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China-Myanmar exchange ends in SW China

[2013-05-17 14:54]

The China-Myanmar Round-Table on People's Exchanges concluded with fruitful results in Kunming after a day of heated discussions on pragmatic cooperation and reform experiences.

China, Myanmar building border friendship

[2013-05-17 13:28]

The importance of people exchanges between China and Myanmar to improve the livelihood of both people was highlighted by a Chinese delegation during a one-day conference in Kunming, Yunnan province.

Cabinet acts to reduce red tape

[2013-05-17 03:12]

Chinese State Council published a list of items that no longer require central government approval, or have been delegated to lower-level authorities.
Officials must improve their work style

Doubled Greece-China trade by 2015, Li predicts

[2013-05-17 03:05]

China and Greece inked a basket of deals and agreements in Beijing on Thursday, showing China's support for the recovery of the Greek economy.

Beijing calls for political solution to Syrian crisis

[2013-05-17 03:03]

China once again stressed that a political solution is "the only realistic way" to resolve the Syrian issue.

Officials must improve their work style

[2013-05-17 03:00]

Officials should continue to improve their work style and develop close ties with the people, said Liu Yunshan, president of the Party School of the Central Committee of the CPC.

Multi-faceted diplomacy for Li's 1st foreign trip

[2013-05-16 21:43]

During his first overseas trip as a government head, Premier Li Keqiang will pay official visits to India, Pakistan, Switzerland and Germany from May 19 to 27.

New AC status guarantees China's rights

[2013-05-16 21:32]

Even without the power to vote, experts say the Arctic Council's latest decision to grant observer status to China can guarantee the country's legitimate rights and activities in the region.

China allocates $9.4b for public housing

[2013-05-16 19:58]

China's central government has allocated 58 billion yuan ($9.4 billion) for public rental housing projects for 2013, the Ministry of Finance announced Thursday.

China urges Japan to reflect on 'comfort woman' remarks

[2013-05-16 19:51]

The Chinese Foreign Ministry has urged Japanese introspection of its own history following remarks by a Japanese politician that World War II "comfort women" were "necessary."

Telecoms probe hurts Chinese, EU interests

[2013-05-16 15:38]

The interests of both China and European Union (EU) members will be hurt if the EU adopts trade remedy measures unilaterally on Chinese mobile telecommunications equipment, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said on Thursday.

China unveils cut, eased administrative approvals

[2013-05-16 14:29]

The State Council, or China's cabinet, on Thursday published a list of items that no longer require central government approval, or now only require consent from lower-level authorities.

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