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Sales of commercial housing in Zhejiang slump by 19.5%


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Beijing water plant ready for water diversion project


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Online retailers gear up for 'double 11'


Shopping mall develops farmland to promote green lifestyle

ICBC battles rise in bad loans

Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd, the world's largest lender by assets, reported its biggest jump in bad loans since at least 2006.

SouFun: Home prices may fall further

China's property price slump may extend into next year, according to the founder of the country's biggest property information website.

Precious metal shipments to Hong Kong under scrutiny

Investigators have been sent to the southern province of Guangdong to probe a seven-fold surge in precious-metals exports as China intensifies scrutiny of growing irregularities in trade figures.

New chapter for M&A as 'China growth' story ends

China gets tough to combat pollution


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Cash injection eases shipbuilder's financial woes

China Rongsheng Heavy Industries Group Holdings Ltd, the private-sector shipbuilder has secured cash for restructuring and announced changing the company's name as it shifts focus to energy.


Foreign language apps find a larger following

There has been a surge in the use of foreign language apps accessed by smartphones, according to a survey, with women in particular keen to be taught via their handset.

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Oxford can play a bigger role in reflecting change

Rana Mitter, director of the new Dickson Poon University of Oxford China Centre, believes China should now be seen as a plural noun rather than as a singular noun.

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