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China's sharing economy facing more market competition, government support
China's sharing economy is facing mixed prospects for growth: market competition is increasing and weighing on players, the gov't is trying to offer more support.
China, U.S. hold 'constructive and fruitful' dialogue on diplomatic, security issues
China and the US held a high-level dialogue on diplomatic and security issues, vowing to promote bilateral ties by broadening cooperation and managing differences.
Official digital currency of China not yet to be issued: Central bank
China is not yet ready to issue an official digital currency of the nation, nor has it authorized any institute to do so.
Jack Ma meets old friend in Detroit after 4 decades apart
In 1980, Jack Ma acted as an English-speaking tour guide for an American visitor at Hangzhou's West Lake; four decades later the two met again in Detroit.
Medical scandal shows lax standards for televised shopping networks in China
A self-proclaimed professor of medicine has captured public attention after her identities, which she used to sell medical supplies on TV, were proved fake.
Inaccurate weather forecast sparks debate, rumors in China
China’s meteorological authorities frequently attract criticism and jokes, and their latest forecast has been ridiculed after a very serious rainstorm was predicted in Beijing.


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