China is set to open the world's highest and longest suspension bridge in the Grand Canyon of Zhangjiajie, connecting two cliffs. The project cost approximately $39 million.
After surging through the $5,000 level last week for the first time, bitcoin seems to have left behind a summer of uncertainty. But can the virtual currency sustain its record run amid increasing government regulation?
Germany's Siemens and France's Alstom may be on the verge of merging their rail businesses, media reports suggest. It would come at a time when they are facing growing competition from China's state-backed rival CRRC.
Chinese authorities say they have detected a magnitude 3.4 earthquake in North Korea, describing it as a "suspected explosion." South Korea, however, says the tremor was a natural event.
China is angry at Standard and Poor's (S&P) following a downgrade of its creditworthiness by the ratings agency over concerns about the country's rising debt. S&P underestimated China's financial strength, Beijing said.
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