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Chinese troops ask U.S.military jet to leave Nansha Islands: FM
Chinese troops asked a U.S. military jet approaching the Nansha Islands to change course by radio, a foreign ministry spokesperson confirmed on Friday.
Why Bill Gates says 'bet on yuan'
Bill Gates' enthusiasm for the yuan shows that the internationalization of the RMB has had a noticeable impact on global big businesses and the international monetary system.
AIIB agrees on text as Japan’s aid plan launched
China and other members of the AIIB have wrapped up negotiations over the text of the organization's charter, a day after Japan unveiled a plan to provide $110 billion in aid for Asian infrastructure projects.
China's installed hydropower capacity ranked world's first
China's installed hydropower capacity reached 300 million kilowatt(kw) in 2014, ranking No.1 in the world, and represented one quarter of total world hydropwer capacity.
Loongson: China's home-grown processor builds its ecosystem
The Loongson CPU based ecosystem has taken shape. Loongson CPUs have been applied in industries ranging from equipment, electric power, petroleum, government office, and network security to finance.
School bus with 23 children falls into pond, 2 dead
A bus for a kindergarten, carrying 23 children, fell into the pond, leaving two children dead. Rains hit the region recently. The accident is still under investigation.

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