Chinese policymakers are maneuvering to continue economic restructuring despite a slowdown.
The good wishes of international negotiators and the good offices of national governments have not been sufficient to slow the growth of greenhouse gas emissions.
Efforts should concentrate on upgrading industrial structure and increasing government spending on public services.
Chinese companies still have relatively low profitability and lack global status despite a record presence in the latest Fortune 500 list.
The Ministry of Public Security received an award from the Global Anti-Counterfeiting Group on Tuesday for its outstanding contributions to stop IPR violations.
Local governments should organize and fund the promotion of the many high quality consumer goods manufactured at local factories in the domestic marketplace.
In Malawi, a landlocked African country, rows of cotton cultivated by local farmers with instruction from Chinese experts are in bud; in Ethiopia, a shoe factory built with investment from the China-Africa Development Fund is teeming with local workers.
Premier Wen Jiabao said China and US should seek to expand their common interests and join hands to cope with the current global economic woes.
China's economic slowdown is more of a result of Beijing's self-initiated efforts to restructure its economy and to shift its development model.
The domestic A-share stock index hit new lows on Monday, which should prompt regulators to reflect on the effectiveness of their reform measures.
In China, the National Energy Administration made it clear late last year that nuclear energy would be the foundation of the country's power generation over the next 10 to 20 years.
The exceptionally high growth in fiscal revenues for the first half of this year is eye-catching, especially considering the hard times the economy is facing.