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China and Japan had been competing to construct the high-speed rail system in an attempt to secure a multibillion-dollar contract.

China and Russia seal raft of energy deals

Russian gas producer Novatek signed a framework agreement for China's Silk Road Fund to obtain a 9.9 percent stake in its Yamal LNG project.

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Companies

Delta to step up ties with China Eastern

Delta Air Lines Inc and China Eastern Airlines Corp will deepen their cooperation, officials of the two airlines said, giving Delta a stronger foothold in the world's fastest-growing aviation market while the Chinese carrier penetrates further into the United States.

Industries

Sky's the limit for defense giants

China is stepping up plans to turn military technology into commercial success, which will fuel economic growth in the country.

Motoring

BYD to export 10,000 vehicles to Sudan

Warren Buffett-backed Chinese carmaker BYD Co Ltd said on Wednesday that it has inked a deal to supply 10,000 vehicles, including new-energy cars and gasoline-powered vehicles, to Sudan.

Technology

Xiaomi looking to the West for growth

Xiaomi Corp, the world's third-largest smartphone maker, is targeting expansion in developed markets after carving a niche for itself in the developing world, as part of its efforts to end reliance on the domestic market.

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