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Super fireball lights up evening sky in N China
A golden UFO appeared in the northwestern sky and was seen by some citizens in Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei on the evening of Nov 30.
Just the ticket to Tianjin
The former commercial gateway to northern China is today a curious amalgam of architectural styles.
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Large number of petro plants threaten environment of bay
BEIJING - Petrochemical projects near North China's Bohai Bay have been a boon to the local economy but pose a threat to the region's environment, experts warn.
Millions of cars made in China, but few recalled
Only two out of this year's 66 passenger vehicle recalls in China were made by domestic brands, according to records on the country's auto recall website, again raising concerns over weak safety regulations.
Oil firm at odds with environmentalist 2011-12-20
ConocoPhillips China said on Monday that its research and analysis so far show the oil spills in Bohai Bay have caused "minimal lasting impact to the environment".
Millions of cars made in China, but few recalled 2011-12-19
Only two out of this year's 66 passenger vehicle recalls in China were made by domestic brands, according to records on the country's auto recall website, again raising concerns over weak safety regulations.
Putting high-speed travel back on track 2011-12-13
China's bullet-train ambitions hit a number of snags in 2011 and ultimately slowed down. It was not what the Ministry of Railways had pictured. 
Fishermen sue Conoco for compensation 2011-12-13
Over 100 fishermen on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against US energy giant ConocoPhilips's China branch, as they believe the company is responsible for June's massive oil spill in north China's Bohai Bay, according to their lawyer.
Lamy: China's membership has advanced global trade 2011-12-09
China's entry into WTO is a "win-win situation" for both China and other member countries, Pascal Lamy, director-general of the World Trade Organization, told a seminar in Tianjin on Sept 16 to celebrate China's 10th anniversary as a WTO member.
New rules for VC, PE firms to limit illegal fundraising 2011-12-09
BEIJING - China issued its first national regulations on Thursday for equity investment in unlisted companies in a move to crack down on illegal fund-raising in the domestic venture capital (VC) and private equity (PE) sectors.
Cold storage industry eyes mainland market 2011-12-07
International cold storage experts see China as a market where the industry can offset sluggish revenues in developed countries, building on growing middle-class demand for clean, safe and convenient food.
Vice-Premier stresses role of innovation 2011-12-02
Chinese Vice-Premier Li Keqiang has stressed the advancement of innovation and technology to fuel internal demand during a visit to north China's port city of Tianjin.
Residential property prices drop in Nov 2011-12-02
China's residential home prices dropped for the third straight month in November amid government tightening efforts designed to cool the market, according to a report released by the China Real Estate Index System on Thursday.
New-energy vehicles get official nod 2011-11-25
New-energy vehicles are now officially on the Chinese government's list of "to-buy" vehicles, according to a new high-level directive.
GM to test Chinese plug-in vehicle market with Volt 2011-11-22
General Motors Co (GM) will introduce its Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid car in China at an auto show on Nov 21, and dealers will begin taking orders for the model "shortly," the automaker said.
China attractive to investors since WTO entry 2011-11-21
China has become more and more attractive to foreign investors since it joined the World Trade Organization (WTO) ten years ago, said Ronald Christie, senior vice president of Novo Nordisk, a world leading company in diabetes care and healthcare.
Airbus opens Chinese logistics center 2011-11-19
TIANJIN - Airbus SAS opened a logistics company in Tianjin on Friday to provide support services for all the aircraft maker's programs in China.
Banks asked to halt short-term WMP 2011-11-18
Commercial lenders have received orders from banking regulators to halt sales of short-term individual wealth management products (WMP) with a maturity of less than a month, said a senior banking executive.
Chinese banks to get liquidity boost 2011-11-07
China's cash-strapped banks may soon get an injection of capital, thanks to fiscal funding, not a loosening of government policy.
Heavy helicopter industry to fly after joint venture 2011-11-08
Major helicopter producer is in talks with its Russian counterpart to jointly develop a 33-ton heavy-lift helicopter, a senior manager said.
Wen stresses inflation control, policy fine-tuning 2011-10-25
China will maintain control of the intensity, pace and focus of economic regulation and fine-tune economic policies properly, Premier Wen Jiabao said Tuesday.
Airbus predicts China to become key aviation market 2011-10-17
China will take center stage in the development of the global aviation industry, Airbus President and CEO Thomas Enders said here Friday.
Italian style finds outlet in China 2011-10-09
Amid the rolling green farmland that stretches out in between China's capital and one of its largest port cities, a replica of a 16th-century Italian town has taken shape among the fields.
