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By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
The Chinese government may be on the verge of opening the door to even more imported coal traffic if a National Develop¬ment and Reform Commission (NDRC) pro¬posal receives approval. Inside Coal looks at the implications.
By Data Traks
Colorado rail-safety company looks at significant expansion with Chinese government purchase
By Clair Lin
Henan Tianguan plans to launch more cellulosic ethanol plants to expand capacity, according to CCM’s October issue of Industrial Biotechnology China News.
By Rebecca Smith
In an effort to slow record high property prices and control inflation, the Chinese government has banned foreign investment in building and management of villas.
By Clair Barton
Year on year, the investment demand for gold in China increased by 70% due to limited alternative investment opportunities and domestic inflationary pressure.
By Clair Barton
The National Energy Administration announced that China is likely to drop its coal consumption by 63 percent by 2015. China looks to lead by example in cutting carbon emissions as the worldwide push to become more green increases.
By John Sylvester
Google said it was “very pleased” that the Chinese government has renewed its ICP licence, thereby resolving a six-month stand-off. Had it not done so, it would not have had the platform to develop and market Android on the mainland.
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