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Keeping Trade Shipshape

While every new year brings changes in its course, in 2022 there is certainly one change that we can already put a face to: Germany has a new chancellor after 16 years of Angela Merkel’s stewardship. Olaf Scholz assumed office on December 8 and while that has broad international bearings, for this article, it has a closer context as well.

15:35, 01-04, 2022
China Baowu: Steely Resolve to Be a World Leader

It was the top ranked steel company in the world in 2020, producing an impressive 115 million tons of the metal. The China Baowu Steel Group Corporation Limited (China Baowu) has since been included in the list of demonstration enterprises for cultivating global competitiveness by the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council. Ranked 72nd in Fortune Global 500 in 2021, China Baowu continued to rank first among global steel companies.

15:24, 12-30, 2021
China Telecom: Inheriting Fine Traditions and Helping Build a Strong Digital China

Staying true to its mission of building the world’s largest 5G network through co-construction and sharing, building an information highway for poverty alleviation that helped six counties and 1,438 villages get out of poverty as scheduled, building a platform to live broadcast the construction of the Huoshenshan and Leishenshan hospitals that was viewed by “cloud supervisors” for more than 300 million times ...

15:18, 12-30, 2021
Keeping Trade Shipshape

While every new year brings changes in its course, in 2022 there is certainly one change that we can already put a face to: Germany has a new chancellor after 16 years of Angela Merkel's stewardship. Olaf Scholz assumed office on December 8 and while that has broad international bearings, for this article, it has a closer context as well.

12:48, 12-21, 2021
PowerChina: Building CPEC the Green Way

Power Construction Corporation of China, Ltd., or PowerChina, is the world’s largest construction investor with the most integrated industrial chain. It entered the Pakistani market in 1987, and as an active participant in the construction of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), has been investing in local infrastructure construction, especially in power stations. Over the years, PowerChina has become a major force in supporting economic development of Pakistan.

10:27, 12-07, 2021
Shekou, Where Dreams Become Reality

On November 14, the Mawan Smart Port, the first smart port in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, held its opening ceremony. Located in west Shenzhen, the port houses China’s first intelligent container terminal upgraded from a traditional bulk cargo terminal, and powered by cutting-edge technologies, including artificial intelligence, 5G, the BeiDou navigation system, and blockchain.

10:23, 12-07, 2021
CREC: Building Transport Routes for National Rejuvenation

The China Railway Group Limited (CREC) has built more than 10,000 cross-river and cross-sea bridges, with the length of its completed railway lines able to circle around the terrestrial equator more than twice, leading China into the era of high-speed railway. From exploring China’s first electrified railway and the first high-speed railway, to the construction of the world’s first plateau railway and the longest sea-crossing bridge, the innovative CREC has enabled the Chinese construction engineering to achieve a leap from follower to leader.

10:20, 12-07, 2021
We See a Great Future in China

A total of US $70.72 billion worth of intended deals were signed for goods and services at the fourth China International Import Expo (CIIE), which concluded on November 10, said Deputy Director of CIIE Bureau Sun Chenghai.

10:15, 12-07, 2021
Striking a Balance Between Ecology and Development

Compared with greenhouse gas emissions from industrial sectors, emissions from agricultural sectors, which can be high, have long been overlooked, particularly in the production of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. This is according to Lin Kuocheng, director of the Inner Mongolia program of The Nature Conservancy (TNC).

13:32, 11-19, 2021
CCCC: Innovation and Globalization

The China Communications Construction Company Limited (CCCC) can be traced back to the Haihe Conservancy Commission established in 1897 in Tianjin, which has evolved into today’s Tianjin Dredging Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of CCCC. Over the last 120 years and more, CCCC has developed from China’s earliest national dredging company into a global giant with its lines of business spanning from dredging to port design, and infrastructure construction.

14:56, 11-05, 2021
CRRC: Innovation Is Core Impulse for Development

With the first spike being hammered in on the Tangshan-Xugezhuang Railway, work began on laying China’s first railway tracks on June 9, 1881. Meanwhile, the country’s first steam locomotive, Loong, also known as Rocket of China, was being assembled in China’s first locomotive factory. Later relocated to Tangshan, the factory was the predecessor of China Railway Rolling Stock Corporation Limited (CRRC).

14:38, 11-05, 2021
The Rise of Hunan

Hunan is a province with a long history, rich culture, wonderful natural scenery and fast developing economy. On top of that, Hunan is also a place with a glorious history of revolution under the leadership of the Communist Party of China (CPC). In connection with its rich revolutionary past or “red history” (since the color red represents revolution in China), there are many revolutionary historical sites throughout the province, where revolutionaries like Mao Zedong and Liu Shaoqi fought to bring liberation and a brighter future for the Chinese people.

14:23, 11-05, 2021
A New Era for Tongrentang

Beijing Tongrentang (Group) Co., Ltd. (Tongrentang) has been committed to passing down Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and making innovation. Responding to various risks and challenges and overcoming the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the time-honored brand of Tongrentang with a history of 352 years is entering a new era.

14:19, 11-05, 2021
Money Grows on Tea Plants

Li Xianchu’s weekend plans have changed since this summer. One Sunday, for instance, his things-to-do list included visiting an agriculture product delivery center under construction, visiting a family that has been learning to live with paralysis, and checking out a “green bank.”

10:26, 10-21, 2021
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