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Firefighters attend to a girl's injuries on Sunday at a shelter for people affected by floods in Mianning county, Sichuan province. As of Monday, at least 12 people were reported killed and 10 missing in floods caused by steady downpours on Friday and Saturday, the county government said. Heavy rains continued to hit parts of southern China on Monday.Cheng Xueli/for China Daily

Key meeting focuses on CPC rules

A key Party meeting on Monday stressed the need to improve the quality of intraparty elections and come up with higher criteria for candidates to ensure that highly qualified delegates are elected.


China warns of retaliatory US visa curbs

China will impose visa restrictions on US citizens who have "behaved egregiously" over Hong Kong-related issues, in response to visa restrictions from the United States, Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said on Monday.


Flood's death toll hits 12;10 missing

The death toll from a rainstorm in Mianning county in Liangshan Yi autonomous prefecture in Sichuan province rose to 12 on Monday, with 10 people reported missing, the county government information office said.


Shandong launches investment events to promote opening-up

A mega investment promotion event kicks off in East China's Shandong on Tuesday, as part of the province's efforts to further expand its opening-up and shore up high-quality development.


Targeted policies instill confidence Chinese economy can withstand test

The performance of large-scale industrial enterprises in May suggests that as long as China can prevent the novel coronavirus virus from staging a large-scale comeback in the country, its economy is capable of withstanding the test of the pandemic.


Central SOEs boost fight against virus

President Xi Jinping is leading China's fight against the novel coronavirus outbreak. And thanks to the painstaking efforts made by the entire nation, China had managed to largely contain the virus before a new cluster of infections was detected in Beijing on June 11.


Surging cases bring new deaths milestone

WASHINGTON-The coronavirus continues to ravage the world, with the death toll topping 500,000, swelled by the pandemic's tightening grip on the Americas. As cases surge there, Africa is emerging as a new focus of concern.


PBOC steps to ease woes of small firms

Monetary authorities are expected to deploy more targeted measures and innovative policy tools to ensure direct credit flows to small enterprises, based on updated projections of the current domestic economic situation, analysts said on Monday.


Drugmakers step up efforts for innovative product R&D

Pharmaceutical enterprises from home and abroad are stepping up efforts in innovative drug research and development as the domestic innovation environment constantly improves and profit margins for generic drugs gradually shrink, said industry experts.


Elevating a mountain's magic

Tourists are again flocking to Jiang Fangjun's farm since the COVID-19 epidemic was brought under control in April. About 2,000 tourists visited his place, the First Farm, during the May Day holiday, 20 percent more than during the holiday last year.


PSG eyes fixed firmly on biggest prize

Paris Saint-Germain is still optimistic it can win the Champions League for the first time when the tournament is played in Lisbon in August, even if the coronavirus crisis has left the Qatar-owned club weakened both on and off the field.


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