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China to Cut Reserve Ratio for Some Rural Banks

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said reserve requirements would be relaxed for qualifying rural banks in a sign that more loosening policies are likely on the way.

    Two Chinese Nationals Aboard Capsized S.Korean Ship,Embassy Says

    Two of the passengers aboard the ill-fated ship from the western port city of Incheon to the southern resort island of Jeju were confirmed to be Chinese nationals.

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      China's FDI Inflow down 1.47% in March

      In the first quarter, FDI from major Asian economies saw steady growth, including a 7.84-percent rise from ASEAN nations and a 162.13-percent surge from the Republic of Korea.

      [Business & Indsutry]

      Alibaba’s Q4 Net Income More than Doubles Ahead of IPO

      Net income soared to $1.4billion for the last quarter of 2013, compared with $642million a year earlier.

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      [Interview]

      Investing in South Africa

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      The South African government welcomes the investment by Chinese companies into South Africa.
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      How China Buried India

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      In per capita PPP terms, China is now almost 2.5 times wealthier than India.

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      Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin End 10-Year Marriage

      Hollywood A-lister Gwyneth Paltrow and Coldplay frontman Chris Martin have officially separated after ten years of marriage, the couple announced on Gwyneth’s website Goop on March 24.

       

      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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      Internet Finance: Segment-Specific Regulation Expected

      Shifts in the financial system have always been a compromise among stakeholders with conflicting interests. Internet finance is beginning to be brought under China's financial system and regulatory framework.

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      Issue 388

      Print: 2014-3-24

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      LNG Buyers in Asia Strive to Pay Less

      Research and business communities in China, South Korea and Japan have reached a consensus on the need for an economic coalition, but resolving political differences remains a nagging problem.

      Baby's Safe Havens Win Official Support

      Despite the legal dilemma, BSHs, which are celebrated as an effective way to safeguard abandoned infants' right to live, gained official support and have expanded rapidly over the past year.

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