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5.0 quake hits Northern Taiwan
Taipei's twisty high-rise will have a lobby that delights
Even before gay marriage officially arrives, new gov't help for same-sex partners
Apple's first Taiwan store has an opening date — and it's soon
China's sharing economy gets lift
A guideline to further boost China's sharing economy was approved on Wednesday at a State Council executive meeting chaired by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.
China's private wealth market rose fivefold in past decade
China's private wealth market has continued to maintain rapid growth, with the gross personal investable assets reaching 165 trillion yuan last year.
Alibaba woos US small business
China's e-commerce giant Alibaba Group chose Detroit, Michigan to stage its inaugural two-day Gateway '17 Summit, which kicked off on Tuesday and is designed to educate American SMEs on the Chinese market.
The China-backed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank expects to grow its membership to 85 by the end of this year, bank president Jin Liqun said on Saturday.
Chinese president encourages BRICS countries to push for fair int'l order
Chinese President Xi Jinping was also calling for joint efforts to create a new golden decade for the BRICS bloc.
China's largest coal producer and the country's leading power generator are close to unveiling a merger plan, as listing units of the two announced suspension of trading for "unprecedented" asset transactions on Monday.
NW China province pilots 100% green power supply
As part of China's efforts to develop in a low-carbon manner, Northwest China's Qinghai province has launched a week-long pilot program in which all electricity would be powered by clean energy.
China 'exporting less oil to North Korea'
Gasoline prices in North Korea more than tripled for a while in May and now hover above double a previous price, according to participants. One reason is said to be that gasoline is preferentially supplied to the military.
Belt and Road Initiative legal study base launched in Beijing
A base for studying legal issues related to the Belt and Road Initiative was launched at the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing on Thursday.
Police identify suspect in China kindergarten blast that killed eight
Police have identified the suspect in an explosion that killed eight people and injured dozens of others near a kindergarten in eastern China, the local government said Friday.
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