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Most US NGOs in China not Registered

  Complicated procedures hinder groups from obtaining licenses Less than 3 percent of US non-governmental organizations operating in China have registeredwith the civil affairs authorities, a report revealed on Friday. The low rate of registration - which gives legal identity - has hindered the sustainabledevelopment of US NGOs in China, according to a report by the China Charity and DonationInformation Center. Read Full Article HERE

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Senior Official Urges Cultural System Reform

  NANNING, March 30 (Xinhua) — Senior official Li Changchun has called for greater efforts to promote cultural system reform in China during his trip to southern Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region from Monday to Friday. Li, a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, [...]

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Hu’s Cambodia Visit to Strengthen Ties

President Hu Jintao arrived at Phnom Penh on Friday to strengthen ties between the nations, just days before Cambodia hosts a regional summit. It is the first state visit paid by a Chinese head of state to Cambodia in the last 12 years. In a written speech delivered upon his arrival, Hu said that China [...]

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China Surpasses 1 Billion Mobile Phone User Base

CHINA reached a milestone last month when its mobile phone user base surpassed 1 billion but the 3G penetration rate was still low at about 14 percent, the industry regulator said yesterday. In the first two months of this year, China added 21 million new handset users to create a total of 1.01 billion mobile [...]

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China to Cut Import Duties on Selected Energy Products and Raw Materials

China, the world's second-biggest importer, will cut import duties on selected energy products and raw materials as well as consumer goods to boost purchases, the State Council said in a statement on Friday. The decision underlines Beijing's intent to buy more from its trade partners to boost domestic consumption and comes after China posted its [...]

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Allegations over Govt-Sponsored Cyber Attacks ‘Groundless’

China denied allegations of backing hackers to launch cyber attacks against other countries, stressing that it is in the common interests of the world to responsibly safeguard international cyber security. It's unprofessional and irresponsible to accuse China before verifying the anonymous hackers' identification, Defense Ministry spokesman Yang Yujun told a news conference on Thursday. Read [...]

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