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China’s economic growth slows amid weak retail spending

Retail sales growth is the weakest since the country emerged from Covid-19 lockdowns

Pressure on Beijing to take steps to improve Chinese consumer confidence has intensified after news that weak retail spending dragged down the growth rate of the world’s second biggest economy.

With falling house prices still acting as a drag on activity, official figures showed the Chinese economy expanding at an annual rate of 4.7% in the second quarter – much weaker than the 5.1% expected by the financial markets.

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中国工程院院士吴天一最新著作发布

  中新网西宁7月15日电 (记者 孙睿)15日,由中国工程院院士吴天一和青海省政协党组书记、主席公保扎西共同编著的《高原康养——青海是个好地方》正式对外发布。

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台湾统派人士:两岸关系好,台湾才能好

  中新社台北7月15日电 (记者 张晓曦)台湾劳动党主席吴荣元15日在台北表示,两岸关系好,台湾才能好。“台独”越是冒进,台湾就越会陷入危险。台湾民众要坚定地反“独”促统,向着促进两岸和平统一的方向作出力所能及的努力,为中华民族伟大复兴作出应有的贡献。

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筑牢“安全堤坝” 全力应对“七下八上”防汛关键期

  当前,我国即将进入“七下八上”防汛关键期,这是每年防汛形势最为严峻的时期。

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占芭花常开 兄弟情常在——中老“友谊盾牌-2024”演训场见证异国兄弟情

  中新网万象7月15日电 题:占芭花常开 兄弟情常在——中老“友谊盾牌-2024”演训场见证异国兄弟情

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广东部署各级田长开展巡田 坚守耕地红线

  中新网广州7月15日电 (孙秋霞 陈伟杰)广东省2024年第1号总田长令近日正式签发,在全省范围内动员部署各级田长开展巡田,加强土地经营权流转合同履约监督,采取“长牙齿”的硬措施,落实最严格的耕地保护制度,坚决守住耕地红线,保障粮食安全。

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多款人形机器人亮相北京科博会

  中新社北京7月15日电 (记者 陈杭)第二十六届中国北京国际科技产业博览会(下称北京科博会)13日至16日在北京举办,多款人形机器人产品亮相展览现场。

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2024学年陆生赴台就读硕博士班招生达成率创史上最低

  中新社台北7月15日电 2024学年陆生赴台就读硕博士班15日发榜,计34校共录取174名,招生达成率仅11.6%,创台湾招学位陆生14年以来最低。

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China's economic 'mid-year report' reveals two major trends

China's economic "mid-year report" was unveiled on Monday, painting a picture of quantitative growth and qualitative improvement, which shows that the country’s economy entered the second half of the year with overall stability and a trajectory of progress.

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和评理 | 二十届三中全会为改革开放注入新动力

  中国共产党第二十届中央委员会第三次全体会议本周在北京召开,将对进一步全面深化改革、#8204;推进中国式现代化作出战略部署。

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习语品读|改革开放是党和人民大踏步赶上时代的重要法宝

  编者按:党的十八大以来,习近平总书记发表的一系列重要讲话和重要文章,风格鲜明、思想深邃、内涵深刻,用历史映照现实、远观未来,闪耀着马克思主义的真理光芒。这些重要讲话和文章中充满魅力的语言,是习近平总书记执政理念的真实写照,也是他人格魅力的生动体现。央视网《天天学习》栏目推出“习语品读”系列,以“新闻漫画+文字品读”的形式,带您从不同维度感悟习近平总书记的语言魅力。

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“内外联动” 云南健全横向生态保护补偿机制

  中新网昆明7月15日电 (陆希成)15日,云南省全面深化改革·推动高质量发展系列新闻发布会·生态文明体制改革专场在云南昆明召开。记者从会上获悉,云南积极推动横向生态保护补偿制度改革,与周边省份联动建立长江、珠江流域横向生态保护补偿机制的同时,省内各州(市)也建立了相关机制。

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两岸大学生新媒体创客营在重庆开营

  中新网重庆7月15日电 (钟旖 赵忆闽)以“‘渝’见台湾、焕发‘媒’力”为主题的两岸大学生新媒体创客营15日在重庆开营。

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第六季“科学公开课”即将上线 6个课程20位科学家授课

  中新网北京7月15日电 (记者 孙自法)“三体问题”为什么有趣、纳米世界有什么、人脑如何控制机械、化学怎样充满我们的生活、如何了解东亚人类的演化故事、天文望远镜能看到怎样的景象......在即将以网络直播方式呈现的“科学公开课”上,20位科学家应邀授课,他们将通过6个课程系列对公众关注的问题进行科学解答。

