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China's real estate tycoon Wang Jianlin from Dalian Wanda Group and his son Wang Sicong topped the 2017 New Fortune 500 rich list, with a personal wealth of 179.4 billion yuan ($25.99 billion), according to the latest annual wealth ranking released Tuesday by New Fortune magazine.
 
HP Inc will continue to invest in the R&D of digital printing as this emerging sector is of great significance and full of huge growth potential for the company, said Jeff de Kleijn, general manager of the Large Format Printing Division at HP Asia Pacific and Japan.
 
Bordering the Baltic Sea, Lithuanians praise their own "land of amber", which they say sits in the geographic center of Europe and is a relatively undiscovered gem of the continent.
 
Carrier offers Belt and Road bonus
China Mobile Communications Corp, the world's biggest telecom carrier by subscribers, said on Monday it aims to build a globally connected telecom infrastructure system ...
 
Now, civic services go virtual, cashless
This story is not about the use of e-wallets, QR codes and bar codes via mobile apps and digital payment tools for coffee, taxi rides, cinema tickets, groceries, sidewalk fast-food and what have you. That's old hat, in China at least.
 
Chinese wind turbine generator maker Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology Co Ltd announced its plan on Monday to purchase a wind farm project in Australia for A$110 million ($81.5 million), vying for a greater presence in the international market.
 
Trade surplus grows in April
China's foreign trade surplus widened in April, customs data showed on Monday.
 
Asian investors stay tuned into safe havens
Despite policy uncertainties, Asian investors regard real estate as safe haven assetsļ¼¨amid global low-interest-rate conditions, analysts said.
 
China's April exports rise less quickly than March
Chinese exports rose for the second consecutive month in April, official data showed on Monday, boosted by improving global demand, but at a slower pace than in the previous month.
 
Gold seen supported by uncertainty
The price of gold price has dropped as investor sentiment for risk grows following the first round of France's presidential election and potential interest hikes in the US ...
 
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