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  • China's economic growth slowed further in the latest quarter but appeared strong enough to satisfy Chinese leaders who are trying to put the country on a more sustainable path without politically dangerous job losses.
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china, economy, business
  • Long March 3B rocket carrying the Change-3 lunar probe blasts off from the launch pad at Xichang Satellite Launch Center
  • China launched its first rover mission to the moon Monday, sending a robotic craft named Jade Rabbit to trundle across the lunar landscape, examine its geology and beam images back to Earth.
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china, space, national/world
  • U.S. dairy exports are on pace to have a fourth consecutive record-setting year.
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ag report, dairy, china, middle east, africa, ag watch
  • Demand for California nuts continues to grow around the world.
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ag report, nut, almonds, walnuts, pistachio, china, ag watch
  • A number of Valley business leaders accompanied Governor Brown during his recent trade tour to China. China can't seem to get enough of the foods grown and produced in the Valley.
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ag report, china, pistachio, grape - raisin, ag watch, dale yurong
  • The move comes after Chinese officials say six shipments bound for China contained a quarantined disease not found in that country. Fruit already on its way will be evaluated to see if it can enter the Chinese market.
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ag report, citrus, china, ag watch
  • South Korean chief negotiator Choi Kyong-lim, center, his Japanese counterpart Koji Tsuruoka, right, and Chinese counterpart Yu Jianhua, left, hold hands each other at a photo call before their talks in Seoul, South Korea
  • China, Japan and South Korea are inching ahead with talks for a free trade zone that would rival the European Union and North America in economic heft.
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china, japan, south korea, business
  • The Almond Board of California worked with Chinese food industry officials to develop the name "Ba Dan Mu". The change started last month, to coincide with the Chinese new year.
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ag report, almonds, china, ag watch
  • An agreement between the two countries allowed China to accept the first pear shipment last week.
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ag report, pear, china, ag watch
  • China's first chocolate-themed park and a special chocolate exhibition opened on Friday in Shanghai.
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china, bizarre
  • Ag officials say one third of the total pecan nut harvest is expected to find its way to China this year.
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ag report, pecan, china, ag watch
  • In this undated file photo provided by supporters of Chen Guangcheng, blind activist Chen Guangcheng sits in a village in China. Assistant Secretary of State Kurt Campbell, who arrived early Sunday, April 29, 2012, in Beijing
  • A top White House aide on Sunday said President Barack Obama wants to strike an "appropriate balance" between advancing human rights and maintaining U.S. relations with China, the first public comments by the administration on its potential involvement in harboring a Chinese activist on the eve of diplomatic talks between the two world powers.
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china, national/world
  • Some scary moments were caught on surveillance camera in China, involving a toddler caught up in traffic.
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caught on tape, china, bizarre
  • A hospital in southwestern China says conjoined twin girls with a single body and two heads have been born at its facility.
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china, bizarre
  • Action News visited a Valley church to see how Korean-Americans were affected by last weeks attack.
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north korea, south korea, fresno county, fresno northwest, china, russia, local, john-thomas kobos
  • The United States and South Korea began joint war games Sunday, as South Koreans demanded vengeance over a deadly North Korean artillery bombardment that has raised fears of more clashes between the bitter rivals.
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south korea, north korea, china, nuclear, national/world
  • Think your morning commute is a drag? Try being stuck in traffic for nine days!
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china, bizarre
  • China has overtaken the United States as the world's largest energy consumer, the International Energy Agency said Tuesday. China immediately questioned the report, claiming its calculations were "unreliable."
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china, energy, business
  • Rescue workers search for survivors at the site of a collapsed building in Yushu county in western Chinas Qinghai province.
  • Soldiers and civilians used shovels and their bare hands to dig through collapsed buildings in search of survivors after strong earthquakes struck a mountainous Tibetan region of China on Wednesday, killing at least 589 people and injuring more than 10,000.
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earthquake, china, national/world