2011 Summer Davos Forum closes in Dalian 2011-09-19
The 2012 Summer Davos Forum will be held in north China's Tianjin, Robert Greenhill, managing director and chief business officer of World Economy Forum, announced at the closing ceremony.
Helicopter giants woo Chinese customers 2011-09-17
Whirlybirds and choppers took to the skies above crowds of spectators on Friday at the China Helicopter Exposition in the northern port city of Tianjin, with global helicopter manufacturers scrambling for a piece of China's fledgling helicopter market.
Local government financing is China's "subprime": Cheng 2011-09-17
In the port city of Tianjin on Friday, Vice-Mayor Cui Jindu told a briefing that the municipality's financing vehicles would have "no problem" repaying debt this year.
China unveils ultra-light civil helicopter 2011-09-16
The first ultra-light civil helicopter manufactured in China made its debut Thursday at the first China Helicopter Exposition, which runs from Thursday to Sunday in the northern port city of Tianjin.
Manufacturer to deliver 10 helicopters this year 2011-09-13
China Aviation Industry Helicopter Corp., Ltd. will manufacture 10 civilian helicopters this year with the help of its newly opened plant in north China's Tianjin Municipality.
Expecting to make a big impact on schools 2011-09-13
Wizard recently signed an agreement with the Shanghai Overseas Education Institute (SOEI), an arm of the Shanghai government.
SABIC reaffirms commitment to China’s growth 2011-09-12
SABIC reaffirmed its commitment to support China’s national development priority for sustainable growth at the China Petroleum and Chemical International Conference (CPCIC) 2011.
Sinopec eyes unconventional oil & gas capacity 2011-09-08
Sinopec Corp, Asia's top refiner and China's second largest oil producer, aims to build some unconventional oil and gas production capacity as soon as possible.
Oil factories feel the heat 2011-09-02
Recent accidents have caused growing alarm over the safety of petrochemical plants.
Bombardier plans growth 2011-08-31
The suspension of new high-speed rail (HSR) projects in China has sent the Canadian train maker Bombardier Inc in search of new growth drivers in the country.
Great Wall Motors unveils Haval 6 at factory opening in Tianjin 2011-08-26
China's major SUV maker -- Great Wall Motors -- has unveiled its newest Haval series of SUVs, H6, at the opening of its new factory in north China's Tianjin municipality.
Rising prices eat into food companies' income 2011-08-24
Two major food companies said that they are facing mounting pressure from rising raw material prices which are eroding profits.
German group drawn by China's vehicle ambitions 2011-08-24
German logistics service provider BLG Logistics Group officially entered the Chinese market by establishing a local joint venture on Tuesday, saying that it saw a promising future in the world's largest vehicle market.
Great Wall shares decline on sales doubts 2011-08-23
Shares of Great Wall Motor Co fell the most in more than two months in Hong Kong trading on Monday. The decline came after Wei Jianjun, the company's chairman, said China's largest maker of pickup trucks may not meet its 500,000-unit sales target this year.
Philips aims for healthy expansion in Chinese market 2011-08-20
Seeing good momentum in the global healthcare sector, Royal Philips Electronics NV is planning to expand its healthcare business in China's rural areas.
China ready to ship food aid to Africa 2011-08-20
BEIJING - China will start shipments of food aid to northeast African countries by the end of this month to ease famine caused by severe drought in the region, an official from the Ministry of Commerce said on Friday.
Coke to invest $4b in China 2011-08-19
Coca-Cola Co announced on Thursday that it will join with its bottling partners to invest $4 billion in China between 2012 and 2014.
Tianjin to become the largest grain and cooking oil processing center 2011-08-17
The first stage of a grain oil production hub by the China National Cereals, Oils & Foodstuffs Corporation (COFCO) went on stream in Tianjin recently. 
IAG buys stake in Bohai Property 2011-08-15
Insurance Australia Group will buy a 20 percent stake in a Chinese insurer for around $107 million in a foray into the world's second-largest economy, marking a key step in securing 10 percent of gross written premium from Asia by 2016.
VW seeks more of FAW partnership 2011-08-15
As China's auto market sets global records and holds the promise of even greater gains, the nation's top luxury carmaker is pushing for a bigger share - of its own partnership.
China opens grain and cooking oil processing center 2011-08-13
China's largest grain and cooking oil processing center went into operation on Friday in the northern city of Tianjin as a first stage of the grain and oil development project.

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