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China lands bombers on South China Sea island
China's air force has landed bombers on islands and reefs in the South China Sea as part of a training exercise in the region in what has been seen as another show of force by Beijing.
China, US agree to abandon trade war, threatened tariffs
Washington and Beijing have agreed to abandon any trade war and back off from imposing tariffs on each other, Chinese state media reported on Sunday.
China's wider manufacturing opening up benefits world
The constant widening of opening up in China's manufacturing sector will not only help domestic industrial upgrading but benefit all foreign companies, industry experts said.
'Made in China' label sheds light on old Java Sea shipwreck
A fresh examination of Chinese ceramics and other cargo from an important Java Sea shipwreck has led researchers to conclude that the vessel sank a century earlier than previously thought, providing insight into Asia’s maritime trade more than 800 years ago.
Toyota plans to roll into China's EV market in GAC Motor vehicle
Toyota Motor Corp (7203.T) is taking an unprecedented route to meet China’s stringent green car quotas: Its showrooms will sell an electric vehicle without the Japanese company’s distinctive triple-oval logo.
Iran holds meeting with Chinese companies on oil exports
A senior official at Iran's state-owned oil supplier met Chinese buyers this week to ask them to maintain imports after US sanctions kick in, three people familiar with the matter said.
EU concerned about ‘collateral damage’ from US-China spat
Europe is concerned about collateral damage it may suffer from America’s escalating trade spat with China, an EU official said as he criticized Washington for breaking a years-long push to force Beijing to cut steel and aluminum exports.
China sees unemployment remain steady in April
China continued to see the job market remain stable in April, with the unemployment rate at a relatively low level, official data showed.
China accuses EU of taking WTO back to ‘law of jungle’
China accused the European Union on Tuesday of risking a return to the “law of the jungle,” telling a dispute hearing at the World Trade Organization that it was astonished by what it called the EU’s disregard for the WTO’s rulebook.
China’s industrial output jumps but sales slump
China’s industrial output beat forecasts in April but retail sales slumped, official data showed on Tuesday, as the world’s second largest economy faces headwinds from its debt battle and US trade frictions.
China aiming to deliver world's largest amphibious aircraft by 2022
The China-developed AG600 large amphibious aircraft is expected to be delivered to customers by 2022, said manufacturer the Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC).
China's further reform, opening up  to better serve global growth, free trade
Four decades after its reform and opening-up, populous China retains its allure as a huge, growing market and an investment destination while becoming a big source of investment.
China launches new Iran train route
China on Thursday launched a freight train service that connects its northern regions to Iran’s capital Tehran in what could be a major connectivity project of vital importance to the flow of trade between the two countries.
US stick will not change China’s trade stance: Beijing
A Chinese official says the United States should stop using “a threatening stick” in trade negotiations with China, stressing that Beijing will not change its stance on trade matters under pressure.

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