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Updated 4:59 PM EDT, Fri, Oct 11, 2019

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President Of Pakistan Mamnoon Hussain Visits China

How the CPEC is Improvinng People's Lives in Pakistan

Pakistan residents are reportedly seeing significant changes in the country, two years after the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) program was launched.

China's First Self-developed Large Passenger Jetliner C919 Rolls Off Production Line

China-Made C919 Aircraft Completes Last Tests, Ready for Maiden Flight

China's homegrown C919 aircraft has completed the crucial high-speed taxiing test, taking the country a step closer to becoming one of the biggest airline makers in the world.

China is reportedly using hackers to target THAAD, a US missile defense system installed in South Korea.

China Uses Hackers to Attack US Missile System THAAD in South Korea, Research Says

American cybersecurity firm FireEye told The Wall Street Journal that China has used hackers to target the Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense (THAAD), US' missile defense system installed in South Korea.

North Korean Missile Launch Signs Detected By Japan And U.S.

China Unveils new Dongfeng-11AZT Ballistic Missile for the First Time

China has unveiled its Dongfeng-11AZT (DF-11AZT), an upgrade of the Dongfeng-11 (DF-11) short-range ballistic missiles, via the Chinese Central Television (CCTV) on Wednesday.

First Bell 429 helicopter arrived in China.

First Bell 429 Helicopter for EMS Service Arrived in China

Bell Helicopter and Air method's subsidiary United Rotorcraft has delivered one unit of Bell 429 helicopter to Reignwood Investment, representing its first EMS service in China.

Pakistan has handed over Gwadar port's operations to China for 40 years.

Pakistan's Gwadar Port Operations Handed Over to China for 40 Years

State-run firm China Overseas Port Holding Company (COPHC) will take over the operations of Pakistan's Gwadar port for 40 years, Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo, minister for ports and shipping, said on Thursday.

Iran Begins To Fuel The Country's First Nuclear Power Station

China, Iran to Sign First Arak Reactor Contract

Chinese and Iranian firms are set to sign the first commercial contracts on Sunday in Vienna to redesign an Iranian nuclear plant, with initial agreements having been already reached in Beijing, China's Foreign Ministry said on Thursday.

China launched its first cargo spacecraft Tianzhou-1.

China Launches First Robotic Resupply Freighter Tianzhou-1

China launched its first cargo spacecraft Tianzhou-1 on Thursday, marking another step further in the country's ambitious space program.

Terrestrial Photovoltaic Power Project Built In Yantai

China to Install Fewer Solar Panels This Year

China plans to erect fewer solar panels this year, amid arrears in government subsidies and problems with its power grids.

China's submarine factory will start production this year.

China to Start Producing Nuclear-Powered Attack Submarines This Year

China's new submarine factory on the Yellow Sea will start producing nuclear-powered attack submarines (SSNs) beginning this year.

China test-fired its missiles near North Korea.

China's Destroyer Warship Xining Test-Fires Missiles Near North Korea as WW3 Threat Looms

China revealed that the PLA Navy's Xining warship test-fired its weapon for the first time in the Yellow Sea, located between China and the Korean peninsula, to prepare its crew for a battle.

Sri Lanka and India are poised to sign a memorandum of understanding to jointly develop Colombo's Trincomalee port.

Sri Lanka to Allow India to Develop Trincomalee Port to Counterbalance China

Sri Lanka is aiming to counterbalance China's presence in the island nation as it will allow India to develop its Trincomalee port. The island nation has reportedly prepared a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for the joint development of the project, and India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi would likely sign it during his visit to Colombo.

Ministerial Meeting Of The Forum On China-Africa Cooperation Held In China

China Ramps up Military Base, Port Construction in Djibouti

China continues to invest in Djibouti in Africa, with the construction of a military base and a $590 million port near the city.

China's Manufacturing PMI Hits Three-year Low In February

Local Chinese Carmakers Hit Lowest Recall Record in 2016; Could Signal Underreporting

Local Chinese carmakers reported the lowest record of total recalls in 2016, accounting for only 1 percent. The figure, which represents only a minute fraction of its 41 percent share on the overall car sale in the country, could signal a potential underreporting of quality and safety issues.

China Holds Military Parade To Commemorate End Of World War II In Asia

China's Military Allocates $870M to Fund 2,000 Research Projects of Private Firms

China's military has offered to finance 2,000 projects to private Chinese firms and institutes for research on equipment and weapons.

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