Sino-Australian ties benefit both
Driven by the mutual desire, China and Australia have reason to continue to build on this good momentum and deepen reciprocal co-op.
Future driver of growth
Vice-Premier Li Keqiang pointed out that urbanization will be the main driver of China's economic growth in the future.
Piecing together what new leaders have in mind
China's new leadership under Xi Jinping and Li Keqiang has set out its economic policies for the country, giving us a clearer idea of what lies ahead.
Uneasy jingle on currency
The internationalization of the renminbi requires a look at distant horizons as well as the local market
Expanding trade relations
The fact that Vice-Premier Wang Qishan co-chaired the 23rd Session of the China-US Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade with Acting US Commerce Secretary Rebecca Blank and US Trade Representative Ron Kirk on Tuesday and Wednesday indicates the importance attached by the Chinese government to China-US economic and trade relations, and also highlights the important role of the commission in promoting bilateral economic and trade cooperation and stabilizing overall China-US relations.
Growth with quality
Vice-Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday reiterated such a policy shift and called for renewed efforts to push for its implementation.
China pivotal to Australia's success
The next phase of Australia's engagement in the "Asian century" will be largely about China.
Australian Treasury: China train is back on track
Australia's Federal Treasury has hailed China's economic rebound after a brief slowdown.
How can China enhance growth quality?
"Although the economy still faces downward pressure this year, authorities have not taken drastic stimulus measures like those taken two years ago," Zhang said.
Investment good for both sides
The world's largest economies should promote direct input in each others' businesses and help the global recovery
Rein in housing prices
The recent rise in domestic housing prices in defiance of real estate regulations highlights the need for the authorities to take more forcible and targeted measures to tame the speculation-prone housing market.
Speed up structural changes
China should remain particularly wary of the increased possibility of inflation following the new round of quantitative easing in the US.