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BEIJING Women's Budda Baker Jersey , Jan. 8 (Xinhua) -- The revenue of China's online gaming sector kept growing by around 30 percent annually in the past eight years Women's Haason Reddick Jersey , according to data revealed by the Ministry of Culture on Friday.

Games produced in China accounted for more than 70 percent of the 133.1 billion yuan (about 20 billion U.S. dollars) generated by the sector in 2015 Women's Christian Kirk Jersey , according to the ministry.

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CHICAGO, Jan. 25 (Xinhua) -- Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) grains futures settled mixed on Wednesday with soybean futures falling to one and half weeks low on an improved South American crop weather outlook while corn edged higher on export demand.

The most active corn contract for March delivery rose 3 cents, or 0.83 percent, to 3.6625 dollars per bushel. March wheat delivery fell 2.25 cents, or 0.53 percent, to 4.245 dollars per bushel. March soybeans dropped 3.25 cents, or 0.31 percent, to 10.5525 dollars per bushel.

Argentina's soy belt is recovering from flooding this month. Conditions have been dry this week, but some forecasts called for rains to return in February. The country is the No. 3 global soy producer and the world's top exporter of soyoil and soymeal.

CBOT soyoil futures fell on news that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency would delay 30 regulations, including implementation of 2017 biofuels requirements announced in November.

Soyoil is the primary U.S. feedstock for biodiesel fuel, and the delay heightened uncertainty about the prospects for the federal biofuels mandate.

Corn futures ended higher as traders exited long soybean or short corn spreads, and amid demand from exporters and producers of ethanol fuel.

The U.S. Energy Information Administration reported weekly output of corn-based ethanol at 1.05 million barrels per day, down slightly from the prior week's record-high level. Ethanol stockpiles rose.

CBOT floor brokers report that funds have sold 4,500 contracts of soybeans, and 2,000 contracts of wheat, while securing 3,000 contracts of corn.

In the outside markets, the Brent crude oil market is 0.54 dollar per barrel lower, the U.S. dollar is lower, and the Dow Jones Industrials are 161 points higher at 20,073.

Jason Roose, U.S. Commodities analyst, says that a number of slightly friendly fundamentals supported corn's higher move.

""Slow farmer selling, the flash export sale of corn to Mexico and a potential reduction in Argentina corn crop are giving the corn a short covering bounce today,"" Roose said. Enditem


By John Kwoba

NAIROBI, May 8 (Xinhua) -- Olympic marathon bronze medalist Wilson Kipsang and world marathon record holder Dennis Kimetto have ruled themselves out of contention for a slot in the Kenya team to the Rio Olympics games in August.

Poor form and injury has followed Kimetto, ever since he claimed the world record in Berlin in 2014 clocking a shin breaking 2:02.57 while Kipsang, believes he stands little chance to win the elusive gold medal, the only collection missing in his illustrious marathon career.

"I was in Beijing and it was hot and humid. I did not finish the race and I believe that similar conditions will be in Rio so it is important that somebody else gets that chance to compete in the race," said Kimetto in Nairobi on Sunday.

The two, who share a manager Gerard van de Veen, will instead focus on other races in the September.

Their manager confirmed that the two runners were apprehensive about the anticipated hot and humid conditions on offer in Rio de Janeiro.

Kipsang and Kimetto both competed in similar conditions at the World Championships in Beijing last summer where they both failed to finish.

Their withdrawal, however, does not weaken the strength of the Kenyan team. With stars like London Marathon champion Eliud Kipchoge and New York Marathon winner Stanley Biwott ready to fill up the void, the men' s marathon team will be strong in Rio.

Athletics Kenya (AK) President Jack Tuwei said they have already selected the team, but have given them up to Tuesday to confirm availability.

"The final team will be named on Tuesday," said Tuwei Sunday in Nairobi.

Alongside Kipchoge and Biwott, Kenya has also selected Wesley Korir, Dickson Chumba and Cyprian Kotut.

"There are no doubt about my intension. I planned to run Rio Olympics and every training I had been geared towards the same," said Kipchoge.

Kipchoge has won six out of the seven marathon races he has contested in. He also has two medals from the Olympics in 5,000m - a bronze (2004 in Athens) and Silver 2008 in Beijing. He missed the 2012 London Olympics due to poor form.

The initial women' s team includes London Marathon winner Jemima Sumgong, world half marathon record-holder Florence Kiplagat, New York Marathon winner Mary Keitany and Amsterdam Marathon winner Joyce Chepkirui.

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