U.S. told to stop meddling in HK affairs

The United States Senate's passage of the so-called Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019 has prompted strong opposition and protest from China, which warned it will take countermeasures to safeguard its sovereignty, security and development interests.

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  • U.S.-China Entrepreneurs Roundtable held in Beijing

    U.S.-China Entrepreneurs Roundtable held in Beijing

    Nov 21,2019

    A "trust deficit" versus a "trade deficit" – that was one of many topics at the U.S.-China Entrepreneurs Roundtable Meeting in Beijing on Tuesday. The meeting brings together over 70 high-level attendees from both countries. This includes a delegation of U.S. Democratic and Republican Party leaders, and representatives from local government, think tanks and companies.

  • Li stresses importance of rules-based free trade

    Li stresses importance of rules-based free trade

    Nov 21,2019

    Premier Li Keqiang underlined on Wednesday the importance of safeguarding the rules-based free trading system and jointly tackling mounting downward economic pressure to inject fresh momentum into global growth.

  • Excluding Huawei from German 5G network construction would send wrong signal of protectionism: ambassador

    Excluding Huawei from German 5G network construction would send wrong signal of protectionism: ambassador

    Nov 21,2019

    Unfoundedly excluding Huawei's involvement from setting up a 5G network in Germany would be blatant discrimination against Chinese companies and would send the wrong signal of protectionism, Chinese Ambassador to Germany Wu Ken said on Wednesday.

  • China to further lower tax burden on individuals

    China to further lower tax burden on individuals

    Nov 21,2019

    China will continue to reduce the tax burden on individuals by improving and better implementing the special individual income tax deduction mechanism.

  • U.S. gov't grants export licenses for some Huawei's suppliers in U.S.

    U.S. gov't grants export licenses for some Huawei's suppliers in U.S.

    Nov 21,2019

    The U.S. government has started to issue licenses to some U.S. suppliers, allowing them to resume shipping to China's telecom giant Huawei, The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.

  • Li lauds gains in healthcare, drug reforms

    Li lauds gains in healthcare, drug reforms

    Nov 21,2019

    China will improve its mechanism for centralized pharmaceuticals procurement to provide better and more affordable healthcare services, the State Council decided at an executive meeting chaired by Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday.

  • Wuhan industry park aims to manufacture 120 satellites a year

    Wuhan industry park aims to manufacture 120 satellites a year

    Nov 21,2019

    China plans to build a satellite industry park in Wuhan, capital of Central China's Hubei Province that can make as many as 120 satellites a year, the Global Times learned from the project contractor on Wednesday.

  • 100-mln-year-old lizard fossil found in NE China

    100-mln-year-old lizard fossil found in NE China

    Nov 21,2019

    Researchers from China University of Geosciences announced Tuesday that they have discovered a fossil of an extinct genus of lizard dating back about 100 million years in northeast China.

  • Increased effort urged to integrate 5G with more sectors

    Increased effort urged to integrate 5G with more sectors

    Nov 21,2019

    Telecom leaders are calling for more efforts to promote cross-sector cooperation and better integrate 5G into a wide range of industries, in order to fully tap into the potential of the new-generation superfast wireless technology.

  • China to launch two IoT satellites by year end

    China to launch two IoT satellites by year end

    Nov 20,2019

    China plans to launch two experimental satellites by the end of the year amid efforts to finally build a satellite-based Internet of Things, China Central Television reported.

  • New carrier rocket to debut in 2020

    New carrier rocket to debut in 2020

    Nov 20,2019

    China's new medium-lift launch vehicle Long March 8 will make its maiden flight next year, and it has entered the final stage of assembly and testing, according to the Fifth China International Commercial Aerospace Forum held on Tuesday.

  • China now No 2 in cited scientific papers

    China now No 2 in cited scientific papers

    Nov 20,2019

    China has moved into second place, behind the United States, in the total number of top-cited scientific papers over the last decade and "hot papers" in the last two years.

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