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April 26, 2017

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Initiative to boost infrastructure, industries along route
China Communications Construction Co, one of the country's biggest infrastructure project providers by market share, will boost its overseas sales revenue to 50 percent of its total by 2035 via the development of the Belt and Road Initiative ...
Liftoff in demand for automated ports
Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industry Co Ltd, the world's biggest port machinery manufacturer, said it sees automated port terminals becoming a new growth engine and expects them to further expand to reach 100 countries and regions in 2017.
Chinese exports surged in March, the largest jump in two years, in the latest sign of robust global demand as concerns fade over a possible trade war with the U.S. after President Donald Trump softened his stance on Beijing.
Baidu uses AI technology to help abducted child find family
BEIJING -- Baidu succeeded in using artificial intelligence to reconnect a man with his family 27 years after he was abducted, the company announced Wednesday.
Chinese players and their UK partner unveiled plans for the world's first crowdfunding index in London on Tuesday, in an initiative to systematize data for the rapidly expanding sector.
Oil starts flowing through China-Myanmar pipeline
The China-Myanmar crude oil pipeline started operations after an oil tanker began offloading crude oil in the Southeast Asian country on Monday, which signals a new phase in energy cooperation between the two countries and helps ensure China's oil and gas imports.
Prices for goods at the factory gate in China jumped in March, the government said Wednesday, in a positive sign of strengthening demand for the world's second-largest economy. Inc, China's second-largest e-commerce company, plans to open more than 1 million JD convenience stores across the country in the next five years, with half of them located in rural areas, said its CEO Liu Qiangdong.
Shanghai may build new airport for business flights
Shanghai is considering building a new business aviation airport to meet the rising demand for business jets in the city, an official from the Shanghai Airport Authority said on Tuesday.
Facts confirm success of Belt and Road Initiative
The hard facts attest to China's Belt and Road Initiative resulting in better-than-expected achievements in the past three years, said Shen Danyang, Ministry of Commerce spokesman.
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