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Beijing plans to open commuter air routes to Xiongan and Tianjin

ECNS 27 May 2024
(ECNS) -- The Beijing Municipal Bureau of Economy and Information Technology has proposed a plan to develop China's low-altitude air flight industry and is seeking public opinion ... Beijing has already made practical attempts in air route commuting.
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Chinese universities hold job fairs for graduates

China Daily 27 May 2024
BEIJING -- China's Ministry of Education is ... A job fair co-organized by the ministry and the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology will be held on Tuesday at Beijing Jiaotong University.
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China sets up third fund with $47.5 bln to boost semiconductor sector

The Jakarta Post 27 May 2024
... and registered under the Beijing Municipal Administration for Market Regulation, according to the National Enterprise Credit Information Publicity System, a government-run credit information agency.
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China is pumping another $47.5 billion into its chip industry

CNN 27 May 2024
... information posted by a government-run agency ... The “Big Fund,” as it is known, was officially established in Beijing on Friday, according to the National Enterprise Credit Information Publicity System.
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China sets up third fund with US$47.5b to boost semiconductor sector

Hong Kong Standard 27 May 2024
... under the Beijing Municipal Administration for Market Regulation, according to the National Enterprise Credit Information Publicity System, a government-run credit information agency. .
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China's latest answer to OpenAI is 'Chat Xi PT'

The Manila Times 27 May 2024
Beijing's latest attempt to control how artificial intelligence informs Chinese internet ...
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Tory TikTok launch ‘pathetic’ compared with Labour’s ‘savvier’ approach – expert

AOL 27 May 2024
TikTok was banned from Government devices over fears about how information such as contacts, user content and geolocation data could be used by the company’s Beijing-based owner ByteDance ... .
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Xi Jinping’s recipe for total control: An army of eyes and ears

Star Advertiser 25 May 2024
BEIJING > The wall in the police station was covered in sheets of paper, one for every building in the sprawling Beijing apartment complex. Each sheet was further broken down by unit, with names, phone numbers and other information on the residents ... .
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China’s military exercises around Taiwan: Power play at sea

Indian Express 25 May 2024
Lai is from the pro-sovereignty Democratic Progressive Party, which Beijing considers a “separatist” group ... In fact, the military escalation that would inevitably follow any attempt at annexation is bound to inform Beijing’s strategic calculus.
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Qinghai shining example of ecological conservation

China Daily 25 May 2024
The province is rich in resources and of strategic significance," said Wu Xiaojun, governor of the province, at a news conference held by the State Council Information Office in Beijing on Friday.
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China's EV market could soon face a brutal reckoning

Business Insider 25 May 2024
Xin Guobin, vice minister of industry and information technology, cautioned against expansion in the face of "insufficient" consumer demand for EVs and said Beijing would take "forceful measures" to address "blind" construction of new EV projects.
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Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei GDP reaches 2.5 trillion yuan in Q1

China.dot.org 24 May 2024
In particular, modern services proved to be key growth drivers, with information transmission, software and IT services and financial services combined contributing nearly 80% to Beijing's services growth.
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China says military drills encircling Taiwan designed to test its ability to ‘seize power’

CNN 24 May 2024
Friday, the ministry detected 49 Chinese aircraft, including 35 that crossed the Median Line, an informal demarcation point in the Taiwan Strait that Beijing does not recognize but until recent years had largely respected.
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Xizang makes remarkable strides in green, high-quality development

People Daily 24 May 2024
... Region has pledged to further leverage its unique advantages to promote high-quality development, according to a press conference held Thursday by the State Council Information Office in Beijing.

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