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China's growing involvement in Malaysia has been praised and panned in recent years.
 
China is tasting its own medicine after the Russians blocked WeChat
If you've ever been stuck in China wanting to check your Facebook or Twitter feed but unable to do so because of the Great Firewall, then enjoy this piece of poetic justice: WeChat, China's biggest instant messaging app, has been blocked in an overseas country.
 
China's homemade passenger jet aces first flight
The first large made-in-China passenger plane successfully completed its maiden test flight Friday, marking a key milestone on the country's ambitious journey to compete with the world's leading aircraft makers.
 
Biggest oil producer expands ties with China
Having served more than three decades at the world's biggest oil producer, few know better than Amin Nasser about Saudi Arabian Oil Company, also known as Saudi Aramco.
 
Chinese demand for gold bars and coins soars in first quarter
China's demand for gold bars and coins soared 30 percent year-on-year to 105.9 metric tons in the first quarter of this year, the fourth strongest quarter on record, according to a report released by the World Gold Council on Thursday.
 
CRRC to build plant in Canada
China Railway Rolling Stock Corp, the country's railway vehicle and equipment manufacturer and exporter, announced on Thursday that it will build a plant in Canada to further expand its marketing channels in North America.
 
Second C919 to roll off the assembly line later this year
Commercial Aircraft Corp of China Ltd announced on Thursday that a second homegrown large aircraft will roll off its assembly line this year, but the commercialization of the C919 will take two to three years.
 
The traditional frugality of Chinese people and their high rate of household savings are being challenged by the younger generation, who are motivated to spend with borrowed money, a new study has found.
 
TV maker profit down in Q1
China's television industry has seen a downturn in the first quarter, with major TV manufacturers witnessing a drop in net profits and sales affected by the rising price of raw materials.
 
Dust storm blows across north China, flights canceled
A major dust storm engulfed northern China and Beijing on Thursday, prompting authorities to cancel dozens of flights and urge children and the elderly to stay indoors.
 
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