operator.
 
Chinese activist may be seriously ill, says sister
The sister of a prominent imprisoned Chinese political activist said Friday she fears her brother is seriously ill and is urging the authorities to allow him access to better medical treatment, in what an international rights group said is the latest example of China routinely denying political prisoners adequate care.
 
Calls by the National Health and Family Planning Commission, at its conference on Wednesday, for a halt to cellular immunotherapy as a treatment for cancer had a negative impact on more than 20 related listed medical companies.
 
Home prices 'likely to rise this year, but may fall next'
Home prices in first- and second-tier cities will probably rise this year because of relaxed regulatory policies, but if the overall economic situation continues to sour, this may put downward pressure on the real estate market, according to the Blue Book of Real Estate 2016, released on Thursday.
 
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