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  • Belt and Road Countries -- Vanuatu

    China and Vanuatu signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for cooperation on the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in November 2018.

    September25,2020


  • Belt and Road Countries -- Niue

    China and Niue signed  a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for cooperation on the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)  in July 2018.

    September25,2020


  • Domestic market supports the resumption of China's tourism industry

    China Tourism Academy published a report on the development of China's domestic tourism industry in 2020 on September 14, pointing out that domestic market serves as a solid foundation for tourism rejuvenation under regular epidemic prevention and control.

    September24,2020


  • China's market watchdog issues fine following Luckin Coffee's bid to cheat competition

    China's top market watchdog has issued a fine of 61 million yuan (about 9 million U.S. dollars) to Luckin Coffee and 43 third-party firms after an investigation confirmed they had violated the country's anti-unfair competition law.

    September22,2020


  • JD Health plans to go public on Hong Kong bourse

    Chinese online retail giant JD.com announced on Monday that it is planning to spin off its health care subsidiary JD Health and list it on the Hong Kong stock exchange, the Xinhua-run China Securities Journal reported on Monday.

    September22,2020


  • Xinhua Headlines: China's catering industry to achieve restorative growth

    As dinnertime approached, food aficionados began to form a long line at the entrance of a popular crayfish restaurant in Changsha, capital of central China's Hunan Province.

    September21,2020


  • Aluminum project with 2.03 mln t/yr capacity starts production in SW. China's Yunnan

    A project with an annual capacity of 2.03 million metric tons (tonnes) of green aluminum started operation on Thursday in an industrial park in Yanshan County, southwest China's Yunnan Province.

    September18,2020


  • Highlights of Chinese policies supporting economic recovery

    China's economic recovery continues to gather steam as the country has rolled out a series of policies and measures, including providing more financial support and tax reduction, as well as promoting foreign trade and consumption to revive the coronavirus-battered economy and boost employment.

    September18,2020


  • China's environmental protection industry sees rapid dev. with revenue scaling to RMB1.78trln

    The operating revenue of China's environmental protection industry expanded to approximately 1.78 trillion yuan in 2019, up 11.3 percent year on year which outpaced the country's GDP growth of 6.1 percent, according to Zhao Yingmin, deputy head of the Ministry of Ecology and Environment.

    September17,2020


  • South-South In Action -- Ghana: Power Plant Project

    The United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation (UNOSSC) has published the South-South in Action series of seven case studies showing the great impact made by the China-Africa Development Fund (CADFund) in Africa in advancing the achievement of the UN sustainable development goals (SDGs).

    September15,2020


  • China's box office hits 5 bln yuan since reopening of theaters

    China's box-office revenue has hit 5 billion yuan (about 733 million U.S. dollars) by Monday since theaters reopened on July 20 following months of closure due to COVID-19.

    September15,2020


  • China's robot industry on fast track

    China sees thriving robot industry with wide application and strong demand of robots, reported Economic Information Daily Monday.

    September14,2020


  • Shenzhen sees over 90,000 foreign-invested enterprises

    More than 90,000 foreign-invested enterprises have been set up in Shenzhen, one of the symbols of China's reform and opening up, since the city issued the first business license for a foreign-funded company in 1981.

    September14,2020


  • China's rural tourism rapidly recovering: ministry

    Data from China's Ministry of Culture and Tourism shows that the number of tourists and total income of rural tourism in July and August have recovered to more than 90 percent of that of the same period in previous years.

    September14,2020


  • Belt and Road Countries --- Kiribati

    China and Kiribati signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for cooperation on the Belt and Road Initiative in Beijing on January 6, 2020.

    September11,2020


  • Most U.S. companies in China plan to stay: AmCham Shanghai

    While there has been considerable talk about US companies moving production or supply chains out of China in response to geopolitical concerns, tariffs or supply chain weaknesses exposed by COVID-19, very few companies are moving much production,

    September11,2020


  • China's top private firms see growth in 2019

    The latest rankings for China's 500 largest private enterprises came out Thursday, with the companies registering an overall growth in 2019.

    September11,2020


  • China's cement output picks up in July amid economic recovery

    China's cement sector reported slight growth in output in July, reflecting the country's economic recovery, official data showed.

    September10,2020


  • ​China becomes the world's largest e-sports market: PwC

    China had overtaken the Republic of Korea and the United States in 2019 and become the largest e-sports market around the globe, said the global auditing and consulting firm PwC in a report.

    September10,2020


  • Most U.S. companies in China plan to stay: AmCham Shanghai

    While there has been considerable talk about US companies moving production or supply chains out of China in response to geopolitical concerns, tariffs or supply chain weaknesses exposed by COVID-19, very few companies are moving much production,

    September10,2020


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