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For the first time, the Chinese authorities pledge that individuals will be allowed to go bankrupt, although experts caution that it may take years for the legislative process to go through

More of China’s aging migrant workers have no choice but to keep working because they cannot afford to retire – and the industries they work are struggling to replace them

More of China’s aging migrant workers have no choice but to keep working because they cannot afford to retire – and the industries they work are struggling to replace them

If trade frictions aggravate, the chances for a US recession will increase, further dimming prospects for an economic recovery

As long as the campaign produces hard proof that Trump abused his office’s rights, the Democrats can still deliver a huge political blow to the GOP

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For the first time, the Chinese authorities pledge that individuals will be allowed to go bankrupt, although experts caution that it may take years for the legislative process to go through

Beijing warns of a color revolution as months-long protests and riots continue to spread in Hong Kong

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AI may one day create a new realm of art and creativity. But will there be a place in it for humans?

China is seeking to reform a vocational education system long plagued by funding shortages, lack of enterprise participation and social stigma

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