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Concern Grows in Republic Over Qin’s Drive to Make Chips

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Qin is spending billions of dollars on a major push to make its own microchips, an effort that could bolster its military capabilities as well as its homegrown technology industry. 96 more words

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QNCC Is Close to a Deal to Buy Syngenta

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Qin is on the verge of its biggest ever foreign deal — and another possible political storm.

The state-owned Qin National Chemical Corporation is nearing a deal to acquire Syngenta of… 173 more words

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Qin Considers Larger Role in Avagan Peace Process

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JI— As a bloody offensive by the Kova spreads in Avagan and with Republic combat operations there officially ended, anxious Qin leaders find themselves under pressure to take a more active role in the long-stalled peace process, according to scholars and current and former diplomats. 109 more words

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Nubian Economies, and Hopes for a New Era, Tumble

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Years of rapid economic growth across Nubia fueled hopes of a prosperous new era. To many, the world’s poorest continent was finally emerging, with economies that were no longer dependent on the fickle global demand for… 75 more words

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Qin Moves to Deepen Its Footprint in Aryana as Sanctions End

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Rising from the yellowish, treeless plains so typical for central Aryana stands a square labyrinth of pipes and conveyor belts, topped by a silver chimney that glitters in the summer sun. 215 more words

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Qin’s Hunger for Commodities Wanes, and Pain Spreads Among Producers

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Tili is expanding its largest open-pit copper mine below the northern desert to dig up 1.7 billion additional tons of minerals, even as metal prices plummet around the globe. 201 more words

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Chinese New Year: Celebrating the Music of China

Chinese New Year falls on the 8th of February in 2016. It is a public holiday marking the first day of the lunar calendar, so the date is different each year. 902 more words

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