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Walking tightropes, rappelling down a four-storey-high rope tunnel, sitting in a dangling basket 58 floors high -- tourists have been steeling their nerves for adrenaline-filled challenges in a new assault course at the top of China's tallest TV tower.
BEIJING (Global Times): On the first working day after the May Day holidays, which generated travel-related spending with year-on-year growth of 138.1 per cent to 113.23 billion yuan (US$17.5 billion), consumers in the world's second largest economy now embraced another shopping feast - the first China International Consumer Products Expo (CICPE).
SCHIERS, Switzerland (Reuters) - As a scientist counts down "3-2-1", five neon-colored orbs are lowered from a helicopter hovering overhead and released. The orbs barrel down the Swiss mountain, toppling beech and spruce trees as they pick up speed.
China’s FDI inflows surge at fastest rate in 13 years during first quarter, surpassing pre-pandemic level
10,263 new foreign-invested companies were established in China during the first three months of the yearData from the Ministry of Commerce comes as China continues to court foreign businesses while the United States is looking to help American companies exit the Chinese market
ANDERMATT, Switzerland (Reuters) - The coronavirus pandemic saw a traditional Swiss annual rite of spring, the burning of the Boeoegg snowman, moved to the remote Devil's Bridge in central Switzerland on Monday to deter crowds, the first time it has taken place outside Zurich.
BEIJING (Global Times): China on Thursday (April 15) opened one of the world's largest trade fairs, the Canton Fair, attracting a record number of products from around the world in another fresh sign of the accelerating economic recovery in China and beyond from the Covid-19 pandemic.
DETROIT: Ford Motor Co yesterday outlined another series of plant shutdowns due to the global semiconductor chip shortage, with five facilities in the United States and one in Turkey affected.
ZURICH (Reuters) - The former chief of logistics for a regional Swiss police force appeared in court on Thursday accused of falsely buying guns and bullets on behalf of his employer and selling them via the darknet.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland is joining nations offering privileges to those conforming with COVID-19 measures, as one region allows fifth- and sixth-grade students to shed masks if their schools have participated in mass testing.