Wed,Apr 16,2014

3 dead, 292 missing as passenger ship sinks off S. Korean coast

A passenger ship with 459 people aboard, mostly high school students, sank in waters off South Korea's southwest coast Wednesday morning, leaving at least three people dead and 292 others missing, a senior government official said.

China remains a positive force for global economic growth

China is still the leading power in global economic growth. The future global economy will continue to benefit from new development opportunities brought by China's economic reforms.
- China's first quarter GDP grows 7.4 pct

Promote nuclear cooperation for peace

Only by deepening strategic mutual trust, unity, and collaboration can the P5 states effectively seek better global nuclear governance.

Money supply growth slows

China's broad money supply grew 12.1 percent in March from a year earlier, official data showed Tuesday, the slowest pace in more than a decade as a result of weak deposit growth and liquidity.

World's fastest supercomputer undergoing trials

Tianhe-2, the world's fastest supercomputer, has started to provide computing services to the public while in-system debugging is ongoing. The first beneficiaries are users of the previous pilot system.

Investment in South Sudan: opportunity and challenge coexist

The South Sudan-China Investment Forum was held in Beijing on April 12 2014, aiming to identify and make effective use of investment and trade opportunities in South Sudan and China.








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