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金句|习近平总书记这样擘画全面深化改革开放

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2024年台盟中央“筑梦师者”培训班在长春开班

  中新网长春7月15日电 (高龙安)15日,由台盟中央主办,台盟吉林省委会、吉林省教育学院承办的台盟中央2024年“筑梦师者”骨干教师培训班(高中英语)在长春举办。共有来自贵州省黔西南州和赫章县教学一线的50名高中英语教师参加培训。

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72场深改会,读懂当代中国最深刻的改变

  玉渊谭天丨72场深改会,读懂当代中国最深刻的改变

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第一届桂台青年夏令营开营 台青盼了解昆仑关等历史遗址

  中新网南宁7月15日电(记者 蒋雪林)“我对此次夏令营行程非常有兴趣,不仅可以深入地了解广西的历史文化,还可以走访海峡两岸交流基地昆仑关战役旧址。”刚从台湾台南大学毕业的台青郭彧佐15日在广西南宁表示。

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天津获批设立国家海外知识产权纠纷应对指导地方分中心

  中新网天津7月15日电 (记者 周亚强)记者从天津市知识产权局获悉,近日,天津市知识产权保护中心获国家知识产权局批准设立海外知识产权纠纷应对指导地方分中心。这是天津进一步推进和提升海外知识产权风险预警和纠纷应对能力的重要举措和支撑平台。

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习近平:增强做中国人的志气、骨气、底气

  7月16日出版的第14期《求是》杂志发表中共中央总书记、国家主席、中央军委主席习近平的重要文章《必须坚持自信自立》。这是习近平总书记2013年1月至2024年3月期间有关重要论述的节录。

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吴登芬任浙江省绍兴市代市长

  中新网绍兴7月15日电(项菁)7月15日,浙江省绍兴市第九届人大常委会召开第二十一次会议,接受施惠芳同志辞去绍兴市市长职务的请求,决定吴登芬同志任绍兴市副市长、代市长。

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第七届“爱·在芒果”活动启动 50名台湾学生湖南广电实习

  中新网长沙7月15日电 (付敬懿)第七届台湾高校新闻传播专业学生暑期来湘“爱·在芒果”实习交流活动15日在湖南长沙启动,来自台湾世新大学、义守大学等16所高校的50名学生,将在湖南广播影视集团旗下湖南卫视、芒果TV等频道及单位进行近一个月的实习交流。

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海上成功救助!中国救捞系统新型直升机首次执行救助任务

  2024年7月15日清晨,交通运输部东海救助局接上海海上搜救中心险情信息:位于长江口灯船以东约30海里处,某外籍工程船上1名外籍船员海上突发心脏病,亟须救助。2024年6月底刚入列东海第一救助飞行队的AW189型救助直升机出动,执行救助任务,将患病船员接救至上海就医。这也是AW189型救助直升机入列中国救捞系统后执行的首次救助任务。

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洪秀柱在昆明唱台湾民歌:我把想你的心 托给飘过的云

  中新网昆明7月15日电 (韩帅南 罗婕)“我把想你的心,托给飘过的云。愿我赞美的风,带来喜悦的信。”近日,来到云南昆明将出席第12届云台会的中国国民党前主席、中华青雁和平教育基金会董事长洪秀柱,清唱台湾女歌手蔡琴的民歌《盼与寄》,表达对云南的想念。

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新模式带来哪些改变?探访我国首条零碳沙漠公路

  走近大国工程丨探访我国首条零碳沙漠公路

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为中国式现代化新疆实践提供坚强政治保证——党的十八届三中全会以来新疆推进党的建设制度改革综述

  石榴云/新疆日报记者 张艳芳

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China's first real value transaction through m-CBDC Bridge completes in S China

The mBridge project has reached China's first real value digital currency transaction in the minimum viable product (Pre-MVP) stage, according to the Guangdong branch of China's Industrial and Commercial Bank on Monday.

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China's stable economic performance unchanged: NBS spokesperson

In response to the slowdown in China's GDP growth rate in the second quarter, a spokesperson for the National Bureau of Statistics stated on Monday that the overall scale of national economic indicators remains considerable and that the stable economic performance remains unchanged.

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“而今迈步从头越——长征路上学党史”网上主题宣传活动启动

  中新网于都7月15日电 7月15日,纪念红军长征出发90周年“而今迈步从头越——长征路上学党史”网上主题宣传活动在于都启动。

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6省市16条河流发生超警以上洪水

  水利部发布,截至今天(7月15日)8时,三峡水库水位回落至165.86米,超汛限17.86米。长江中游干流莲花塘至汉口江段及洞庭湖水位止落回涨,九江至大通江段及鄱阳湖水位波动缓退,大通江段水位退至警戒。

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China’s economy growing slower than expected as leaders meet for third plenum

The world’s second-largest economy is grappling with a real estate debt crisis, weakening consumption, an ageing population and geopolitical tensions

China’s economy slowed more than expected in the June quarter, increasing the likelihood that a gathering of top officials in Beijing this week will unveil efforts to rekindle growth.

