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After Dalai Lama met Lady Gaga, mainland China warns of his motives
Mainland China warned people to be aware of what it said are nefarious motives of the Dalai Lama after he met with Lady Gaga on a trip to the U.S. and spoke about love and compassion.
Car sharing shaping auto manufacturing industry: Uber
When more and more people choose to share a car instead of owning one, change is brought to the auto manufacturing industry, Liu Zhen, senior vice president of Uber China, said on Monday.
Exploiting Summer Davos to promote Tianjin among investors
Tianjin, an economic hub in North China that is hosting the 10th 'Summer Davos' till Tuesday, plans to use the event to attract investment and boost innovation in order to drive regional economy.
Gobal effort needed to end market uncertainty caused by Brexit: Li
The United Kingdom's exit from the European Union has increased uncertainties in the global market, and the world needs to make concerted efforts to find a way out and push for the revitalization of the global economy, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said at the opening of the Annual Meeting of the New Champions in Tianjin on Monday morning.
Evernote aims to grow China into world's largest market in three years
Evernote, one of the most popular note-taking applications, aims to grow China into its largest market in the world within three years, according to the US-based company's senior executives.
Mainland China agreed Monday to talks with Hong Kong in the wake of explosive revelations by a city bookseller who said he was detained for eight months on the mainland, as fears grow that Beijing is tightening its grip.
Two of China's biggest steelmakers are planning to merge, they said, as the industry faces a global glut that has hammered producers worldwide.
China weakened the yuan's fixing almost one percent to a five-and-half-year low against the dollar Monday, officials said, the biggest downward move since August as the greenback surge after Britain's vote to leave the European Union.
At least 35 are killed in fiery bus crash in China
At least 35 people were killed and 11 injured when a bus crashed on a highway in central China on Sunday and burst into flames, state media reported.
A giant Chinese-chartered freighter is to nudge its way through the Panama Canal on Sunday to mark the completion of nearly a decade of expansion work forecast to boost global trade.
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