France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde, a leading candidate for the top job at the IMF, said she was "very satisfied" after meeting senior Chinese officials.
Lagarde backs more say for China at IMF
American cyber-security experts failed to provide sufficient evidence when accusing Chinese cyber spies of trying to break into computers belonging to China specialists and defense contractors in the United States, a Chinese cyber expert told Xinhua on Thursday.
Beijing and Pyongyang have reached a consensus to jointly develop two economic zones in the peninsula state, said a government press release on Thursday.
Chinese tourists can now drive to DPRK
The top candidate to run the International Monetary Fund, French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde, said she backed a bigger say for China at the Fund while making clear that the euro zone crisis would be a priority if she wins the job.
A tour motorcade departed from Changchun city, Northeast China's Jilin province Thursday, headed to the border city of Rason, Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), becoming the first tourists from China to drive across the border into the DPRK, China News Service reported Thursday.
China pledged on Wednesday to enhance security cooperation with other members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) to deal with regional security threats and the possible resurgence of terrorist attacks.
Premier Wen Jiabao and former Japanese prime minister Taro Aso on Wednesday jointly launched the "Japanese Film and TV Week" at the National Museum of China, to promote cultural exchanges between young people from the two countries.