Newsletter
Weather
Community
English home Forum Photo Gallery Features Newsletter Archive   About US Help Site Map
China
World
Opinion
Business
Sci-Edu
Culture/Life
Sports
Photos
 Services
- Newsletter
- Online Community
- China Biz Info
- News Archive
- Feedback
- Voices of Readers
- Weather Forecast
 RSS Feeds
- China 
- Business 
- World 
- Sci-Edu 
- Culture/Life 
- Sports 
- Photos 
- Most Popular 
- FM Briefings 
 Search
 About China
- China at a glance
- China in brief 2004
- Chinese history
- Constitution
- Laws & regulations
- CPC & state organs
- Ethnic minorities
- Selected Works of Deng Xiaoping
Manufacturers, Exporters, Wholesalers - Global trade starts here.

News Archive --- Date:20070407


China

  • Leaders of China, Jordan exchange congratulatory messages on 30th anniversary of diplomatic ties (14:28, April 07, 2007)
  • China slams U.S. human rights report as slanderous (14:28, April 07, 2007)
  • Premier Wen Jiabao speaks with members of the ROK press (13:39, April 07, 2007)
  • Croatian parliament leader hopes for steady development of relations with China (13:07, April 07, 2007)
  • Madagascan PM meets Pocurator-General of China (10:22, April 07, 2007)
  • Chinese special envoy arrives in Khartoum (10:17, April 07, 2007)
  • Jordan, China mark 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations (10:16, April 07, 2007)
  • Chinese premier's "ice-melting visit" will be a success (10:16, April 07, 2007)
  • China issues regulation banning trade of human organs (10:15, April 07, 2007)
  • People's livelihood atop work agenda as new regional Party leaders take office (10:14, April 07, 2007)
  • China issues regulation on organ transplants  (15:02, April 07, 2007)
  • Joint study to be wrapped up by June  (15:05, April 07, 2007)
  • Yearlong fiesta in China-Spain relationship  (15:06, April 07, 2007)
  • Trail-blazing deal with Vietnam  (15:07, April 07, 2007)



  • Business

  • China's petrochemical industry sees profits rise 18.3 percent in 2006 (14:59, April 07, 2007)
  • Los Angeles billionaire sets conditions for purchasing Chrysler (14:13, April 07, 2007)
  • Myanmar to raise production of high-yield fruits to boost export (14:11, April 07, 2007)
  • Visitor arrivals to Nepal up by 33.5 pct in March (13:13, April 07, 2007)
  • Market hearsay: EA to buy 19 percent stake in The9 (13:12, April 07, 2007)
  • Everbright Securities sees profits rising ten times in first quarter (13:11, April 07, 2007)
  • Germany's Fraport gets 24.5 percent stake in NW China airport (13:10, April 07, 2007)
  • China to get more international commercial loans despite huge forex reserve (11:19, April 07, 2007)
  • Chile's LAN airline to buy 52 new aircraft (11:19, April 07, 2007)
  • Tax policy issued for wholly-owned banks transformed from foreign bank branches (11:18, April 07, 2007)
  • Belgian companies give record dividends last year (11:18, April 07, 2007)
  • U.S. consumer credit rises at 1.5 percent in February (11:16, April 07, 2007)
  • Ford pays chief 28 million dollars for 4 months' work: report  (11:16, April 07, 2007)
  • Albania plans to adopt flat tax scheme (11:15, April 07, 2007)
  • Gasoline prices in south California rise for ninth consecutive week (11:15, April 07, 2007)
  • Russia raises 2007 GDP growth forecast (11:14, April 07, 2007)
  • "Gas OPEC" not to be formed within 15 years, says Russian official (11:14, April 07, 2007)
  • Oracle to open branch in NW China (11:13, April 07, 2007)
  • ICBC behemoth China's leading company in terms of assets (11:12, April 07, 2007)
  • Record number of Chinese subscribe to investment funds (11:12, April 07, 2007)
  • Major Chinese airlines lift themselves out of losses in 2006 (11:11, April 07, 2007)
  • U.S. jobless rate declines to 4.4 percent in March (11:10, April 07, 2007)
  • Asian economic integration will take at least 50 years to reach EU level: China official (11:10, April 07, 2007)
  • International loans still welcome in China (11:09, April 07, 2007)
  • Shady deals in the cross hairs  (15:13, April 07, 2007)
  • Gov't to ban more export products  (15:14, April 07, 2007)
  • China to continue IFI loans program  (15:15, April 07, 2007)
  • Boao forum puts integration in sight  (15:15, April 07, 2007)
  • Banks scrap fees on inter-bank enquiries  (15:16, April 07, 2007)
  • Eurizon buys stake in Union Life  (15:17, April 07, 2007)
  • Oil sector faces new challenges  (15:17, April 07, 2007)
  • Stocks stay firm, despite banks' ratio adjustment  (15:18, April 07, 2007)
  • Volkswagen motoring ahead  (15:20, April 07, 2007)



