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Gambling in the cards for Hainan?


China's plans to further open its economy, including the latest measure to build Hainan island into an international free-trade zone, reaffirmed the country's commitment to market liberalization and its role as a key driver of global growth, experts said.

Tropical province has global appeal


Figures speak for the tremendous growth of tourism in Hainan, the country's youngest province, which celebrated its 30th birthday on Friday.

On province's birthday, poverty reduction captures the spotlight


Hainan province is taking a series of steps to help eradicate poverty by 2020, in line with the central government's poverty reduction plan.

This Day, That Year


On April 13, 1988, the National People's Congress, the country's top legislature, gave Hainan island provincial status and announced it had been designated a special economic zone.

Austria president attends unveiling of Sino-Austrian hospital


A hospital jointly funded by Hainan Airlines Group and Austria's Vamed health care company was unveiled April 10 in Hainan, to enhance the province's medical infrastructure and promote the construction of Hainan International Tourism Island.

Micro film contest screens works in Hainan


A screening event for the third International Micro Film Competition, a part of the annual Golden Rooster and Hundred Flowers Film Festival, was held March 28 in Haikou city, Hainan province.

Hainan aims to open up further


China's southern island province of Hainan will carry out new measures to make itself more open, dynamic and international, Liu Cigui, Party chief of Hainan, has said.

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