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China-Nigeria bilateral trade hit $2.7b – envoy

By Vera Sam Anyagafu The Consul General of the Peoples’ Republic of China to Nigeria, Mr. Chao Xiaoliang has disclosed that China-Nigeria bilateral trade cooperation has hit $2.7 billion

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China paves way for Internet governance

Illustration: Liu Rui/GT The fourth World Internet Conference (WIC) concluded last week in Wuzhen, East China’s Zhejiang Province, after three days of discussions and exhibitions of

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World War 3: China threatens Taiwan INVASION to 'unify state' with FORCE if US Navy arrive

China considers Taiwan to be a wayward province and has never renounced the use of force to bring it under its control. Diplomat Li Kexin said at a Chinese embassy event in Washington on Friday

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China Starts World's Biggest Floating Solar Project

A unit of China Three Gorges Corp. is building a 1 billion yuan ($151 million) floating solar power plant, the world’s biggest, in the nation’s eastern province of Anhui. China Three

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China and Russia URGE US and North Korea to END provocation in plea to stop World War 3

The North Korean Foreign Ministry wrote in a statement this week that they “do not wish for a war” but “shall not hide from it” as tensions continue to heighten on the

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China's shift towards basic research 'aids entrepreneurial goals'

China’s universities have made an “impressive” and “fundamental” change in their research strategies by investing much more in long-term basic research, the

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Western companies on stage with authoritarians for China's online marketplace

 As a rising China seeks a bigger say in how global rules are shaped, to match its weight as the world’s second largest economy, no area is as vexed or as crucial as the internet. Just

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The next big US-China competition: artificial intelligence

What we don’t know: The trend is coming on slowly rather than hitting workers in one bang. It will take time before it’s clear whether the added dollars begin to erode the deep public

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China's role in Zimbabwe's regime change says more about China than Zimbabwe

The fall of Robert Mugabe has dominated global coverage of Africa over the past few weeks. In Western coverage of the first week after the coup in Zimbabwe there was speculation about what China

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The Illusion of Progress: China's Electric Cargo Ship To Carry Coal

China launches the first all-electric cargo ship, but the power will come from coal-burning plants. Photo from Facebook. Every day, our cheerful politicians declare that technology will save us

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