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Chinese tourists spend most in US

Chinese tourists spent more in the United States in 2016 than tourists from other countries, according to a report from the US Commerce Department on Friday.

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Xi encourages BRICS countries

The BRICS countries should push forward with international order to develop in a more fair and reasonable direction, President Xi Jinping said on Monday, while also calling for joint efforts to create a new golden decade for the BRICS bloc.

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Hanban pursues global teaching mission

The Belt and Road is about building a trade and infrastructure network connecting Asia with Europe and Africa along ancient trade routes, but it is also about connecting people in 65 countries that are linked to the initiative.

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Soe shows its mettle with manufacturing upgrades

If you see Taiyuan Iron and Steel (Group) Co’s recently attained capability to make domestic pen-tip steel for ballpoint pens as a sign of an exclusive focus on small things, you will be mistaken. The nation’s top maker of stainless steel has decidedly big plans.

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Brazilian wineries look more to China

Built by Italian immigrants in the 20th century, Bento Goncalves has long been known as the hometown of Brazilian wine. The town situated in the southern part of the country, 100 kilometers from Porto Alegre, capital city of State Rio Grande do Sul, has many wineries.

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Open economies role seen for BRICS

BRICS countries should make joint efforts to maintain the openness of global economies and oppose trade protectionism amid worldwide economic sluggishness

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