Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Tuesday that the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC) will never stop reforms and opening-up, and as always, China will stick to the path of peaceful development despite its growing economic might.
Leaders of BRICS countries will consider establishing a development bank and foreign exchange reserve pool at its fifth summit, a Chinese Foreign Ministry official said Wednesday.
China's stock market has been among the weakest part of the nation's economic rise, and the securities regulator is among the most thorny ministerial posts in the country's bureaucratic system.
China's nearshore seawater pollution is still severe and its seawater quality degraded in 2012, according to data revealed on Wednesday by the country's State Oceanic Administration (SOA).
Chinese President Xi Jinping said Tuesday that cooperation among BRICS countries is conducive to a more balanced world economy and the improvement of global economic governance.
Beijing plans to build a new airport in its southern suburbs in Daxing District, which borders Hebei Province, according to a press briefing on Tuesday.
Hong Kong's overall Gross Domestic Product (GDP) increased by 2.5 percent in real terms in the fourth quarter of 2012 over a year earlier, compared with the 1.4 percent increase in the third quarter of 2012, the city's Census and Statistics Department announced Tuesday.
Amid growing public concern about inflation, Chinese entrepreneurs and bankers are more confident in the country's economic outlook, the latest reports from the central bank revealed Tuesday.
Report on the implementation of central and local budgets in 2012 and on draft central and local budgets for 2013.
Report on the implementation of the 2012 plan for national economic and social development and on the 2013 draft plan for national economic and social development.
This is China's new economic team. Observers say the new leaders showcase a wide range of expertise as well as willingness for reform.
A research report released on Tuesday warned of growing pressure on essential resources in a densely populated area in north China.