BEIJING, China --- A delegation of political and media figures from the Pacific Islands paid a visit to the offices of China.org.cn, a Beijing-based multi-language Internet news portal.
BEIJING, China --- China’s nominal state parliament on Thursday appointed Communist Party leader Xi Jinping as the nation's president to succeed Hu Jintao.
WELLINGTON, NZ --- New Zealand Prime Minister John Key will lead one of the country's largest ever prime ministerial delegations abroad when he travels to China next week to mark 40 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries and the fifth anniversary of the China New Zealand Free Trade ...
HONG KONG, China --- Rising private consumption and stronger intraregional trade will spur a pickup in growth in developing Asia in 2013 and 2014, as economic activity in the US and Europe remains in the doldrums, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) says in a major new report.
BEIJING, China ----China's defense ministry made a thinly veiled attack on the United States on Tuesday for increasing tensions in the Asia-Pacific by ramping up its military presence and alliances in the region, days after the top U.S. diplomat visited Beijing.
It’s been eight months since the old Fugalei produce market had closed down. And there were plans a new premises would open in mid-year 2013. But it doesn’t look like that’s going to happen as the bidding process continues to drag on.
Fiji companies trading with China stand to benefit immensely from the ANZ Bank’s Renminbi Trading Platform. Launched recently in Suva, the platform now means Fiji traders won’t have to convert their cash into US dollars and then convert it again into Chinese currency—termed as double conversion.
With China’s leadership in transition and incoming US Secretary of State John Kerry heading a new foreign policy team in the second Obama Administration, leaders in both countries must face a “frightening array of domestic and foreign policy problems” in managing their vital relationship, long-time senior US diplomat J. Stapleton ...
How can the Pacific region’s agriculture and forestry industries access the booming Chinese economy and its growing need for food and timber?
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