The world’s second-largest economy expanded by 4.7% in the April-June period from a year earlier, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Monday. That result was down from 5.3% growth in the March quarter and the 5.1% rate economists had predicted.

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陕西推进秦岭生态环境保护 去年至今共批捕104人

  中新网西安7月15日电 (记者 张一辰)“近年来,陕西检察机关始终高度重视秦岭生态环境保护工作,开展跨区域检察改革,努力提升生态环境检察专门化水平,持续推动融入现代环境治理体系。”陕西省人民检察院党组成员王勇15日表示。

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国家铁路局部署开展主汛期防洪集中督导检查

  中新网7月15日电 据国家铁路局网站消息,近日,国家铁路局安委会印发通知,自通知下发日起至七月底,由局领导带队,成立7个督导检查组开展主汛期防洪集中督导检查。

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中方:愿同伊朗新政府一道努力,推动中伊全面战略伙伴关系行稳致远

  中新网北京7月15日电 (记者 张蔚然)中国外交部发言人林剑15日主持例行记者会。

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习语|全面深化改革的路走对了,要继续大步走下去

  “事实证明,全面深化改革的路走对了,而且要继续大步走下去。”习近平总书记的一番话,掷地有声!

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Beijing airports see increase of flights

As the summer season progresses, Beijing's two airports have witnessed a surge in traveler numbers.

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China's employment rate generally stable

China has generally maintained stable employment in the first six months, according to Wang Pingping, a claim confirmed by data from the National Bureau of Statistics.

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China's rail freight volume, turnover top world rankings

The volume and turnover of China's rail freight rank first in the world, with cargo volume exceeding that of the United States and Russia combined, ranked second and third.

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China sets eyes on new quality productive forces to drive next-stage economic growth

China vowed to continue to develop new quality productive forces to counter increasing uncertainties during the country's industry transformation and upgrade

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Security scrutinized after Trump shooting

A day after former U.S. president Donald Trump narrowly survived an assassination attempt at a rally, there was much commentary as to whether the Secret Service had provided adequate security.

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Xinjiang hosts online activities to promote cultural exchanges

Themed "Maintaining unity in diversity, embracing cyberspace in Xinjiang," a series of activities for the 2024 Xinjiang Network Culture kicked off in Yining city, Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region on July 10.

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20th CPC Central Committee starts third plenary session

The 20th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) started its third plenary session in Beijing on Monday morning.

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Spain beats England 2-1 to win Euro 2024 title

Spain won a record-breaking fourth European Championship, defeating England 2-1 in the Euro 2024 final on Sunday in Berlin.

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CPC leadership holds reform-themed plenum from July 15 to 18

The Communist Party of China (CPC) convenes the third plenary session of its 20th Central Committee on July 15 in Beijing.

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Nation's diving supremacy seems set to continue in Paris

China's super-teen diving duo are poised to peak at the right time and lead a golden sweep in Paris.

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26th China Beijing International High-tech Expo draws visitors

Covering an area of 22,000 square meters, the event attracted more than 300 enterprises and organizations from home and abroad with 6 special exhibition areas.

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10 practitioners from 47 countries awarded 'Shaolin kung fu star'

Kung fu practitioners from 47 countries and region participated in the competition for the title of "Shaolin kung fu star" on Sunday.

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Olympic Games Paris 2024 Torch Relay begins in Paris

French football Olympics 2024 coach Thierry Henry poses for a photo with the Olympic torch before the Olympic Games Paris 2024 Torch Relay in Paris, France, July 14, 2024.

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Giant panda celebrates 17th birthday at Jinan Zoo

Giant panda Hua Ao enjoys a special cake made of bamboo shoots to celebrate its 17th birthday at Jinan Zoo, east China's Shandong Province, July 14, 2024.

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China's 144-hour visa-free transit policy applies to 37 ports of entry

A 144-hour visa-free transit policy will be implemented at the Zhengzhou Airport Economic Zone in Henan Province starting July 15, according to China's National Immigration Administration.

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Manufacturers up investments in services trade

China's trade in services totaled 3.02 trillion yuan ($415.66 billion) in the first five months of this year, up 16 percent year-on-year, data from the Ministry of Commerce showed.

