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CPC expels former provincial political advisor

[2014-09-11 13:33]

Li Chongxi, former top political advisor in southwest China's Sichuan Province, has been expelled from the Communist Party of China (CPC) and removed from public office following a graft investigation.

Chinese peacekeepers to support South Sudan

[2014-09-11 07:27]

Seven hundred Chinese soldiers will join a UN peacekeeping mission in South Sudan later this year to provide protection for civilians as a rebellion continues to rock the African country.

Nation capable of hitting growth targets, Li says

[2014-09-11 03:06]

Premier Li Keqiang said China will carry out reforms and use macroeconomic tools in the next four months to ease downward pressure and ensure the economy can meet its annual growth targets.

Xi offers congratulations on China-Arab friendship years

[2014-09-10 21:28]

China and Arab states have designated 2014 and 2015 as the years of China-Arab friendship during which a series of friendly exchange events will be held.

Chinese spokeswoman refutes fishing boat conflict report

[2014-09-10 20:50]

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying on Wednesday refuted reports about a conflict with a Vietnamese fishing boat in the Xisha Islands in the South China Sea as "incompatible with fact".

Singapore PM to visit China

[2014-09-10 20:46]

Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will be on an eight-day visit to China starting from Thursday.

China continues Diaoyu Islands patrol

[2014-09-10 15:40]

Vessels of the China Coast Guard (CCG) conducted a patrol mission in China's territorial waters surrounding the Diaoyu Islands on Wednesday, according to a statement by State Oceanic Administration.

Chinese govt moves ahead with management reforms

[2014-09-10 14:01]

The Chinese government has pressed ahead with management reforms by scrapping or decentralizing administrative approval rights in an effort to improve efficiency and stem corruption.

Envoy smooths way for Xi's India trip

[2014-09-10 08:16]

Beijing and New Delhi felt the warmth of coming ties two days ahead of President Xi Jinping's first visit to the neighboring country.

Li reassures Western investors

[2014-09-10 07:00]

Only 10 percent of the companies probed by Chinese antitrust authorities are foreign enterprises, Premier Li Keqiang said on Tuesday, dismissing speculation that recent anti-monopoly investigations target foreign companies.

China's door 'will never be closed again'

[2014-09-09 21:23]

Only 10 percent of the total number of companies being probed by Chinese antitrust authorities are foreign enterprises, Premier Li Keqiang says, dismissing speculation that foreign companies are being targeted.

Xi's upcoming Tajikistan visit to deepen ties: spokesman

[2014-09-09 20:35]

Chinese President Xi Jinping's upcoming visit to Tajikistan is important for the two countries to advance comprehensive mutually beneficial cooperation.

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