September 2007 - China Special Weapons News
- China says completed first shipment of fuel oil to N. Korea RIA Novosti 18 Sep 2007 -- China has completed the first fuel oil shipment to North Korea as part of a package of economic incentives in exchange for Pyongyang's denuclearization, a Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said Tuesday.
- Beijing Condemns Taiwan's UN Membership Rally VOA 17 Sep 2007 -- China has condemned Monday a large rally organized by Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian
- China to Keep Close Eye on Taiwan's UN Referendum Plans VOA 16 Sep 2007 -- China says it will closely monitor developments in Taiwan following a government-organized rally supporting Taiwan's efforts to re-enter the United Nations.
- Second unit of Tianwan NPP comes on stream RIA Novosti 12 Sep 2007 -- Atomstroyexport has put the second power unit of the Tianwan nuclear power plant (NPP) in China into commercial operation, the head of the nuclear equipment export monopoly said Wednesday.
- Bush, Hu Discuss Contentious Issues During APEC Meeting VOA 06 Sep 2007 -- U.S. President George W. Bush and Chinese President Hu Jintao discussed many contentious issues Thursday, including climate change and the safety of Chinese products sold in the United States
- China denies hacking Pentagon computers RIA Novosti 04 Sep 2007 -- The Chinese government has officially denied U.S. accusations that it hacked the Pentagon's computer systems in June, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said Tuesday.
- China to Declare Defense Spending, Arms Sales to UN VOA 03 Sep 2007 -- The Chinese government says it will declare its annual defense spending and arms sales to the United Nations to ease concerns about transparency in its military build-up.
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