China's newly launched market for homegrown tech companies is expected to boost the reform of its capital market and as well as the country’s high-quality development.
The shortening of the negative lists of sectors in which foreign involvement is restricted will help China boost high-quality growth and create a better business climate for foreign investors.
China’s invited scientists from all countries to take part in its upcoming lunar and deep space exploration, demonstrating its willingness to share its knowledge about our universe with all of humanity.
China achieved a better-than-expected economic performance in the first quarter of the year, laying a stable foundation for the country to meet its growth target in 2019.
China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi has expounded on the country's foreign policy, making it clear that a just cause should be pursued for the common good.
China's government is preparing to introduce a bigger-than-anticipated package of economic stimulus measures that look set to keep the country's economy in good shape for the years ahead.
Will China be able to maintain steady economic growth this year? The answer is loud and clear in the targets Premier Li Keqiang announces for 2019.
Official figures show that the government met the goals it set for itself in last year’s government work report. The year ahead will have its challenges, but China’s strong economic performance in 2018 is a source of confidence.
The fourth industrial revolution and technological innovation offers the world tremendous opportunity. China is willing and eager to work with others to ensure that all countries have an equal opportunity to prosper.
By looking at China's development from a broad historical, cultural and philosophical perspective, its actions and future directions can be better understood.
The tax cuts for small and micro enterprises in China will help to stimulate the economy and support job market growth.
China's anti-corruption has achieved positive results, but the fight isn't over.
China is determined to further deepen its reform and opening up, and won't slide backwards into seclusion.
The past four decades of reform and opening up in China gives rise to optimism. Just as we can be sure that the sun will rise tomorrow, we can be certain that China’s people are ready for whatever challenges ahead.
The bottom line is that China's government is seeking to make the most of the opportunities presented by the development of its pilot free trade zones.
The trade war between China and the United States has come to a turning point. This week, the Office of the US Trade Representative (USTR) is holding public hearings to consider imposing an additional 10 percent duty on approximately 200 billion dollars' worth of Chinese goods.
China will also continue to improve the economy by expanding the market access via the negative list. This policy has been long in the making, and is an important economic reform.