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Foreign companies find an open, changing China

Caterpillar Inc. hasn't taken its eyes off China since it sealed a deal to sell 38 pipelayers in 1975. Now with more than 20 plants, three R&D centers and over 10,000 employees in China, it has witnessed China's opening up and shared in its growth opportunities for decades.

Reforms to further ease restrictions on foreign investment

China will ease restrictions on foreign investment, including a further opening-up in sectors such as services, manufacturing and mining, according to a news release issued after a key Party meeting on Tuesday.

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New methods to promote tourism development in Hengqin

The newly approved development methods for tourism in the Hengqin New Area, Zhuhai Special Economic Zone will be implemented from June 1 this year. The methods will support Hengqin's tourism development regarding land use, financing, capital, talent, tourist services as well as industrial expansion.

[SZ] Hospital joins hands with GZ critical care experts

Shenzhen People’s Hospital inked an agreement with a medical team from the First Affiliated Hospital of Guangzhou Medical University yesterday to strengthen cooperation in critical care medicine in order to improve relevant clinical services, research and training.

[SZ] Expats tell stories during cultural industries fair

THE Edinburgh-Shenzhen Creative Exchange has recently partnered with Shenzhen Stories, an NGO initiated by two expats in Shenzhen, to invite a handful of storytellers to share stories in conjunction with the annual Shenzhen International Cultural Industries Fair (ICIF).

BGI announces global innovation center in US

BGI, a leading global genomics organization based in Shenzhen, announced its plans Saturday to create a BGI Global Innovation Center in Seattle and San Jose, the U.S. to develop technologies and collaborative projects in life science, global health and related fields.

Macao unveils new civil emergency response center

A newly-commissioned emergency response center in Macao will enhance the authorities' capability of comprehensive alert and crisis response, the special administrative region (SAR)'s chief executive said after Macao unveiled its new civil emergency response center on Tuesday.

Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific confirms to cut 600 staff

Hong Kong-based airline Cathay Pacific on Monday announced that it will cut around 600 people at its headquaters.

Hong Kong students in Beijing mark HK's 20th return anniversary

About 300 colleges students, including those from Hong Kong who study in Beijing and their mainland counterparts, celebrated the 20th anniversary of Hong Kong's return to the motherland here Sunday.

China's Hong Kong hopes to boost cooperation with New Zealand under Belt and Road Initiative: chief executive

China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) hopes to strengthen cooperation with New Zealand under the Belt and Road Initiative, the HKSAR Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying said Friday.

Foreign companies find an open, changing China

Caterpillar Inc. hasn't taken its eyes off China since it sealed a deal to sell 38 pipelayers in 1975. Now with more than 20 plants, three R&D centers and over 10,000 employees in China, it has witnessed China's opening up and shared in its growth opportunities for decades.

China tops world with 8,000 incubators for entrepreneurship

China ranks ahead of most other countries in the world for entrepreneurship incubators, both in overall numbers and scale. Some 8,000 incubators are thriving across the nation, yet the industry is also plagued by problems of homogeneity in service and profit model.

Taiwan rules in favor of same-sex marriage

Taiwan's judicial body Wednesday ruled that the current laws that request "marriage between a man and a woman" must be amended, or a new law passed within two years to protect the rights of same-sex couples.

China to renovate 15 million dilapidated homes from 2018 to 2020

China will renovate 15 million dilapidated homes from 2018 to 2020 to speed up its urbanization drive and improve people's livelihood.

Man United beat Ajax 2-0 to claim Europa League title

Premier League side Manchester United lifted the Europa League trophy with a 2-0 victory over Ajax in the final held in Stockholm, Sweden, also securing an automatic spot in next season's UEFA Champions League group phase.

Cruise ready for 'Top Gun 2'

Tom Cruise, still feeling the need for speed, said in an interview that a sequel to his 1986 military action film Top Gun is "definitely happening".

Germany to give states 9.3 bln euros to deal with refugees

The German federal government gave 9.3 billion euros (10.4 billion U.S. dollars) to German states to help deal with refugees, it was reported Wednesday.

UN launches new global guidelines for investigating unlawful killings

The Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) on Wednesday launched here an updated guidelines for investigating unlawful killings around the world.
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