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China-Morocco Business and Investment Fair Held
A two-day China-Morocco Business and Investment Fair was opened here Wednesday, aiming to promote economic cooperation between China and Morocco.
Rich Resources, Sound Investing Boost R&D
Foreign-funded research and development (R&D) institutions have become a strong force in Beijing's technology trade market, making up 13.9 percent of the capital's technology trade volume last year.
Overseas Investors Hungry for Beijing Breakfast Business
Many overseas businessmen are intending to invest in the quick-breakfast market in Beijing, according to the "Beijing Evening News".
Egyptian Business Delegation to Head for China
An Egyptian business delegation will head for China later this month to explore ways of advancing economic, trade, technological cooperation, Egypt's official MENA news agency reported on Tuesday.
Overseas Direct Investment to China Surges to New High
Actual foreign direct investment(FDI) in China reached a new high at US$46.85 billion last year, as investors build up confidence in the market following its accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO), according to latest statistics released by the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation (MOFTEC).
Joint-Venture Schools Keep Confucian Spirit Alive in Qufu
Confucius’ hometown of Qufu in east China’s Shandong Province -- considered the cradle of Chinese civilization -- in recent years has drawn many domestic and overseas investors who seek to carry on Confucius' cause of education. With counterparts from Japan, South Korea, Australia and Canada as well as Hong Kong and Taiwan, Qufu has set up 14 schools involving some 250 million yuan (US$30 million), according to the city’s mayor, Wang Qingcheng.
China to Host 2004 World Advertising Congress
The International Advertising Association (IAA), the biggest international ads organization, has decided to grant the hosting right of its 2004 world congress to its China branch.
Mercedes-Benz Threatens Suit After Consumer Protest
Mercedes-Benz China threatened on Wednesday to take legal action against Mercedes driver Wang Sheng, who destroyed his sedan in public last month on the grounds that Mercedes had failed to repair his car.
State to Spend US$5.3 Billion to Protect Gorges Area
China is to spend 43.9 billion yuan (US$5.3 billion) to protect the environment and cultural relics and prevent geological disasters in the areas around the Three Gorges project.
Shanghai Reports Double-digit Tariff Growth
The customs bureau of this east China metropolis earned 58.96 billion yuan (about US$7.1 billion) in tariffs last year, up 21.1 percent over the same period in 2000.