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  1. Heineken sees Asian growth, wine gets the comedy treatment, and more beverage bitesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | Food Technology

    This week Ball Corporation announced expanded capacity for can ends at a Poland plant, while Coca-Cola said it was eyeing up the growing plant-based protein drinks market in China. Meanwhile, South Australia's wine industry looks forward to its starring TV role.

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  2. Hua Nan Commercial Bank says it will open new branch in FuzhouRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 25 | The China Post

    Hua Nan Commercial Bank , a banking arm of Taiwan-based Hua Nan Financial Holding Co. , said Saturday that it will open a branch in Fuzhou, the capital city of Fujian province, next month.

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  3. Xi to Meet With Head of Taiwan's Governing PartyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 25 | China Digital Times

    The New York Times' Austin Ramzy reports that President Xi Jinping will be meeting with Eric Chu , the new chief of Taiwan's Nationalist Party, in Beijing during the first week of May. President Xi Jinping of China, who is also general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party, will meet next month with the chairman of Taiwan's governing party in Beijing, both sides said on Friday, in what would be the first meeting of the two parties' leaders since 2009. No major breakthroughs are expected in the May 4 meeting between Mr. Xi and Eric Chu, the chairman of the Nationalist Party, also known as the Kuomintang.

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  4. Heineken sees Asian growth, wine gets the comedy treatment, and more beverage bitesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | BeverageDaily

    This week Ball Corporation announced expanded capacity for can ends at a Poland plant, while Coca-Cola said it was eyeing up the growing plant-based protein drinks market in China. Meanwhile, South Australia's wine industry looks forward to its starring TV role.

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  5. Premier Li urges high level opening up, innovationRead the original story

    Friday Apr 24 | Xinhuanet

    The promotion of reform, opening up and innovation can help China combat downward pressure on the economy, Premier Li said during a three-day visit to the cities of Xiamen, Quanzhou and Fuzhou of southeast China's Fujian province. China on Tuesday launched three new free trade zones in Tianjin, Guangdong and Fujian, 18 months after the first FTZ opened in Shanghai.

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  6. Operation Sky Net: China's anti-graft campaign against those who fled overseasRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | The Straits Times

    China has released a list of 100 fugitives, including six who allegedly escaped to Singapore. The six are: Li Huabo, former Jiangxi official; Liu Changming, party boss of Bank of Communications Guangzhou branch; Shi Yang, Liaoning propaganda official; Huang Shuimu, chairman of a property firm in Fujian's Longyan city; Han Jianpeng, legal representative of an investment firm in Hebei province; and Liang Jinwen, who worked in an auto firm in Guangdong's Zhuhai city.

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  7. Runners take on the challenge of the Beijing International Marathon....Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | South China Morning Post

    Runners take on the challenge of the Beijing International Marathon. More of the country's businesspeople are setting themselves the test of completing a race.

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  8. Sino-US nuclear cooperation proposal laudedRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 23 | China Daily

    The 30-year Sino-US nuclear cooperation agreement proposed by US President Obama can play a key role in international nuclear safety, security and nonproliferation, experts said. "The US Nuclear Energy Industry urges Congress to support renewal of the US-China Section 123 agreement for continued US leadership and influence in the critical international nuclear issues,"said Marvin Fertel, the Nuclear Energy Institute's president and chief executive officer.

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  9. Beijing releases list of 100 graft fugitivesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | The Straits Times

    China has released a list of 100 fugitives, including six who allegedly escaped to Singapore. The six are: Li Huabo, former Jiangxi official; Liu Changming, party boss of Bank of Communications Guangzhou branch; Shi Yang, Liaoning propaganda official; Huang Shuimu, chairman of a property firm in Fujian's Longyan city; Han Jianpeng, legal representative of an investment firm in Hebei province; and Liang Jinwen, who worked in an auto firm in Guangdong's Zhuhai city.

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  10. Fujian plant blast blamed on poor equipmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | The Star Online

    Firefighters battle a blaze following an explosion at a plant producing paraxylene - a chemical commonly known as PX - in Zhangzhou, east China's Fujian province on April 8, 2015. - AFP Beijing: Blast at a manufacturer of paraxylene in Fujian province earlier this month was caused by the poor quality of the chemical plant's equipment and has been determined as an accident due to negligence, said spokesman of the State Administration of Work Safety at a press conference in Beijing.

