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February, 21, 2017

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Former president Ma Ying-jeou to visit US in February
Former President Ma Ying-jeou will visit the United States next month to deliver speeches related to cross-strait and Taiwan-US relations.
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Nation pushes back on US ruling
China on Wednesday pushed back against the "extremely unfair" United States ruling on its tire exports, and vowed to take action if its rights were infringed by the creep of trade protectionism.
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The inclusion of China's onshore bonds in major global indexes will accelerate over the next couple of years, according to fund managers in Hong Kong.
Luxury hotels for furry guests boom
While the streets of major Chinese cities start to empty as people return home for Spring Festival, businesses providing accommodations for left-behind pets are enjoying their busiest time of the year.
Chinese send fake Trump tweets as jokes, New Year wishes
In China, Twitter is blocked but fake tweets by @realdonaldtrump look set to become the latest internet sensation.
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HK watchdog acts on Hanergy
The Securities and Futures Commission of Hong Kong is seeking legal action to disqualify five former and current directors of mainland solar energy firm Hanergy Thin Film Power Group from being directors or being involved in the management of any Hong Kong corporation for up to 15 years.
Chinese utility buys big in Brazil
State Grid Corporation of China announced on Tuesday that it has taken ownership of a controlling stake in Brazilian power utility CPFL Energia SA, the largest power distributor in the country.
Chinese brands dominate India's smartphone market
Chinese brands have captured the biggest share of the Indian smartphone market, The Paper reported on Wednesday citing latest industry figures.
The exponentially expanding appetite of Chinese mainland capital for international real estate assets reached a record high in 2016-and is likely to continue to play a significant role in the global property market in the next few years ...
One-China Policy 100 percent non-negotiable: Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman
A senior Chinese official warned the new US administration against challenging Beijing's "one China" policy, saying it is 100 per cent not negotiable.
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