Reform and opening up is a must for the prosperity of Tibet and its people, said Losang Jamcan, newly-elected chairman of Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region.
China is willing to further consolidate mutual trust with the Republic of Korea and work together to maintain peace and stability in Northeast Asia, said a senior Chinese leader.
The Standing Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) National Committee met in Beijing Tuesday to prepare for the first session of the new CPPCC National Committee.
China will remain on a path of peaceful development and take a more active posture in international affairs, said Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee.
China, the third-biggest importer of pork products from the United States, has also become a top market for US breeder hogs, whose genetic advantages boost productivity on Chinese farms.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc is seeking to sell a $1 billion stake in Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd after the share prices rebounded almost 50%.
China became the prime investment destination among key growth markets in 2012, as its middle class rises and foreign investors get more familiar with mergers and acquisitions here.
The first batch of cross-border yuan loans agreements were signed after central government approved the Qianhai area in Shenzhen to test a freer yuan.
Analysts said China's missile interception test will help Beijing strengthen its air defense capability amid strained relations with some of its Asian neighbors.
China's top legislator Wu Bangguo said on Monday that the country will remain on the path of peaceful negotiations to settle historical land boundary issues with neighboring countries.
Lawmakers and advisers renewed calls to tackle environmental and traffic issues on Monday, as Beijing elected its new leadership.