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Wednesday, April 2, 2014
China and the European Union should be partners for growth, offering each other opportunities and speeding up completion of an investment treaty, President Xi Jinping told European Council President Herman Van Rompuy on Monday.
China's manufacturing activity improved slightly in March from the previous month, the government said Tuesday, but analysts said the world's second biggest economy remained weak.
Price rises for new homes in China slowed in March for the third straight month, an independent survey showed, as authorities say they are looking to curb high housing costs.
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
A Tibetan nun set herself on fire in southwestern China at the weekend, a campaign group and a report said, in the latest apparent act of protest against Chinese rule.
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Commentary in China's state-run media Monday urged people to react “rationally” to the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, after days of protests by passengers' relatives who say Malaysia has mishandled the investigation.
Chinese prosecutors brought corruption charges Monday against a top general, state media reported, in a case highlighting abuse of power in the country's vast military.
Monday, March 31, 2014
Anti-service trade pact demonstration draws 500 in Hong Kong
Some 500 people attended a protest march in Hong Kong Sunday against a controversial cross-Taiwan Strait trade-in-services agreement.
Sunday, March 30, 2014
Xi visit revs up strategic ties for China, Germany
Export giants Germany and China pledged to deepen their strategic ties Friday during a landmark visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping to Berlin, which also saw the inking of a raft of economic pacts.
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China Southern Airlines, the country's biggest airline by fleet size, said net profit for 2013 fell more than 20 percent, the latest Chinese carrier to be hit by a weak economy and stiff competition.
China appears to have decided to stop accepting lists of prisoners whom foreign governments want released, a prominent human rights advocate said Friday.
  
  
  
  
  
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