New China News Agency


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New China News Agency

 

(Chinese Hsinhua, “New China”), the information agency of the Chinese People’s Republic; located in Peking. The New China News Agency was founded in 1938 in the city of Yenan as the information agency of the Chinese Communist Party. After the proclamation of the Chinese People’s Republic in 1949, it became the state information agency.

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Two thousand more people were found dead and as many as 18,000 were believed buried under debris in the area surrounding the city of Mianyang, near Chengdu in Sichuan province, the official New China News Agency reported.
The official New China News Agency said China secured the $311 million contract in 2004 in a bidding process in which 21 other companies took part.