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High-level Artificial Intelligence for new China missile

File photo of China’s Dongfeng missiles fleet.

China will develop its next- generation cruise missiles based on a modular design, allowing them to be tailor-made for specific combat situations with high level of artificial intelligence (AI), a sen

China slams Vietnam’s missiles in South China Sea

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With China mulling its options to counter Vietnam's reported plan to send mobile rocket launchers to the disputed South China Sea, Chinese media on Thursday termed the move a “terrible mistake” and as

China sets up new arm to deal with bad loans

A Chinese court has set up a bankruptcy division to deal with “zombie” companies as their numbers rose sharply in recent months following China’s economic slowdown which resulted in overcapacity espec

1st human gene-editing trial in China

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Chinese scientists will perform the world’s first genetic editing trial on humans this month, in an attempt to find a cure for lung cancer.

SCS row: China for ‘people’s war at sea’

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In this Monday photo released by Xinhua News Agency, a missile is launched from a Navy ship during a live ammunition drill in the East China Sea. (Photo: AP)

Uber exits China, merges business with local rival

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Ride-sharing giant Uber is to merge its China operations with local rival Didi Chuxing, reports said on Monday, ending a ferocious battle for market share in the world’s second-largest economy.

Ride-share battle ends as Didi buys Uber China

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Women hold their smartphones showing the ride-hailing apps Uber Technology Ltd. (left) and Didi Chuxing at a residential compound in Beijing on Monday. (Photo: AP)

Chinese hack screens at 2 airports in Vietnam

Flight display screens at Vietnam’s two largest airports were hacked allegedly by Chinese hackers with messages criticising Vietnam’s claims over the disputed South China Sea being displayed, in an ap

‘Will press ahead with anti-missile system tests’

China’s defence ministry confirmed on Thursday that it was pressing ahead with anti-missile system tests after pictures appeared on state television, amid anger at South Korea’s decision to deploy an

Woman complains of vulgar scribbling

China has taken up with Vietnam the issue of vulgar scribbling by Vietnamese border staff on the passport of a Chinese woman over the nine dash-line, which represents Beijing’s claims on almost all of

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