China's manufacturing activity continued to contract for the third consecutive month in September.
Growth in outstanding yuan-denominated foreign exchange funds is becoming a problem for monetary authorities in their attempts to create policies.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) lowered its estimate for China's growth for this year and the next.
The State Council, or China's cabinet, announced on Sept 21 the adjustment of China's resource tax rate for crude oil and natural gas.
The transnational merger and acquisition (M&A) cases that China accepts and handles are expected to exceed 200 in 2011, rising from 117 in 2010.
China on Sept 21 said its economic relations with Latin America boosted the region's economic and social development.
China on Sept 21 defended its anti-dumping and countervailing measures on imports of US poultry products, saying the policies are legal and in line with World Trade Organization (WTO) rules.
The 7th Pan-Pearl River Delta (PPRD) Regional Cooperation and Development Forum, China's largest regional cooperation platform which covers a geographical area that produces around one-third of the country's GDP, opened Sept 21 in Nanchang, capital of East China's Jiangxi province.
He Guoqiang asked the nation's centrally administered State-owned enterprises to tighten self-inspections in order to prevent corruption.
China's outbound direct investment (ODI) rebounded in August to grow 33 percent from a year earlier, following a sharp decline in July.
The European debt crisis may lead to increased trade friction and hurt China's exports.
The US ambassador to China wants to increase Chinese investment in the United States and expand American exports.