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  11. Li tells FTZs to be bolder over reformsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | People's Daily Online

    Premier Li Keqiang visits a service center in Xiamen, part of the Fujian Pilot Free Trade Zone, on Wednesday. Li's visit came a day after the official launch of the three latest FTZs, of which Fujian is one.

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  12. Taiwan's ruling party hopes for election boost from meeting with Chinese PresidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | NEWS.com.au

    Eric Chu , the chairman of Taiwan's ruling Kuomintang, is to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping on May 4. Photo: Nora Tam A meeting between Communist Party General Secretary Xi Jinping and Eric Chu, the chairman of Taiwan's ruling Kuomintang, would give the KMT a boost in next year's presidential elections if major gains were made during the trip, observers said. Chu will meet Xi in Beijing on May 4, the day after he takes part in a forum between the two parties in Shanghai as head of the KMT delegation, Central News Agency reported on Wednesday.

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  13. Woman's boob implants EXPLODE and fall south causing lumps all over her bodyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Daily Mail

    Ever get that sinking feeling? Woman's boob implants EXPLODE and fall south causing lumps all over her body The unnamed woman, 37, discovered her breast implants had moved to her back and abdomen, forming 'fake boobs' all around her torso. Embarrassed to see a doctor, she ignored the problem for years until the pain became unbearable and she was forced to visit the hospital earlier this month, according to the People's Daily Online Wrong place: A second woman is pictured who had to undergo an operation to remove all lumps on her torso after her breast implants burst The woman, from Ningde city in Fujian Province in China, said she had spent around 2,000 yuan to have her breasts enlarged in 2002 during a trip to Nanjing.

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  14. Chinese work safety officials blame chemical plant's bosses for explosion this monthRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Cape Breton Post

    China's work safety watchdog on Wednesday blamed an explosion at a chemical plant in southeast China this month on the factory's management and failings in local government supervision. The April 6 blast and ensuing hydrocarbon fire at the paraxylene plant in Fujian province left six people hospitalized and renewed discussion on China's social media about the potential dangers of factories that produce the toxic chemical.

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  15. Chinese officials blame chemical plant bosses for explosionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | The Beaumont Enterprise

    In this April 7, 2015 file photo, villagers go about their local religious practice near the site of an explosion at the Goure PX Plant in Zhangzhou in southern China's Fujian province.

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  16. Taiwan's Kuomintang chairman Eric Chu to meet Xi Jinping in BeijingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | South China Morning Post

    Kuomintang chairman Eric Chu will meet Xi Jinping in his capacity as Communist Party general secretary on May 4. Photo: EPA Taiwan's ruling Kuomintang chairman Eric Chu will meet Xi Jinping in his capacity as Communist Party general secretary in Beijing on May 4, the island's Central News Agency reports. Chu will travel to Beijing to meet Xi the day after he participates in a forum between the two parties in Shanghai, the CNA reported citing KMT sources.

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  17. Free trade zone in China may lead to brain drain in Taiwan, say analystsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | NEWS.com.au

    Prospect of easier access to mainland markets in neighbouring Fujian province likely to lure some of island's best and brightest away, according to observers A new free trade zone in Fujian province across the sea from Taiwan will prove hugely attractive to the island's businesses, but may also lure some its best and brightest talent away to work on the mainland, according to analysts. China's government has launched three new pilot free-trade zones in Fujian, Guangdong province and the northern city of Tianjin.

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  18. Sensus Opens New Meter Manufacturing And Assembly Unit In ChinaRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Water Online

    Sensus has opened a new meter manufacturing and assembly facility in Fuzhou, Fujian Province, the People's Republic of China. The facility, with capacity to produce 150,000 meters annually, will meet the growing demand for advanced meters in China, Southeast Asia and other markets.

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  19. Cyclist Disfigured After Truck Door OpensRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Austrian Times

    A female cyclist was disfigured when she was hit in the face by a metal truck door. Xiuxiu Chou, 46, was riding behind a cargo truck when the unlocked door suddenly blew open and smashed her in the face.

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  20. China launches three more free trade zonesRead the original story

    Monday Apr 20 | Xinhuanet

    The new zones were established 18 months after the first FTZ was unveiled in the financial hub Shanghai, which was designed to help streamline the overloaded administrative approval system and encourage innovation and internationalization. Officials expect the new FTZs in Tianjin, Guangdong and Fujian will boost economic reform, promote trade and facilitate investment in new areas as the world's second largest economy moves away from an unsustainable export-dependent model.

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