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China criticizes U.S. act for interfering in Xizang affairs

Beijing has strongly protested against Washington's passage and signing into law of the so-called Promoting a Resolution to the Tibet-China Dispute Act, warning it severely undermines China's interests and must not be implemented.

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Chinese warehouses abroad solve supply woes, offer many benefits

Overseas warehouses have also become a crucial solution to deal with the disruption of the global supply chain and fluctuations in international shipping costs during the peak season.

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Chinese research team creates tiny, wireless brain sensor

Chinese researchers have developed a sesame seed-sized, biodegradable and wireless brain sensor that could potentially transform the way brain conditions are monitored in patients with head injuries or tumors.

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Pioneering scientist Zhang Cunhao dies at 96

Zhang Cunhao, a distinguished physicist and chemist who spearheaded advances in China's scientific landscape, died in Beijing on Friday at age 96.

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Campaign to protect children online

China's top internet regulator has launched a two-month campaign to protect children online during the summer vacation, targeting e-commerce predators and inappropriate content.

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Cruise market recovery expected to speed up in Q3

China's cruise market saw a robust recovery in the first half of 2024, with 206 voyages operated by 23 cruise ships that carried 500,000 passengers, China Media Group (CMG) reported on Sunday.

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31 rivers exceed warning levels as China enters key flood season

A total of 31 flood-swollen rivers in multiple places across the country exceeded warning levels between Saturday morning and Sunday morning.

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Attack on Trump to reshape election race

Former U.S. president Donald Trump was injured in a shooting during a campaign rally on Saturday, an attack that will likely reshape this year's U.S. presidential race while U.S. citizens fear rising political violence.

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Fundamental sciences key to humanity's future

The integration and interaction among the three fundamental scientific fields namely mathematics, theoretical physics, and theoretical computer and information science are expected to bring more exciting breakthroughs in their cross-sectors.

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Chinese firms' new-age ventures elevate BRI

Chinese companies, particularly those from high-end manufacturing and trade in services, are adjusting their strategies to better align with the evolving environment in BRI economies.

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China following shooting incident at Trump rally: FM spokesperson

China is following the shooting incident at a campaign rally of former U.S. President Donald Trump, a foreign ministry spokesperson said on Sunday.

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President Xi offers Trump sympathies following shooting

President Xi Jinping has expressed sympathies to Trump, the statement added.

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China's rail network sets new record in cargo transportation

China's railway network transported 332 metric million tons of cargo last month, achieving a freight turnover of 266.5 billion ton-kilometers, recording a year-on-year increase of 6.1 percent and 5.3 percent, respectively.

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Chinese delegation called on to compete with 'pride and integrity'

As the Paris Olympics just around the corner, the Chinese Olympic Committee has called on its 716-strong delegation to compete with pride and integrity at the sporting gala to promote the country's international image.

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(W.E. Talk) Huang Gesheng: Why Is the Chinese Painting Hundred Miles of the Lijiang River Collected by the Library of Congress in the United States ?

The Chinese painting Hundred Miles of the Lijiang River was presented by the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in the United States of America to then U.S. President George Herbert Walker Bush as a state gift.

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Silk Road Ark sets sail on maiden medical voyage

The People's Liberation Army Navy recently unveiled its latest hardware — an advanced hospital ship.

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U.S. firms sanctioned for Taiwan arms sales

China has taken countermeasures by sanctioning six United States defense-related companies and five senior executives after the U.S. recently announced another arms sale to China's Taiwan region.

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China launches largest natural uranium mining project

Work on a natural uranium production project in Ordos, North China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, China’s largest so far, started on Friday.

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Trump grazed by gunshot at rally in Pennsylvania

Former U.S. president Donald Trump was seen bleeding from the ear but not seriously injured after a volley of loud pops now reported as gunshots could be heard shortly after the start of his rally in Butler, Pennsylvania, on Saturday.

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Fact check: Ecosystem of Huangyan Island excellent

The coral reef ecosystem of China's Huangyan Island in the South China Sea has thrived despite the global coral bleaching crisis, according to a report published on Wednesday. 

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Tianjin restores glory of Xiaozhan Rice brand

Beside Baiwan Road in Jinnan district, Tianjin, the Xiaozhan Rice fields, the birthplace of the century-old rice variety, farmers are confident with their transplanting efforts in the hot summer.

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CNS Shandong aircraft carrier fleet begins scheduled training

The CNS Shandong aircraft carrier fleet's recent open-sea combat training was part of its annual schedule and not aimed at any specific target, the Chinese Defense Ministry said on Friday.

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Chinese police officers head for Croatia to take part in joint patrols

Eight Chinese police officers will depart for Croatia on July 15 to participate in the 2024 China-Croatia joint police patrol, said the Ministry of Public Security on Friday.

