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China eases restrictions on number of internet cafes but adds space requirements
Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei sign tax cooperation agreement
China's summer grain harvest a record, but deep inefficiencies remain

China's summer grain output hit a record high after 10 straight years of growth, the government says, although analysts warned of the toll farming was taking on the environment.

15 Jul 2014 - 2:59AM

China's summer grain output hit a record high after 10 straight years of growth, the government says, although analysts warned of the toll farming was taking on the environment.

China's summer grain harvest a record, but deep inefficiencies remain
Medal success spurs  support for Games bid
7 in 10 mothers use infant formula
Cathay bosses leave pay talks grounded
Jobless youngsters rue failings at school
Athlete/actress/amputee spreads can-do spirit
Special stamps mark the New Year
2012 date for analogue switch-off dropped
Dead pigs pulled from rivers in and near Shanghai top 13,000

About 9,500 have been retrieved from the Huangpu River, a source of more than a fifth of the city's drinking water, as workers pulled nearly 500 more pig carcasses from the waterway yesterday. Upstream, the government of Jiaxing said it had recovered around 3,600 from streams in its jurisdiction.

18 Mar 2013 - 5:28AM

About 9,500 have been retrieved from the Huangpu River, a source of more than a fifth of the city's drinking water, as workers pulled nearly 500 more pig carcasses from the waterway yesterday. Upstream, the government of Jiaxing said it had recovered around 3,600 from streams in its jurisdiction.

Dead pigs pulled from rivers in and near Shanghai top 13,000
Bo’s spirited defence unlikely to influence verdict, lawyers say

"Bo was once famous for trampling the law, and now he is promoting the legal progress in China in another role," Chen Youxi, a prominent mainland lawyer, wrote in a microblog post after reading publicly-released court transcripts yesterday of the trial of the disgraced Chongqing party chief.

24 Aug 2013 - 5:46AM

"Bo was once famous for trampling the law, and now he is promoting the legal progress in China in another role," Chen Youxi, a prominent mainland lawyer, wrote in a microblog post after reading publicly-released court transcripts yesterday of the trial of the disgraced Chongqing party chief.

Bo’s spirited defence unlikely to influence verdict, lawyers say
300 stranded in UK return on special Cathay flight
The Link pledges HK$200m mall refit for disabled
City sees arrivals hit record, welcomes 50 millionth visitor
Centres provide faster help for kidney patients
100,000 a day flock to expo hunting for bargains
Archive seeks more movies, techno help
Insurers eye tax breaks
7 Jan 2011 - 12:00AM
Insurers eye tax breaks
Eat local is message of FarmFest show