2010 Asian Games Cost Host City More than 120 Bln Yuan
The Chinese city Guangzhou has spent more than 120 billion yuan to stage the Asian Games, with 109 of them coming to the city's infrastructure construction.
Hurun Report: More Billionaires in China
More than half of the world's top 20 richest self-made women are Chinese, head and shoulders above any other country.
Soft Drinks Magnate Names as China's Richest Man
1,363 entrepreneurs are listed in this year’s Hurun Rich List with an average age of 51, of whom, 1,363 have more than 1 billion yuan in personal wealth.
China Faces Housing Bubble, No Plummet Ahead: Economist
Economist Cheng Siwei warned of a housing bubble in key Chinese cities but predicted the prices would not decline sharply.
UN Says World Hunger Declines, But Still Far Short of Goal
The number of people going hungry in the world has declined by nearly 100 million, but is still estimated at more than 900 million.
Chinese Experts Isolates a New Virus as Pathogen of Tick Borne Disease
The new type of bunyavirus is preliminarily confirmed as the culprit causing the infections, however, a disease recognized before, namely human granulocytic anaplasmosis (HGA), cannot be ruled out yet as a possible cause.
China Says Milk Powder Did not Cause Baby Sexual Precocity, Concerns Remain
The Ministry of Health said it had found no evidence of contamination in Synutra Milk powder after an investigation into reports that it had caused baby girls to show signs of premature sexual development.
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