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China's Xi says hopes to promote relations with North Korea: KCNA

SEOUL (Reuters) - Chinese President Xi Jinping replied to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's congratulatory message on China's recently completed Communist Party Congress, saying he hopes to promote..
Reuters India

India hopeful policy set by China's Communist Party Congress will promote ties: MEA

PM Modi congratulated Xi Jinping on his re-election as the General Secretary of the Communist Party, said Raveesh Kumar.
DNA

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News video: UCLA Players Returning To U.S. After Trump Sought Xi's Help

UCLA Players Returning To U.S. After Trump Sought Xi's Help 00:40

On Tuesday, three UCLA basketball players detained in China on suspicion of shoplifting were returning to the United States after President Donald Trump sought the help of Chinese President Xi Jinping..
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News video: China's President Hopes To Promote Ties With North Korea

China's President Hopes To Promote Ties With North Korea 00:47

In reply to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s congratulatory message, China’s President Xi Jinping replied saying he hopes to promote ties between the two countries. Kim Jong Un sent a rare..
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News video: Xi Jinping is officially China's most powerful leader since Mao — here's what that means for the economy

Xi Jinping is officially China's most powerful leader since Mao — here's what that means for the economy 00:42

At the conclusion of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, President Xi Jinping was elevated to the same status as Mao Zedong. It is a shift that might shed some light on the..
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News video: Big Businesses Face Xi's New Reality

Big Businesses Face Xi's New Reality 02:36

Oct.26 -- As President Xi Jinping consolidates his power this week at the Communist Party Congress, he also presented a new economic vision focusing on rising living standards over high speed growth...
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

News video: Trump Congratulates Xi

Trump Congratulates Xi 00:51

China’s Communist Party formally elevated Xi on Tuesday to the same status as Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping. The unanimous decision will make Xi, who was elected in 2012, the most powerful leader the..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

 

Taiwan president calls for breakthrough in China relations

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan and China need to drop historical baggage to seek a breakthrough in relations, Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen said in her first public comments since China's ruling Communist..
Reuters India

No clear successor to Xi Jinping announced by China's Communist Party

Contrary to speculation, Guangdong party secretary Hu Chunhua and Chongqing party boss Chen Miner were not included in the Standing Committee
DNA

Women fail to crack China's glass ceiling as party picks new leaders

BEIJING (Reuters) - Every time China's ruling Communist Party convenes a major gathering, like the congress that just ended in Beijing, the list of delegates is hand-crafted in part to burnish the..
Reuters India

China unveils new leadership line-up with no clear successor to Xi

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's ruling Communist Party broke with recent precedent on Wednesday, unveiling a new leadership line-up without a clear successor to President Xi Jinping, who has become..
Reuters India

Factbox: Xi allies dominate China's new 25-member Politburo

(Reuters) - While the new seven-member Politburo Standing Committee unveiled on Wednesday by China's ruling Communist Party was not packed with people regarded as close to President Xi Jinping, his..
Reuters India

Xi Jinping is Communist Party's head for second time: Party breaks precedent, doesn't name clear successor to president

China's Communist Party revealed its new leadership helmed by President Xi Jinping, but did not include include a clear successor to the president.
Firstpost

With no apparent heir in power rank, Xi Jinping to hold China's reins even after 2022

China's Communist Party (CPC) today disclosed its new set of leadership for the next five years- but without an apparent successor to incumbent President Xi Jinping. This means Xi would remain in power..
India Today

Xi Jinping secures 2nd 5 year term as head of China's ruling communist party

xi jinping secures 2nd 5 year term as head of china's ruling communist party
China President Xi Jinping today secured a second five-year term as the head of the ruling Communist Party.
All India Radio Also reported by •Deccan Herald

Factbox: China's new Politburo Standing Committee lineup

(Reuters) - China's ruling Communist Party on Wednesday unveiled its core decision-making body, the Politburo Standing Committee, headed by President Xi Jinping.
Reuters India

With Xi Jinping firmly at helm, these men will now run China

China's ruling Communist Party on Wednesday unveiled its core decision-making body, the Politburo Standing Committee, with President Xi Jinping returning for a second five-year term as party general..
IndiaTimes

China Communist Party unveils new leadership

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Communist Party revealed its new top leadership helmed by President Xi Jinping on Wednesday, breaking with recent precedent by failing to include a clear successor among the..
Reuters India

Hong Kong stocks rise, underpinned by listings of mainland firms

Hong Kong stocks rose on Wednesday, underpinned by strong gains by listings in the city of mainland-based companies, as China's ruling Communist Party revealed its new leadership
Sify


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