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  • Feature: China's easing of COVID-19 restrictions reignites hope among Ugandan business community

    China's easing of COVID-19 restrictions for international travelers has reignited hope among the Ugandan business community, which has argued that trade is going to boom after a three-year lull.


  • Role of traditional Chinese medicine highlighted in COVID-19 treatment protocol

    China's latest diagnosis and treatment protocol for COVID-19 fully reflects the valuable experience of using Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in the treatment of severe and critical cases, according to a health official.


  • China vows to leverage traditional medicine strength in COVID-19 treatment

    China will further leverage the unique strength of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in COVID-19 treatment, said a new circular from the State Council inter-agency task force for COVID-19 response.


  • More China-aided anti-epidemic supplies handed over to Laos

    A new batch of China-aided medical supplies for COVID-19 prevention and control were handed over to Laos on Monday afternoon.


  • Int'l cargo flight frequency of Shanghai airport returns to normal

    The average daily frequency of cargo flights and freight volume of the Shanghai Pudong International Airport returned to a normal level in the first week of July, as the recent COVID-19 epidemic has waned in the city, according to the Shanghai Airport Authority.


  • Economic Watch: Shanghai going all out to ensure productivity amid epidemic

    The first thing that Shanghai, the city with the largest concentration of financial factor markets globally, has to cope with is to ensure that its finance infrastructure runs smoothly and transactions are secure.


  • Multinational corporations support Shanghai's fight against COVID-19

    Many multinational corporations have aided Shanghai in the megacity's fight against its latest COVID-19 resurgence by making donations and offering other forms of support, local authorities have said.


  • COVID-hit Shanghai to screen 16 mln people in second phase of closed-off management

    Shanghai will launch a nucleic acid testing campaign in areas west of the Huangpu River starting Friday amid the second phase of the city's closed-off management, an official told a press conference on Thursday.


  • The Federation of Thai Industries proposes to further open Thailand to the world

    Chairman of the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) announced that FTI will propose to further open the country to the outside world at the Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) meeting.


  • China sends TCM experts to Cambodia to help fight COVID-19

    A team of 10 traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) experts departed for Cambodia on Tuesday to help the country fight the COVID-19 pandemic.


  • Chinese researchers develop inhalable antibody against COVID-19, variants

    As the world waits for effective COVID-19 therapies, researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences say they have developed an inhalable neutralizing antibody that can provide broad protection against the virus and several emerging variants in animal tests.


  • China's anti-epidemic supplies arrive in Kiribati

    Anti-epidemic supplies provided by China were flown to Kiribati's capital Tarawa on Wednesday to help the South Pacific island country to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.


  • Major enterprises in China's Suzhou steadily resume work amid latest COVID-19 resurgence

    By Tuesday, over 99 percent of industrial enterprises with an annual business turnover of at least 20 million yuan (about 3.2 million U.S. dollars) in the eastern Chinese city of Suzhou had resumed work, according to the municipal bureau of commerce.


  • Feature: China-educated Tanzanians say COVID-19 brings challenges, opportunities

    China Alumni Association of Tanzania (CAAT) hosted a panel discussion on Monday evening at the Chinese Cultural Center on challenges and opportunities created by COVID-19.


  • Mobile and air-inflated laboratories help combat COVID-19 in Guangxi

    In recent days, mobile laboratories and air-inflated laboratories have been put into use in order to improve the efficiency of COVID-19 nucleic acid testing in Debao County of Baise, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.


  • Emergency supplies transported to Baise for fight against COVID-19

    Emergency supplies are transported to a train at the Nanning international railway port in Nanning, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Feb. 10, 2022.


  • Interview: China's support critical to Botswana's fight against COVID-19, says hospital manager

    China's support in such areas as vaccines, medical equipment and personnel has been very critical to Botswana's fight against the COVID-19 pandemic since its outbreak, said Kobamelo Motshidisi, manager at the Nyangabgwe Referral Hospital -- Clinical Services.


  • UN Biodiversity Conference set to hold in China in April may be affected by COVID-19

    The schedule of the second phase of the 15th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (COP15) in China is likely to be affected by the COVID-19, said the Ministry of Ecology and Environment on Monday.


  • Agriculture university in Shaanxi boosts Belt & Road cooperation amid pandemic

    Despite the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic, Northwest A&F University (NWAFU) in northwest China's Shaanxi Province strives to continue its agricultural cooperation with countries under the framework of the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).


  • New support policies for debtors will take effect from January 1, 2022

    Specialized Financial Institutions of Thailand (SFIs) play a vital role in providing credit to target debtors. Fragile financial position, natural disaster and COVID-19, etc. further lead to the debtors' income shrinking and solvency decline.


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