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Internet firms 'must obey rules'

Foreign websites must abide by Chinese laws and its Internet management policies, if they want to operate in the country, a top official said on Tuesday.

Car ownership tops 154 million in China in 2014

China added a record 17 million new cars on the road in 2014 as car ownership reaches 154 million, said the Ministry of Public Security on Tuesday.

Govt takes longer view on fiscal planning

China will draft its fiscal policy on a three-year basis, instead of the current one year, to better manage its fiscal budget and improve the efficiency of resource allocation.

Regulator lowers PE crowdfunding threshold

China plans to build Beijing-Moscow high-speed rail


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Nippon Paint China sweeps China Charity Festival awards

At the 4th China Charity Festival, in Beijing, on Jan 22, Nippon Paint China put in a successful effort and walked away with three major awards.


Volkswagen recalls 61k cars over faulty engines

Imported and locally produced Volkswagen, Audi, and Porsche branded cars powered by 3.0-liter V6 TFSI engines are set to be recalled for a bad seal in the fuel injection system.


Motorola back to China market

Motorola Mobility LLP is saying "Hello Moto" once again to China, three years after abandoning the world's largest smartphone market.

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