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CSRC Scotches Rumor Only USD3.2 Million Profit Is Needed for Chip Company Listing After ZTE Ban

CSRC Scotches Rumor Only USD3.2 Million Profit Is Needed for Chip Company Listing After ZTE Ban

CSRC Scotches Rumor Only USD3.2 Million Profit Is Needed for Chip Company Listing After ZTE Ban. China’s securities regulator has…

Apr 20, 2018
Xu Wei
China’s Fiscal Revenue Growth Will Slow After Tax Cuts in May, Treasury Head Says

China’s Fiscal Revenue Growth Will Slow After Tax Cuts in May, Treasury Head Says

China’s fiscal revenue growth may slow from the second quarter of the year as China extends tax cuts and administrative fees, according to an official from the finance ministry.

Apr 19, 2018
Zhu Yanran
China to Ease Ownership Caps for Foreign Investors in Manufacturing This Year

China to Ease Ownership Caps for Foreign Investors in Manufacturing This Year

China plans to relax share-holding limits for foreign investors in the new energy vehicle, shipbuilding and aircraft manufacturing industries, the country’s top economic planning body said.

Apr 18, 2018
Xu Wei
Some Online Gaming Platforms Allow People to Engage in Gambling, CCTV Investigation Shows

Some Online Gaming Platforms Allow People to Engage in Gambling, CCTV Investigation Shows

Some Online Gaming Platforms Allow People to Engage in Gambling, CCTV Investigation Shows. China’s online gaming market has become the…

Apr 16, 2018
Liao Shumin
Trump Talks With British, French Leaders After Syria Strikes

Trump Talks With British, French Leaders After Syria Strikes

US President Donald Trump on Saturday talked with French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Theresa May via phone over the three nations' collective strikes on Syria Friday.

Apr 15, 2018
CGTN
US, France, Britain Launch Strikes on Syria

US, France, Britain Launch Strikes on Syria

US President Donald Trump announced that the US, along with France and Britain, has launched precision strikes against the Syrian government on Friday evening.

Apr 14, 2018
CGTN
China to Waive Tariffs on Imported Cancer Medicine From May 1

China to Waive Tariffs on Imported Cancer Medicine From May 1

China will stop requiring import duty on cancer drugs, including traditional Chinese remedies, from May 1 as it looks to combat a rising number of patients suffering the disease.

Apr 13, 2018
Liao Shumin
China Pilots Tax-Deferred Pension Insurance in Shanghai, Two Other Areas

China Pilots Tax-Deferred Pension Insurance in Shanghai, Two Other Areas

 China has finally decided to proceed with the introduction of tax-deferred commercial endowment insurance after a decade of research and debate in…

Apr 13, 2018
Liao Shumin
China’s First UK Nuclear Power Project Enters Delivery Stage

China’s First UK Nuclear Power Project Enters Delivery Stage

Hinkley Point C project, China’s first nuclear power station project in the UK, has currently entered the delivery stage.

Apr 10, 2018
Liao Shumin
China to Launch New Assault on Cryptos, Keep Exploring Own Digital Currency

China to Launch New Assault on Cryptos, Keep Exploring Own Digital Currency

China’s central bank will unleash a campaign against virtual currencies to regulate disorderly cash exchanges and maintain order in…

Mar 30, 2018
Liao Shumin
China to Lower VAT Rate for Domestic, Foreign Businesses From May 1

China to Lower VAT Rate for Domestic, Foreign Businesses From May 1

China to Lower VAT Rate for Domestic, Foreign Businesses From May 1. China is set to lower the rate of…

Mar 30, 2018
Liao Shumin
China Issues Express Sector Rules, Urges Couriers to Offer Cross-Border Shipping Services

China Issues Express Sector Rules, Urges Couriers to Offer Cross-Border Shipping Services

China Issues Express Sector Rules, Urges Couriers to Offer Cross-Border Shipping Services. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang recently released new interim…

Mar 28, 2018
Liao Shumin

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