Thriving more than ever
The people of Hong Kong are looking back with pride and forward with confidence as they commemorate the 15th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
Relations between China and Latin America have entered a new period of strategic development, and China recently engaged in a new wave of diplomacy toward Latin America.
HK plays an irreplaceable role
Hong Kong returned to China 15 years ago, and its role as an international financial hub has since then been elevated and enhanced.
Economist recommends widening of economic reforms
A leading economic expert has recommended that China deepen and widen its economic overhaul to create a stable platform for the reform of its financial centers in the coming 10 years.
Build affordable houses
Henan's attempt to urge banks to offer steep mortgage discounts is a sign that local governments are looking for ways to rekindle the property market.
End double-track pension system
Facing severe opposition and criticism, the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security clarified that it has no immediate plans to defer the retirement age.
Worrying trend for pensions
As China's society is aging it is high time the money over-issuing problem was resolved.
Hong Kong can build on its success
Hong Kong SAR Financial Secretary's fifth budget of the current administration was a model of fiscal design and the envy of governments around the world.
Pulling together for the future
Countries must cooperate to create a stable and sustaining international environment to promote the green economy.
China's influence grows in US' 'backyard'
Not so long ago, Latin America was considered the "backyard" of the United States, but this is now changing.
G20's 'same-boat' spirit
Summit leaders commit themselves not just to managing crises but to reforming the world's economic institutions.
A step forward or backward at Rio?
This week people are streaming into Rio de Janeiro for the year's biggest international event.