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Masrour: Chinese investors eager to construct industrial park in northern Iran
Chinese investors expressed readiness to establish an industrial park in Anzali Free Zone (AFZ) of Gilan Province in northern Iran.
Iran, China’s economies complementary: Minister
The economies of Iran and China complement each other, Iranian Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade Mohammad Shariatmadari said, stressing that the target of an average annual trade of $60 billion is within reach.
China marks 80th anniversary of Nanjing massacre
China has held a ceremony to mark 80 years since the massacre of some 300,000 of its people by Japanese troops in the then capital city, Nanjing.
3rd Maritime Silk Road Int'l Arts Festival opens
The Chinese city of Quanzhou, previously known as one of the four largest seaports for foreign trade in China, was enriched by the ancient Maritime Silk Road. This year marks the third time for the city to hold the Maritime Silk Road International Arts Festival, which opened on December 10.
China's growth objectives clash with financial stability goal: IMF
China should prioritize financial stability above development goals, as pursuit of regional growth targets and helping firms avoid heavy job losses had led to a surge in debt, particularly at local government level, the International Monetary Fund said.
AIIB approves first loan project in China
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) announced on Monday that it has approved its first loan in China for a natural gas project.
US would likely lose war with Russia, China: RAND
The United States will likely lose a military confrontation with either Russia and China, US think tank RAND Corporation says, warning about the US military’s insufficient training and readiness.
US using DPRK threat to maintain military foothold in East Asia as a counter to China: Scholar
The United States is using the North Korean issue in order to maintain a military foothold on the East Asian mainland as a counter to China, says Professor Dennis Etler, an American political analyst who has a decades-long interest in international affairs.
Iran, China inching closer to ditching dollar in mutual trade
Indications are growing that Iran and China are moving closer to a plan to eliminate the dollar from their mutual trade transactions.
China car sales forecast to rise on demand from interior cities
Vehicle sales in China, the world’s biggest automobile market, may accelerate next year as economic expansion helps lift demand from cities and provinces located in the interior parts of the country.
China detains 21, including govt. staff, over 2015 fatal fire at elderly home
Chinese courts have jailed 21 people, including firefighters and government staff, over a fire at a nursing home that killed dozens of elderly residents in 2015, the official Xinhua news agency says.
China’s banking system risks facing crisis: IMF
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has claimed that China risks facing a growing debt-dependency in its banking system, urging Beijing to increase its capital buffers to protect against a possible “financial crisis.”
China warns against escalation on Korean Peninsula
Chinese authorities have again warned against moves that could escalate the crisis on the Korean Peninsula, saying parties to the conflict should avoid actions that add to the already simmering tensions in the region.
Iran-China traders agree to sideline US dollar
Senior officials of Iran and China laid emphasis on reducing the role of the US dollar in their bilateral trade.
Brightest 'super-moon' shines over China (Video)
The largest and brightest moon of 2017 lit up the night sky across China on Sunday, reported.

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