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Thursday, October 28, 2010
China on Tuesday called for "concrete action" from Japan ahead of future meetings between the at-odds neighbors, as the nations' premiers were set to head to Vietnam this week for a regional summit.
China has launched a new inspection vessel to strengthen marine patrols and 36 more will be added to boost China's presence in disputed waters, the mainland's state media said on Wednesday.
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Tainan Enterprise (Cayman) Co., Ltd., a China-based garment designer and producer, has filed an application with the Taiwan Stock Exchange for a primary listing, the exchange said yesterday.
China's top think tank has predicted China will be the world's most powerful nation, second only to the United States, by the year 2050.
Zhang, a heavyset man in his 40s, has just taken his Beijing apartment off the rental market and is looking for a buyer.
Two bullet trains glided silently out of a gleaming new station Tuesday to inaugurate China's latest high speed rail line, as officials boasted of setting world records using domestic technology.
Shares in China Railway Construction slumped Tuesday after it said it expects to lose 4.2 billion yuan (US$623 million) in unforeseen costs on a rail line for Muslim pilgrims in Saudi Arabia.
The wife of jailed Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo has invited dozens of Chinese activists and luminaries to go to the Nobel award ceremony in Oslo on her behalf because mainland authorities are likely to block her from going.
Water rose to the maximum level at China's Three Gorges Dam on Tuesday, driving electricity output to full capacity at the world's largest hydropower plant for the first time since it began operating two years ago, its operator said.
Protesters burned a Japanese flag outside the country's consulate as hundreds marched Tuesday in the southwestern Chinese city of Chongqing, the latest flare-up triggered by a territorial dispute over a chain of islands.