Tapping market forces
Change of the government-dominated growth model will help sustain long-term healthy development.
Bags of trouble
Nothing seems to loom larger in this country than food safety, with hazardous foods being revealed one after another.
Culture branding offers food for thought
The power of culture is usually soft and intangible, but it can become hard and tangible when it integrates with industry.
Changing times require changing strategies
The economy's transition is posing a challenge to all companies, including those with overseas investment.
Coal will still fuel economic miracles
China's 12th Five-Year Plan (2011-15) for coal demonstrates the essential role that coal plays in the future of the world's second-largest economy.
'Clear logic' for going out
Investing in developing economies will become more and more important for growing Chinese companies.
Policy shifts 'can maintain growth'
Robert Mundell, "father of the euro", has called on China to boost domestic expenditure and consumption to guarantee continued growth.
Western remedies toxic to Asian economies
From the time it was set up nearly 70 years ago, the International Monetary Fund has been controlled by Western Europe in partnership with the United States.
An unprecedented challenge
Bold planning, upgrading of industries and promoting social progress are keys to achieving sustainable urbanization in China.
Is fiscal stimulus necessary?
China's economy is slowing. Since 2002 China's annual real GDP growth has always been above 9 percent year-on-year; this may not be the case in 2012.
Revising the retirement age
Extending the retirement age may be something the government has to do to alleviate the increasingly heavy pressure on pension funds.
Experts call for move to new Web protocol
China should move to quickly adopt Internet Protocol version 6, which will offer trillions more of the IP addresses that China badly needs, experts said on Tuesday, the day the new protocol was introduced globally.