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Global Times Newspaper
Our Client Website: http://www.globaltimes.cn China changes every day. Sleepy villages transform into bustling suburbs, young hopefuls shoot to stardom online, and factories sprawl across former farmland while the farmers themselves face an uncertain future. As millions prosper, others find themselves stranded for the moment by the shifting tides of change.
The shock and thrill of the new is everywhere: new ideas, new brands, new stars, new words. Every hour sees a story break somewhere in this vast nation, whether from a corporate headquarters in Beijing or a mountain hamlet in Yunnan.
Founded in April 2009, the paper is one of the most dynamic players among Chinese media, and has rapidly become the major English newspaper in the nation.
The Chinese public is not satisfied with old orthodoxies and stale stories, and neither is the Global Times. It provides in-depth coverage of controversial stories, from child AIDS victims to urban renewal, forced demolition and the fight against corruption. Its opinion pages feature heated debate over tough issues such as China’s use of the death penalty, the challenges of forming a new international order, and the nation’s growing wealth gap.
The Global Times is distributed nationwide from Monday to Saturday. The postal distribution code of the National Edition (32 pages) is 1-181. Retailing at 1.5 Yuan per copy, two subscription options are available at 36.5yuan per month or 438 Yuan per year.
The Beijing/Shanghai Edition has 40 pages (National Edition plus 8 pages of Metro Beijing/Shanghai) and the postal distribution code is 1-176. The retail price is 2 Yuan per copy with subscription prices at 39yuan per month and 468 Yuan per year.
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Some statistics on China:
The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in China expanded 9.50 percent in the second quarter of 2011 over the same quarter last year. From 1989 until 2010, China’s average quarterly GDP Growth was 9.31 percent reaching an historical high of 14.20 percent in December of 1992 and a record low of 3.80 percent in December of 1990. China’s economy is the second largest in the world after that of the United States. During the past 30 years China’s economy has changed from a centrally planned system that was largely closed to international trade to a more market-oriented that has a rapidly growing private sector. A major component supporting China’s rapid economic growth has been exports growth.
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