Trade tension risks under control

The United States has benefited greatly from Sino-U.S. trade despite its trade deficit with China, and accusations regarding China's alleged intellectual property theft and forced technology transfers are unfounded, senior Chinese officials said on Tuesday.

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  • Why the outlook for China's economy remains strong

    Why the outlook for China's economy remains strong

    Sep 26,2018

    A rising middle consumer class and further reform and opening up are key factors behind China's ability to continue thriving economically, despite ongoing trade frictions with the United States.

  • China unlikely to follow further Fed rate hike: analysts

    China unlikely to follow further Fed rate hike: analysts

    Sep 26,2018

    China's central bank will keep a firm monetary policy stance and is unlikely to follow a possible interest rate hike by the U.S.The Fed is set to announce its interest rate decision on Thursday Beijing time, with analysts widely anticipating that it will lift interest rates again.

  • Beijing renews catalogue of industries under prohibition and restriction

    Beijing renews catalogue of industries under prohibition and restriction

    Sep 26,2018

    Major changes have been made in industries planning of Beijing’s urban and sub-center areas, according to the city’s newly issued Catalogue for the Prohibition and Restriction of Newly Increased Industries (2018 Edition) on Wednesday.

  • Beijing rolls out new industry growth regulation

    Beijing rolls out new industry growth regulation

    Sep 26,2018

    Beijing has released its latest list of industries placed under restricted and prohibited development as part of ongoing efforts to address "big city diseases".

  • Forbes China releases top 10 CEO list

    Forbes China releases top 10 CEO list

    Sep 26,2018

    Pony Ma of Tencent, Daniel Zhang Yong of Alibaba and Wang Zuji of China Construction Bank Corp took the top three spots in the latest ranking of best chief executive officers as compiled by Forbes China.

  • MUJI store in Beijing rejects sampling inspection of products

    MUJI store in Beijing rejects sampling inspection of products

    Sep 26,2018

    A branch store of the Japanese retailer MUJI in Beijing reportedly refused to allow sampling inspection of its products by the local industrial and commercial authority on September 21.

  • MUJI store in Beijing rejects sampling inspection of products

    MUJI store in Beijing rejects sampling inspection of products

    Sep 26,2018

    A branch store of the Japanese retailer MUJI in Beijing reportedly refused to allow sampling inspection of its products by the local industrial and commercial authority on September 21.

  • 45 officials in Henan punished for failing to prevent grave robberies

    45 officials in Henan punished for failing to prevent grave robberies

    Sep 26,2018

    Forty-five officials in Anyang, Central China's Henan Province, were held accountable for not fulfilling their responsibilities in preventing frequent grave robberies at the acclaimed Yinxu site.

  • Chongqing adds programming to school curriculum

    Chongqing adds programming to school curriculum

    Sep 26,2018

    Programming will be a compulsory course for elementary and middle school students in Chongqing, according to a circular issued by the education commission in the southwestern municipality, cnr.cn reported.

  • Shanghai imposes heavy fines for mixing sorted garbage

    Shanghai imposes heavy fines for mixing sorted garbage

    Sep 26,2018

    Waste disposal operators in Shanghai will face a fine of up to 100,000 yuan ($14,585) if they are found mixing sorted garbage during the collection and transportation process.

  • Beluga whale spotted in River Thames

    Beluga whale spotted in River Thames

    Sep 26,2018

    The people of Tilbury in Essex in southeast England received a shock on Tuesday afternoon as a beluga whale was spotted making its way up the River Thames, the first time that the mammal was spotted in the famous British river in 105 years.

  • Health issues brewing as tippling takes off

    Health issues brewing as tippling takes off

    Sep 26,2018

    Per capita alcohol consumption in China soared by almost 76 percent between 2005 and 2016, causing increasing health consequences, according to a report by the World Health Organization.

  • World's oldest captive giant panda enjoys mooncake at Mid-Autumn Festival

    Sep 25,2018

    One of the world's oldest captive giant panda alive today, Xin Xing, enjoyed her feast, a mooncake with fruits and bamboo shoots on its top, at Mid-Autumn Festival in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality.

  • Giant panda cub meets public in Guangzhou

    Giant panda cub meets public in Guangzhou

    Sep 21,2018

    Giant panda cub Longzai makes its public debut with his mother Longlong at the Chimelong Safari Park in Guangzhou, South China’s Guangdong province on September 20, 2018. Giant panda cub Longzai was born at the park on July 12.

  • Mining company accused of damaging panda habitat

    Mining company accused of damaging panda habitat

    Sep 20,2018

    A court in Southwest China's Sichuan Province recently accepted a case accusing a company's mining operations of damaging a giant panda habitat in a national reserve.

  • AI to bring giant panda Basi back to life as cultural symbol

    AI to bring giant panda Basi back to life as cultural symbol

    Sep 14,2018

    A project has been launched to employ artificial intelligence alongside images and video material to bring back to life the giant panda Basi, the world's oldest captive panda that died at the age of 37 in 2017.

  • Japan-born panda cub to make public debut

    Japan-born panda cub to make public debut

    Sep 12,2018

    A female giant panda cub born at a zoo in Japan will make her first public appearance Thursday at the Japanese Zoo, according to a source with the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in southwest China's Sichuan Province.

  • Rare brown panda to become father

    Rare brown panda to become father

    Sep 12,2018

    Qizai, a nine-year-old giant panda of the rare Qinling subspecies, is set to be a dad soon.

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