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Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singn said on Thursday that India will not allow Tibetans to conduct anti-China activities in the country

The reform, the so-called "separation between doctors and medicine", will for the first time abolish markup to the medicine in public hospitals of Shenzhen when sold to patients

Government in China's central-western mega-city of Chongqing has replaced its head of Party Organization Department Chen Cungen in the latest leadership reshuffle

China's foreign exchange reserves are probably already at a "sufficient level", said vice central bank governor Yi Gang

More than 100 billion yuan (about 15.8 billion U.S. dollars) could be cut in tax revenue if the on-going reforms of value-added tax (VDT) expand nationwide

China’s National Bureau of Statistics accused local governments of forcing companies to report false data, in its first attempt to fight fraud statistics

China and the United States should work together to boost trade cooperation rather than confrontation, said China’s Premier Wenjiabao

China has ample room to cut the reserve requirement ratio for banks, central bank Governor Zhou Xiaochuan has said today, adding that any decision should be based on market liquidity condition.

"We follow the rules of the WTO, but we have no obligation to follow laws or regulations in any specific country that go beyond international rules"

The talking of the "70 police cars" is "completely nonsense and slander," the spokesman said, adding that a picture circulated online with armored cars had been processed using software.

A Chinese spokesman says Friday that the self-immolation of Tibetan monks is distressful, while reminding reporters to winnow truth from falsehood.

Wang Lijun's Case is just an "Isolated Incident", Zhao said, adding that there should not be "too much imagination"

The official manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) rose to 51.0 from January's 50.5

Seoul should "calmly" treat the issue of "illegal border crossers" from the North, and respect China's laws

Earlier reports that China is prepared to lend 100 billion U.S. dollars to the International Monetary Efforts are "purely rumor."

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