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US urges North Korea to begin 'serious negotiation'
18 Sep 2016
US Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday urged North Korea to freeze its nuclear program as a first step toward starting serious negotiations with the United States and the world about its future.
Typhoon Meranti death toll rises to 28
18 Sep 2016
Heavy rains and winds up to 170 kilometres per hour (105 miles per hour) whipped eastern Fujian province late last week, flooding streets and knocking over trees, billboards and power lines.
‘Standards common language of the world’
16 Sep 2016
President Xi Jinping of China underlined how “standards have become the common language of the world” in a written message addressed to the 39th ISO General Assembly in Beijing.
Britain approves Hinkley Point nuclear deal
15 Sep 2016
Britain's government finally gave the green light to the controversial Chinese-backed Hinkley Point nuclear power plant Thursday -- but with new conditions to address security concerns.
Chinese ships sail near disputed islands
11 Sep 2016
Four Chinese vessels sailed into territorial waters around disputed islands in the East China Sea, Japan said Sunday, as Tokyo attempts to engage with Beijing to press North Korea over its latest nuclear test.
Obama warns China over South China Sea ruling
8 Sep 2016
US President Barack Obama warned Beijing Thursday it could not ignore a tribunal's ruling rejecting its sweeping claims to the South China Sea, driving tensions higher in a territorial row that threatens regional security.
Huawei commits $600million to 5G development
7 Sep 2016
Chinese technology firm, Huawei is investing at least $600 million to the development of fifth generation (5G) network.
China's Xi and Japan's Abe to meet at G20
5 Sep 2016
Chinese President Xi Jinping will meet Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in China Monday, Tokyo said, their first meeting in more than a year with their nations divided by territorial disputes and recriminations over history.
May defends delays on China-backed nuclear project
4 Sep 2016
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday defended her decision to delay a partly Beijing-backed nuclear power project, despite it causing diplomatic tensions, as she arrived in China for a G20 summit.
When fairly used products come handy
4 Sep 2016
Nigerians’ taste and high demand for imported used products has brought into being a new line of business, which in a way, is reminiscent of the traditional trade by barter.
China takes aggressive steps to fend off banking, financial risks
26 Aug 2016
China took aggressive steps on Wednesday to head off signs of growing risks in its financial and banking system, unveiling detailed rules to curb an unruly peer-to-peer (P2P) lending sector...
Philippines' Duterte warns China of 'reckoning'
24 Aug 2016
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte warned Wednesday of a "reckoning" with China if there was no resolution to a tense dispute over rival claims to the South China Sea.