Ending Poverty in China
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Fishermen on Yangtze embrace new life as Xi urges conservation
On Jan. 1 this year, a 10-year fishing ban took effect in pivotal waters of the Yangtze, after 332 conservation areas along the river enforced the fishing ban a year ago.
Chinese space enterprise gears up for record-breaking 40-plus launches in 2021
2020 has been a fruitful year for China's aerospace industry. It successfully launched its first Mars mission in July, taking the first step in its planetary exploration of the solar system.
Returnees become important driving force for entrepreneurship and innovation
While injecting fresh impetus into the innovative development of various industries, talents returned from overseas have helped enhance the endogenous power of China.
China constantly upgrades, optimizes energy structure
The coal consumption was largely curbed; stable petroleum and gas supply was guaranteed; and clean energy occupied a larger share.
World Bank: China's growth to pick up at 7.9% in 2021
China's economy is expected to expand by 7.9 percent in 2021, nearly double the global growth rate predicted for the year, the World Bank said in its forecast on Tuesday.
Commentary: China walks the talk on COVID-19 vaccine sharing
China has promised and championed from the very beginning that COVID-19 vaccines developed in the country will be made a global public good when they are available.
Desert village in NW China's Xinjiang relocated for poverty alleviation, embraces prosperous life
The per capital annual income of the residents surged to 9,136 yuan (nearly $1,400) from 3,200 yuan six years ago.

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