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THE Saudi Arabia Pavilion, one of the most popular attractions at the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai, will reopen to the public as early as next month.

The redesign of the 57,000-square-meter space including the pavilion...
THE Expo Village, where foreign staff from participating countries stayed, will be turned into an "international community" within five years, local authorities said yesterday.

According to Hong Hao, director of...
PHASE 1 of Shanghai Disneyland will cost a total of 24.5 billion yuan (US.73 billion), Shanghai Mayor Han Zheng said in Beijing yesterday."I have read some media reports about the Disneyland investment, but they were incorrect," said Han, who was attending the ongoing annual parliamentary session in Beijing."I thereby clarify the figure seriously. The approved investment for the first phase of th
SHANGHAI had around 23 million residents last year, a population expert said last night, although the results of November's census won't be officially announced until next month.

The 23 million included around 9 million migrants, said Ding Jinhong, director of East China Normal University's School of Social Development.

Since the previous census in 2005, the city's population has grown by s
SHANGHAI broadband users will get compensation if their Internet is found to be slower than an industry standard during an online speed test, the Shanghai branch of China Telecom said yesterday.

An industry report released last week claimed that the city had the slowest Internet on the Chinese mainland.

Shanghai Telecom said that its more than 3.92 million broadband users can test their Int
A NEW central business district will be created in Houtan on the former World Expo site in the Pudong New Area within five years, government officials said yesterday.

The 1-square-kilometer area, which already has good transport links as a legacy of the Expo, will become "a new Lujiazui" - Shanghai's existing financial hub in Pudong - with towers covering a 1.9-square-kilometer floor area.

SHANGHAI Municipal Government and China's Ministry of Commerce signed an agreement yesterday to build a new exhibition hub in Hongqiao area as part of the city's plan to become the world's leading international trading center.

The project will take up an area of 1.04 square kilometers, consisting of exhibition halls, logistics facilities and other amenities. Shanghai Expo Group and the governm
GRADE A office rentals are expected to climb by as much as 15 percent this year in Shanghai, with the Puxi area continuing to outperform Pudong, a major international real estate services firm predicted yesterday.

Office rents in Puxi may rise 15 percent over the next 12 months while they will likely gain 10 to 15 percent on the other side of the Huangpu River, according to Jones Lang LaSalle'




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