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China Q2 growth mired at 7.4% on-year

Beijing introduced a series of policies in April in response to concerns over slowing growth, including tax breaks for small enterprises, targeted infrastr

    Apple denies Chinese report of location tracking security risk

    The privacy scare also reflects mutual distrust between the US and China after a series of allegations from both sides on cyber-espionage.


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      China accelerates property registration

      China plans to build a national property registration system in about three years and make it operational for information sharing and queries in four years.

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      Russia puts gas-hungry China in a bear hug

      China will now be seen as an ally to Russia, which seemingly cares ever less about international views on its robust foreign policy.For Beijing, low-cost gas could come at the expense of the political neutrality that has opened numerous doors for Chinese trade and investment. That won’t be won back quickly.



      West Africa’s Misguided War on Drugs

      West Africa finds itself increasingly enmeshed in the global drug trade. Its location makes it vulnerable to being exploited as a transit point between the Latin American and Asian production centers and consumer markets in Europe and the United States.

      Who should own China’s land and who should farm it

      China now has 160 cities with a population of at least one million.

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      Cab Chat: Taxi Booking Apps

      Popular taxi booking apps such as Didi Dache and Honk Honk Catch a Cab have become so popular in Shanghai that the local government is banning their use during peak hours.


      Interview: Fan Lixin

      His first film, Last Train Home, was a heart-breaking testimony to the human cost of China’s economic miracle, told through the narrative of a migrant worker couple who are only able to see their adolescent daughter once a year, when they return home for Spring Festival.

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      China Restarts Telecom Industry Reform

      The so-called "network service separation" is actually still dominated by the three operators, and the role of the three operators as both player and referee has not been fundamentally changed.

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      Issue 395

      Print: 2014-06-02


      Major Stories »

      New Financing Channels for Urbanization

      The end goal of the development of the municipal bond market and promotion of the PPP model is to build a long-term funding supply mechanism for urbanization.

      Private Hospitals to Get More Pricing Power

      The government’s monopoly of medical resources, which it has achieved through favorable policies to public hospitals, is the fundamental problem facing medical reform.

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