Bay Area plan aims for world leading center

The much-anticipated development plan outline for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area was unveiled on Monday, aiming to turn the 11-city cluster into a globally influential international innovation and technology hub and an important support pillar for the B&R Initiative.

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    Feb 19,2019

    According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), people from China made 1.43 million short-term visits to Australia in 2018, up 6 percent on 2017, beating the 1.38 million from New Zealand.

  • U.S. states take legal action against Trump over national emergency declaration

    U.S. states take legal action against Trump over national emergency declaration

    Feb 19,2019

    Sixteen U.S. states Monday jointly sued U.S. President Donald Trump to challenge his national emergency declaration over funding a wall between the United States and Mexico.

  • Trump addresses Venezuelan community to pressure Maduro gov't

    Feb 19,2019

    U.S. President Donald Trump said Monday in Miami, Florida that the United States is seeking a peaceful transition in Venezuela without ruling out the use of force, apparently to mount pressure on Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.

  • Hundreds protest outside White House over Trump's border wall emergency

    Hundreds protest outside White House over Trump's border wall emergency

    Feb 19,2019

    Hundreds of protesters chanted outside the White House on Monday, the annual U.S. President Day holiday, as part of planned nationwide demonstrations against President Donald Trump's emergency declaration aimed to expand the highly controversial U.S.- Mexico border wall.

  • DPRK faces 'turning point' before summit

    DPRK faces 'turning point' before summit

    Feb 19,2019

    Next week's summit between the leaders of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and the United States will be decisive, as both sides are expected to press for more tangible moves to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula, experts say.

  • Chinese Vice Premier to visit U.S. for trade talks

    Chinese Vice Premier to visit U.S. for trade talks

    Feb 19,2019

    On the invitation of the United States, Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, who is also a member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and Chinese delegation head to the China-U.S. comprehensive economic dialogue, will visit Washington to continue trade talks with U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin from February 21 to 22.

  • Stock market set to stay on sound footing

    Stock market set to stay on sound footing

    Feb 19,2019

    China's A-share market is likely to remain bullish this week, while stock performances may diverge, analysts said.

  • SF Holding concludes $790 mln deal with Deutsche Post DHL Group

    SF Holding concludes $790 mln deal with Deutsche Post DHL Group

    Feb 19,2019

    Chinese express delivery company SF Holding and Deutsche Post DHL Group (DPDHL Group) have concluded the 5.5 billion yuan (790 million U.S. dollars) deal with a 10-year strategic partnership designed to launch supply chain operations in China under a co-branded business called – SF DHL Supply Chain China, SF Holding said Monday.

  • CNPC reports strong output, sales in January

    Feb 19,2019

    China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), the country's largest oil and gas producer and supplier, reported strong output and sales in January.

  • When will China achieve quality growth?

    When will China achieve quality growth?

    Feb 19,2019

    Even before the 2008 global financial crisis laid bare the limits of China's export-oriented growth model, the country's leaders were stressing the need for quality growth. As early as 2007, China argued that its economic growth had become "unstable, unbalanced, uncoordinated, and unsustainable."

  • U.S. toys may face 'price shocks'

    U.S. toys may face 'price shocks'

    Feb 19,2019

    For Jason Cheung, who owns a 40-year-old family business that makes educational toys, it is difficult to imagine moving production out of China, where his company has manufactured its products since the firm's founding.

  • White House mulling auto tariffs raises U.S. carmakers' concern

    Feb 19,2019

    The U.S. Commerce Department on Sunday submitted a report to the White House on whether to impose tariffs on imported cars and auto parts on national security grounds, drawing backlash from auto makers, suppliers, and industry groups.

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