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Canberra nods Chinese investment in uranium miner

[2009-10-26 21:46]

The Australian government approved on Monday a Chinese mining company to take stake in unlisted uranium explorer Raisama Ltd.

China urges EU to revoke anti-dumping decisions

[2009-10-26 21:38]

China hopes the European Union can revoke the decision and ruling that violate the World Trade Organization rules and hurt bilateral trade, the Ministry of Commerce said in a statement on its website Monday.

Chinese navy vessel sails for ROK, Japan

[2009-10-26 21:38]

The "Zhenghe" training vessel of the Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy left Dalian, northeast China's Liaoning Province, Monday for visits to the Republic of Korea and Japan.

Expert sees big health market in China

[2009-10-26 18:20]

China, though with increasing number of obese people, has the greatest opportunity to lead the wellness industry in the world, said Paul Zane Pilzer, the wellness theory founder and former economic adviser to two US presidents

China's GDP forecast to grow 10.6% in Q4

[2009-10-26 16:37]

China's GDP will grow 10.6 percent in the fourth quarter of 2009, with the consumer price index (CPI) turning positive and gaining 0.5 percent.

Aussies say to welcome Chinese investment for long

[2009-10-26 13:52]

Australian Foreign Minister Stephen Smith said here Monday Australia maintains a long-standing, consistent, open and welcoming stance towards foreign investment, from wherever it comes, including from China.

Mergers drop number of centrally-administered SOEs to 132

[2009-10-26 13:45]

As a result of three mergers, the number of China's centrally-administered State-owned Enterprises (SOEs) has decreased to 132 from 135.

For China's early rock stars, life begins at 40

[2009-10-26 09:49]

The release of his debut album Naked turned Zheng Jun into the rock sensation on the mainland in 1993, with legions of fans drawn to his introspective lyrics, angry sounds and moody looks.

Make Copenhagen a development round

[2009-10-26 07:59]

With each passing day we hear more and more about efforts by different nations to help secure a global deal at the coming Copenhagen conference.

E. Asia, ASEAN cooperate for common good

[2009-10-26 07:46]

Sixteen countries across Asia and the Pacific are cozying up to find their way out of the economic recession together.Premier Wen Jiabao said China said it would provide $15 billion in credit to other ASEAN countries.

Public cringes at vaccine shot

[2009-10-26 07:45]

More than 54 percent of Chinese people do not plan to receive the A/H1N1 flu vaccine for safety and quality concerns, according to a new survey by China Daily and

Mainland, Taiwan to bridge Straits with economic pact

[2009-10-26 07:44]

The Chinese mainland and Taiwan yesterday agreed to start formal talks on signing an economic cooperation agreement by the end of this year.

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