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China's Sept fiscal revenue up 33% year-on-year

[2009-10-16 14:35]

China’s fiscal revenue amounted to 560.94 billion yuan ($82.16 billion) in September, up 33 percent compared to the same month last year, according to data from the Ministry of Finance.

Putin's 1st official visit to Beijing enthuses Russian media

[2009-10-16 14:27]

Major Russian media have given extensive coverage of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's visit to China on October 12-14, speaking highly of the trip and expressing optimism over the prospects of Russian-China ties.

'Most impressive beggar' to publish 2nd book

[2009-10-16 13:33]

A begger named Xia Haibo(R) sells his book "Diary of a Beggar" in Jiefang Street, Wuhan, Central China's Hubei Province, October 15, 2009.

China Real Estate IPO prices within expectations

[2009-10-16 13:07]

China Real Estate Information Corp raised about $216 million on Thursday with an initial public offering of American Depositary Receipts that priced within expectations.

China's fiscal revenue up 33% in September

[2009-10-16 11:14]

China's fiscal revenue rose 33 percent from a year earlier to hit 560.94 billion yuan ($82.13 billion) in September, the Ministry of Finance announced on Friday.

Wen: China to continue to develop western region

[2009-10-16 10:48]

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said Friday that China had made great achievements in developing its western regions in the last 10 years and it would unswervingly stick to the strategy adopted in 2000.

Vice president arrives in Budapest on visit to Hungary

[2009-10-16 09:58]

Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping arrived in Budapest on an official visit to Hungary on Thursday night after his tour to Bulgaria.

Chinese group buys 13% of NZ farming supplier

[2009-10-16 09:29]

China's seed and agriculture researcher Agria Corp. is to buy a 13 percent stake in New Zealand's PGG Wrightson, with the aim of becoming a cornerstone shareholder.

Oh baby, look who's up for sale online

[2009-10-16 09:19]

A young man is regretting what he called a joke, and one that others just didn't find funny - putting his baby niece up for sale on the Internet.

China's Mecca pilgrims to get free flu vaccine

[2009-10-16 09:14]

Chinese Muslims planning to participate in the annual pilgrimage to Mecca are being offered free H1N1 flu jabs from the government before they go, the China Islamic Association said Thursday.

Boeing sees no order cut from China: exec

[2009-10-16 09:13]

Boeing Co. has received no cancellations of aircraft orders from Chinese airlines, a senior executive said on Thursday, although deliveries have been adjusted as carriers trim costs to cope with weak demand.

Officials punished for misuse of funds

[2009-10-16 08:10]

A total of 135 officials have violated laws or Party discipline in handling the country's economic stimulus projects, as teams were dispatched to supervise the allocation of matching funds from local governments and oversee the flow of the stimulus money.

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