Chinese court grants Qualcomm 'preliminary injunction' against Apple

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Chinese court grants Qualcomm 'preliminary injunction' against Apple

Economy

Chinese vice premier calls US officials on trade issues

Chinese Vice Premier Liu He on Tuesday called US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer on trade disputes between the two countries.
Nation

China urges no discrimination against Chinese firms with normal business activities in Japan

China consistently encourages Chinese enterprises to invest in Japan according to commercial principles, international rules and local laws.
Metro

Fengxian bus driver caught watching TV dramas at the wheel

A bus driver was suspended from work for a month for using his smartphone while driving, traffic police from Fengxian District said.
Tech

Huawei CFO bail hearing adjourned till Tuesday: CGTN

Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou's bail hearing has been deferred till Tuesday after a Canadian court could not reach a decision during the second-day hearing on Monday.
Nation

China releases guideline on sustainable development of rural tourism

The guideline put forward 5 major measures, such as enhancing the quality of products and the level of service and management, and innovating the marketing mode of rural tourism.
Nation

Death toll in southwest China landslide rises to 5

The death toll has risen to five after a landslide hit a county in southwest China's Sichuan Province Sunday afternoon, local authorities said Tuesday.
Property

China's rental housing market on the up

Favorable demographics, rising barriers to home ownership, supportive government policies and an influx of capital are boosting the growth of rental housing market in China.
Nation

Quantum computer control system launched in east China

China's first quantum computer control system with independent intellectual property rights has been launched in Hefei, capital of eastern province of Anhui.
Finance

China's fintech sector grows fast amid tighter regulations: report

Driven by the increased availability of third-party platforms, online financial services in China have seen rapid growth amid tightened regulations, Moody's Investors Service said. 
Finance

Technology 'a great accelerator' for China's credit card business

China's credit card business has been on the track of fast development and technologies have been a big  enabler for banks to deliver superb services to their customers. 
Entertainment

Restored 'My Neighbor Totoro' to hit Chinese screens

Classic Japanese animation set to enthrall Chinese audiences 30 years after its original release.
World

Ex-Malaysian PM Najib to face charge for tampering 1MDB report

Former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak will face fresh charges for tampering an audit report related to state investment fund 1MDB.
Art & Culture

Melodic moments with Pankaj Udhas

Famed Indian ghazal singer Pankaj Udhas is all set to enthrall the crowds in Shanghai with his soulful music on December 14. 
Metro

First motorist to defy Shanghai noise ban faces heavy penalties

Besides 15 days of detention, the man was also fined 6,500 yuan (US$940) and had 39 points deducted from his license.
Tech

China court bans iPhone sales in patent dispute: Qualcomm

A Chinese court ordered a ban in the country on iPhone sales in a patent dispute, US chipmaking giant Qualcomm said Monday.
World

French president hikes minimum wage, promises tax relief to head off 'Yellow Vest' protests

French President Emmanuel Macron sought to dampen the social uproar with an "economic and social emergency plan," offering to increase the minimum wage and tax cuts for pensioners.
Economy

China, Germany pledge to jointly protect free trade, world order

China and Germany on Monday agreed to join hands to safeguard free trade and the international order.
World

British PM confirms crucial Brexit vote postponed

British Prime Minister Theresa May confirmed on Monday afternoon that the crucial parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal, originally scheduled for Tuesday, will be postponed.
Opinion

Emboldening our teachers to rein in unruly students

With the perceived decline of teachers' authority and the lack of tools to discipline unruly students, classroom management becomes tough.
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