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Economy on course to faster growth

CHINA’S economic growth looks set to accelerate for the first time in seven years this year, after GDP growth stayed stable in the...

Debts concern, but no ‘Minsky Moment’
Yuan forex funds snap decline

Shanghai highlights its plans for free trade port and science center

SHANGHAI is planning a free trade port and striving to become a scientific innovation center with global influence, the city’s Party...


Hundreds investigated in battle to end graft

THE Party’s disciplinary authorities have investigated 440 officials at or above provincial or corps level for corruption over the...


May issues urgent appeal to speed up Brexit talks

BRITISH Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday urged EU leaders to urgently set out plans to move forward with Brexit negotiations, in...


Air purifiers to be donated to classrooms

FIVE hundred air purifiers collected from a charity donations will be distributed to 50 kindergartens and schools to combat indoor...


Riverside watchdog established to safeguard consumers’ rights

XUHUI District yesterday set up the city’s first market watchdog targeting the Huangpu River waterfront to safeguard food safety and...


New expressway to be built in north district

SHANGHAI will build a new east-west thoroughfare in northern district of Baoshan with elevated and ground traffic to help to ease congestion...


Biz Hub
Kobe Steel parts safe, say Japan automakers

Four Japanese automakers yesterday said they found no safety issues with aluminum parts supplied by Kobe Steel...


Chinese banks enjoy net US$300m in forex buying

Chinese banks saw a net foreign exchange purchase of US$300 million in September, the first settlement surplus...


Nokia eyes to ‘revitalize’ brand in China

NOKIA aims to “revitalize” brand and sales in China with the new Nokia 7 phone that targets fashionable consumers,...


Expanding use of AI gets US$4b boost

China’s leading lifestyle services and online-to-offline services provider Meituan-Dianping said it has netted...


Economy on course to faster growth

CHINA’S economic growth looks set to accelerate for the first time in seven years this year, after GDP growth stayed...

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Riverside watchdog established to safeguard consumers’ rights Riverside watchdog established to safeguard consumers’ rights

XUHUI District yesterday set up the city’s first market watchdog targeting the Huangpu River waterfront to safeguard...


Slipcases aren’t as innocent as they look Slipcases aren’t as innocent as they look

MOST of the plastic covers used for covering books, DVDs and similar items, are safe from dangerous heavy metal...


Line 15 station seals its roof Line 15 station seals its roof

QI’AN Road station on the city’s new Metro Line 15 sealed its roof yesterday — the first station on the line to...


Songjiang to host picking your own fruit Songjiang to host picking your own fruit

SHANGHAI Chenshan Botanical Garden in Songjiang District will host a fruit and vegetable picking event tomorrow. Autumn...


Exhibition shows exquisite Italian skills Exhibition shows exquisite Italian skills

THE Sino-Italy Craft Week opened at the Shanghai Great World yesterday, featuring exquisite jewelry, leather, wooden...


Air purifiers to be donated to classrooms Air purifiers to be donated to classrooms

FIVE hundred air purifiers collected from a charity donations will be distributed to 50 kindergartens and schools...

Latest Poll

The shared-bike craze has gripped many Chinese cities. While people enjoy the convenience brought by the traditional mode of transport, the two wheelers have also become a headache for urban management. Sidewalks are occupied by heaps of messily-parked bikes. Worse, some people are carrying passengers on the single-seat bikes! Authorities have now banned bikes in some downtown areas of Shanghai. What do you think? Related story »





National

Financial help for millions of students

Around 775 million Chinese college and vocational school students have received financial help in the past 10 years,...


Slipcases aren’t as innocent as they look

MOST of the plastic covers used for covering books, DVDs and similar items, are safe from dangerous heavy metal...


Line 15 station seals its roof

QI’AN Road station on the city’s new Metro Line 15 sealed its roof yesterday — the first station on the line to...


Songjiang to host picking your own fruit

SHANGHAI Chenshan Botanical Garden in Songjiang District will host a fruit and vegetable picking event tomorrow. Autumn...


Exhibition shows exquisite Italian skills

THE Sino-Italy Craft Week opened at the Shanghai Great World yesterday, featuring exquisite jewelry, leather, wooden...


Air purifiers to be donated to classrooms

FIVE hundred air purifiers collected from a charity donations will be distributed to 50 kindergartens and schools...

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Feature

Austrian wine stands tall in balance and variety

Isacs is the founder and CEO of EnjoyGourmet, a leading gourmet digital (www....


Cider-makers seek flavor ofold wild apple

With a vigorous shake of a tree branch, small wild apples rain down onto a plastic tarp at an old farmstead in...

World

Gunman held after 3 die in US shootings

Police arrested a man suspected of killing three people and wounding two on Wednesday at a Maryland business park...


Asterix goes to Italy for his latest venture

Asterix, the indomitable pint-sized Gaul forever outfoxing the Romans, returned for his 37th comic adventure yesterday,...


2 die from Marburg virus in Uganda

Two people have died from the Marburg virus in eastern Uganda, in the country’s first outbreak of the deadly Ebola-like...

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Sports

Thomas surges clear in S. Korea

World No. 4 Justin Thomas brushed off a shaky start to fire a superb 9-under-par 63 and take a three-shot lead...


Simmons loses in 76ers debut, Nets’ Lin hurt

Australian Ben Simmons was beaten in his debut while Asian-American standout Jeremy Lin suffered a severe right...


Beijing establishes ‘snow affairs work team’ for 2022 Winter Games

Beijing, host of the 2022 Winter Olympic Games, has a snow problem: Hardly any of the white stuff falls on the...


Bulls suspend Portis 8 games for injuring Mirotic

The Chicago Bulls suspended forward Bobby Portis for the first eight games of the season on Wednesday for injuring...


Everton ‘dirtiest’ EPL team in history

EVERTON has been handed the dubious distinction of being the ‘dirtiest’ English Premier League team after a study...


AVB feels the heat after SIPG loss

Chinese media piled pressure on Shanghai SIPG coach Andre Villas-Boas yesterday after the club’s stinging defeat...


Messi joins Ronaldo in 100-goal Euro club

LIONEL Messi has joined Cristiano Ronaldo in the exclusive club of players who have scored 100 goals in European...


Lopez is Cagliari coach

Uruguayan Diego Lopez has been appointed coach of Serie A struggler Cagliari in place of the sacked Massimo Rastelli,...

Native Title Act changes stuck amid stand-off between major parties

Native Title Act changes the Government declared urgent in February will not pass Parliament until...


Morrison reveals company tax cut 'blowout'

The Federal Government's full company tax plan will cost the budget more than $15 billion per...


Spirit of Tasmania crash in Melbourne could have been avoided: report

An accident which saw the Spirit of Tasmania II crash into a pier at Port Melbourne with 120 passengers...


Former PM John Howard 'uneasy' about bank tax

Former prime minister John Howard has expressed concerns about a multi-billion-dollar hit on Australia's...


Extra $2b for poles and wires has Premier hinting at budget boost

NSW Government says it has raised billions of dollars more than expected from the privatisation...


Who will bear the cost of the bank tax?

Opinion is divided over who will bear the costs of the Government's new bank tax, but it can...

 

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