• Around China December 7, 2018

    Majority of water conservation projects to be launched by 2020

    The Ministry of Water Resources on Thursday said that efforts will be made to ensure almost all China's 172 water conservation projects will be launched by 2020.

  • Environment November 27, 2018

    China calls on G20 to discuss climate change

    China called on countries to use the upcoming 2018 G20 Buenos Aires Summit to tackle climate change issues and reaffirm the commitment to the landmark Paris climate accord, according to Xie Zhenhua, China's special representative on climate change affairs.

  • Policy November 26, 2018

    Pilot FTZs get support to innovate

    China will increase support for reform and innovation at its pilot free trade zones with measures unveiled on Nov. 23 to improve the investment environment and trade facilitation.

  • Economy November 22, 2018

    Entrepreneurs bullish on private sector

    Top entrepreneurs from China are bullish on the future of private businesses with the country's reform and opening-up, and said they will further boost innovation to enhance economic growth.

  • Economy November 19, 2018

    Antitrust officials: All firms treated equally

    China's top antitrust authority will continue treating foreign and domestic companies equally, as it is on the way to completing a sweeping institutional reform, senior officials said on Friday.

  • Belt & Road November 16, 2018

    Foreign businesses see Belt and Road as development opportunity

    The Belt and Road Initiative has brought concrete benefits to both Chinese and foreign businesses, said a number of company executives.

  • Economy November 15, 2018

    China's investment, industrial output growth quickens, consumption growth slows

    China's fixed-asset investment and industrial production both rose at a faster pace in October, but consumption increase slowed, data showed Wednesday.

  • Policy November 14, 2018

    Regulation of patent agents to improve services

    Patent agents will be ordered to cease doing business and pay fines if it's found that they are working without a license, under a newly revised regulation.

  • Economy November 12, 2018

    Business environment will be refined

    China will continue to refine its business environment with more measures to be rolled out to cut red tape and facilitate investment, government officials said on Nov. 9.

  • Policy November 5, 2018

    Regulation issued to manage boundaries

    The State Council, China's Cabinet, released a regulation on the management of administrative divisions on Nov. 1.

  • Around China November 2, 2018

    In switch to greener mode, Guangxi sees prosperity

    The Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region has switched its development mode from resource-consuming to environmentally friendly, according to a senior official.

  • Economy October 31, 2018

    Lenders urged to support smaller businesses

    Regulatory authorities have urged banking and insurance institutions to proactively come out with more steps to provide increased financial support for private companies, especially small and micro enterprises.

  • Economy October 29, 2018

    PBOC policy to continue prudent path

    The central bank will continue to adopt macro-prudential measures to stabilize expectations in the foreign exchange market and keep the yuan at a reasonable, equilibrium level, a deputy governor said on Oct 26.

  • Sci-Tech October 25, 2018

    Geospatial forum to help with technology innovation

    The first United Nations World Geospatial Information Congress will be held in Deqing, Zhejiang province, from Nov. 19 to 21, the Ministry of Natural Resources said on Wednesday.

  • Economy October 24, 2018

    Manufacturing sector investment up 8.7 percent

    China's investment in manufacturing grew 8.7 percent year-on-year in the first three quarters of 2018, signaling that corporate expectations for the future of the economy are improving despite mounting global trade uncertainties.

  • Economy October 23, 2018

    China says slow auto sales growth to continue as 'new normal'

    A senior official said Tuesday that China's auto sales and production would enter a period of slow growth.

  • Economy October 20, 2018

    China's economy holds steady against headwinds

    China's economy held up well over the past few quarters as strong consumption and steady industrial shift fended off external headwinds, with the stability expected to extend throughout the rest of the year.

  • Around China October 18, 2018

    Fishing to be banned on Yangtze River and tributaries by 2020

    The State Council, China's Cabinet, has issued a guideline to strengthen the protection of aquatic organisms in the Yangtze River that includes a year-round ban on all fishing in the river by 2020.

  • Around China October 17, 2018

    Hainan trade zone will boost opening-up

    China released on Tuesday a plan to build Hainan into a pilot free trade zone-including substantial relaxation of market access for foreign companies and upgrading of trade facilitation-to create a gateway for opening up toward the Pacific and the Indian oceans.

  • Society October 17, 2018

    China publicizes stories of poverty alleviation among disabled

    China introduced on Tuesday four outstanding disabled people and representatives who have aided the disabled to promote their work in poverty alleviation.

  • Society October 16, 2018

    China honors five outstanding workers

    China introduced five outstanding workers at a press conference Monday as part of its efforts to promote hard work and craftsmanship in the country.

  • Economy October 15, 2018

    China's central SOEs continue rapid revenue growth

    China's central state firms continued to see strong revenue growth in the first three quarters of the year, official data showed Monday.

  • Economy October 12, 2018

    China's foreign trade up 9.9 pct. in first nine months

    China's goods trade rose 9.9 percent year on year to 22.28 trillion yuan (about US$3.23 trillion) in the first nine months of the year.

  • SCIO News September 29, 2018

    New site for news conferences opens

    Starting from Sept. 29, news conferences organized by the Publicity Department of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and the State Council Information Office of China will take place at a brand-new hall located along Chang'an Avenue.

  • International Cooperation September 29, 2018

    SCIO briefing on World Internet Conference

    A press conference was held Friday afternoon to introduce the overall situation and preparatory work for the Fifth World Internet Conference.

  • International Cooperation September 28, 2018

    China to hold 5th World Internet Conference in November

    China will hold the fifth World Internet Conference (WIC) this November in the river town of Wuzhen, eastern China's Zhejiang Province, said an official Friday.

  • White Paper September 25, 2018

    SCIO briefing on facts and China's position on China-US trade friction

    The State Council Information Office of China held a briefing on Tuesday on a newly released White Paper on the Facts and China's Position on China-US Trade Friction.

  • Society September 21, 2018

    Harvest festival helps boost farmers' pride

    The newly created harvest festival, which unfolds on Sunday, will help boost Chinese farmers' pride in their craft by honoring some 700 million people engaged in the agricultural sector, grassroots officials said on Thursday.

  • Economy September 15, 2018

    Growth indicators for August improve

    The State Council Information Office of China (SCIO) held a press conference on national economic performance in August on Friday.

  • Sci-Tech September 10, 2018

    Chinese more scientifically literate, new survey finds

    About 8.5 percent of China's total population is scientifically literate in 2018, a 2.3 percentage point increase compared to 2015, officials said on Thursday.

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