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Console makers have been trying for years to enter the Chinese market legally, but have had no success. According to a new report, authorities there will begin reviewing a ban against video game consoles set in place in the year 2000.
Juiquan Satellite Launch Center reports that last-minute preparations for the launch of the Tiangong-1 spacecraft began on Monday.
NEW YORK and BEIJING, April 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Ogilvy & Mather announced today the launch of an official China Practice in North America.
LONDON, December 2, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- A new dawn in communications is heralded by the launch of the UK's first English-language Chinese paper. China Daily, China's leading English-language newspaper, will appear as a new weekly edition on UK news stands from tomorrow, 3 December. Eager to help bridge the current affairs gap that exists between China and Europe, China Daily European Weekly follows the highly successful launch of the China Daily US and Hong Kong editions.
Chinese authorities said a man in his 60s grabbed hold of a burglar and held him until police arrived, despite the suspect biting the man on his arm. Police said the man discovered the burglar in his Shijiazhuang home in the early hours Tuesday and tackled the intruder, China Daily reported Friday. The
Rio Tinto employees allegedly bribed 16 Chinese steel mill executives, a source said in the widening investigation of the Anglo-Australian mining company. The accused executives were bribed during iron ore price talks, China Daily reported Wednesday quoting the source identified as an industry insider. China is the world's largest steelmaker and Rio Tinto is one of its major iron ore suppliers.
Chinese colleges expect to graduate 6.1 million students this year but the global economic slowdown has sharply reduced their job prospects, officials said. The Education Ministry said about a third of those graduating this year had yet to line up jobs, about the same ratio as last year, China Daily reported Friday.
Despite reports on Tuesday that Chinaâ€™s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology would delay its plans to mandate computer makers to bundle filtering software with all computers, officials say the initiative will carry on.