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May 24 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


China in hardest private-sector push in decade

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China signalled on Wednesday it wanted to boost private investment in its energy sector as Beijing makes its most determined push since joining the World Trade Organisation to reduce the role of the state sector in the economy. Many analysts say China must allow more private investment if it is to unlock new sources of … Continue reading »

Top Chinese general’s Japan visit cancelled

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Chinese website sina.com. said on May 22, the National Defence Ministry News Business Bureau confirmed to China Daily that Central Military Commission Vice Chairman Guo Boxiong “had difficulties to conduct” his visit to Japan due to work commitments. The bureau said that the Central government attaches great importance to the relations of friendly cooperation with … Continue reading »

Obama: US must ratify UN sea treaty to avoid confrontation with China

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Washington’s failure to ratify the Law of the Sea Convention puts the U.S. military at increasing risk of confrontation with rising powers like China, U.S. officials said on Wednesday as the Obama administration began a new push to join the 30-year-old treaty. Senior defence officials told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that without the treaty, … Continue reading »

Bo’s allies possible 18th Congress delegates

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SCMP reports today: “Chongqing Mayor Huang Qifan and several top officials, who once worked closely with ousted party boss Bo Xilai, are among the 50 people on the municipality’s delegate shortlist for the Communist Party congress later this year.” The report says that the most controversial candidate on the shortlist is prosecutor Yao Ning, well-known … Continue reading »

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