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Booming sales in China propel BMW to strong profits

Booming sales in China helped propel German luxury carmaker BMW to stronger profits in the first three months of the year, even as its...

Tech giant rolls out first driverless taxi service in China

Chinese tech giant Baidu has rolled out a driverless taxi service in Beijing, making it the first company to commercialise autonomous driving operations in...

Thousands evacuated as deadly storm hits eastern China

An extreme thunderstorm has struck an eastern Chinese city, leaving 11 people dead and 102 injured, with strong winds causing buildings and trees to...

China denies reports that population is falling

China’s population grew last year, the government said, following a news report a once-a-decade census might have found a decline, possibly adding to downward...

China names space rover that will explore Mars

China’s first Mars rover will be named Zhurong after a traditional fire god, the government announced. The rover is aboard the Tianwen-1 probe that arrived...

Chinese hackers suspected of spying on US, European and Japanese targets

Suspected state-backed Chinese hackers exploited widely used networking devices to spy for months on dozens of high-value government, defence industry and financial sector targets...

China’s exports rise 30.6% in March to 241bn dollars

China’s exports surged 30.6% in March compared to the previous year as global demand revived despite the persisting coronavirus pandemic. Exports rose to 241 billion...

21 Chinese coal miners trapped by underground flood

Rescuers are trying to reach 21 coal miners trapped by an underground flood in north-west China, a state news agency reported on Sunday. The mine...

Taiwan says it will defend itself ‘to the very last day’ if attacked by China

Taiwan’s foreign minister said the island will defend itself “to the very last day” if attacked by China. Joseph Wu said China’s attempts at conciliation...

China holding naval drills near Taiwan ‘to safeguard sovereignty’

China is holding naval drills involving an aircraft carrier battlegroup near Taiwan it says are aimed at safeguarding Chinese sovereignty, an apparent reference to...

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