  • World

  • Pakistan sectarian clashes continue despite curfew, killing 8, injuring more (15:34, April 07, 2007)
  • U.S. soldier killed in Baghdad (15:33, April 07, 2007)
  • Climate change hits Uganda: report (15:30, April 07, 2007)
  • World Health Day celebrated in Nepal (15:30, April 07, 2007)
  • S.Korea issues travel warning on Israel, Palestine (14:50, April 07, 2007)
  • Two freighters collide off central Japan coast, one missing (13:50, April 07, 2007)
  • Gunmen kill five in Mexico (13:49, April 07, 2007)
  • Bangladeshi security forces on high alert against militants attack (13:06, April 07, 2007)
  • Ukrainian parliament makes compromise with president (13:05, April 07, 2007)
  • Czech opponents want planned U.S. radar base site UNESCO-listed (13:03, April 07, 2007)
  • U.S. attorney general's top aide resigns (10:09, April 07, 2007)
  • U.S. experts end radar measurements in Czech (10:05, April 07, 2007)
  • Mozambique prepares for negotiation of EPAs (10:04, April 07, 2007)
  • U.S. supports release of all DPRK frozen funds: spokesman (10:04, April 07, 2007)
  • Kuwait's oil leaking accident under control (10:01, April 07, 2007)
  • Cyprus denies president implicated in missing fund during Milosevic era (10:01, April 07, 2007)
  • U.S. joins Britain denouncing Iran's ill treatment of British sailors (10:00, April 07, 2007)
  • Freed British sailors say they were in Iraqi waters (09:58, April 07, 2007)
  • UN may resort to its Charter for Hariri killing tribunal: Lebanese minister (09:55, April 07, 2007)
  • Old woman wounded in cluster bomb blast in south Lebanon (09:54, April 07, 2007)
  • Initial result shows "Yes" to revision of constitution in Madagascar (09:53, April 07, 2007)
  • ECOWAS to deploy largest observer mission for Nigerian general elections (09:52, April 07, 2007)
  • U.S. deputy secretary of state to attend inauguration of Abdallahi (09:51, April 07, 2007)
  • Iran calls British sailors' press conference "staged show" (09:50, April 07, 2007)
  • 42 French people to face trial over Angola arms trafficking case (09:49, April 07, 2007)
  • Putin talks with Ukrainian president by phone on Ukraine crisis (09:48, April 07, 2007)
  • Chirac proposes to honor those who saved Jewish people during WWII (09:47, April 07, 2007)
  • Freed British sailors tell of ill treatment in Iran (09:46, April 07, 2007)
  • AL chief says no prospects for Lebanon settlement: report (09:44, April 07, 2007)
  • More gasoline consumed in U.S. despite early daylight-saving time (09:43, April 07, 2007)
  • Greece carries out preliminary investigation on sinking ship (09:42, April 07, 2007)
  • Explosion shakes U.S. oil well (09:41, April 07, 2007)
  • UN chief urges immediate action by governments on climate change (09:40, April 07, 2007)
  • Iraq's alleged prewar ties to al Qaeda discredited (09:39, April 07, 2007)
  • Japan, U.S. to have joint exercise involving F-22A fighters (09:37, April 07, 2007)
  • Russia criticizes dissolution of Ukrainian parliament (09:37, April 07, 2007)
  • Beninese president's coalition takes lead in legislative elections: CENA (09:35, April 07, 2007)
  • Former Rwandan president freed: reports (09:34, April 07, 2007)
  • U.S. to provide 2 mln USD to Nepal for its peace process (09:33, April 07, 2007)
  • Suicide car bombing kills 6 in Afghan capital  (09:32, April 07, 2007)
  • Burundi to deploy peacekeepers in Somalia in weeks (09:32, April 07, 2007)
  • Cambodia's SRP calls for alliance to compete with CPP (09:30, April 07, 2007)
  • Nepali PM hails SAARC summit (09:29, April 07, 2007)
  • Australia to donate 1 mln USD for Cambodia to clean mines, UXO (09:28, April 07, 2007)
  • US reveals efforts to overthrow Mugabe  (15:09, April 07, 2007)
  • PM grants pensions for Saddam officers  (15:10, April 07, 2007)
  • French judge orders 42 people to stand trial  (15:10, April 07, 2007)
  • FBI agent killed in robbery shootout  (15:11, April 07, 2007)



