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National People's Congress Sets Tone for Upcoming Communist Party Congress

Chinese President Xi Jinping meets Gabon's President Ali Bongo Ondimba
China's 2017 Economic Policy Aims Toward Growth & Stability

New U.S. President Donald Trump could inadvertently start a trade war with China with his policies.
Trump's 'Currency Manipulator' Attacks on China Could Trigger Trade War

Skyscrapers, many of them belonging to leading European banks, stand illuminated in the city center on Oct. 31, 2012, in Frankfurt, Germany.
China's Ambitions to Spread Its Regional Influence Concern India

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Toy retail giant Toys R Us was among the foreign investors that expressed confidence in the Chinese economy, opening its 100th store in the country.
Foreign Investors Confident About Chinese Economy Despite Slump

Dramatic Growth for Chinese Animation Industry

The iPhone 6 Plus (L) and iPhone 6 (R) were successful in China.
Scalpers Speculate the Price of New iPhone

Premier Li believes that renovating shanty towns will improve the living conditions of low-income families.
Premier Li Defends Chinese Economy

Economists attribute the positive outlook and confidence of Chinese people on great stock market performance.
Highest China Wealth Index Indicates More Chinese Households Confident in Investing

Chinese President Xi Jinping (R) shakes hands with South Korean President Park Geun-hye.
China and South Korea Formally Sign Bilateral FTA in Seoul

Nobel Prize winner and managing director of Grameen Bank, Muhammad Yunus.
Grameen Bank’s Microfinance Makes Sense to China’s Rural Population

Over the past three decades, Xi had visited the United States six times, from the cornfields of Iowa to the Annenberg Retreat at Sunnylands in California.
Maritime Silk Road Seminar Builds Upon Sri Lanka's Open Door to Beijing

Under the RCEP, 16 countries will speed up the reduction of tariffs for trade goods.
Shanghai Conference Hears of 'Green' and 'Gold' Mountains for China

Jobseekers in China queue up for an interview.
Beijing Commits to 10 Million New Jobs in 2015

On Sept. 3, the streets, buildings and houses in Beijing will be decorated with the Chinese national flag.
Premier Li Shows Confidence in Davos for World Economic Forum Meeting

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