China will continue to lead the world's economic output in 2011, with its economy projected to grow 9.6 percent year-on-year in 2011, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said in its updated World Economic Outlook on Jan 25.
China has not decided the commercial banks' annual lending limit for 2011 yet, Liu Mingkang, chairman of the country's top banking regulator said in Davos on Jan 26, China Securities Journal reported Thursday.
China imported 164.83 million tons of coal in 2010, up 30.99 percent on the previous year and coal exports declined 15.03 percent for the same period to 19.03 million tons, the Beijing News reported Thursday, citing data from the nation’s top economic planner.
Three commercial banks in Beijing have abolished the 15 percent interest rate discount on first housing loans, the Beijing Times reported Tuesday.
Elion Resources has signed an agreement to partner with Tongliao of the Inner Mongolia autonomous region in developing an ecological economy in the Kerqin region. The signing ceremony was held on Tuesday in Beijing.
Bookings for dinner on the eve of Spring Festival, China's lunar new year, neared 10,000 on Monday, the Beijing News reported Tuesday.
China Datang Corp is poised to win China's first solar photo-thermal power plant project because the company offered a lower-than-expected price in its bid for the project, China Business News reported on Tuesday, citing an unnamed source.