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Wind power reaches big green milestone

China.dot.org 30 Nov 2021
China's installed capacity of ... According to the administration, China's installed capacity for wind power connected to the grid is 1.4 times the total installed capacity of wind power in the European Union by the end of 2020 and 2.6 times that of the United States.
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China and Russia stepping up energy cooperation

China.dot.org 30 Nov 2021
Bilateral trade between China and Russia in the energy industry in the January-September period reached $34.9 billion, which accounts for 34.3 percent of the total bilateral trade between the two sides, data from the National Energy Administration showed ... to the administration.
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Shanghai FTZ Bonded Area makes global trade easier

China Daily 30 Nov 2021
The Bonded Area of the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free ... Over the past three decades, the bonded area has been leading reform and opening-up among China's free trade zones, piloting more than 300 administrative innovation projects involving investment, trade, finance and monitoring.
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US proceeding with oil reserves release despite price drop

Finger Lakes Times 30 Nov 2021
When asked whether the administration was concerned about the lack of details that have surfaced about China’s plan to release its own oil reserves, Psaki said, “We are always encouraging any country around the world including China to be as transparent as possible on any of ...
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Pentagon announces plans to bulk up bases in Guam and Australia to confront China's growing ...

The Daily Mail 30 Nov 2021
The nine-month review was designed to coordinate the nation's massive military capabilities with the Biden administration’s strategic priorities, most notably responding to China’s growing assertiveness and its buildup of forces ... Guam is about 3000 miles from China, making it the closest U.S ... US and China come to a 'JOINT declaration' on tackling...
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Hypersonic missiles are fuelling fears of a new superpower arms race

Beijing News 30 Nov 2021
According to media reports from Washington, the Biden administration wants to engage China in talks on arms control and non-proliferation ... Putin said this was a means to counter US missile defence systems, developed after the withdrawal by the Bush administration from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty in 2001.
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Scientists urge better monitoring of glaciers

China Daily 30 Nov 2021
Glaciers around the world have been shrinking more quickly since 1985, said the latest China Blue Book on Climate Change, published recently by the China Meteorological Administration ... for plants and animals in the short term, the China Meteorological Administration said.
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Pentagon to modernize US bases in Guam, Australia to counter Chinese threats

Beijing News 30 Nov 2021
The US plans to modernize the military bases it operates in Australia and on the western Pacific island of Guam to counter the threats emanating from China ... This came as the US is making efforts to counter threats emerging from China. Meanwhile, tensions between the US and China ...
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Hunters take aim at wild boars as numbers soar

China Daily 30 Nov 2021
The population of wild boars exploded as wild animal habitats improved measurably after China made a priority of protecting forests and creating nature reserves, the National Forestry and Grassland Administration said in an online response to a netizen.
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China blusters as US Congressmen visit Taiwan, meet with president

Beijing News 30 Nov 2021
The American members of the House of Representatives, four Democrats and one Republican, met with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen, even as tensions with China have risen to their highest level in decades ... Nancy Mace tweeted, "China's embassy demanded we cancel the trip (we didn't)." ... The invitation was sharply criticized by China.
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Pentagon: Few Changes to US Overseas Military 'Footprint'

Voa News 30 Nov 2021
The outcome of the study, which began in March at Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's direction, reflects a complex security picture facing the Biden administration, which fully withdrew from Afghanistan in August but is increasingly concerned about countering China in the Asia-Pacific region and Russia in Europe.
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Pentagon: few changes to U.S. overseas military ‘footprint’

Wtop 30 Nov 2021
The outcome of the study, which began in March at Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin’s direction, reflects a complex security picture facing the Biden administration, which fully withdrew from Afghanistan in August but is increasingly concerned about countering China in the Asia-Pacific region and Russia in Europe.
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Policies aim to help ease burden of child raising

China.dot.org 30 Nov 2021
China has been gradually adjusting its one-child family planning policy ... "The fertility rate has become a problem in many countries, not only China, but also developed countries such as the United States and Japan," said Yang Hongshan, deputy dean of Renmin University of China's School of Public Administration and Policy.
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Biden reignites debate over travel bans

The Hill 30 Nov 2021
Still, the latest ban is igniting fierce pushback, harking back to when the Trump administration moved to ban travelers from China early on in the pandemic ... Like the current restrictions on African nations, the China travel ban applied only to foreign nationals, with no restrictions on U.S.
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Honduras leftist leader could present opportunities for US

Times Union 30 Nov 2021
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (AP) — If Xiomara Castro’s wide lead in Honduras’ presidential election holds, her leftist government could present challenges, but also opportunities for a Biden administration that has struggled with how to work on the country’s problems while keeping current President Juan Orlando Hernández at arm’s length.
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