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Zhejiang exports increase at a faster pace in September

 

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Concerns rise as GMO debate shifts from field to dinner table

China, the world's most-populous country and the biggest consumer of rice, soybeans and wheat, has begun a campaign to push genetically modified organisms as it seeks to expand food supplies.

EU opts not to investigate China's telecommunications imports

Brussels has decided not to launch an anti-subsidies investigation into Chinese telecommunications equipment makers Huawei Technologies Co. and ZTE Corp.

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Economy

Robust spending keeps growth on track

Bigger consumer spending will drive economic growth across entire swaths of Southeast Asia this year and next as consumer classes come online in much of the region.

Companies

Sealed for freshness in orange and blue with a $5.1m target

Heng Qidong, managing director of Shanghai Maling (Czech) A.S., says it was a combination of luck and insight that led to the Chinese canned meat producer's tremendous popularity in the Czech Republic.

Industries

Spreading the right word to the world

With China's growing status in the global economy and closer cooperation with countries in Southeast Asia, the number of people learning Chinese in the region is on the rise.

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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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