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05/18/2012

U.S., China Seek Good, Uninterrupted Military-to-military Relations: Commander

WASHINGTON, May 17 (Xinhua) — Chinese and American officials recognize the importance of maintaining good, uninterrupted military-to-military relations, and the U.S. Pacific Command will do whatever it can to further that goal, commander Samuel Locklear was quoted as saying Thursday. "They (China) are an emerging power, and we are a mature power. How they emerge, [...]

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05/18/2012

DPRK Urged to Guarantee Rights of Fishermen

China on Thursday urged the Democratic People's Republic of Korea to guarantee the legitimate rights of Chinese crewmen of fishing ships, as a DPRK gunboat hijacked three boats with 29 Chinese fishermen onboard and demanded 1.2 million yuan ($189,800) for their release. "China is keeping close contact with the DPRK via relevant channels, and we [...]

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05/18/2012

Closer Look: Shaanxi Power Firm Gives State Grid a Shock

Sparks flew when provincial electricity company decided to go around national giant by building its own transmission lines Frustrated by the grindingly slow progress in electricity reforms, a Shaanxi power company has taken matters into its own hands and confronted a national giant. The dispute has been going on for quite some time and involves [...]

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05/18/2012

Philippines Urged to be Clear over Island Standoff

CHINA yesterday called on the Philippines to send clear and consistent messages on diplomatic solutions to the ongoing standoff between the two countries in the South China Sea. Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei made the remarks at a routine press briefing when asked to comment on what Philippine Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario had [...]

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05/18/2012

Experts Go on the Offensive against Military Nationalization

In a fiery editorial published Tuesday under the headline, "Recognize conspiracies: some People's Liberation Army (PLA) officials are wavering in stance," military newspaper the PLA Daily called on officials to remain faithful to the Communist Party of China (CPC) and keep a sober mind about attempts from "international opposition forces" to split the country by [...]

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