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BEIJING (China Daily/ ANN) - Bilateral relations stare at four possible scenarios now that the US is hellbent on containing China’s rise by igniting a tariff warm multimedia-container
BEIJING (China Daily/ ANN) - China’s impact in the global film industry has never been more apparent. Eager to tap into the growing consumption levels of the country’s middle class, Hollywood productions have been frequently introducing Chinese actors into their cast to draw viewers from China.
BEIJING (China Daily/ ANN) - The school in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province will be the first professional school in China focusing on racing car technology and personnel training to meet the demands for professionals in the sector, said Xia Hongwu, vice-head of the school, which will be linked with Jianghan University.
BEIJING (China Daily/ ANN) - China’s first domestically developed long-acting injectable AIDS drug will be available to the public in August, and is expected to benefit tens of thousands of people infected with HIV.
LONDON (China Daily/ANN) - The new findings indicate that hominids, the family that includes humans and their ancestors, left Africa earlier than is suggested by the evidence at Dmanisi.
BEIJING (China Daily/ ANN) - China is building up its international image and the credibility of its judicial system through dealing with high-profile foreign-related intellectual property cases, a senior official from China’s top court said.
“Chinese courts have been upholding equal protections while hearing foreign-related IP disputes no matter where litigants are from,” Tao Kaiyuan, vice-president of the Supreme People’s Court, told China Daily in an recent exclusive interview.
BEIJING (China Daily/ ANN) - US action to escalate trade friction will not solve any problem, but rather will push the global economy into a trap of uncertainty that includes a possible world economic recession, the Ministry of Commerce said on Thursday.
Gao Feng, the ministry’s spokesman, said whether the trade friction will grow will be decided by attitudes in the United States.
BEIJING (China Daily/ ANN) - China’s top court said it is considering building more intellectual property tribunals to handle a rapid rise of IP disputes and will increase protection on renowned trademarks as the country takes bigger steps to protect IP rights.
The Supreme People’s Court released the plan to establish more IP tribunals during a two-day conference on courts’ IP case hearings, held in Qingdao, Shandong province, this early this week.