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

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Hambantota Port

China Could Divest 20% of Sri Lanka's Hambantota Port Deal in 10 Years

China could give up 20 percent of the initial shareholding of the proposed Hambantota port joint venture within a decade to allow others to buy the shares, a minister revealed on Wednesday.

President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi of Egypt Visits China

China Grants Egypt $71M for Satellite Project, Suez Canal Training Center

China and Egypt on Monday signed a grant worth $71 million to establish an Egyptian satellite and training center for the Suez Canal Economic Zone Authority.

Israel Unveils Arrow Missiles

China's Missiles Test Sites Stand Side by Side With US Facilities in Japan: Report

China's missile test sites sit on the edge of the Gobi Desert, lying side by side with the US bases in Japan, as shown on the Google Earth images included in a recent "War on the Rocks" report by Navy Cmdr.

China's J-20 stealth fighter jet

China J-20's Homegrown Engines to Incorporate Powder Metallurgy Superalloys

China's J-20 stealth fighter jet is set to receive homegrown engines that incorporate Powder Metallurgy superalloy turbine disks, China Daily reported. Currently, the jet is powered by Russian-produced Saturn AL-31F engines, but China plans to replace these between 2018 and 2019.

Taiwan is locally building its own submarines to counter China.

Taiwan to Build Own Submarines to Counter China

Taiwan is heading the indigenous route after it failed to secure eight US submarines following over a decade of negotiation as suppliers steered clear any agreement that could anger China. Local shipbuilder CSBC Corporation said on Tuesday that the homegrown submarines could be finished within eight years and enter into service within a decade.

Russia denied that the S-400 Triumf delivery to China has gotten underway.

Russia Denies Report on S-400 Missile Deliveries to China

The Russian Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation (FSMTC) brushed off report on Tuesday that it started delivering the S-400 surface-to-air missile systems to China, saying the delivery contract is "in strict accordance with its terms and conditions."

Norwegian-UK Gas Pipeline Laid In the North Sea

China Commissions First Heavy-Lift Semi-Submersible Zhen Hua 33

China has commissioned its first heavy-lift semi-submersible, named the Zhen Hua 33, to be used both for military and civilian platform.

Hawk Missiles Desplayed In Seoul Museum

China's DF-16 Ballistic Missiles Target Taiwan: Minister

China has positioned an arsenal of missiles within strike range to US army bases as its army heads prepare for "military hard power." People's Liberation Army (PLA)'s army bosses are reported targeting the firepower at Taiwan as part of a growing military threat to the island, the Daily Star reported.

 A tank holding Ethanol, a fuel additive, is seen at a fuel tank farm in the Global Petroleum facility April 27, 2006 in Boston, Massachusetts.

China Creates First Coal-to-Ethanol Production Line in the World

China is the first country in the world to establish a production line that converts coal into ethanol, which is the main chemical ingredient in alcohol, according to the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

China to start production of Xian Y-20 military transport aircraft.

China to Start Xian Y-20 Military Transport Aircraft Production

China will start a series production of the Xian Y-20 "Kunpeng" strategic airlifter, state-television announced the same time the go-ahead production of the Y-20 stealth fighter was revealed.

Chinese Armaments On Display At Museum

Taiwan Claims its Missiles Could Strike Mainland China

Taiwan, for the first time, publicly claimed that it is capable of launching missiles that will hit China, Feng Shih-kuan, Minister of National Defense, said while delivering a four-yearly report to parliament on Thursday.

CeBIT 2015 Technology Trade Fair

China Starts Shooting Down Illegal UAVs With Anti-Drone Rifles

Chinese officials have started a fight against illegal drones, arming the country with more than 20 drone-jamming rifles.

Marks And Spencer Expected To Re-structure Their Core Business

Marks & Spencer Pulls the Plug in China After Less Than 10 Years

Marks & Spencer has pulled the plug of almost all of its prestigious 10 branches in mainland China since the start of the year, the retailer confirmed.

Reaper Aircraft Flies Without Pilot From Creech AFB

China Likely to Develop New Stealth Long-Range Drones for the Pacific

China is likely developing a new stealth long-range drone that will "drastically increase" the capabilities of the People's Liberation Army in the Pacific, Vasily Kashin, a defense analyst from Russia, told Sputnik.

US deployed its Gray Eagle attack drone to South Korea.

China Gives Stern Warning to US After Gray Eagle Attack Drone Deployment

China gave a stern warning to the United States after the US military deployed its new Gray Eagle attack drone in South Korea.

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