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Nation to top green list by 2030

[2014-11-25 05:45]

China will become the world's largest renewable energy market by 2030 if it can double the ratio of such sources as solar and wind in the total energy mix to 26 percent.

Cyber security should avoid becoming Achilles' heel

[2014-11-24 17:13]

As Internet firms propel Chinese business to the next stage, cyber security must become a top priority to prevent a potential achilles heel for rapid industrial development.

Chinese lead surge in New Zealand tourist arrivals

[2014-11-24 14:27]

China led the rise in overseas arrivals in New Zealand with visitor numbers up 6,000 year-on-year to 19,600 in October, the highest number of Chinese arrival for an October month.

Cross-continental journey for Brand New China

[2014-11-24 10:53]

Two young Dutch men challenged the perception that Chinese brands are not worthy of top-tier consideration by taking a 20,000 km, three-month journey.

Making an investment for the future

[2014-11-24 10:36]

Language lessons help professionals find better career opportunities.

All the world at the Shanghai fair

[2014-11-24 10:20]

China's vibrant publishing market has attracted a surging number of foreign publishers to the country to trade rights, showcase their creative content and exchange views with their Chinese counterparts.

Major hydroplant begins operation in power-thirsty Tibet

[2014-11-24 10:27]

Tibet's largest hydropower station became partly operational, harnessing the rich water resources of the Yarlung Zangbo River to develop the electricity-strapped region.

TCM to play bigger role in China's medical reform: official

[2014-11-24 10:17]

A health official said that traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) will take a bigger role in medical reform as TCM has advantage in prevention and health care.

China's telecom sector revenues down 4% in Oct

[2014-11-24 10:10]

Business revenues in China's telecommunications sector fell 4 percent to 89.1 billion yuan ($14.5 billion) in October.

China's interest rate cuts set to support property demand

[2014-11-24 09:48]

The interest rate cut is set to become another major boon for the sluggish property market and, following the easing of mortgage rules on Sept 30, will fuel demand.

Skies opening to civil aviation

[2014-11-24 08:00]

China will deepen its reform of low-altitude airspace management to boost the general aviation industry, Vice-Premier Ma Kai told an aviation meeting.

Better English, better future

[2014-11-24 07:50]

A study claims that young Chinese professionals with higher English proficiency can expect better career development.

Realtors get inventive to beef up sales amid property slowdown

[2014-11-24 07:19]

China's property market is due to come under pressure next year because of the slowdown in economic growth, with developers strengthening marketing campaigns to stimulate sales.

China's voice recognition sector to exceed 3b yuan in 2014

[2014-11-22 17:25]

The volume of China's intelligent voice recognition industry will exceed 3 billion yuan ($489 million) in 2014, 10 percent of the world market, according to a white paper released Friday.

China sees robust PV exports to Japan

[2014-11-22 14:18]

North China's Hebei Province saw robust growth of photovoltaic products to Japan in the first ten months, local customs authorities have said.

Crude prices rise amid China rate cut

[2014-11-22 11:21]

Crude prices increased Friday as China cut interest rates to boost its economy.

Robust land deals bring strength to realty sector

[2014-11-22 09:25]

The property market correction is continuing, but developers are quietly snapping up land in first-tier cities, betting the sector will warm up again in 2015.

Shoppers rediscover the joy of retail outlets

[2014-11-22 09:11]

About 26 percent of Chinese consumers said they would be shopping more in-store, versus 18 percent in the previous year, according to consulting firm Accenture.

Chinese visitor spending hits record in New Zealand

[2014-11-21 16:20]

Chinese visitors spent a record NZ$979 million ($772 million) in New Zealand in the year ending September, up 33 percent year on year.

Consumers seeking protection from pollution

[2014-11-21 14:34]

Constantly frustrated with hazardous air quality, more Chinese consumers are turning to products aimed at protecting their health.

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