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China’s July industrial output, retail sales grew less than expected

China’s July industrial output, retail sales grew less than expected

China's government says an economic transition from industry toward services is advancing.

Oxygen runs out at Indian hospital, over 60 children dead

Oxygen runs out at Indian hospital, over 60 children dead

The state government has ordered a probe into the incident.

If US seeks regime change in North Korea, China will stop them: State media

If US seeks regime change in North Korea, China will stop them: State media

Beijing insists dialogue is the only practical way forward in the Korean crisis.

Q&A: Russian healthy snacks entrepreneur looks West

Q&A: Russian healthy snacks entrepreneur looks West

Forbes called Elena Shifrina "the face of the healthy snacks sector in Russia".

Chinese satellite sends unbreakable code from space

Chinese satellite sends unbreakable code from space

Apart from Russia, China is one of America's biggest rivals in space exploration.

Zuma emerges victorious in battle with opposition in SA Parliament

Zuma emerges victorious in battle with opposition in SA Parliament

Zuma secured 198 votes in a no-confidence motion.

China’s foreign trade in first 7 months at 15.46 trillion yuan

China’s foreign trade in first 7 months at 15.46 trillion yuan

Trade with the EU, China's biggest trade partner, climbed 17.1 percent .

Lavrov meets Chinese counterpart in Manila

Lavrov meets Chinese counterpart in Manila

Russia and China share common stances on the crises in Syria, Libya and North Korea.

Emerging markets weather crises and rise to lucrative buys

Emerging markets weather crises and rise to lucrative buys

Currencies and stocks have been gaining in most of the tracked 26 emerging economies.

Brazil lower house to vote on Temer bribery charges

Brazil lower house to vote on Temer bribery charges

In late June, Temer took to national television to appeal to the Brazilian public and claim his innocence.