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Britain and Hong Kong – What say we start with an apology?

In modern geopolitical terms, China is anything but a small country of little consequence. Britain’s apology to China will be humiliating for politicians, but the apology is long overdue.

-HK protest leaders arrested

Success of Sino-Indian rail pact to set stage for more deals

This underscores the harsh reality Chinese high-speed railway contractors face as they attempt to penetrate overseas markets.

-India plans high-speed rail project with China

China seeks more help to get fugitives back

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs urged countries where Chinese fugitives are hiding to discard prejudice and work more closely with China in its massive anti-graft drive, a senior official said on Wednesday.

APEC car restrictions eyed for long-term use

Beijing is considering turning a temporary restriction on private vehicles — a system based on odd-even license plate numbers used during the APEC meetings — into a long-term policy, drawing praise as well as concerns from the public.

Private sector invited for military equipment development

The monopoly of state-owned defense contractors is fading further into memory, as the People's Liberation Army (PLA) has opened its tender process to private sector players.

Opinion: What's the fuss about studying abroad?

Some 80 percent of China's rich have plans to send their children abroad for studies, the highest percentage in the world, says a recent Hurun report.








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