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Chinese nationals banned from Iran amid coronavirus outbreak
Iranian authorities have decided to impose an outright ban on arrivals of all Chinese nationals into the country amid a sudden surge in coronavirus cases that has led to more than two dozen deaths.
Chinese nationals banned from Iran amid coronavirus outbreak
Iranian authorities have decided to impose an outright ban on arrivals of all Chinese nationals into the country amid a sudden surge in coronavirus cases that has led to more than two dozen deaths.
Millions of Chinese firms face collapse if banks don’t act fast
Brigita, a director at one of China’s largest car dealers, is running out of options. Her firm’s 100 outlets have been closed for about a month because of the coronavirus, cash reserves are dwindling and banks are reluctant to extend deadlines on billions of yuan in debt coming due over the next few months. There are also other creditors to think about.
Chinese won’t attend Tehran fair to prevent further virus spread
Chinese authors and publishers will not take part at the 33rd edition of Tehran International Book Fair (TIBF) as a protective action to help prevent the spread of coronavirus in Iran, the deputy director of the book fair said.
South Korea's presence in Chinese market declining
South Korea's market share in China has been on the decline for years, data showed Tuesday, amid increased competition and a decline in its product competitiveness.
Over 900 ancient items discovered in Chinese temple
Chinese archeologists in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality have unearthed more than 900 pieces of cultural relics in a local stone Buddhist temple.
France threatens to block Chinese firm's rescue of British Steel
Hopes that British Steel will be saved by Chinese industrial firm Jingye have suffered a blow after the French government said it could intervene to stop the deal.
US expresses disappointment over Chinese 5G network in UK
The United States has expressed disappointment over the United Kingdom's decision to grant Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei a limited role in its 5G mobile
No Iranian affected by Chinese Coronavirus: Embassy
Iran's embassy in China announced in a statement that there has been no case of coronavirus affection among Iranian nationals present in the country.
Thailand finds second case of new Chinese virus, says no outbreak
Thailand has found a second case of the new Chinese coronavirus, authorities said on Friday, as the country ramped up checks of Chinese visitors ahead of the Lunar New Year's holidays.
Chinese province: Just 17 of our 80m people now live in poverty
A Chinese province has said just 17 people, out of its population of more than 80 million, are living in poverty.
Mystery Chinese virus: How worried should we be?
A mystery virus — previously unknown to science — is causing severe lung disease in the Chinese city of Wuhan.
Chinese central bank announces £87b cash increase
On the first trading day of the decade, shares around the world surged after China’s central bank announced an 800 billion yuan (£87 billion) cash increase for the economy, and US President Donald Trump said phase one of a trade deal between Washington and Beijing would be signed on January 15.
Illustrations on show narrate classic Chinese anecdotes
Phrases, lines and stories from classic Chinese literature are still being used by ordinary Chinese, guiding people in moral conduct and inspiring them in every aspect of work and life.
British chemistry teacher brings science alive in Chinese classes
A British chemistry professor has dedicated two decades of his life to teaching popular science to students in China.

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