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China launches its first unmanned mission to Mars

25 Jul 2020

(This July 23 story was refiled to correct typo in paragraph 8) | Video

China startet erste eigene Raumfahrt zum Mars

23 Jul 2020

Wenchang China hat eine Sonde zum Mars auf den Weg gebracht und damit seinen ersten unabhängigen Raumfahrteinsatz zu einem anderen Planeten gestartet.

Dam collapse in China could point to a 'black swan' disaster

22 Jul 2020

YANGSHUO, China The dam at a small reservoir in China's Guangxi region gave way last month after days of heavy rain in a collapse that could be a harbinger of sterner tests for many of the country's 94,000 aging dams as the weather gets more extreme. | Video

China's producer prices extend declines but recovery signs emerge

09 Jul 2020

BEIJING China's factory gate prices fell for a fifth straight month in June as the coronavirus pandemic weighed heavily on industrial demand, although signs of a pickup in some parts of the sector suggest a slow economic recovery remains intact.

China's producer prices extend declines but recovery signs emerge

09 Jul 2020

BEIJING China's factory gate prices fell for a fifth straight month in June as the coronavirus pandemic weighed heavily on industrial demand, although signs of a pickup in some parts of the sector suggest a slow economic recovery remains intact.

Chinese factories to face headwinds in next phase of post-lockdown recovery

08 Jul 2020

BEIJING Orders for infrastructure materials and equipment have helped industrial output recover faster in China than most places emerging from COVID-19 lockdowns, but further expansion will be hard to attain without stronger broad-based demand and exports.

Empty data centres mushroom in China's far-flung provinces

30 Jun 2020

BEIJING Remote Chinese provinces are building more data centres in deserts and isolated valleys to house powerful computers and servers, but with users scarce, many risk becoming high-tech ghost towns and digital bridges to nowhere.

China's factory activity quickens, but pandemic drags on exporters and recovery

30 Jun 2020

BEIJING China's factory activity expanded at a stronger pace in June after the government lifted lockdowns and stepped up investment, but persistent weakness in export orders suggests the coronavirus crisis will remain a drag on the economy for some time.

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