... following a bruising four month fight.
The capital and financial hub both recorded zero new locally-transmitted
infections for Monday, the first time the two cities... ... in both cities.
The demands of the
Zero approach show how difficult it is for Chinese officials to stamp out the infectious pathogen for long, and underscore the... ... economy from
Zero, especially ahead of the
Congress later this year, when President
is expected to secure an unprecedented third term....
... States that should be responsible for creating the debt trap.
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said on Monday that China-proposed... ... benefits and delivered tangible benefits to partner countries and their peoples for nine years since its inception.
By 2030, the
will generate $1.6 trillion of revenues... ... some countries have fallen into the debt trap, according to Zhao.
With regard to the new initiative put forward by G 7, China always welcomes initiatives that promote global...
... the overlapping craters created during the March 4 impact. The maximum width of the new double crater is similar to the
, an independent researcher... ...
in 2015, but later said he'd gotten that wrong and it was likely from a 2014 Chinese lunar mission, an assessment that
agreed with. The rocket in question... ... pieces of tiny debris that could damage a spacesuit, according to a
report last year.
... alive, another user said. Weibo removed the hashtag from its platform for the next five years. In early May,
doubled down on Zero-Covid policy after calling China's Internet... ... its zero-Covid policy in place until the beginning of 2023, based on signals from the Chinese government. For months, cities across China including Beijing and Shanghai have... ... hurting the job market. In May, the unemployment rate for people aged 16 -- 24 hit a new record high of 18.4%. China is shut down of cities and communities over a handful...
... parties' domestic annual sales reached 800 million yuan will need to be looked at in an antitrust review, according to the
Chinese regulators began cracking down on multiple industries in late 2020, and targeted the platform economy companies over behaviours it considered monopolistic, fining the likes of
and Meituan billions of dollars.
Last year, the regulators changed the country's anti-monopoly law, adding new emphasis on the digital economy and increasing penalty fines for instance. The revisions will take effect on Aug 1,
... raising concerns over a possible visit by state leaders for the July 1 celebrations, which include the swearing in of the city's new leader in 1997 on the anniversary of its handover from British rule.
Erick ... ... quarantine ahead of planned ceremonies.
China sticks to a byzantine approach of snap lockdowns, mass testing and quarantining, and Chinese officials seem to be taking extra precautions not to catch the virus. Since the outbreak of the Pandemic more than two years ago
has not left mainland China - but the Hong Kong government had begun to prepare for the arrival of a delegation ...
The zero-Covid policy could be put in place for the next five years, as well as mass mandatory testing and travel restrictions in Beijing have caused ... ... published on Monday afternoon was issued by
, the Beijing secretary of the Chinese Communist Party. The original text said that in the next five years, Beijing... ... Beijing announced in-person schooling would restart. Shanghai authorities reported no new cases at the weekend for the first time since March. The threat of sudden travel...
... sales reached 800 million yuan, the companies would need to seek an antitrust review, according to the
In late 2020, Chinese regulators began cracking down on multiple industries and targeted its once-freewheeling platform economy companies over behaviors it considered monopolistic, fining the likes of
and Meituan billions of dollars.
Last year, the regulators changed the country's anti-monopoly law, adding new emphasis on the digital economy and increasing penalty fines for instance. The revisions will take effect on Aug. 1, according ...