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The Mystery of China’s Levitating Cars

The Mystery of China’s Levitating Cars

The mystery of China’s levitating cars has been solved — and the explanation is very down-to-Earth. Viral video appears to show three vehicles suddenly going airborne as they approach an intersection in the city of Xingtai, about 250 miles south of Beijing. “I was driving slowly straight ahead,” a van …

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Who will Benefit More from the China-Georgia Free Trade Agreement?

Tbilisi and Beijing have launched negotiations on establishing a free-trade regime between the two countries. Some experts have already expressed their view that China will benefit much more from the free trade agreement with Georgia. However Mariam Gabunia from the Ministry of Economy’s Foreign Trade and International Economic Relations Department …

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Georgia Named Among the Best Wine Producing Countries

Georgian Wine

On November 15-17  China’s Guangzhou is hosting the 15th International Wine and Spirits Exhibition – Interwine Guangzhou 2015. 9 Georgian wine companies are taking part: Besini, Askaneli Brothers, Bagrationi 1882, Teliani Valley, Dugladze, Kakhuri Wine Cellar, Khareba, Telavi Wine Cellar, Batono. Wine contest  Interwine Guangzhou 2015 was held in the …

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Fly from Tbilisi to Seoul, NYC, LA, Toronto via China

Amid intensified China-Georgia relations, China Southern Airlines announced its intentions to operate several new international flights from Tbilisi Airport. The new destinations from Tbilisi will include cities like Seoul, New York, Los Angeles, and Toronto. All these will become accessible for Georgian travelers through connecting flights in Chinese cities of …

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Georgia-China Free Trade Benefits

Georgia-China Free Trade Benefits

The free trade regime introduction between Georgia and China raises questions in several directions: First, will Chinese imports sweep out domestic production? Secondly, what kind of investments will China make in Georgia? And How competitive are Georgian products in the Chinese market and will Georgia’s exports-imports balance with China grow …

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20 Photos that Show How Insanely Crowded China has Become

China Population

China has reportedly dropped its long-standing one-child policy, which was first enacted decades ago in an effort to curb overpopulation. China’s population was approaching 1 billion when it enforced its one-child-per-family policy in the late 1970s. Exceptions were only made in the cases of ethnic minorities and rural couples, who were …

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Is Free Trade with China Threat to Georgian Production?

Is Free Trade with China Threat to Georgian Production?

Georgia begins negotiations on free trade relations with China in November. As a result, the two countries will be able to trade without barriers, however, specific details at this stage are  unknown. For example, it has not yet  been determined whether goods produced in Georgia will  enter the Chinese market …

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China Signs $17 Billion Deal to Buy 130 Airbus Planes

China Signs $17 Billion Deal to Buy 130 Airbus Planes

China signed a deal to buy 130 planes from Airbus Group SE worth $17 billion, intensifying its competition with Boeing Co. in what’s projected to become the world’s biggest aircraft market. The agreement for 30 twin-aisle A330 and 100 single-aisle A320 planes was signed Thursday during a Beijing meeting between Chinese Premier Li …

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China Opens Communist Party Theme Park

China

Who needs Disneyland when you can have a theme park for youngsters to declare their loyalty to China’s Communist Party? That’s what Wuhan government officials seem to think anyway. The capital city of China’s central Hubei province has just opened a Communist Party theme park dedicated to China’s homegrown heroes. …

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China’s Yuan Joins Top 4 Global Currencies

The Chinese yuan became the fourth most-used currency for cross-border payments in August, according to global transaction services organization SWIFT. It’s the first time, the yuan has moved ahead of the Japanese yen. There was a “substantial” increase in the use of the Chinese currency in the final week of …

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