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Average salaries for the managers of State-owned enterprises increased in more than a year since reform of the salary system, although their numbers have fallen.
 
A focus of the 2016 International Sports Services Trade Conference, to be held from May 28 to June 1 in Beijing, will be ice-snow sports and the 2022 Winter Olympics, the Beijing Sports Bureau, who will host the conference, said.
 
JD.com raises $1b on global bond market at lower cost
China's second-largest e-commerce platform JD.com Inc has made its global bond market debut, securing a relatively low borrowing cost when raising $1 billion in debt.
 
Hong Kong's Beijing-friendly leader warned Tuesday the city will lose investment and job opportunities if residents continue to seek independence, painting a bleak economic picture of the former British colony without Chinese support.
 
China's national legislature is poised to vote this week on a draft law criticized by overseas governments for tightening controls over foreign non-governmental groups by bringing them under direct police supervision.
 
Global carmakers see rising competition in mainland China
Global carmakers gathered in Beijing on Monday to show off their wares as competition intensifies and growth slows in the world's biggest auto market, with the key SUV and new energy vehicle sectors the focus of attention.
 
Overseas insurers are increasingly noticeable on the shopping list of acquisition-minded Chinese companies whose recent buying sprees globally have driven the country's outbound mergers and acquisitions to a record high.
 
Incomes of SOE managers increase on reform
Average salaries for the managers of State-owned enterprises increased in more than a year since reform of the salary system, although their numbers have fallen.
 
Russia's YotaPhone targets Chinese 'trend setters'
The cut-throat competition in Chinese smartphone market has never frightened newcomers, but for exotic startups, the journey of starting from scratch and raising funds for expansion is tough. But a Russian company has managed to surprise the market.
 
Net-based healthcare services set to flourish in China
Like many people in China, Chen Hua (not her real name), a 60-year-old resident of Guangdong province, used to hate visiting hospitals because she had to wait in serpentine queues every time she required to see a doctor, pay medical bills and buy the prescribed drugs from the hospital pharmacy.
 
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