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China urges outsiders not to muddy regional waters

China has urged non-regional countries led by the United States to genuinely respect regional countries' efforts in maintaining peace and stability in the South China Sea.

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Japan overstates 'China threat' in defense paper

Japan released its 2024 defense white paper on Friday, pursuing a policy of strengthening its own military power by making a big fuss about the "China threat", which is in line with the wishes of the United States, experts said.

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Solomon Islands hailed as 'good brother'

President Xi Jinping said on Friday that China's friendly cooperation with the Solomon Islands and other Pacific island countries never targets any third party or seeks political gain.

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Experts say nation at forefront of energy turn

China is poised to provide effective solutions to the significant challenges faced in achieving a global energy transition, as the country has been continuously accelerating energy technology innovation, said industry experts.

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Measures unveiled to enhance sustainable development

China on Friday pledged to take a series of measures, including expanding channels for financing and strengthening cooperation with multiple partners, to give durable and strong impetus to sustainable development.

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App that tracked fuel tankers in China used to transport cooking oil is disabled

App reportedly received a surge in queries this week after newspaper exposed food safety scandal

An app that allows users to track trucks across China has been disabled after a scandal in which reporters discovered that tankers used to transport fuel were also being used to transport cooking oil, without proper cleaning in between.

On Thursday, Chinese media reported that the tracking function on Shipping Help, an app used to track cargos, had been disabled. The app displayed a message saying the service was being “upgraded” and was therefore “temporarily unavailable”.

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China posts record trade surplus as foreign importers rush to beat tariffs

The $99bn figure comes as data shows exports growing at fastest rate in 15 months while imports fell

China posted a record $99bn (£76.4bn) trade surplus last month amid signs of importers bringing forward orders to beat higher tariffs on goods from the world’s second biggest economy.

The latest official figures from Beijing showed exports growing at their fastest rate in 15 months, while the weakness of China’s domestic economy resulted in falling imports.

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CHINADA Statement Regarding the Results of Review Delivered by the Independent Prosecutor

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China hits back at Nato over Russia accusations

The West has called Beijing a "decisive enabler" of Russia's war on Ukraine.

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What China accomplishes is unprecedented in world history: U.S. expert

During a panel on the sidelines of the second High-Level Conference of the Forum on Global Action for Shared Development held in Beijing on Friday, Jeffrey D. Sachs, president of the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network, said what China accomplished from 1980 to 2020 is unprecedented in world history.

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Confrontations in South China Sea surge, raising fears a miscalculation could lead to conflict

Vessels have been rammed, punctured with knives, damaged by water cannon and targeted by military-grade lasers. Now the Philippines’ US ambassador has warned the aggression must be reduced to avoid conflict

Reports of aggressive and dangerous conduct by Chinese vessels in the fiercely contested South China Sea have surged over the past 17 months, as tensions mount in one of Asia’s biggest flashpoints.

Since February 2023, the Philippines has accused China of unsafe behaviour on at least 12 occasions, often within the water of its exclusive economic zone (EEZ), according to Philippine government data compiled by the thinktank the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS), which tracks incidents as part of its regional Asia-Pacific Regional Security Assessment.

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China railway passenger trips set record high

China's railway sector recorded 2.096 billion passenger trips in the first half of this year, up 18.4 percent year-on-year, according to data from the National Railway Administration released on Friday.

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Global conference on human rights in Chinese Classics calls for second papers

The International Conference on Ideas of Human Rights in the Ancient Chinese Classics recently issued the second call for papers from both domestic and foreign participants, aiming to enhance the exploration of related concepts found in ancient Chinese texts.

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Xi meets prime minister of Solomon Islands

Chinese President Xi Jinping met with Prime Minister Jeremiah Manele of the Solomon Islands in Beijing on Friday.

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Manila urged to 'immediately withdraw' ships illegally stationed at Xianbin Reef

China's Defense Ministry urges Manila to "immediately withdraw" ships illegally stationed at Xianbin Reef in the South China Sea.

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Xi meets Vanuatu's PM

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday met with Prime Minister of the Republic of Vanuatu Charlot Salwai in Beijing.

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China initiates world's first integrated 6G test network

China has developed the world's first 6G field test network integrating communication and intelligence, demonstrating that existing 4G and 5G infrastructures can achieve 6G transmission capabilities.

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Shanghai Disneyland to expand new themed project

Shanghai Disneyland has commenced a new 2.46 billion yuan ($338 million) expansion project, anchored by an outdoor scenic area and ancillary service facilities, as well as landscape enhancements.

