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The second phase of the United Nations" negotiations over the world's new biodiversity conservation goals through 2030, known as COP 15, has been relocated from the Chinese city of Kunming to Montreal, Canada according to the Ministry of Ecology and Environment. The meeting is scheduled for Dec 5 to 17. The decision was reached following joint consultation between the Chinese and Canadian governments and secretariat of the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity, a media release from the ministry said on Tuesday. Montreal is where the secretariat is based. With the COVID-19 pandemic control situations home and abroad fully considered,

US-based tech giant Amazon.com Inc said on Thursday it has stopped supplying retailers in China with its Kindle e-readers starting today and will discontinue its Kindle e-bookstore in the Chinese market on June 30, 2023. The company said in a statement on its official WeChat account Chinese customers are able to continue downloading any purchased e-books until June 30, 2024. "For customers not wanting to keep using their device, we are offering a refund as an option if they purchased an eligible Kindle after Jan 1, 2022." In addition, customers will be unable to download the Kindle app from Chinese

China is willing to join hands with the European Union to deepen win-win cooperation, which will benefit not only the two sides but the world, in terms of economic recovery from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, Chinese government officials and experts said on Thursday. Gao Feng, spokesman of China"s Ministry of Commerce, told media in an online briefing that China and the EU share extensive common interests and a solid foundation for cooperation, with strong economic and trade complementarity. "China is happy to work with the EU to jointly ensure the stability of the industrial and supply chains," and