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Monthly Archives: December 2018

China allows first-ever U.S. rice imports ahead of trade talks

(Reuters) – China has opened the door to imports of rice from the United States for the first time ever in what analysts took to signal a warming of relations between the world’s two biggest economies after a frosty year marked by tensions and tit-for-tat tariffs. The green light from...
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China allows first-ever U.S. rice imports ahead of trade talks

(Reuters) – China has opened the door to imports of rice from the United States for the first time ever in what analysts took to signal a warming of relations between the world’s two biggest economies after a frosty year marked by tensions and tit-for-tat tariffs. The green light from...
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Shenzhen may loosen housing rules

Slower economic growth likely to trigger policy easing, say experts Residential property sales of Shenzhen, Guangdong province could increase next year, as the city might lift its housing restrictions amid slower economic growth, according to industry insiders. Due to slowing economic growth, the likelihood of a more stringent policy environment...
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China express delivery sector handles 50b parcels in 2018

Goods are loaded onto an airplane of SF Airlines. [Photo provided to China Daily] BEIJING – China’s express delivery sector has handled 50 billion parcels so far this year, the State Post Bureau (SPB) said on Friday. Boosted by booming e-commerce, the express delivery industry saw fast growth over the...
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MD Elektonik announces new Bulgaria investment

MD Elektronik, a German producer of data cables for the automotive industry, has announced plans to open a new plant in the Bulgarian city of Vratsa. The plant, in which total investment is 22 million leva (11 million euros) will be equipped with the latest technologies and a specialised training...
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More Chinese parents opting for overseas study tours, says Ctrip

BEIJING (CHINA DAILY/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) – Middle-income parents in China are increasing their investment in children’s education, with the number of parents sending children to winter or summer camps overseas becoming more commonplace. The booking of winter camps overseas during the upcoming vacation next year on Ctrip, China’s largest online...
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China’s 40 Years: Inbound and outbound tourism

In recent years, China has witnessed unprecedented development in its tourism industry thanks to the implementation of the reform and opening-up policy. Inbound tourism is a basic indicator for measuring the comprehensive strength of a country’s tourism industry and the level of international competition. Looking back over the 40-year progress,...
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