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Mainland bone marrow donations surpass 18,000

The number of bone marrow donations made on the Chinese mainland surpassed 18,000 on Friday, including 383 donations made to patients in 31 countries and regions outside the mainland, according to the China Marrow Donor Program.

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China releases case of using campus loans to force student to steal national secrets

MSS released on Friday a case involving a foreign spy intelligence agency using campus loans to pressure and threaten a student borrower through high-interest loans, violent debt collection, and intimidation in order to steal national secrets from China.

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Anne Applebaum on autocracies and signs of America’s move to join them - podcast

Back in December Donald Trump said the quiet bit out loud when he announced he wanted to be a dictator – if only on day one. Looking around the world in the 21st century, autocracy is getting a new lease of life – authoritarian regimes are working together, and the danger to democracies like the United States is getting closer to home.

This week, Jonathan Freedland is joined by the political commentator and author Anne Applebaum to look at what the US should be doing to tackle the growing threat of autocracy

Archive: CNN, CSPAN, PBS Newshour, MSNBC, Fox News, AP News, DW News

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Beijing to hold high-level security conference

The 11th Beijing Xiangshan Forum, a high-level security conference, will be held in Beijing from Sept 12 to 14, China's Defense Ministry announced on Friday.

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China sees imports and exports expand yearly

China's total goods imports and exports expanded 6.1 percent year-on-year in the first half of this year to 21.17 trillion yuan ($2.91 trillion), hitting a recording high, data from the General Administration of Customs showed on Friday.

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Measures to bolster Shanghai's catering sector

A slew of measures targeting the high-quality development of Shanghai's catering industry were unveiled on Wednesday, which are hoped to better facilitate consumption, benefit people's livelihoods, and stabilize employment.

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Fact Check 丨Who is destroying South China Sea's ecosystem?

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China’s foreign trade up 6.1% in H1

China's foreign trade in goods reached 21.17 trillion yuan ($2.9 trillion) in H1, up 6.1% year-on-year, according to data released on Friday by the General Administration of Customs.

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China's summer grain output hit nearly 150 million tons

China's output of summer grain totaled 149.78 million tons in 2024, an increase of 3.627 million tons, or 2.5 percent, over 2023 levels, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) announced on Friday.

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Rescue efforts underway in Chongqing after heavy rainfall

Downpours have hit Chongqing, raising waters above alert levels in 15 rivers. More than 130 local officers and soldiers were sent to help rescue trapped people in the affected areas.

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National Maritime Day celebrated with open day activity on military vessel

An open day activity was held to celebrate China's 20th National Maritime Day on Thursday.

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Fire breaks out in spire of Rouen Cathedral in France

The spire of the iconic building painted by Claude Monet in the 19th century was undergoing renovations when the blaze started.

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Aerial view: Danxia Landform stretching like tree branches in Inner Mongolia

Aerial view of Danxia Landform stretching like tree branches on Earth in Bayannuur, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.

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Insights | Bengali delegates wish to learn China's green technologies and enhance climate cooperation

Bengali representatives from different fields shared their thoughts and experiences on their 9-day visit to China at a wrap-up event in Beijing.

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Five principles resonate today, say British experts

The Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, a foreign relations concept proposed by the Chinese leadership 70 years ago, still resonate today, providing a fundamental framework for building peace and advancing economic cooperation.

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China issues white paper on marine eco-environmental protection

China's State Council Information Office released a white paper titled "Marine Eco-Environmental Protection in China" on Thursday, shedding light on the country's comprehensive governance of key sea areas, such as the Bohai Sea, the Yangtze River Estuary-Hangzhou Bay, and the Pearl River Estuary.

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Insights丨Warwick Powell: America’s pursuit of primacy anathema to peace and stability in Asia

Warwick Powell, former policy advisor to Kevin Rudd and senior fellow at Taihe Institute, noted in an interview with China News Network that American pursuit of primacy in Asia is contrary to the interests of peace in Asia, and is anathema to peace and stability in Asia, adding that "this causes some frictions in both Japan and ROK, because not everybody in these countries welcomes the ongoing role of the United States in Asia, let alone in their own countries." (Chen Tianhao)

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10th Nishan Forum: Confucianism offers contemporary wisdom

Participants attending the 10th Nishan Forum on World Civilizations on Wednesday highlighted the enduring relevance of Confucianism among modern civilizations.

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AI talent commands higher salaries

Employers in China are increasingly seeking talent with strong knowledge in artificial intelligence, offering significantly higher salaries than for other jobs, according to a recent report by recruitment portal Zhaopin.

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Beijing to keep close watch on tariffs from Jakarta

Beijing said on Thursday it will closely follow potential safeguard duties that Jakarta might impose on specific products, adding that it will work with Jakarta to uphold a free and open international trade order.

