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China will not give up its rights but will enhance ties along border: President Xi Jinping

“China will never pursue development at the expense of other’s interests, but nor will China ever give up its legitimate rights and interests. No one should expect China to swallow anything that undermines its interests,” said President Xi Jinping.

Other developing nations can adopt China's growth model: President Xi Jinping

Speaking in the Great Hall of the People at the start of the week-long 19th CPC Party Congress, Xi told over 2,000 delegates that thanks to decades of "tireless struggle" China stood "tall and firm in the east".

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Chinese economy has gained strong momentum for growth, says ruling Communist Party

In its latest World Economic Outlook, the IMF expected the Chinese economy to grow 6.8 per cent this year and 6.5 per cent next year, both 0.1 percentage point higher than its previous forecast in July.

China's most-wanted fugitive jailed for eight years for graft

China ranked Yang top in a 2015 list of its 100 most wanted graft suspects who were targeted with Interpol red notices. Many on the list had fled to the United States, Canada or Australia. Some 48 have since returned to China.

1.34 million officials punished in Xi's anti-graft drive: Communist Party of China

According to a recent report by PLA Daily, the official organ of the People's Liberation Army (PLA), those punished include 13,000 military officials.

European Union agrees new rules to limit cheap Chinese imports, say sources

After a number of failed attempts, the European Commission, member states and EU lawmakers overcame their differences on Tuesday, the sources said.

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China's high-speed train maker to get USD 30 billion for export push

China has identified its bullet train technology as one of the items to boost its sagging exports.

China runs word's fastest commercial bullet train at 350 kmph

China started to run its first 350-kilometres per hour high speed train between Beijing and Tianjin in August 2008 and opened at least three more such high-speed lines nationwide in the following years.

S&P cuts China's debt rating over 'financial risks'

"The downgrade reflects our assessment that a prolonged period of strong credit growth has increased China's economic and financial risks," New York-based S&P said in a statement.

China-Russia wide-body C929 jet to rely on western suppliers for systems

Chen Yingchun, COMAC's chief designer said the JV was looking to build half of the C929 using composite materials, versus C919's 10 percent, and that talks were underway with European, US and Chinese suppliers.

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