Monthly Archives: July 2015

China to keep tabs on probe of jet debris

China will closely follow the investigation into a piece of debris from an airliner found on the French island of Reunion off the eastern coast of Africa as experts suspected it might belong to Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which vanished 16 months ago with 154 Chinese onboard.

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Slowed by rising labor costs, China’s textile exporters retool

China’s apparel raw material providers have had to pay their workers more, leading to a loss of market share to neighboring Asian countries. But the companies are adapting by using different fabrics and focusing on building their brands, LI JING reports from New York.

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SOE reform to open door to foreign capital

Mixed ownership will provide an opportunity for overseas enterprises to enter key industries blocked to private investors China has been pressing ahead with plans to expand mixed ownership of State-owned enterprises to boost economic efficiency. This is expected to produce unprecedented opportunities for foreign companies.

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Presidents vow to fight terrorism

The presidents of China and Turkey made clear their resolve to combat terrorism, including the East Turkestan Islamic Movement, during talks in Beijing on Wednesday.

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Pundits offer summit advice to Xi, Obama

Chinese and American pundits hope that the state visit to the United States by President Xi Jinping in September will be another major opportunity for the two nations to expand cooperation and manage key differences.

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Netizens pack heavy wallets

Chinese shoppers who make purchases online from US merchants are spending more than three times what US consumers are spending, according to new research from PayPal.

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