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Source: The New York Times

San Francisco :: CA :: USA | updated 2012-05-14 03:40:41 -0700 | technology-news

Last year seemed like a dark one for the solar industry: Stiff competition from China drove American manufacturers to layoffs and even bankruptcy, while the low price of natural gas and the loss of a critical government subsidy weakened incentives...
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Source: China News

Beijing :: China | updated 2012-05-13 22:35:46 -0700 | political-news

More than 280,000 people in China's southwestern Tibet autonomous region are facing threats from geological hazards, according to a local land and resources official. A geological survey has pinpointed 8,930 points in Tibet that are potential sites of geological disasters,...
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Source: Zee News

London :: United Kingdom | updated 2012-05-13 17:29:58 -0700 | sports-news

The London Olympics and the Paralympic Games look set to take place amid water restrictions in the city. A hosepipe ban is set to be enforced from April 5 in London and surrounding areas, where the Olympic Park is and...
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Source: Chinadaily

Beijing :: China | updated 2012-05-13 12:24:03 -0700 | political-news

China plans to import more uranium this year than last year and to buy uranium mines abroad, looking particularly toward Canada for that purpose, said Qian Zhiming, deputy director of the National Energy Administration. Qian also said China might resume...
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Source: BurmaNet

Beijing :: China | updated 2012-05-19 18:20:28 -0700 | business-news

Chinese officials have urged Myanmar's government to restart a Chinese-backed multibillion-dollar power dam project that was suspended apparently without notice last year. China was caught off guard by September's suspension of the $3.6 billion China-funded Myitsone dam, which was being...
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Source: MarketWatch

Beijing :: China | updated 2012-05-12 11:02:51 -0700 | political-news

Work on China's nuclear power plants has begun to pick up again a year after the Fukushima disaster in Japan. But the meltdown on March 11, 2011, is still fresh on the minds of four retired cadres in Wangjiang County....
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Source: China News

Beijing :: China | updated 2012-05-10 08:35:01 -0700 | political-news

China suspended the approval of new nuclear power projects and launched a nationwide safety inspection at nuclear power stations and facilities in operation and under construction after the Fukushima nuclear crisis...It is necessary for China to build nuclear power stations...
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Source: China News

Shanghai :: China | updated 2012-05-09 22:30:42 -0700 | business-news

Reducing carbon emissions from the agricultural and forestry industries could help to eliminate poverty in the Chinese countryside, according to Lin Erda, a member of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference National Committee. China last year raised the poverty line,...
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Shanghai :: China | updated 2012-07-26 00:47:15 -0700 | green-news

“We anticipate good progress in all divisions in 2012. In our activities supporting clients’ development capex, we are forecasting strong growth in Engineering driven by increased E&P capex spend and have good visibility in our Wood Group GTS Power Solutions...
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Source: China News

Beijing :: China | updated 2012-05-08 06:06:57 -0700 | political-news

Environmental authorities of Guangdong province plan to start releasing PM2.5 readings on Thursday, an early-bird approach to meeting the stricter national air quality requirements...Guangdong's initial readings will come from 17 monitoring stations in the Pearl River Delta.
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Source: China News

Beijing :: China | updated 2012-05-07 04:54:28 -0700 | business-news

Seismologists from China, Japan and the Republic of Korea (ROK) are jointly carrying out an earthquake program aimed at strengthening cooperation in scientific research on earthquakes, volcanos and tsunamis among the three nations. The program was initiated during the East...
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Source: China News

Beijing :: China | updated 2012-05-06 03:38:49 -0700 | political-news

Premier Wen Jiabao said in his report to the top legislature on Monday that China will "safely and effectively" develop nuclear power, marking the first time the issue has been addressed in a government work report. In his report submitted...
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Source: China News

Beijing :: China | updated 2012-05-04 21:22:15 -0700 | business-news

Shanghai is planning to implement a harsher vehicle emission regulation starting next year in an effort to curb the city's air pollution, a senior environmental official said Sunday. The move is part of a collection of air control measures rolled...
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Source: China News

Beijing :: China | updated 2012-05-01 15:12:51 -0700 | political-news

A leading Chinese space engineer said here Thursday that China's first unmanned space module, the Tiangong-1, is now capable of accommodating astronauts, making it possible for China to carry out its first manned space docking mission ahead of schedule.
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Source: Epoch Times

Beijing :: China | updated 2012-05-01 15:12:42 -0700 | political-news

March 1, 2012 A picture taken on Nov. 16, 2011, shows illegal Chinese fishing boats banded together with ropes, chased by a coastguard helicopter and commandos in rubber boats, in South Korean waters. (Dong-a Ilbo/AFP/Getty Images) The South China Sea,...
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