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  • China’s Tianjin port link deal eases Nepal’s dependence on India

    China’s Tianjin port link deal eases Nepal’s dependence on India

    The Himalayas form a barrier between Nepal and China that is more than 6,700 yards high. Nepal will be given access to China’s Bohai Rim port of Tianjin in an agreement signed in Beijing this week, allowing the landlocked mountain republic to break its near total dependence on trade routes thr...

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  • ASTM A213 TP347H Steel Tube Exported to Canada

    ASTM A213 TP347H Steel Tube Exported to Canada

    Ductile Iron Universal Coupling According to ISO2531&EN545Specifications Sleeve and End Ring Material: Ductile Iron GG40/GG50 Bolts and Nuts material:Carbon Steel Rubber Ring: EPDM/NBER Size Range: DN40-DN600 Coating: Fusion Bonded Epoxy coating Use: This kind of couplings can be used for d...

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  • Watchdog: Auto dealers shut down too fast

    Watchdog: Auto dealers shut down too fast

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) — Automakers GM and Chrysler were pressured to close hundreds of dealerships quickly by the Treasury department without regard for the job losses that would result, according to a government watchdog report out Sunday. Treasury was charged with helping the car companies o...

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  • Goldman settles with SEC for $550 million

    Goldman settles with SEC for $550 million

    The settlement amount represents roughly 4% of the $13.4 billion in profits Goldman earned last year. In its first quarter of this year, the bank logged $3.5 billion in profits. Still, the $550 million was the largest penalty a Wall Street company has ever paid to the SEC. Regulators said $250...

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  • Alcoa swings to a profit, raises demand outlook

    Alcoa swings to a profit, raises demand outlook

    The company raised its forecast for aluminum consumption to 12% from 10% for 2010 based on improved demand from end-market customers such as automakers and construction companies in China. Klaus Kleinfeld, Alcoa’s chief executive, said global population growth, particularly in China’s urban ce...

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  • China’s foreign trade may fluctuate in Q1

    China’s foreign trade may fluctuate in Q1

    BEIJING, Feb. 24 (Xinhua) — China’s foreign trade may fluctuate in the first quarter of 2014 due to seasonal factors like the Spring Festival, said a spokesman for the Ministry of Commerce on Monday. “We are prudently optimistic about foreign trade this year. We are confident about keeping t...

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  • China may miss 2013 foreign trade growth target

    China may miss 2013 foreign trade growth target

    BEIJING, Dec. 27 (Xinhua) — China’s foreign trade is likely to grow by more than 7 percent from the previous year to reach 4.14 trillion U.S. dollars in 2013, slightly lower than the official target of 8 percent. Minister of Commerce Gao Hucheng said the country will continue efforts to mainta...

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  • First subway line to run under Yellow River

    First subway line to run under Yellow River

    Workers work 40 meters underground in the Lanzhou section of the Yellow River, capital of northwest China’s Gansu province, May 9, 2016. The construction of the right tunnel of Lanzhou subway line one was completed on May 9. It’s the first subway line to run under the Yellow River. [Photo/Xinhua]...

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