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China-drafted standard approved by IEEE NesCom


A guideline for detection and verification based on inverter power supply connecting to the grid was established as a standard-setting project by the New Standards Committee (NesCom) of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) on Sept 10.

[SOEs in the B&R projects] CSCEC-built exhibition complex project progressing well


Shenzhen International Convention and Exhibition Center that is currently being built will have a floorage of 1.58 million sq m.

[SOEs in the B&R projects] Sinochem Quanzhou Petrochemical develops new path to sustainable growth


Quanzhou in South China’s Fujian province, the starting point of the Maritime Silk Road in ancient China, is now a pilot area of the 21st-century Maritime Silk Road.

Giles Taylor joins Chinese car maker FAW


FAW Corporation announced the appointment of Giles Taylor as its Global Vice President of Design and Chief Creative Officer (CCO) on Sept 7.

China-built project to benefit 70,000 people in Sri Lanka


More than 70,000 people will benefit from a China-built water supply and sewerage project in Sri Lanka’s Kurunegala, where people suffer from water pollution, lack of clean water and chronic kidney disease.

Dongfang-led consortium bags order in Egypt


A Chinese consortium consisting of two power generation equipment makers -- Dongfang Electric Corp and Shanghai Electric Group – have won the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) contract for a coal-fired power plant in Egypt.

[SOEs in the B&R projects] CRCC-built collection center helps boost Belt and Road construction


More than 2,000 years ago, merchants of different nations crossed the desert by camel and rested in important hubs along the Silk Road.

China-backed first cross-sea bridge in Maldives opens


The first modern cross-sea bridge in Maldives, built by a Chinese company, was put into operation on August 30.

CNMC backs digital upgrading of mining industry in Zambia


The project, located at Zambia’s Chambishi copper mine area, has investment of up to $830 million.

[SOEs in the B&R projects] CIMC backs logistics service for Belt and Road Initiative


The base, founded in East China in 1990, has become one of the largest producers of special containers and logistics equipment.

MCC, once in serious debt, reborn


China Metallurgical Group Corp, or MCC, China's major iron and steel construction enterprise, has been revitalized from a low ebb after removing redundant and unprofitable branches.

SGCC maintains power when strong typhoon strikes eastern China


Typhoon Rumbia hit Shanghai on Aug 17 with speeds up to 23 meters per second. Most of East China was stricken by storms and big winds.

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