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Small, private firms to get more help
Financial reformers are exploring measures to give smaller and private companies access to cheaper funds and reduce defaults on debt, given their significant contribution to economic growth and employment.
Relay satellite Queqiao plays key role in exploring moon's far side
China's Chang'e-4 probe has started the exploration on the far side of the moon thanks to the relay satellite that provides a communication link with ground control.
Reform and opening up brings a great progress for China
Four decades of reform and opening up has totally changed this country. In world history, no other country has experienced such a big change within such a short period of time.
Decoding secrets of China’s 350 km/h self-driving Fuxing train
The trains will also be able to adjust their highest operational speed without human intervention, to guarantee more precise schedules and higher transportation capacity.
Apple’s woes unnerve supply chain, may cause shake-ups in China’s use and division of labor
On Wednesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook told CNBC in an interview "[Apple's] shortfall is over 100 percent from iPhone and it's primarily in China."
China’s car-sharing industry in crisis
As the fever surrounding bike-sharing services experiences a cooling-off period, it seems that China’s shared automobile industry will also experience a "cold winter."
First postgraduate yoga program begins in China
A master’s degree in yoga, offered at the China-India Yoga College, enrolled its first students last September, and has drawn widespread attention.

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