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China-Russia rail bridge on right track The construction of a cross-border rail bridge between China and Russia has moved a step closer to completion because the project's funding gap has been covered.
Tech giants brand value on the up Chinese technology giants' brand value gained momentum and financial service companies are in pole position in the global brand league table.
Having made headlines at the Davos World Economic Forum with his vigorous defense of globalization, Chinese President Xi Jinping is expected to take the spotlight in another gathering with global influence: the "two sessions" in Beijing.
Guo Shuqing, chairman of China's banking regulator, specified the commission's major tasks for 2017, with controlling financial risks as the centerpiece.
China's economy is expected to remain the strongest engine for world economic growth in 2017, a spokesperson of the top political advisory body said Thursday.
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