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BMW Audi Jan Sales in China Boosted

Germany's BMW announced on February 2 that January's auto sales climbed approximately 30% year on year to 26,500 units in mainland China, keeping a large growth from 2011. Luxury auto brand under its umbrella Audi also released data on the

China, South Sudan vow to further bilateral ties

Asenior official of the Communist Party of China (CPC) said on Thursday [20 October] that China will work with South Sudan to promote the comprehensive and sound development of bilateral ties. Wang Jiarui, head of the International Departme

(Corr) China denies entry to Italian priest despite issuing visa

Text of report by Danny Mok headlined "Border guards turn away activist priest at Lo Wu" published by Hong Kong newspaper South China Morning Post website on 26 JulyOutspoken activist priest Father Franco Mella was denied entry to the mainla

Chinese foreign minister hails country's ties with ASEAN

Bali, Indonesia, 23 July - Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi was jointly interviewed by Chinese media after attending the ASEAN [Association of Southeast Asian Nations] Regional Forum's foreign ministers meeting on 23 July. The full text

Envoy asks Chinese firms to improve relationship with Zambian government

Chinese companies have been asked to improve their relationship with the Zambian government and local people to boost their grip on huge infrastructural projects currently being enjoyed. And China's Sinohydro has started building the Us $2

Rwandan court gives government go-ahead to sell off Libyan-owned telecoms firm

Kigali, 21 July - Libyan government-owned firm Rwandatel could be on the path to be recovered by the Rwanda government following a court ruling that has given a go ahead to the authorities to decide the fate of the troubled company. The Com

China, South Africa presidents discuss Libya situation

Beijing, 21 July - By prior arrangement on 21 July, President Hu Jintao talked over phone with South African President Zuma. The two countries' heads of state exchanged views on bilateral relations and on issues of common concern. The two c

China, Vietnam foreign ministers discuss maritime border dispute

Bali (Indonesia) 21 July - On 21 July during his attendance of the foreign ministers meeting of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations' [ASEAN] Regional Forum in Bali, Indonesia, China's Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi met with Vietnam's D

Chinese premier urges stronger efforts to save energy, cut emissions

Premier Wen Jiabao called for intensified efforts to save energy and reduce emissions over the next five years to ease climate change and promote sustainable development. The country fulfilled most of its binding energy-saving and emission

Chinese premier urges stronger efforts to save energy, cut emissions

Premier Wen Jiabao called for intensified efforts to save energy and reduce emissions over the next five years to ease climate change and promote sustainable development. The country fulfilled most of its binding energy-saving and emission

Pakistan to "greatly benefit" from increased cooperation with China

China has played a significant role in the economic progress of Pakistan ever since the establishment of diplomatic ties between them. The first major initiative in this regard was the setting up of Heavy Mechanical Complex at Taxila; a pro

China provides free health insurance to over 400,000 children

More than 400,000 orphans and children of poor families in China have been given free insurance to cover 12 critical illnesses, according to a children insurance foundation. The China Children Insurance Foundation (CCIF) made the announceme

Chinese president backs reform in military education

Hu Jintao, general secretary of the CPC Central Committee, state president, and chairman of the Central Military Commission [CMC], met with delegates to the 16th Conference of Army-Wide Military Academies and Schools in the Great Hall of th

Chinese authorities shut 829 websites in action against online cheating

Chinese authorities shut down 829 websites and online stores involved in selling counterfeit goods in a six-month campaign from December to May to clamp down on online cheating, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Friday [15 July]. As of th

China, Ireland aim to boost trade partnership

Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny on Thursday [14 July] said he hoped China could play a vital role in Ireland's economic recovery. Our recovery will be export-led and our strong trading relationship with China is an essential part of trading

China to abide by WTO rules in rare earth production

China pledged on Friday [15 July] it will abide by World Trade Organization rules and apply same policies to both domestic and overseas companies in rare earth production, processing and export. Ministry of Commerce spokesman Yao Jian said

Hong Kong paper reports 41 per cent Chinese websites closed in one year

The number of websites on the mainland almost halved last year, an official think tank says - but it denies a clampdown by the authorities is mainly to blame. The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences' Annual Report on the Development of New M

Spills at offshore Chinese oilfield threat to marine biodiversity

Two oil spill accidents struck production platforms in China's biggest offshore oilfield, at the mouth of Bohai Bay, within days last month, causing unknown environmental damage and prompting a massive clean-up campaign, a government offici

Kenyan paper urges China to exert "positive influence" on Khartoum government

The visit to China by Sudanese President Umar al-Bashir is a cementing of the good bilateral relations the two countries have maintained. But as South Sudan becomes a new republic in two weeks, the question is what role China will play in t

China president urges party to hold socialism banner high

The Communist Party of China (CPC) must adhere to and improve the socialist system with Chinese characteristics, Chinese President Hu Jintao said on Friday. The path of socialism with Chinese characteristics is the only way for China to ach

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Reports of the attack by Taleban fighters on the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul have been received with deep concern. According to media reports, it was mainly civilians who were killed. We

Russia condemns hotel attack in Afghan capital

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The World Bank (WB) has provided 7.024bn rupees (99m dollars) for to implement the Nepal India Electricity Transmission and Trade Project (NIETTP). The agreement to this effect was signed by Lal

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Beirut: Today, the regime of Bashar al-Assad is freely using surveillance equipment over a network provided by Area SpA to spy on [its fellow] citizens. So claims a Lebanon-exiled Syrian hacker who,

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The visit to China by Sudanese President Umar al-Bashir is a cementing of the good bilateral relations the two countries have maintained. But as South Sudan becomes a new republic in two weeks, the

Kenyan paper urges China to exert "positive

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The last decade has seen an increase in the number of Malaysians taking up eco-friendly practices and ways of life. Malaysians have become increasingly aware of the environment and the potential

Eco-friendly trends in Malaysia

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Italian utility Enel has finalized the sale of its Bulgarian thermal power plant, Maritsa East Three, to US fund Contour Global. The sale went through on Tuesday [29 June] in Vienna, consultant on

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Italian utility Enel has finalized the sale of its Bulgarian thermal power

The number of websites on the mainland almost halved last year, an official think tank says - but it denies a clampdown by the authorities is mainly to blame. The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences'

Hong Kong paper reports 41 per cent Chinese websites

The number of websites on the mainland almost halved last year, an official

South Korean President Lee Myung-bak and Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz al Saud agreed Wednesday [8 February] to expand cooperation to health care, defence, Internet technology and all other

South Korean president, Saudi king pledge to expand

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The operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant said Thursday it started to inject nitrogen into the No. 3 reactor to reduce the risk of further hydrogen explosions, a move marking

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The number of Internet users was up 1,750 per cent in Turkey in the last decade. According to International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the number of Internet users reached 35m from 2m in the last

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