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China, Brazil sign economic co-op agreements

[2013-03-27 02:44]

China and Brazil on Tuesday signed agreements aimed at boosting economic cooperation between the two countries.

Action against fisherman was 'legitimate'

[2013-03-27 02:07]

The action taken by Chinese authorities regarding a Vietnamese boat illegally fishing last week in the waters off China's Xisha Islands in the South China Sea was "necessary and legitimate".

Xi sets out vision for ties

[2013-03-26 23:59]

China would like to forge relations with South Africa based on the model of cooperation between major developing economies.

CPC's faith firm: senior official

[2013-03-26 22:10]

Wang Qishan, a senior CPC official, said Tuesday the party is firm in its faith and will unswervingly continue to lead the people on the path of socialism with Chinese characteristics.

Premier urges deepening reform for anti-corruption

[2013-03-26 21:44]

Premier Li Keqiang on Tuesday said corruption should be prevented by deepening related reforms.

China urges Vietnam to stop illegal fishing in Xisha Islands

[2013-03-26 20:07]

China on Tuesday urged Vietnamese government to take effective measures to stop its fishermen from illegal fishing in waters off the Xisha Islands in the South China Sea.

Chinese, S African presidents meet on cooperation

[2013-03-26 19:46]

Chinese President Xi Jinping met his South African counterpart Jacob Zuma here on Tuesday to advance the comprehensive strategic partnership between the two countries.

China urges Japan to build trust

[2013-03-26 19:17]

A spokesman for China's Foreign Ministry on Tuesday urged Japan to enhance mutual trust with its neighbors and work for regional peace.

All proposals sent to relevant departments: CPPCC

[2013-03-26 18:19]

All the about 5,600 proposals submitted by members of the 12th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference during the first session have been assigned to relevant departments for further processing, authorities said on Tuesday.

GPS curbs Guangzhou govt cars' private use

[2013-03-26 16:08]

Private use of government-funded vehicles in south China's Guangzhou City has sharply decreased since authorities began using global positioning systems (GPS) to monitor their mileage.

Former power regulator leads energy watchdog

[2013-03-26 12:58]

Wu Xinxiong, former chairman of China's State Electricity Regulatory Commission (SERC), has taken the reins of the National Energy Administration (NEA), according to the NEA.

Xi visited Chinese experts cemetery in Tanzania

[2013-03-26 05:38]

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday visited a cemetery burying 69 Chinese experts who lost their lives when they were on assistance missions to Tanzania over four decades ago.

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