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  1. China embraces major tech advancesRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Xinhuanet

    China's manned deep-sea research submersible, Tuesday morning dived into the Mariana Trench, the deepest part of the world's oceans , This is the latest of a string of major technological events that China has witnessed in the science and tech the planned depth of 4,811 meters at 9:49 a.m. local time Tuesday and will stay underwater until 4 p.m. With two mechanical arms, the submersible will collect samples of sea water, sediment, deep-sea life and rocks depending on the circumstances. The mission will study the mineralogy and geochemistry of sediment and rocks in the area to better understand geological activities.

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  2. China's Big Derivatives Push Aims at Global Pricing PowerRead the original story

    Friday May 19 | The Washington Post

    China buys more raw materials than any nation, but that doesn't mean it always gets the best prices. So the government is altering domestic commodity exchanges to bring in more foreign investors and expand the country's influence on global markets.

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  3. China Plans to Open Up Commodity Trading to Foreigners to Bring Down PricesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 18 | Bloomberg

    China buys more raw materials than any nation, but that doesn't mean it always gets the best prices. So the government is altering domestic commodity exchanges to bring in more foreign investors and expand the country's influence on global markets.

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  4. RPT-COLUMN-Has China flipped from bull to bear driver for metals pricing? Andy HomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 17 | Reuters

    After a super-charged rally from a January 2016 low of 2049.00 the London Metal Exchange index of major contracts topped out at 2926.10 in the first quarter and has since fallen back to a current 2,732.20. There is much divergence by individual metal according to supply specifics, but it is the demand side of the fundamental ledger that has dulled the metals' shine.

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  5. COLUMN-Has China flipped from bull to bear driver for metals pricing? Andy HomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 17 | Reuters

    After a super-charged rally from a January 2016 low of 2049.00 the London Metal Exchange index of major contracts topped out at 2926.10 in the first quarter and has since fallen back to a current 2,732.20. There is much divergence by individual metal according to supply specifics, but it is the demand side of the fundamental ledger that has dulled the metals' shine.

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  6. Family-owned Flamma opens $20m cGMP facility in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 16 | Drug Researcher

    Flamma has opened a new cGMP workshop and R&D Center in Dalian, China and is looking to add capacity at several other sites as part of its "Flamma 2020 plan." The $20m investment from the contract manufacturing organization ups the total capacity of its Chinese operations in Dalian to 200 m3.

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  7. Interview: Piraeus port has never witnessed such glory: PCT employeeRead the original story

    Monday May 15 | Xinhuanet

    Sarantos Zilakos, a young Greek electrical engineer, is leaving work each afternoon since 2011 with a warm smile on his face. He returns home to his wife and 17-month-old daughter proud, because he feels he is making his own contribution to a major project that has been praised internationally as a success story of bilateral cooperation between Greece and China.

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  8. Markus Kosch has been appointed General Manager at Conrad Guangzhou, ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 15 | Hospitality Net

    Hilton is pleased to announce that Markus Kosch has been named General Manager for the new Conrad Guangzhou, set to open in mid-2017. A veteran hotelier with decades of international experience with Hilton and specifically in China, Mr. Kosch is uniquely qualified to lead the opening team in delivering the region's first Conrad Hotel.

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  9. Dalian traded iron ore extends retreat as demand woes persistRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 12 | Sydney Morning Herald

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  10. China launches its first home-made aircraft carrierRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 10 | The Oak Ridge Observer

    "Putting the carrier into water marks progress in China's efforts to design and build a domestic aircraft carrier", the official Xinhua news agency said . The carrier, which has been under construction at Dalian in China's Liaoning province since 2015, was earlier expected to launch as early as Sunday, to coincide with the 68th anniversary of the founding of the People's Liberation Army-Navy.

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  11. [email protected]: French vote calms investment watersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 8 | The Age

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  12. AM markets: grain futures ease at start of big data weekRead the original story

    Monday May 8 | Agrimoney.com

    This despite some of the early statistics appearing somewhat positive for prices, with China reporting soybean imports of 8.02m tonnes for last month - up 13.4% year on year, and a record for April. The buy-ins maintained a strong start to 2017 which has now seen volumes for the first four months hit a massive 27.54m tonnes, a gain of 18% year on year.

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  13. China Deleveraging Damage Tops $500 Billion as Markets FallRead the original story

    Monday May 8 | The Washington Post

    How much pain can China's leaders stomach? It's becoming a key question for investors as the government's stepped up campaign to rein in financial leverage ripples through markets. The clampdown has erased at least $453 billion from the value of Chinese stocks and bonds since mid-April, spurred $21 billion of canceled debt sales and compelled the People's Bank of China to inject $48 billion into jittery money markets.

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  14. China's Deleveraging Bill Tops $500 BillionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 7 | The Washington Post

    How much pain can Chinese leaders stomach? It's becoming a key question for investors as the government's stepped up campaign to rein in financial leverage ripples through markets. The clampdown has erased at least $453 billion from the value of Chinese stocks and bonds since mid-April, spurred $21 billion of canceled debt sales and compelled the People's Bank of China to inject $48 billion into jittery money markets.

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  15. (B&R Forum)Feature: B&R helps Chinese language learners realize Chinese dreamsRead the original story

    Saturday May 6 | Xinhuanet

    "When I was a little girl, I used to stare in wonder at the Chinese ornaments displayed in shop windows and imagine going to China myself one day." She remembers copying down Chinese characters crookedly in her notebook and seeing them on T-shirts.

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  16. Iron ore finds some respite after brutal weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 6 | Canberra Times

    Skip to navigation Skip to content Skip to footer View text version of this page Help using this website - Accessibility statement Join today and you can easily save your favourite articles, join in the conversation and comment, plus select which news your want direct to your inbox. The iron ore price plunged to its lowest since October on Friday but a late rebound in the bulk commodity's futures raised hopes that a savage sell-off may have ended, for now.

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  17. China's New Carrier (Almost) Ready for LaunchRead the original story

    Friday May 5 | The Oak Ridge Observer

    The state media said the unnamed ship was "transferred from dry dock into the water" in the northeastern port of Dalian in Liaoning province. The "Type-001A" flat-top will be China's second carrier in operation after the Soviet-built Liaoning , which was commissioned in 2012 after a 14-year refurbishment effort.

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  18. Iron Ore's Brutal Week Opens Pathway for Retreat Into the $50sRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 5 | Bloomberg

    Iron ore's tough week has opened up a pathway for benchmark spot prices to drop back into the $50s a metric ton, or possibly even lower, as mounting investor concern about rising supplies and tighter financial conditions in China combine to pummel prices. The sell-off, which formed part of a broad retreat in commodities, deepened on Friday, with futures in Dalian sinking 4.9 percent and the SGX AsiaClear contract in Singapore set for a 12 percent weekly loss, the most since November.

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  19. Chinese online celebrity detained over multiple burglariesRead the original story

    Friday May 5 | China Daily

    A Chinese online celebrity who has confessed to numerous burglaries was detained Thursday by police in the city of Dalian, northeast China. The man, who has only been identified by his surname Zheng, is alleged to have forced entry into numerous homes since June 2016.

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  20. China credit wobbles drive down oil and Aussie dollarRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 4 | Yahoo!

    Speculator capitulation across commodity markets on rising Chinese credit market jitters dragged the Australian sharemarket down for the third straight session. Wall Street closed marginally higher last night, but the S&P/ASX 200 index was on the back foot from the open and closed down 39.8 points, or 0.68 per cent, at 5836.5 on volume 30 per cent above average as Dalian iron ore futures dived limit-down 8 per cent for the second day.

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