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Nato summit: US announces new $225m military aid package for Ukraine – as it happened

This live blog is now closed. You can find coverage of Joe Biden’s evening press conference here.

Here are some photos from yesterday via the newswires:

All eyes will be on US president, Joe Biden, and his press conference at the Nato 75th anniversary event later today as he takes off-script questions from the media, writes Jem Bartholomew in the Guardian’s latest First Things newsletter.

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Chinese warships spotted off Alaska coast, US Coast Guard says

Four Chinese vessels were ‘transiting in international waters but still inside the US exclusive economic zone’

Multiple Chinese military warships were spotted off the coast of Alaska over the weekend, the US Coast Guard announced.

In a statement released on Wednesday, the US Coast Guard said that it detected three vessels approximately 124 miles (200km) north of the Amchitka Pass in the Aleutian Islands, as well as another vessel approximately 84 miles (135km) north of the Amukta Pass, a strait between the Bering Sea and the north Pacific Ocean.

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US, Canada and Finland form ‘Ice Pact’ to project influence into Arctic region

Partnership could produce up to 90 icebreaker ships to counter Russian and Chinese inroads into region

Canada, the United States and Finland say a newly announced “Ice Pact” to build a fleet of polar icebreaker ships will challenge China’s control of the market as nations scramble for influence in the Arctic.

The deal, announced during the Nato summit in Washington, could see as many as 90 icebreaker ships produced by the three countries in the coming years.

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China a ‘decisive enabler’ of Russia’s war in Ukraine, says Nato

Communique highlights concerns over Beijing’s nuclear arsenal and space capabilities

Nato leaders have labelled China a “decisive enabler” of Russia’s war against Ukraine and called its deepening ties with Moscow a cause of “deep concern”, in what has been seen as the most serious rebuke against Beijing from the alliance.

The final communique, approved by the 32 Nato members at the summit in Washington, also highlights concerns about Beijing’s nuclear arsenal and its capabilities in space.

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Outrage in China over use of unwashed fuel tankers to transport cooking oil

Food safety scandal exposed by state-run newspaper has implicated several major Chinese firms

A food safety scandal has caused mounting public outrage in China days before a high-level Chinese Communist party meeting at which leaders will try to boost confidence in the economy.

Last week the state-run newspaper Beijing News published an in-depth exposé on the “open secret” of fuel tankers being used to transport cooking oil, without the tankers being washed or disinfected in between.

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China building two-thirds of world’s wind and solar projects

Country on track reach 1,200GW of installed wind and solar capacity by end of 2024 – six years ahead of Beijing’s target

The amount of wind and solar power under construction in China is now nearly twice as much as the rest of the world combined, a report has found.

Research published on Thursday by Global Energy Monitor (GEM), an NGO, found that China has 180 gigawatts (GW) of utility-scale solar power under construction and 159GW of wind power. That brings the total of wind and solar power under construction to 339GW, well ahead of the 40GW under construction in the US.

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Swimmer rescued 80km off Japan coast, 36 hours after being swept out to sea

Twenty-one year old spent two nights in the ocean before being spotted by a cargo ship

A woman who was swept out to sea while swimming at a beach in Japan has been rescued about 80km (50 miles) off the coast, 36 hours after she went missing, officials have said.

The 21-year-old Chinese national, buoyed by a rubber ring, had been swimming at Shirahama Ohama beach at about 7.30pm on Monday with a friend, the coast guard said on Thursday.

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China rocked by cooking oil contamination scandal

The controversy over claims fuel tankers were used for food products has been trending on social media.

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Chinese navy destroyer and helicopter shadowed Australian warship during high-profile standoff, documents show

Exclusive: Australian helicopter was outside Chinese territorial waters when forced to manoeuvre to avoid fighter jet flares in ‘unsafe’ operation

An Australian helicopter was flying south-east of China’s Shandong peninsula but outside its territorial waters when a Chinese fighter aircraft released flares in its path, new documents show.

Guardian Australia can reveal that Australia’s HMAS Hobart warship was also being shadowed by a People’s Liberation Army (PLA) navy destroyer and another Chinese helicopter at the time of the 4 May standoff.

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Man caught smuggling 100 snakes in his trousers

The traveller was caught with "living snakes in all kinds of shapes, sizes and colours", officials say.

