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Chinese central banks stock slide over the weekend

Chinese central banks stock slide over the weekend

Over the weekend, the Chinese central bank’s move to raise banks reserve requirements was assigned to remove excess liquidity, as the hot money begins to pour into the country, while Chinese banking and property shares declined on Monday.

Unlicensed Masseurs Protest about Their Ban in Chinese Medicine Clinics

Unlicensed Masseurs Protest about Their Ban in Chinese Medicine Clinics

On Sunday, it was seen that around 1,000 unlicensed masseurs protested against the government's decision. The Government planned to ban these people from working in clinics which provided traditional Chinese medicine and treatment.

State Media Reports that China's Online Populace Passes 400 million

State Media Reports that China's Online Populace Passes 400 million

On Saturday, the state media reported that the number of Internet users in China, by now the biggest in the world, has gone beyond 400 million and accounts for nearly a third of the nation's populace.

China’s Manufacturer Opens New Headquarters in LA

China’s Manufacturer Opens New Headquarters in LA

It was seen lately that China’s carmaker are planning to sell autos in US by the End of the year and would open its new North American headquarters in Los Angeles.

Sales of Telecoms Equipment From China Blocked In India

Sales of Telecoms Equipment From China Blocked In India

It has been reported that the Government of India has officially alerted the mobile operators to avoid importing any kinds of telecoms equipment that were manufactured by the Chinese vendors, which also included ZTE and Huawei.

Mental Health of China Revealed by Study

Mental Health of China Revealed by Study

A survey has revealed that 17.5% of Chinese adults suffer from mental disorders, 6.1% suffer from mood disorders and 5.6% are afflicted with anxiety disorders. There are also a reported 5.9% who suffer from substance abuse disorders.

The results of the survey were revealed on the chinanews. com. cn on Wednesday.

Record Profits Posted By Chinese Banks While Slowdown Looms Ahead

Record Profits Posted By Chinese Banks While Slowdown Looms Ahead

It has been made clear that a slowdown can be seen quite near after wonderful profits recorded for the first quarter by Chinese banks.

Google Seems To Fade While Baidu’s Out On A Roll

Google Seems To Fade While Baidu’s Out On A Roll

It has been reported that the leading Internet search engine of China, Baidu, seems to be on a roll, as their earnings for the first quarter has surpassed all expectations, by turning out to be a whopping amount which is actually more than double of what was forecast.

HIV Positive Visitors Free to Visit China, Government Lifts Ban

HIV Positive Visitors Free to Visit China, Government Lifts Ban

The Chinese Cabinet, the State Council, revealed that the Government had revoked the ban on entry for people suffering from HIV/AIDS. It was stated that the Government has amended and revised the Border Quarantine Law on April 19. The changes will come into effect immediately.

China Issues Amended Rules: HIV/AIDS and Leprosy Patients Permitted Entry

China Issues Amended Rules: HIV/AIDS and Leprosy Patients Permitted Entry

In a new turn if an events, China has annulled the ban on people suffering from HIV/AIDS, entering the country.

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