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China's weak power use points to subdued economic

The power data fell below market expectations fueling concerns that China may miss its annual growth target of around 7.5 percent

    Alipay tool ePass set to target overseas retailers

    The regulation of the online payment industry in the West is muc stricter than in China. Alipay also needs to cooperate with several banks and financial organizations in the West

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      Criminalizing Consent?

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      In 78 countries, homosexuality is prohibited, and in seven it is punishable by death
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      Who should own China’s land and who should farm it

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

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      Eileen Chang's literary legacy

      Chang has become the symbol of art deco glamour, synonymous with her on-screen heroines and spies, yet somewhere along the way the real person got lost in the mire

       

      Interview: Ai Weiwei

      In an exclusive interview with Time Out, he speaks to the Beijing press for the first time in years about his art, how he doesn’t consider himself that important, and why he still has hope for the future

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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

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      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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