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New business link forged from historic bond in Chongqing2014-01-07

In September 2011, the two governments signed an agreement to launch the Sino-Korean Industrial Park in Chongqing Liangjiang (Two Rivers) New Area

Showtime for modern Chongqing2014-01-07

Chongqing simply reinforces that impression: Skyscrapers and bridges suggest no less prosperity than in the Big Apple.

Villagers become city slickers2014-01-07

"When I leave the apartment, I will always remember to turn off the gas," said Xu Chaohui in a serious voice.

Increased cooperation brings mutual benefits2014-01-07

Stoyan Atsarov from Bulgaria was delighted after signing a cooperation agreement with a business partner in Yiwu, Zhejiang province, where his company plans to build its first factory in China. The Bulgarian company will produce rose-oil candy for Chinese costumers.

More cooperation on railway sought2014-01-07

Chinese and European senior officials urged further cooperation through the Sino-Euro railway on Wednesday.

Creating the modern face of urbanization2014-01-07

Sitting on the south bank of the Jialingjiang River, the ancient buildings of Hongyadong - famous for its resemblance to the bathhouse in the Oscar-winning animation Spirited Away - are a must-see landmark in Chongqing.

Lower living costs a major appeal2014-01-07

Zhang Ke moved to Chongqing a year ago, after spending two years in Beijing.

Chongqing looking to the skies2014-01-07

Chongqing is one of more than 20 provincial areas or cities across China that have devised plans to explore the general aviation industry.

New area set for continued GDP growth2014-01-07

Chongqing Liangjiang New Area, an emerging hot investment destination in interior China, is aiming to maintain 20 percent annual GDP growth over the next eight years to drive development of the country's vast underdeveloped western region.

Chongqing catches California's attention2014-01-07

Like his great-grandfather's cousin Yung Wing - the first Chinese student to graduate from an American university, Yale College, in 1854 - Antonio Yung felt obligated to give something back to China.

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