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India, China agree to full disengagement from border flashpoint
Chinese troops were seen removing structures from a Himalayan valley where they fought a deadly battle with Indian soldiers last month, Indian military sources said Monday, after high-level talks between the nuclear-armed neighbors.
China slams US for sending aircraft carriers to disputed sea
Beijing slammed the US for sending its aircraft carriers to the disputed waters of South China Sea, where the Chinese military was holding naval drills, saying the provocative move is aimed at driving a wedge between regional countries.
City in China's Inner Mongolia warns of suspected bubonic plague
Authorities in a city in the Chinese region of Inner Mongolia have issued a warning after a hospital reported a case of suspected bubonic plague — one of the deadliest diseases in history.
Family cemetery of ancient official excavated in China
Archeologists in northwest China's Shaanxi Province have unearthed a well-preserved, large family cemetery site of an ancient Chinese official in the Sui Dynasty (581-618), the provincial institute of archeology said.
China rebukes Canada over criticism of Hong Kong security law
China fired back at Canada on Saturday for criticizing Beijing’s national security law for Hong Kong, the second rebuke in a week that has added to strains on their bilateral ties.
Trade official: Natural for Iran, China to formulate roadmap for cooperation
The economies of Iran and China complement each other, head of Iran-China Joint Chamber of Commerce said, adding that it was totally natural for the two countries to formulate a road map for long-term cooperation.
China warns US of countermeasures over Hong Kong sanctions bill
China promised to take "all necessary countermeasures" if the United States pressed ahead with legislation penalizing banks doing business with Chinese officials who implement Beijing's draconian new national security law on Hong Kong.
China reopens but businesses struggle to lure back consumers
The Daronghe restaurant in Chengdu in China’s west has reopened but, with business down by half, its staff of 150 come to work on alternate days.
Iran-China strategic partnership deal awaiting finalization
Iran and China have agreed to develop a 25-year roadmap for developing strategic partnership, with the idea first conceived in the 1990s, but the two sides have yet to finalize it for implementation.
China approves Hong Kong national security law
China approved a national security law for Hong Kong on Tuesday that aims to tackle subversion, terrorism, separatism, and collusion with foreign forces.
Companies prodded to rely less on China, but few respond
The United States, Japan and France are prodding their companies to rely less on China to make the world’s smartphones, drugs and other products.
China to slap visa restrictions on Americans over Hong Kong
China said it will slap visa restrictions on Americans with bad records in Hong Kong-related issues, criticizing Washington for attempts to throw a wrench in a national security law planned to be introduced in the semiautonomous Chinese territory.
China industrial firms' May profits post first monthly rise in six months
Profits at China's industrial firms rose for the first time in sixth months in May, suggesting the country's economic recovery is gaining traction and brightening the outlook for manufacturing investment and jobs.
Foreign investment ceiling limits not to rise in China
China has cut the stop list for foreign investment and increased the maximum allowed share of foreign capital in sectors where investment has already been allowed.
India's auto, pharma sectors not ready to wean off China
Days after a border clash with China this month in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed, New Delhi told firms to find ways to cut imports from China. But two big industries, automobiles and pharmaceuticals, say this is easier said than done.

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