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India formally protested against China’s move to technically hold Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Muhammad leader Masood Azhar’s designation as an international terrorist in the UN Security Council.
India Files Diplomatic Protest vs China, Says Block on Masood Azhar UN Ban Intentional

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China’s ‘Belt and Road Initiative’ Faces Fresh Challenge from Japan on Thailand-Malaysia Railway

Premier Li Keqiang will be traveling to Central Asia and Europe.
Premier Li to Kick Off 8-day Tour of Europe and Central Asia

A man is silhouetted against the HSBC Holdings Plc headquarter in the Canary Wharf business, financial and shopping district on Feb. 15, 2016, in London, England.
HSBC Reports Companies Might Be Missing Out on China's Infrastructure Boom

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The ADB intends to improve China's connectivity to the Uyghur Autonomous Region.
ADB and China Improve Cooperation for Development

More and more foreign students are taking up courses at Chinese vocational colleges.
Foreign Students in Chinese Vocational Colleges Increase by 40 Percent: Report

China and Mongolia renewed their commitment to sustain the countries' traditional friendship.
Premier Li Keqiang's Visit to Mongolia Boosts Cooperation

Tsinghua Tongfang, Dunghang Smart Tourism join hands to develop smart city

The historic Silk Road town of Kashgar remains a political and commercial center.
'Belt & Road Initiative' Benefits China As Well As Other Countries

President Xi Jinping is visiting Serbia, Poland and Uzbekistan to improve ties with Central and Eastern Europe.
Chinese President Xi's Visit to Central and Eastern Europe to Enhance Partnership Projects: Foreign Ministry Officials

President Xi Jinping first proposed his Belt and Road Initiative in 2013.
Xi to Visit Central Asia, Central and Eastern European Countries to Foster Belt and Road Initiative

China considers Qatar as a major partner in its New Silk Road project.
China Sees Qatar as Key Partner in New Silk Road Initiative

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon welcomes the Chinese groups' $14 billion investments to build railway infrastructure in Scotland.
Chinese Groups Invest $14b in Scottish Infrastructure Projects

Chinese President Xi Jinping and German President Joachim Gauck. The two leaders said that they will promote continuing cooperation between their respective countries.
Xi Jinping, Joachim Gauck Promise Greater Cooperation Between China and Germany

China is set to develop
China 'Smart Trains' Ready to Challenge Global Companies in Modernizing Rail System

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