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    Navy’s reforms aim for strength, modernity

    President Xi Jinping, who also is chairman of the Central Military Commission, greets officers of the People’s Liberation Army Navy on Wednesday during his visit to naval headquarters in Beijing. ZHA CHUNMING / XINHUA

    President calls commanders patrolling at sea from headquarters

    President Xi Jinping on Wednesday urged the Navy to accelerate reforms and strive to become a strong and modern force.

    The People’s Liberation Army Navy is a strategic combat force that has great importance in national security and overall development, he said during... Read more

    Li urges action on urban housing

    By the end of 2017, China will secure full delivery of 18 million new homes for rundown urban areas as part of a three-year program. The matter was deliberated at a State Council executive meeting that Premier Li Keqiang presided over on Wednesday. Li defined the campaign as a major component of supply-side structural reform and a strong push to improve quality of life and... Read more

    Greenwich, Connecticut, Hangzhou now ‘sisters’

    When China was considering cities to host leaders of the world's 20 major economies at last year's G20 Summit, it chose Hangzhou in Zhejiang province. And when Hangzhou was looking for an American city to study in setting up a global financial center for the country's fledgling hedge fund industry, officials selected Greenwich, Connecticut. On Tuesday, officials from Hangzhou and Greenwich extended the relationship by... Read more

    LeEco to lay off 325 workers in US branch

    Chinese technology company LeEco announced on Tuesday that it will lay off approximately 325 people in the US, two days after its founder Jia Yueting stepped down as CEO of its publicly traded arm Leshi on Sunday. "The challenges with raising new capital have made it difficult in the past few months to support all of our business' priorities. As a result, the capital we... Read more

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