Stories By 'Xinhua'
Norway’s oil industry contributes today with only 6.5 percent of total tax income, a significant drop from the level of 2008, when the share reached 31.7 percent, newspaper Aftenposten reported on Saturday.
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The Chinese mainland and Taiwan did over $41.75 billion worth of trade in the first quarter this year, up 14.8 percent year on year, according to the Ministry of Commerce.
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FAW-Volkswagen (FAW-VW) will recall 577,590 vehicles to address a potential malfunction of the exterior lights caused by a faulty fuse, said China’s quality watchdog.
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Construction of the Beijing-Bazhou high-speed rail line, a key link for the capital’s new airport and Xiongan New Area, started on Sunday, the China Railway Group announced.
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The Palace Museum, also known as the Forbidden City, on Thursday rolled out an app in which users can learn about the museum through building their own imperial residence.
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Fifteen among Singapore’s total 16 town councils are developing a common set of regulations for bicycle sharing, parking and riding.
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The foreign trade volume of northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region grew over 40 percent year on year in the first four months of 2017, local authorities said on Saturday.
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Cybersecurity experts said the recent WannaCry ransomware outbreak is a wake-up call for the world, calling for improved cybersecurity awareness.
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The World Bank on Friday expressed satisfaction over Zambia’s economic recovery programme and pledged to support it to help the southern African nation stabilise its economy.
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A China-Russia oil pipeline has transported 100 million tonnes of crude oil in the five years since it began operations, local customs said on Saturday.
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Chinese securities regulator has announced sanctions against Sealand Securities after months of investigation into fake bond agreements.
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The World Economic Forum (WEF) on the Middle East and North Africa started on Saturday with calls for increased support for the youth and addressing unemployment and poverty.
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