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2020년 12월 4일 금요일

Top 10 Chinese cities by GDP for first three quarters of 2020

Visitors enjoy the night views of Hongyadong from the Qiansimen Bridge over the Jialing River in Chongqing. 


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Honor mulls retail expansion with offline stores in more cities

Honor, the Chinese smartphone brand sold by Huawei to a group of ... Sources told China Daily that Honor has set up more stores in cities such as ...


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Reforms Needed To Support Community Self-sufficiency In An Uncertain Future

Nearly half of these applicants are Māori, and 12 percent are Pacific, two groups disproportionately represented on this list. The Salvation Army is ...


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MXC to Launch Polkadot Parachain to Power Smart Cities Across Asia

MXC has made significant progress already in brokering deals with the Shanghai Yang-pu government and across South Korea, where smart cities will ...


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South Korea Stock Market Has A Green Light For Wednesday's Trade

The South Korea stock market bounced higher again on Tuesday, one day after it had ended the two-day winning streak in which it had ...


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Inside North Korea's Rapid Evolution to Cyber Superpower

Researchers examine North Korea's rapid evolution from destructive campaigns to complex and efficient cyber operations. It took only a few years for ...


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South Korea Moon's Support Hits Record Low Amid Prosecutor Fight

South Korean President Moon Jae-in's support rate hit a record low as turmoil over the fate of the country's top prosecutor rocked his government, in a ...


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China approves first sale of Korean video game in four years

The embargo sent a chill through South Korea's cultural and tourism sectors, as actors and pop stars found themselves unwelcome. South Korean ...


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