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September, 30, 2016

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New iPhone to boost Apple's sales in China
Apple Inc unveiled a series of production line updates on Thursday morning, demonstrating its latest tech breakthroughs on smart watches, smartphones and wireless earphones.
New Hong Kong lawmaker Chu reports 'death threats' after landmark elections
A Hong Kong lawmaker advocating more autonomy from China who won a seat in landmark elections last weekend said Thursday he had received "death threats" before and since the polls as he reported them to police.
Chinese imports expand in August for 1st time in 2 years
China trade showed unexpected strength in August in a positive sign for global economic growth.
Although China's GDP growth in the second quarter this year is better than expected, the industrial economy is still slowing down, says Gan Jie, a professor of finance at the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB).
China will adopt property regulation and policies based on each city's different circumstances, according to China Securities Daily, which cited a document released by the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development (MOHURD) on its website on Tuesday.
The Ministry of Finance exposed the names of five new-energy vehicle producers that swindled subsidies from the central government on Thursday following an investigation of 90 such manufacturers in the country from early 2016.
The world's largest PC maker Lenovo Group Ltd on Wednesday inked a deal with Beijing Digital Telecom Co Ltd, China's largest cell phone chain store, to expand its global retailing channels.
Chinese firms bid for Brazil generator company
Two Chinese companies are bidding for a major stake in Brazil's fourth largest energy generator Santo Antonio Energia SA, amongst other suitors such as a Canadian asset management company, according to sources quoted by Bloomberg.
No tears for Mao: 1976 death was an imperial fall
The death of Communist China's founding father Mao Zedong 40 years ago this week was akin to the demise of an emperor and helped pave the way for the modern nation, says one of the few Westerners in Beijing at the time.
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Bicycles on a roll again
Only three decades ago, Beijing was known worldwide for its large traffic dominated by millions of bicycles. The two-wheeler was then the primary mode of personal transport.
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