Fri,Apr 18,2014

Quality of arable land 'worrying'

Pollutants in more than 16% of Chinese soil exceed national standards, while for arable land, the figure rises to almost 20%, an official report says.

China's economy still growing in a sustainable and healthy manner

Judging from the data on employment, incomes, prices, and structural adjustment of the first quarter, although economic growth has slowed down slightly, it is still running in a reasonable range.

Tragedies that break President Obama’s heart

Foreign wars have inflicted longstanding trauma on the American society. Though president Obama proclaims himself “heartbroken” over such tragedies, the US has not lost its appetite for foreign wars.

Out of G8, Russia is still a key player on the international stage

Russia makes its presence felt not only through the framework of the G8. It also plays an important role in multilateral mechanisms, including the UN, the G20, BRICS, SCO and APEC.

Danish Queen to visit China next week

At the invitation of Chinese President Xi Jinping, Queen of Denmark Margrethe II and his husband Prince Consort will pay a state visit to China from April 24 to 28, according to the Danish Embassy in China Thursday.

Office buildings sit idle in China's economic heartland

The stock of prime office space in Shanghai hit 6.31 million square meters in 2013 and will double in the next two to three years based on property consultancy DTZ's estimate.








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