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Monopoly probes treat firms equally

Official says China's antitrust probes are not protectionist tools favoring domestic companies as recent probes involved big foreign companies.

Chinese opt to study, but not stay, in US: report

China remains by far the largest source country for foreign students coming to the US for higher education, according to a new report from the Brookings Institution.

Foreigners using free legal aid services on the rise

The number of foreign offenders receiving legal aid has increased since a law was amended last year requiring the government to provide free help to foreign criminals who face life sentences or the death penalty.

Deeper energy cooperation promotes China, Russia partnership

China and Russia have agreed to further strengthen energy cooperation with more large-scale projects, so as to advance the comprehensive strategic partnership between the two countries to a new stage.

Why does the US always seek excuses for its wrongdoing?

The US can base its unreasonable excuses on its power and hegemony, evidence of a lack of mutual respect. The US argument about the interception does damage to bilateral interests relations.

Modi-Abe intimacy brings scant comfort

China's GDP is five times that of India's. Mutual trust between Beijing and New Delhi, facing strategic pressure from the north, is difficult to build as there is also an unresolved border conflict between the two.








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