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Why France Is Backing Regime Elongation In Chad

Ameh George Not a few political watchers and pundits have raised concerns over what has been described as the unambiguous posture of France in her backing of the tenure perpetuation in the Republic of Chad, especially under its late erstwhile

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Chinese Cities Embark On Lifestyle To Achieve Carbon Neutrality

Various cities in China are trying to bring about changes in both the development and consumption of goods to lead enterprises and citizens to low-carbon consumption, guide them to consciously and willingly choosing environment-friendly products and services in all aspects

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First China Int’l Consumer Products Expo To Be Held In Hainan

The first China International Consumer Products Expo, or Hainan Expo, is scheduled to be held from May 7 to 10 in Haikou, capital of South China’s Hainan Province. Vast numbers of domestic and international consumer products will be exhibited at

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Digital RMB Coming Soon To Chinese Citizens

A Chinese senior citizen surnamed Liu was recently surprised by the convenience of digital RMB, or e-CNY, during a visit to Bo’ao, south China’s Hainan province. He told People’s Daily that he bumped into a digital RMB promotional activity in

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How India’s Second Wave Became Worst COVID-19 Surge

During the past few weeks, Indian social media has been inundated with SoS messages: hospitals tweeting about dwindling oxygen supplies and physicians watching helplessly as patients perish from preventable deaths. A journalist pleading for but denied a hospital bed took

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Secrets To Tongling’s Prospering Copper Industry

Copper foil is considered a ” neural network” for signal reception of electronic products and power transmission. It is an indispensable new material for the development of new industries. How thin can this material be? In a workshop of an

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China: Half A Million Enterprises In Guangdong Gain Access To Cloud Services

In South China’s Guangdong Province, more and more enterprises are hopping on the fast train of smart manufacturing. As of the end of March, over 15,000 industrial enterprises had started digital transformation through industrial internet, while more than 500,000 had

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Uganda Receives Nigerian Technical Aid Volunteers

Directorate of Technical Aid Corps (DTAC), says the government of Uganda has officially received the Nigerian delegation of Technical Aid Volunteers (TAV), in a grand ceremony. Mr. Mohammed Shehu, Special Assistant to the Director-General (D-G), of DTAC, Dr. Pius Olasunkanmi,

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China Continues To Increase Internet Speed, Quality, Lower Rates

Under a program launched in 2015 that aims to increase broadband speed and lower rates for Internet services, China has built the world’s largest broadband network infrastructure, and ensured the same broadband access and speed in rural areas as those

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Half A Million Enterprises In South China’s Guangdong Gain Access To Cloud Services

In South China’s Guangdong Province, more and more enterprises are hopping on the fast train of smart manufacturing. As of the end of March, over 15,000 industrial enterprises had started digital transformation through industrial internet, while more than 500,000 had

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