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Chinese government most trustworthy: survey

The Chinese government scored highest in a poll of 27 countries on public trust, while the United States saw a massive decline, according to the results of a global survey.

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China’s Economy Seen to Stabilize; Gains Momentum for 2017

China's economy is expected to maintain an "L shape," and may later transition from a steep drop to a relatively steady one.

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China Seen to Strengthen Economic Reforms

China will continue to implement more economic reforms through its proactive financial and monetary policies.

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Mass Unemployment, Strikes Becoming a Problem in China

China is grappling to deal with the growing mass unemployment and strikes amid the county's economic slowdown.

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China Releases White Paper Defending Crackdown on Islamic Militants in Province of Xinjiang

The Chinese government has justified its decision to crack down on Islamic militants in Xinjiang Province in a recently released white paper, which states that China will not allow any religious organization or person to interfere with the nation's religious affairs.

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Foreign Tech Companies Undergo 'Security Reviews' in China

The government of China is reportedly expanding its inspection of technology products developed by major foreign companies - such as Apple - in order to determine whether they constitute a threat to the nation's security and general public.

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China to Test-Run its 1st Hybrid Train as Nation Shifts to Fully Non-Electrified Systems

China will conduct a trail run of its first hybrid train next month as the Chinese Government continues to modernize the nation's railway system.

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China Approves Landmark Law for Foreign NGOs

The Chinese Government has approved China's first NGO law that has been specifically designed for non-government organizations operating in the mainland, a move that aims to protect the nation's national security.

hinese Premier Li Keqiang speaks as he arrives for the Inaugural Meeting of the Board of Governors of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) on Jan. 16, 2016 in Beijing, China. (Photo: Mark Schiefelbein - Pool/Getty Images)

China’s Anti-Poverty Budget to Increase by 43.4%; Aims to Lift 10 Million Citizens from Poverty Within the Year

China's poverty alleviation budget will increase by 43.4 percent this year, a move that is expected to lift at least 10 million people from the throes of poverty by the end of this year.

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China's Private Sector Gets Support From Xi Government

China's top leader has thrown his support behind the private sector, promising to continue to initiate market-oriented reforms and protect private business. President's Xi Jinping's pledge of support was contained in a 5,000-word article addressed to lawmakers and political advisers from the private sector.

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