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K J M Varma
Beijing, January 9, 2016
Beijing witnessed continuous smoggy days this winter, due to high pollution and unfavourable weather. The local government issued red alerts, the highest, for heavy air pollution twice.


K J M Varma
Beijing, January 7, 2016
The buzz that Google Inc may move back to the Chinese mainland became louder this week after the Internet giant's numerous job postings appeared on social media.


K J M Varma
Beijing, November 30, 2015
The NITI Aayog Vice Chairman's remarks came amid the perception that Indian economy can gain from the deceleration of the Chinese economy.


K J M Varma
Beijing, November 28, 2015
With the domestic smartphone makers expanding their offerings, the gadgets have become increasingly affordable and mobile internet connections reaching 594 million.


K J M Varma
Beijing, November 19, 2015
The Chinese start-up became part of a group of investors channeling funds into Indian taxi aggregator Ola.


K J M Varma
Beijing, November 12, 2015
China's e-commerce giant said its online sales exceeded $14 billion on Wednesday, despite the world's second biggest economy experiencing its worst slowdown since 2009.


K J M Varma
Beijing/Shanghai, November 3, 2015
With a flying range of up to 5,555 kilometres, it is designed to compete head-to-head with its Airbus and Boeing rivals, and said to easily cover popular business and leisure routes from China.


K J M Varma
Beijing, October 22, 2015
Apple CEO Tim Cook on Wednesday said that his company will continue to invest aggressively to create more jobs in world's second largest economy.


K J M Varma
Beijing, October 13, 2015
China's new 5 year plans takes into consideration of the current slowdown and lay out of Party reform plans to guarantee a better and effective national leadership.


K J M Varma
Beijing, July 24, 2015
The New Development Bank launched in Shanghai on July 21 is set up to finance infrastructure projects in the emerging economies of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.


K J M Varma
Beijing, April 30, 2015
The pollution occurred as a french fry supplier to McDonald's was upgrading its sewage treatment facilities. The polluted water flowed into urban pipe networks.


K J M Varma
Beijing , January 22, 2015
High-speed railways passing across the Korean Peninsula in Northeast Asia and linking China with West Asia as well as South Asia, are also on the schedule.


K J M Varma
Beijing, January 6, 2015
There is no denying that the lack of strategic mutual trust triggered by the border dispute still constitutes the biggest obstacle in China-India relations.


K J M Varma
Beijing, December 30, 2014
Lei also said Xiaomi will unveil a new heavyweight flagship product in January, without disclosing further details.


K J M Varma
Beijing, November 25, 2014
The proposed corridor could be the second largest in the world after China's 2,298 km-long Beijing-Guangzhou line which was launched last year.


K J M Varma
Beijing, October 24, 2014
The Bank, to be headquartered in Beijing, is expected to be operational by next year.


K J M Varma
Beijing, October 15, 2014
The six-member delegation is the first from India after President Xi Jinping visited New Delhi last month during which  $20 billion commitment was made by China to invest in industrial parks in Gujarat and Maharashtra.


K J M Varma
Beijing, August 15, 2014
An 18-member delegation comprising top Chinese investors and industrialists are scheduled to head to India on August 18 to make a final visit to some of the sites offered to set up Chinese Industrial Parks, officials told PTI in the Chinese capital.


K J M Varma and Nilesh Bhagat
Beijing, June 30, 2014
India is expecting China to set up four industrial parks in different states. According to Chinese officials, its current investments in India stand at $1.1 billion, mostly in Gujarat


K J M Varma
Beijing, June 6, 2014
The Chinese economy will grow at 7.6 per cent this year, a notch lower than last year's 7.7 per cent, and the trend is likely to continue next year as well, a World Bank Economic update said.


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