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U.S. tobacco sector hit by trade war, e-cigarettes
Hit by waves of tightening policies, fierce competition and the China-U.S. trade war, the traditional tobacco industry in the U.S. is having a tough time.
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07:46, 13-Oct-2019
Tycoon vs academic: Tunisia's presidential battle of the outsiders
When Tunisians vote in a presidential run-off election on Sunday, the choice will be between two sharply different outsiders: Nabil Karoui, a liberal media mogul, and Kais Saied, a conservative academic.
Africa
13:39, 13-Oct-2019
On The Road: How did China get on the path of reform and opening-up?
From a traditional socialist economy to a planned commodity economy - reform was advancing step by step in China.
China
10:47, 14-Oct-2019
China National Film Museum reopens after renovation
After a year and a half of renovation, the Beijing-based China National Film Museum finally reopened on September 29. In celebration of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China, the museum is hosting an exhibition showcasing the development of China's film industry in the last seven decades.
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Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday termed the China-Pakistan relationship as "rock-solid and unbreakable," which can withstand the test of changes in regional and international environments.
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The Trump administration's criticism of China's policy in Xinjiang is unfounded and invasive to China's sovereignty.
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Today's Hong Kong is becoming a site of riots, marked by severe violence against the police, continued paralysis of public facilities and disruptions to everyday life. The turmoil is dealing a heavy blow to the city's pillar sectors. HK residents are at a crossroads: either they denounce violence and restore the rule of law for a rosy future or they yield to violence of the troublemakers whose agenda is to hijack HK for their political gains. It's high time people in HK made a choice.
The secretary for justice of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government stressed on Sunday that the anti-mask regulation will help reduce act of violence and that in devising the new regulation the HKSAR government has given due consideration to human rights guarantees.
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15:22, 13-Oct-2019
Accusations of Hong Kong police using excessive force are without end. This video puts the issues into perspective.
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China-U.S. trade tensions
A bunch of new U.S. tariffs hitting 122 pages of Chinese products have come into effect despite concerns of a global slowdown. The move further rattled businesses and dampened consumer confidence. Meanwhile, almost no sector is spared, touching tech to academia to tourism. CGTN breaks down the new levies and explores the fissures between the world’s two economic titans.
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Rare look into Xinjiang
On China's western frontier, legends shimmer in towns once vital to the ancient Silk Road. From the Taklamakan to the Pamirs, locals tell us stories in a region of unprecedented change. Four thousand kilometers east, a growing number of Uygurs are making their way in Beijing. They are at a crossroads between preserving their heritage and rectifying stereotypes. Follow us to see how Uygurs are faring in their remote hometowns as well as the bustling metropolis.
They are just a small batch of about 8,000 Uygurs living in Beijing, engaged in different professions from law enforcement to information technology. They call themselves "Beijing drifters," like around eight million other non-locals who are pursuing their dreams in the Chinese capital.
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22:51, 02-Oct-2019
His business is doing well as time goes by in the highly competitive market of the bustling metropolis. His sense of responsibility and integrity has won over many of his clients.
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In a contest that reflected Tunisia's shifting post-revolution political landscape, Saied, an independent, scooped 72.5% of the votes according to Emrhold's exit poll, and 76.9% per exit poll conducted by Sigma Consulting – more than 40 points ahead of Karoui.
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10:35, 14-Oct-2019