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It is not clear if Nadella will meet with any Chinese government representatives as part of his visit, or try to resolve issues with China's antitrust regulators.

Restrictions loosened on overseas ownership of hospitals

China is to allow foreign investors to wholly own hospitals in seven cities and provinces, further opening up the fast-growing private hospital sector.


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New maritime Silk Road to promote ties with ASEAN

The willingness of China and Association of Southeast Asian Nations members to build the 21st century maritime Silk Road will inject impetus into upgrading the ASEAN-China Free Trade Area over the long term.


Wanda joins Tencent, Baidu to move into e-commerce

China's leading property developer Dalian Wanda Group Co Ltd is about to set up an e-commerce joint venture with Internet companies.


Investors acquiring thirst for dairy assets

A rising demand for milk draws financing from industrial giants, private equity firms and wealth funds, reports Wang Zhuoqiong.


Volvo's XC90 drives the company into a new era

Volvo Car Group unveiled its first model on Tuesday since being acquired by Chinese company Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co four years ago.


Lenovo settles US laptop lawsuit for $70m

Lenovo will spend about $49 million to repair Lenovo IdeaPad laptops sold in the US, as well as about $20 million in cash refunds and credit to settle a 2013 suit involving the company's ultrabook products.

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