  • Opinion




    Sports

  • Henry going nowhere, says Wenger (14:00, April 07, 2007)
  • Wenger plays down possible takeover of Arsenal (13:59, April 07, 2007)
  • Roddick, Blake put U.S. 2-0 ahead at Davis Cup (13:58, April 07, 2007)
  • Yao, McGrady sidelined from Rockets game against Trail Blazers (13:19, April 07, 2007)
  • Jankovic, Hantuchova eliminated out of Amelia Island tennis tournament (13:18, April 07, 2007)
  • Uruguayan cyclist Bravo remains leader (11:00, April 07, 2007)
  • Pumas and America to play Mexico City derby (11:00, April 07, 2007)
  • Peru lead Mexico 1-0 in Davis Cup tennis (10:59, April 07, 2007)
  • Industriales, Habana to play Cuban National Baseball Series semifinal (11:04, April 07, 2007)
  • Czech beats Switzerland in hockey warmup (10:57, April 07, 2007)
  • Maradona reduces sedatives to be off bed eating (10:57, April 07, 2007)
  • Roberto Carlos' future in suspense (10:56, April 07, 2007)
  • Charlton moves out of relegation zone (10:56, April 07, 2007)
  • Poland leads Nigeria 1-0 in Davis Cup (10:55, April 07, 2007)
  • Canada crush Zimbabwe Under-19 rugby side 8-0 (10:54, April 07, 2007)
  • Three-year-old Ugandan to ride in Central Africa MX Championship (10:54, April 07, 2007)
  • Olympic champion Yang waltzs into finals of national champions tourney (11:04, April 07, 2007)
  • Uganda to get 400,000 US dollars from FIFA for Goal Project (10:44, April 07, 2007)
  • Uganda wins two International Cricket Council awards (10:44, April 07, 2007)
  • Forty teams permitted to climb Mt. Himalayas from Nepali side (10:43, April 07, 2007)
  • Rose and Wetterich take charge at Augusta  (15:21, April 07, 2007)



  • Science & Technology

  • Cable laid for U.S. deep-sea observatory (14:02, April 07, 2007)
  • Apple consumption during pregnancy reduces risk for childhood asthma (13:21, April 07, 2007)
  • Grim news on climate change  (15:22, April 07, 2007)
  • China sees shortage of translators  (15:23, April 07, 2007)
  • Schools most vulnerable to health scares  (15:23, April 07, 2007)



  • Life

  • Train accident kills, injures 23 in Indonesia (13:28, April 07, 2007)
  • Five killed, 28 injured in Sri Lanka bus blast  (13:27, April 07, 2007)
  • Nepali PM calls for building society free of disease (13:25, April 07, 2007)
  • Indonesian man dies from bird flu (13:24, April 07, 2007)
  • Overweight increases risk for asthma: study (13:24, April 07, 2007)
  • FDA approves drug to prevent hepatitis B reinfection in liver transplant patients (13:23, April 07, 2007)
  • Canine stature could yield cancer clues  (15:24, April 07, 2007)
  • Anti-smoking campaign gets under way  (15:25, April 07, 2007)
  • Police draw first blood from gangs  (15:26, April 07, 2007)
  • Don't let devotion dominate fans' lives  (15:27, April 07, 2007)
  • Virus death toll mounts as 2 more die  (15:27, April 07, 2007)



  • Photo

    Personal belongings from Jackson family to be sold

    A Michael Jackson-autographed photograph is seen among personal belongings from the Jackson family, including Michael, Janet, Jermaine, Tito and La Toya, which are displayed in New York April 5, 2007, prior to being sold at an auction in Las Vegas on May 30.

    Chinese premier meets Spanish deputy PM

    Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao shakes hands with visiting Spanish first deputy Prime Minister Maria Teresa Fernandez de la Vega in Beijing, capital of China, April 6, 2007. Besides Beijing, Fernandez de la Vega also visited Shanghai, China's economic hub, and is scheduled to visit Xi'an, capital of China's northwestern Shaanxi Province.


    Versions:
    Copyright by People's Daily Online, all rights reserved