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Manufacturers, Exporters, Wholesalers - Global trade starts here.

Understanding China's trade surplus
China's trade surplus reached 22.45 billion US dollars this May, 5.47 billion dollars more than in April, and next only to February in value.
HK people do pretty well in governing HK
"One Country, Two Systems", "Hong Kong's people governing Hong Kong" and a high degree of autonomy in the authority over Hong Kong are familiar to all people.
Roundup: Asia needs continuing financial reforms
What Asia has learnt from the Asian Financial Crisis? Can Asia weather another crisis? These are the questions 10 years after the worst financial disaster.
Chinese FM in DPRK to help resolve N-issue
Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi reached Pyongyang yesterday on a three-day visit to discuss bilateral ties and to try to resolve the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue.
China's armed forces go stylish: Feature
The PLA garrison troops in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) put on new uniforms on July 1, the 10th anniversary of HK's return to China.
Russia plays "energy card"
Russia is interested in partnership and cooperation, in the field of energy, with the countries of Southeastern Europe and all of Europe, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on June 24th.
UPDATED: 11:07, July 03, 2007

The first container freight train starts off from the Lhasa west station in Lhasa, capital of the southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region on July 1, 2007. Qinghai-Tibet Railway, began operation a year ago on July 1, is witnessing its first anniversary of its openning. The railway had transported 1.3 million passengers and 650,000 tons of goods in or out of Tibet by May 31 this year, according to Qinghai-Tibet Railway Company.
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