Rancher Jay Wolf of Bartlett, Nebraska, shows off some of his cattle. Top inset: A hostess holds a tray of sliced US beef at an event to celebrate its reintroduction to China in Beijing on June 30. Bottominset: At the same event, US Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue (center) laughs with industry leaders Luan Richeng (right) and Craig Uden as they cut into a roast.Amyhe / China Daily, Ap

Xi launches financial reforms

China unveiled reform plans on Saturday to improve the financial sector's capabilities and serve the real economy while guarding against systemic risks.


Villagers Demand Name Of Disputed Statue's New Holder

Plaintiffs from East China begin court case to retrieve an 11th-century golden statue of the Buddha that contains human remains.


UK celebrates icon Austen on bicentenary

WINCHESTER, United Kingdom - Two hundred years after Jane Austen's death, Britain is celebrating one of its best-loved authors, who combined romance with biting social commentary that still speaks to fans around the world.


Building new marine economy

After delivering frigates to naval forces of Algeria and Pakistan, and mega-container ships, liquefied natural gas or LNG carriers and vehicle carriers to shipowners in the United States, Norway, Denmark, Germany and Singapore, Chinese shipyards have recently made inroads into the high-end ship segment, to compete with their South Korean competitors.


Having fun with science

Albert Einstein may have thought quantum entanglement kind of "spooky", but the world's first quantum satellite, launched by China last year, has proved that the phenomenon of particles remaining connected so that actions performed on one affect the others, still exists at a distance of over 1,200 kilometers.


Moneyed Milan eyes renaissance

ROME - It's the type of freewheeling spending spree that has been the domain of Middle East sheikhs and Russian oligarchs in recent years.

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Overall sales slow, but patterns differ by sector

China's gigantic car market, which had been in the fast lane for years, is now hitting speed bumps, yet the country's leading industry association said it remains cautiously optimistic about the market this year.

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Bayer 'Super Interns' pursue change, gain experience

Bayer China's top management members have offered internships to eight Chinese university students. The selected students will participate in the 30-day 2017 Bayer Super Intern program in Bayer's Shanghai and Beijing offices between July and August.