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‘Key to China’s power future’: cost of solar to match coal power by 2023, scientists say

‘Key to China’s power future’: cost of solar to match coal power by 2023,...

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The costs of solar and coal power will be comparable across China by 2023 as solar energy conversion becomes more efficient and the...
Congress must check Biden's risky Iran reset

How to counter China’s growing economic power around the globe

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Lithuania has always lived in a tough neighborhood. Having a Russian bear for a neighbor is not easy.This small nation of 2.7 million people...
‘Much misperception’: China’s ambassador to UK urges ‘candid dialogue’ to repair trust

‘Much misperception’: China’s ambassador to UK urges ‘candid dialogue’ to repair trust

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China’s new ambassador to Britain called for “candid” communication to fix the lack of trust between the nations, weeks after he was barred...
China’s home-grown C919 aircraft hit by tough US export controls, limiting threat to Airbus and Boeing

China’s home-grown C919 aircraft hit by tough US export controls, limiting threat to Airbus...

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China’s C919 aircraft – a no-show at the country’s biggest air show this week – has found it harder to meet certification and...
China’s Covid-19 outbreak in Fujian shows signs of slowing

China’s Covid-19 outbreak in Fujian shows signs of slowing

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The Covid-19 outbreak in China’s southeastern province of Fujian showed signs of slowing on Friday, with daily infections recording the smallest growth since...
China’s ‘nanny state’ push shows how far Beijing will go to get children behind national rejuvenation efforts

China’s ‘nanny state’ push shows how far Beijing will go to get children behind...

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The statesman who transformed Singapore into one of the world’s richest and cleanest places famously defended his form of governance by saying, “If...
First details emerge of China’s spy claims against Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor

First details emerge of China’s spy claims against Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor

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Canada’s foreign ministry says it is “deeply troubled” by a lack of transparency surrounding the Chinese espionage cases against Canadians Michael Spavor and...
What’s the end game for China’s crackdown on private tutoring? Beijing wants a fair and sustainable society

What’s the end game for China’s crackdown on private tutoring? Beijing wants a fair...

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In the second part of a series exploring China’s recent moves against the technology industry, Coco Feng and Jane Zhang look at the...
Rocket engine prototype gives super boost to China’s space ambitions

Rocket engine prototype gives super boost to China’s space ambitions

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China’s space programme has moved a step closer to crewed lunar and interplanetary missions with the completion of a prototype super heavy-lift rocket...
Coronavirus: China’s Sinovac investing US$60 million in Chile vaccine facility

Coronavirus: China’s Sinovac investing US$60 million in Chile vaccine facility

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Chinese pharmaceutical Sinovac Biotech on Wednesday said it will build a fill-and-finish vaccine plant in Chile with an investment of US$60 million, consolidating...
How China’s cooperation with Mekong countries can overcome a trust deficit

How China’s cooperation with Mekong countries can overcome a trust deficit

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First proposed at the 17th Asean-China Summit in 2014 by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, the Lancang-Mekong Cooperation (LMC) mechanism aims to enhance economic...
Xi Jinping: China’s goals are within reach and we won’t be bullied

Xi Jinping: China’s goals are within reach and we won’t be bullied

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China’s rejuvenation is finally within grasp and any attempt to bully the nation will be met with a steely response, President Xi Jinping...
China’s Communist Party turns 100: how each generation justifies its rule

China’s Communist Party turns 100: how each generation justifies its rule

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As China marks a century since the founding of the Communist Party, this series looks at the past, present and future of the...
Coronavirus: Dongguan is the latest city in China's Guangdong province to be hit by Covid-19

Coronavirus: Dongguan is the latest city in China’s Guangdong province to be hit by...

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The major manufacturing hub of Dongguan in China’s most populous province of Guangdong launched mass testing on Monday for the coronavirus and cordoned...
China’s Covid-19 border restrictions ‘could drive away foreign talent’

China’s Covid-19 border restrictions ‘could drive away foreign talent’

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China risks a loss of foreign talent because of strict Covid-19 border restrictions, and it could harm growth, according to a survey by...
China’s foreign minister says EU parliament is wrong to tie investment deal to Xinjiang

China’s foreign minister says EU parliament is wrong to tie investment deal to Xinjiang

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China’s foreign minister criticised the European Union’s parliament on Tuesday for freezing the ratification of a bilateral investment treaty, adding that Beijing also...
Censoring feminist discussions will not solve China’s population crisis

Censoring feminist discussions will not solve China’s population crisis

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Is the idea of simply not wanting to have any relationship with men extremism? In most parts of the world, the answer should...
US-China tech war: Taiwan’s TSMC joins American chip coalition in another blow to China’s self-sufficiency drive

US-China tech war: Taiwan’s TSMC joins American chip coalition in another blow to China’s...

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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Co (TSMC), the world’s biggest chip foundry, has joined a new lobbying group dominated by top American chip developers...
Remains of China’s Long March 5B rocket land in Indian Ocean

Remains of China’s Long March 5B rocket land in Indian Ocean

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The remnants of China’s Long March 5B rocket re-entered the Earth’s atmosphere at 10.24am Beijing time and fell into an open sea area...
China’s services sector activity expanded at fastest pace in four months in April, Caixin survey shows

China’s services sector activity expanded at fastest pace in four months in April, Caixin...

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China’s services sector expanded at the sharpest pace in four months in April, driven by fast growing new businesses, a private survey showed...