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June 25 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Fatality after Philippine boat rammed by Chinese vessel near shoal

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The Philippines said yesterday a Chinese vessel accidentally rammed a fishing boat north of a disputed South China Sea shoal, killing one and leaving four others missing. The fishing boat set out from the northern coastal town of Bolinao, in Pangasinan province, last Monday and was reported to have sunk two days later, Office of … Continue reading »

Brazil, China to Sign $30 Billion Currency Swap Agreement Soon

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Brazil and China will sign an agreement in the coming weeks to swap as much as $30 billion in their two currencies, Brazil Finance Minister Guido Mantega said. The currency swap, worth 60 billion reais or 190 billion yuan, will be the first step in a broader agreement with Russia, India and South Africa to … Continue reading »

North Korea Tests the Patience of Its Closest Ally, China

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As Kim Jong-un, the young leader of North Korea, consolidates his grip on power, China is showing signs of increasing frustration at the bellicose behaviour of its longtime ally. Since succeeding his father, Kim Jong-il, six months ago, Mr. Kim has quickly alienated the Obama administration and put North Korea on track to develop a … Continue reading »

Officials rounded up for economic crimes in Guangdong, China

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SCMP reports, Guangdong party boss Wang Yang has “launched a high-profile campaign against economic crimes” since February. “More than a thousand party cadres and civil servants across the province are under investigation.” “As part of the campaign, 300 armed police, under the command of the Guangdong government, raided the office of a property developer in … Continue reading »

China’s manned submersible dives 7,020 meters deep

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China News Services says, according to news from the Sea Test Land-Base Safeguarding Centre, on June 24, China’s submersible the Jiaolong set China’s new record of manned diving depth at test sea area of Mariana Trench, West Pacific. The submersible broke the 7,000-meter barrier to reach a depth of 7,020 meters. It is a historical … Continue reading »

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  1. Another interesting post –

    Just wanted to let you know too that I’ve awarded you with two blogger awards – the One Lovely Blog Award and the Very Inspiring Blogger Award – see the details on http://bookzine.wordpress.com, dated June 25. Thanks for sharing your writing and images.

    Posted by bookzine | June 26, 2012, 09:44

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