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July, 31, 2016

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Determined publishers take on mainland China at Hong Kong book fair
Hong Kong's feisty publishing industry vowed to take on China by selling books critical of Beijing, despite the disappearances of five city booksellers, as a major annual book fair began Wednesday.
Telecoms extend 4G service to Nansha Islands
China's top mobile telecom carriers have launched 4G service on the Nansha Islands, in an effort to safeguard the country's legal claim in the South China Sea and to improve communication services for local people.
Alibaba opens new office in Australia to push globalization strategy
Chinese e-commerce conglomerate Alibaba Group Holding Ltd announced a plan on Tuesday to open its first local office in Australia later this year, the latest move in its globalization push to have more than half its revenues coming from countries outside China by 2036.
China suffers from increased protectionist measures
China encountered 65 trade-remedy investigations launched by 17 countries and regions in the first half of 2016, surging 66.67 percent on a year-on-year basis, the Ministry of Commerce said on Tuesday.
China has surpassed the US and Japan to become the new leader in the game category of the iOS app market in the latest quarter, according to a report released by US-based analytics firm -- App Annie on Tuesday.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has slightly revised upwards its 2016 forecast for China, while cutting its forecast for global economic growth this year and next year, partly as a result of the unexpected UK vote to leave the European Union.
O2O boosts Suning's growth
If Hangzhou boasts headquarters of new economy stars Alibaba and JollyChic, Nanjing is home to Suning Commerce Group, the country's third largest retail player and a well-known e-commerce name.
Tough religious restrictions on Muslim minorities in China's far west may have driven more than 100 to join the Islamic State group, a U.S. think tank said Wednesday.
Going against the grain
A general view shows a sand storm hitting the Silkway rally bivouac near the Chinese city of Dunhuang on Wednesday, July 20. The 11th special stage was canceled due to severe weather conditions.
China insisted its controls over some raw materials exports were legal, after the European Union followed the United States to take it to the World Trade Organization over the restrictions.
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