The country will try to increase the number of middle-income earners in the year ahead.
Low-carbon concept counts in progress
Chinese government's resolve and endeavor to actively respond to the global issue was once again evident.
Lighting without polluting
China has decided to phase out and completely ban incandescent light bulbs before 2016.
Stable, sustainable growth
The message from the Central Economic Work Conference, was maintaining stable growth will be China's macro-economic policy for next year.
Integrating financial Asia
Region should improve policy consultation and strengthen regulatory capabilities to promote an economic community.
Building on the past
After decades of modernization, Beijing is starting to pay more attention to protecting its cultural heritage.
Exchange rate opportunity
China should not overreact to the recent decline of the yuan, as unnecessary interventions will hinder its internationalization.
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Durban ends with a whimper as expected
They agreed to disagree. That in essence is what diplomats from 194 countries finally came up with at the Durban climate change conference.
So, nice and easy does it
Slower pace, demand-stimulating policies and efficient use of resources needed to promote balanced growth in coming years.
Green way to go
Unfortunately China, which was once known as the "kingdom of bicycles", has become one of the most hostile places for cyclists.
London unlikely to become next RMB hub
London's hopes of soon becoming a center for the offshore use of the yuan have been impeded by the findings of a Bank.