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New UK foreign secretary to visit China

2018-07-24 08:46:00

Jeremy Hunt, the United Kingdom's new foreign secretary, will make an official visit to China on Monday and co-chair the 9th China-UK Strategic Dialogue, Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said on Monday at a regular news conference in Beijing." Full Story

CPC releases results of its latest round of discipline inspections

2018-07-24 08:43:00

The Communist Party of China released findings of the latest round of its disciplinary inspections on Sunday, the first such effort undertaken by the 19th CPC Central Committee." /> Full Story

Real economy targeted in bid to create job opportunities

2018-07-24 07:33:00

Support measures will help ensure every worker has the skills to guarantee employment" /> Full Story

Teachers, banking, advertising among key issues addressed

2018-07-24 07:33:00

A number of ministries, including the Ministry of Education, and the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission as well as the State Administration for Market Regulation, have responded in the last week to issues of public concern." /> Full Story

China, Rwanda vow to write new chapter in bilateral ties

2018-07-23 23:11:00

Visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Rwandan counterpart, Paul Kagame, agreed here on Monday to further promote bilateral cooperation in a bid to bring more benefits to the Chinese people, the Rwandan people and the African people." /> Full Story

China to conduct grain storage audits

2018-07-23 21:04:00

The State Council, China's cabinet, has unveiled a plan to implement audits on policy-supported grain storages to ensure the security of grain reserves." /> Full Story

Top political advisor encourages non-communist parties to conduct field studies

2018-07-23 20:31:00

Wang Yang, China's top political advisor, Monday urged non-communist parties and organizations to conduct better field studies and offer useful advice." /> Full Story

Country on pace to hit GDP target

2018-07-23 07:48:00

Many eastern and central provinces had relatively stable economic growth in the first half of the year, while some regions struggled to find new growth drivers given their long-standing local government debt burdens." /> Full Story