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HK lawmakers spark unrest by defying oath ban
Two newly elected pro-democracy lawmakers defied an order Wednesday barring them from taking their oaths after being disqualified earlier for insulting China, sparking more unruly scenes in Hong Kong's legislature.
Most Chinese people want Communist Party chief Xi Jinping to be a "core" leader in the mold of Mao Zedong, official media said a survey showed, as he seeks to consolidate his control.
Xiaomi shocks the market with a 'future' smartphone
China's tech firm Xiaomi has created a big bang industry-wide as the company unexpectedly unveiled a concept smartphone in Beijing Tuesday, showcasing its vision of what a future phone would be like and its ambition in bringing thrilling and touching products to its fans.
Apple sees nearly 30% decline in revenue in China
Apple Inc saw a nearly 30 percent decline in its China revenue in the latest quarter ending in September, as the United States tech giant continues to struggle with tumbling iPhone sales.
ChemChina-Syngenta deal faces long delay
Uncertainty continues to cloud State-owned China National Chemical Corp's attempt since February for a $43-billion takeover of Syngenta AG, the Swiss agrochemical and seed producer, as regulators in Europe are yet to approve the proposed deal.
Investor Rogers sounds economic note of caution
Jim Rogers, renowned US investor and co-founder of Quantum Fund, said he has deep concerns about the global economy's health in the next three years.
Chinese smartphone vendors Oppo and Vivo have become the two top brands in China for the first time in the quarter ending in September, with their biggest competitor Huawei´╝îwhich held the top spot for several quarters, falling to third place, a new report said.
Twitter said to be planning more job cuts soon
Twitter Inc is planning widespread job cuts, to be announced as soon as this week, according to people familiar with the matter.
Police have arrested officials in charge of environmental protection in central China after they were accused of tampering with air quality monitoring data, local media said Tuesday.
DJI's drones to home in on specific industries
DJI Innovation Technology Co, China's largest commercial drone manufacturer, is planning to launch drones for specific industries including traffic, construction, electric power, security protection and disaster relief, after unveiling its first agricultural drone last year
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