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Huawei will not give in to US pressure: founder
Chinese telecoms giant Huawei has decided to resist pressure from the United States as Washington's trade war on Beijing intensifies.
Chinese cities see improving air quality in April
Most Chinese cities saw improvements in air quality in April, according to the country’s Ministry of Ecology and Environment.
In quest for bigger military budget, UK’s new defense chief speaks of Russian, Chinese threats
British Defense Secretary Penny Mordaunt, who took the position two weeks ago, has used her maiden speech to plead for more military funding by citing Russia and China as threats, following what has become a trend in the UK’s foreign policy of recent months.
Official: Iran aims to attract Chinese tourists
Iran’s tourism industry assigned a high priority to attracting Chinese tourists, an Iranian tourism official said on Monday.
Chinese factory activity grew slower than expected
China’s manufacturing sector grew slower than expected in April, according to data released on Tuesday.
Qualcomm's joint venture with Chinese province to shut down: The Information
A joint venture between US smartphone chipmaker Qualcomm Inc. and China’s Guizhou Province will shut down by the end of the month, The Information reported on Friday, citing employees at the venture.
Bolton: US to defend interests in Venezuela amid Russian, Chinese 'provocative actions'
US National Security Advisor John Bolton has warned Russia, China and other allies of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro against any deployment of troops and military equipment in the Latin American country, saying Washington will defend its interests against such "provocative" actions.
Airbus secures multi-billion-dollar order from China
Airbus signed a deal worth tens of billions of dollars on Monday to sell 300 aircraft to China, coinciding with a visit to Europe by Chinese President Xi Jinping and matching a China record held by US rival Boeing.
Blast at Chinese chemical plant kills 47, injures over 600
An explosion at a pesticide plant in eastern China has killed 47 people and injured more than 600, state media said on Friday, March 22, the latest casualties in a series of industrial accidents that has angered the public.
Report: Inadequate sleep puts Chinese kids' health at risk
A recent report showed that more than 60 percent of Chinese children and teens do not get adequate sleep, which can put their health at risk, according to Monday's China Daily.
Survey: Young Chinese more aware of elderly care issues
Young people in China are more aware of the issues regarding elderly care and more of them are making early preparations, according to a survey by China Youth Daily.
Disabled Chinese farmer's life changed by ecommerce
Life has not been easy for Xu Xinsheng, a disabled farmer from the Xihua County in central China's Henan Province.
Fajr Int'l Film Festival to review German, Chinese films
The 37th Fajr International Film Festival plans to review a number of cinematic works from Germany and China.
Chinese manufacturing shrank for third straight month in February
A private survey on China's manufacturing sector showed Friday that factory activity shrank for a third straight month in February.
Beijing's capital controls weighing on Chinese investors looking to buy property abroad
Chinese investors are keeping unchanged or even reducing the amount of money they allocate for overseas property purchases as they continue to struggle to get money out of the country, according to a survey conducted by a global real estate services company.

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