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.
A draft Foreign Investment Law, which has a good chance of being passed by lawmakers currently meeting in Beijing, would guarantee equal treatment to foreign-owned enterprises in China, and in turn strengthen both the domestic and international economies.
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.
As the government introduces additional measures to improve China's business environment, the market is expected to be increasingly appealing to foreign investors.
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.
As a platform for democratic consultation, the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) has been, and will continue to, play a key role in generating contributions from both home and abroad for the rejuvenation of the Chinese nation.
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 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.
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.