Despite the challenges of unilateralism and protectionism to economic globalization, China is becoming more firmly integrated into the global economy and will promote the strategy of innovation and development.
Positive economic data shows great resilience with a continuous improvement in the competitiveness of Chinese enterprises.
China is continuing to prove itself to be an attractive destination for international investment in the face of a global slowdown in capital flows.
The trend of high-quality development of China's foreign trade will continue despite an uncertain external environment.
By increasing the number of pilot free trade zones, Beijing is showing its determination to carry out further reform and open up the country's markets to the world. This move will inject more positive energy into economic globalization.
China's white paper on national defense makes it clear that the country's national defense in the new era will never seek hegemony, expansion or spheres of influence, but will contribute to maintaining world peace.
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.
Seeking goodwill with its neighbors and harmony with all nations is the Chinese way of engaging with the world. We should let the drive for shared prosperity rule, so that we can live in a world full of diversity, integrity, harmony, and unity.
A video of an editorial broadcast on Monday's CCTV prime-time news program has gone viral in China, with netizens showing their support for its strong backing of China's government in response to American pressure in the trade war.
As the Belt and Road Initiative targets high-quality development, it's expected to continue to bridge infrastructure and connectivity gaps in its participating countries and drive economic growth.
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.
As China celebrates the 70th anniversary of the founding of its navy, President Xi spoke with a foreign delegation about the importance of ensuring that all countries can enjoy the benefits of maritime development and prosperity.
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.
Transsion, a Shenzhen-based mobile phone maker that many Chinese people haven’t heard of, is extremely successful in Africa because of its ability to cater to the need of local customers.
The latest figures from China's statistics bureau and the IMF show that the country remains a major engine for global growth in a time of uncertainty.
The inclusion of China's renminbi-denominated bonds in the Bloomberg Barclays Global Aggregate Index will facilitate the diversification of global assets and inject new momentum into global growth.
Looking back at the changes that China has experienced during the past 40 years of reform and opening up, most people here would tell you that these changes have taken place at a pace unseen anywhere else in the world.
New policies announced by the government in recent weeks will help to ensure that China continues to be an attractive marketplace for the world's high tech sector.