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Beijing vows retaliation on US trade
The Ministry of Commerce expressed "deep regrets" on Friday at the United States' move to impose additional tariffs on Chinese imports and vowed to take necessary countermeasures.
Premier Li underlines tax cuts to benefit enterprises, boost market vitality
Premier Li called for more efforts to implement tax and fee cuts in a bid to let enterprises enjoy concrete benefits and further boost the vitality of market.
Top political advisor meets with media representatives across Taiwan Strait
Top political advisor Wang Yang Friday met with representatives of media outlets from both sides of the Taiwan Strait.
Global trade tensions a setback on sustainable development: UN chief
Current global tensions are a major setback for sustainable development, the Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres said at the World Trade Organization (WTO).
The best Mother’s Day gift
With Mother’s Day just around the corner, the annual celebration of mothers’ devotion to their children and family is heating up all over the world.
Trump says DPRK testing not "breach of trust"
- U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday said Pyongyang's recent weapon tests were "very standard" and not "a breach of trust," U.S. media reported.
China confirms 5 more surviving "comfort women"
Researchers have identified another five victims forced into sexual slavery by Japanese troops during WWII in central China's Hunan Province, bringing the total number of the survivors on the Chinese mainland to 18.

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