New bridge opens to boost transport in China's Bay Area

South China's Guangdong Province on Tuesday opened a new bridge across the Pearl River estuary, the latest major transport project in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.

CPC stresses enhancing Party building in central, state organs

The General Office of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee has issued a circular stressing efforts to enhance Party building in central and state organs.

Premier Li announces supporting rules for foreign investment law

China has started to formulate matching regulations and rules to support the implementation of the newly-adopted foreign investment law, Premier Li Keqiang said Thursday.

World's largest underground water recycling system

A Membrane Bio-Reactor (MBR) water recycling factory is located under a piece of artificial wetland! The world's largest underground water recycling factory is located in Fengtai District of Beijing. 

World Bank loans to finance elderly care in Guizhou

The World Bank has approved a 350-million-U.S.-dollar loan to support elderly care in China's southwestern Guizhou Province.

China vows deeper VAT reform to boost economic vitality

China will implement a slew of measures to cut the value-added tax (VAT) rates, making sure that tax burdens on all industries will only go down, not up, according to the State Council's executive meeting.

China to add more anti-cancer drugs for medical insurance coverage

China is considering adding more anti-cancer drugs to its list of medicines eligible for medical insurance reimbursement, in an effort to reduce the burden on patients.

Asia's biggest dredging vessel goes into service

The biggest and most advanced dredging vessel in Asia set sail from east China's Lianyungang Port on Tuesday for its first mission.

China steel mill makes world's largest seamless forging piece

A Chinese steel mill on Tuesday rolled off the world's largest seamless ring forging piece, which was developed especially as the key part of a nuclear power unit.

First China-made polar cruise ship tests water

The first China-made cruise ship for polar expeditions tested the water on Tuesday in Haimen, east China's Jiangsu Province.

China afforestation highest in the world: Director

Remarkable achievements have been seen in China's land greening, especially in recent years, according to Director Zhang Jianlong of the National Forestry and Grassland Administration. 

China improves judicial services for foreign businesses

Chinese courts concluded 15,000 foreign-related civil and commercial cases of first instance in 2018, a work report of the Supreme People's Court (SPC) said Tuesday.

China makes sound progress in protecting Yangtze River

Sound progress has been made in tackling water pollution along the Yangtze River, China's longest river, said the country's Ecology and Environment Ministry.

China to build industrial Internet standard system by 2020

China will establish a standard system for the industrial Internet by 2020, according to a guideline jointly released by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and the Standardization Administration.

China to focus on making the country innovative

China has vowed to speed up its pace in making the country more innovative. Minister of Science and Technology, Wang Zhigang, addressed a press conference and took questions on the sidelines of the annual legislative session in Beijing.

China renews evaluation methods for SOE leaders

China has renewed the performance appraisal methods for leaders of the country's state-owned enterprises (SOEs), said the state assets supervising authority.

China's foreign trade picks up growth momentum: official

The growth in China's foreign trade of goods rebounded strongly after the week-long Spring Festival, a senior customs official told Xinhua Saturday.

Political advisor calls for ecology observation on Qinghai-Tibet Plateau

A national political advisor Saturday called on authorities to improve the ecology and environment observation system of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau.

China to legislate on Antarctic operation and protection: official

China will make a domestic law on Antarctic operation and environment protection in line with the Antarctic Treaty's principles and requirements, said an official with the country's national legislature Saturday.

China to expand opening-up in tourism, services in Hainan FTZ

China will expand opening-up in fields such as international shipping, tourism and professional services in Hainan as the southern Chinese island is building a pilot free trade zone (FTZ).

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