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Chongqing to boost high-tech enterprises

Chongqing will start the Growth Plan for Enterprises in 2012, for accelerating the cultivation of high-tech enterprises. It is reported that Chongqing has achieved significant success in the cultivation of…

New Zealand seeks cooperations in Chongqing

Tim Groser, New Zealand Trade Minister, visited Chongqing with NZ commercial delegation on March 22. And Groser encouraged Chongqing enterprises to invest in New Zealand and also hoped for in-depth…

Chongqing-Hunan Highway to be open

Chongqing-Hunan Highway to be open

Chongqing-Hunan Highway will be open to traffic on March 31. The Highway is more than 800 km long, among which Chongqing section is 413 km, and Hunan section is about…

Chinese man faces deportation for running brothel network

A Chinese man faces deportation after being found guilty and sentenced to over 3.5 years for running a network of brothels across the south and east of England. Kun Yi…

Chongqing allocates 20 million yuan for small enterprises

Chongqing Bureau of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (CBSME) will invest 20 million yuan in building incubators for small enterprises with a year-on-year increase of 16 million yuan this year. CBSME…

Zhang Dejiang meets Acer chairman Wang Zhentang

Zhang Dejiang meets Acer chairman Wang Zhentang

Zhang Dejiang, a member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, vice premier of the State Council and secretary of the CPC Chongqing Municipal Committee, met Acer chairman…

China, Mongolia expand currency swap deal

The People’s Bank of China (PBOC), the country’s central bank, announced Wednesday that it has signed supplementary currency swap agreements with the Bank of Mongolia, doubling the scale of a…

Confusion Follows China ‘Real Name’ Policy Deadline for Microblogs

Confusion Follows China ‘Real Name’ Policy Deadline for Microblogs

A new policy in China that requires microblog, or weibo, users to register with their real names went into effect last week. Despite a large online outcry before the March…

U.S. e-payment giant PayPal plans to enter China

U.S. e-payment giant PayPal plans to enter China

EBay Inc’s PayPal is one of the largest names in the online payment industry. Now the company is planning to tap the Chinese markets. PayPal services are already used by…

WWII artillery shells found in Northeast China

Four artillery shells discarded by Japanese troops around the time of World War II have been found in northeast China’s Heilongjiang province, local police said Tuesday. The shells, about 18…