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Heavy rains flood streets and trap hundreds in China – video report

Heavy rainfall flooded streets and triggered landslides in China’s south-western municipality of Chongqing, the state broadcaster CCTV reported on Wednesday. In Kaizhou district, more than 450 people were displaced as water levels from the Nan and Puli rivers, tributaries of the Yangtze, reached 4 metres. In Badong county in Hubei province, rescuers evacuated residents from buildings and removed vehicles partly submerged in flood water

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Why is Modi sucking up to Putin? It’s simple and cynical: China and oil | Sergey Radchenko

Building bridges to Russia plays to India’s strategic interest, which is to insert itself between Beijing and Moscow

If bear-hugging a murderous autocrat is not your idea of a sensible foreign policy, then you aren’t thinking like the Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi. His fraternising with Vladimir Putin this week has included a private welcome at the latter’s sprawling estate outside Moscow, a lavish dinner and even a happy ride-around in an e-cart.

During the frivolities, Russia launched another series of airstrikes on targets in Ukraine, destroying a children’s hospital in Kyiv. But Modi would not let that derail the summit. He is playing for higher stakes. Modi knows well how to opportunistically turn someone else’s war to his advantage. His objective, after all, is to raise India’s profile – and his own – in the hope of becoming an indispensable power, one equally courted by democrats and dictators.

Sergey Radchenko is Wilson E Schmidt distinguished professor at the Henry A Kissinger Center, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Baltimore

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Man in China caught smuggling 100 live snakes in his trousers

Traveller stopped by customs as he sought to slip out of Hong Kong into the border city of Shenzhen

A man has been caught trying to smuggle more than 100 live snakes into mainland China by cramming them into his trousers, according to the country’s customs authority.

The unnamed traveller was stopped by customs officers as he sought to slip out of semi-autonomous Hong Kong and into the border city of Shenzhen, China Customs said in a statement on Tuesday.

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China Tesla rival BYD signs $1bn Turkey plant deal

The electric vehicle giant has been rapidly expanding manufacturing capacity outside its home country.

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Mapped: the vast network of security deals spanning the Pacific, and what it means

Guardian analysis shows web of agreements between Pacific countries and Australia, US and China, as experts raise concerns over rising militarisation

As competition for influence in the Pacific region intensifies, analysis by the Guardian has mapped a vast network of security, policing and defence agreements between the island countries and foreign partners – leading to concerns about militarisation of the region.

The Guardian examined agreements and partnerships covering security, defence and policing with the 10 largest Pacific countries by population. Australia remains the dominant partner in the region – accounting for more than half the deals identified – followed by New Zealand, the US and China.

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Chinese developers scramble as OpenAI blocks access in China

US firm’s move, amid Beijing-Washington tensions, sparks rush to lure users to homegrown models

At the World AI Conference in Shanghai last week, one of China’s leading artificial intelligence companies, SenseTime, unveiled its latest model, SenseNova 5.5.

The model showed off its ability to identify and describe a stuffed toy puppy (wearing a SenseTime cap), offered feedback on a drawing of a rabbit, and instantly read and summarised a page of text. According to SenseTime, SenseNova 5.5 is comparable with GPT-4o, the flagship artificial intelligence model of the Microsoft-backed US company OpenAI.

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Scammed by the fake Chinese police

Con men threaten to extradite their victims to China if they don’t pay “bail”.

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Book on Aukus ‘fiasco’ says decision to embrace pact will ‘haunt’ Labor for years

Andrew Fowler’s book reveals one of Australia’s most important requirements for its submarines was the ability to work alongside the US in South China Sea

One of Australia’s most important requirements for its new submarines is the ability to work alongside the United States in the South China Sea, a new book discloses.

The book by Andrew Fowler, a former investigative journalist for the ABC’s Four Corners and Foreign Correspondent programs, also predicts that Labor’s rush to embrace the Aukus pact “will haunt them for years to come”.

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EU hits Chinese electric cars with new tariffs

The move poses a challenge to Beijing, which hopes EVs will help revive the country's flagging economy.

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What Moscow, Beijing and Delhi think of Biden v Trump rematch

Eight BBC correspondents give their view on the US election from global capitals.

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School children sang anthem too softly - Hong Kong

Officials advise teachers to help students "cultivate habit and confidence" while singing anthem.

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South China Sea tensions force US and Beijing to talk more

The two superpowers are talking more often to avoid conflict, the US ambassador to China tells the BBC.

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Dan's the man: Why Chinese women are looking to ChatGPT for love

A jailbreak version of ChatGPT is becoming popular with women who prefer it to real world dating.

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Why the EU might be about to make Chinese electric cars more expensive

Brussels is widely expected to introduce tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles coming to Europe.

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A cartoon cat has been vexing China’s censors – now he says they are on his tail

A student fears he is in China's crosshairs, for sharing the news Beijing doesn't want you to hear.

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RYAN S. NAPIERSKI from NU SKIN: Deepening roots in the Chinese market to build a healthy China

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