Monthly Archives: November 2016

LeEco partners with AT

LeEco announced on Tuesday that it has entered a strategic partnership with American telecom giant AT&T that will include it carrying the US company’s DirecTV Now streaming service.

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Trump names Chao to Transportation

President-elect Donald Trump on Tuesday named Elaine Chao, the former secretary of labor, to be his choice for transportation secretary.

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China will ‘not own’ Chicago bourse

The Chicago Stock Exchange Inc said Chinese interests will control 49.5 percent of the exchange if a proposed sale of the company gains regulatory approvals.

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Overseas NGO rules clarified

China’s top security authority has issued a guideline for overseas NGOs to operate on the mainland, providing detailed rules for them to register a representative office and organize events.

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In rare visit, Xi mourns Castro

President Xi Jinping paid a visit to the Cuban embassy in Beijing on Tuesday to mourn the passing of Cuban leader Fidel Castro, whom he called a “great friend of the Chinese people”.

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‘Strong, stable’ renminbi gains strength against the dollar

The central parity rate of the yuan against the US dollar strengthened on Monday after Yi Gang, vice-governor of the central bank, said on Sunday that the currency remained strong and stable in the global monetary system.

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