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Sure, China's economy is slowing, but not all at the same time, and it doesn't necessarily mean anything bad.
China's rapidly aging population is set to dramatically shrink its workforce and effectively pass the baton to India as the world's manufacturing hub
President Xi Jinping told business executives on the sideline of the BFA on Monday that business environment in China is "fair".
PBOC governor Zhou Xiaochuan told today's conference during the national legislative session that China should be on "high alert" on inflation
A series of disappointing economic data released recently has led Bloomberg and Zero Hedge to predict “the weakest start since 2009” for China.
Wang Yi, a participant in drafting premier Wen’s last government work report, suggested the government charge environmental protection taxes
Wen admitted the government’s incompetence in addressing concerns such as environmental problems, food safety and the rising housing prices, placing hopes on the next government for seeking better solutions
Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Fu Ying said that there have been increasingly louder voices about fighting against corruption and “shutting power in the cage” has become a common understanding among Chinese.
The bond default, if it comes true, could mark the first default of publicly traded debt since the central bank began regulating the market in the late 1990s.
Constructions of many commercial buildings in Xinagluowan Business District, Tianjin Binhai New Area, have reportedly suspended
Nearly 10,000 tonnes of cadmium-contaminated rice may have been sold in Guangdong Province since 2009
Yum said more than 1,000 small producers used by the company's suppliers have been eliminated from its network.
Chen Yuan, at 68, will remain Chairman at the China Development Bank Chairman;Li Ruogu, the 62-year-old chairman of Export-Import Bank of China (Exim Bank), is also set to retain his post.
The People's Bank of China has drained 20 billion yuan (3.21 billion U.S. dollars) from the money markets via bond repurchase agreements on Thursday
Sina Weibo made USD 66 million, or 13% of the total revenues, in 2012.
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