Electricity price regime
A three-tiered progressive pricing system for residential electricity use is to be implemented gradually nationwide.
More dividends good for society
China will require SOEs to pay a higher percentage of their earnings as dividends to the State and increase the number of companies that have to pay dividends.
Manila's antics costly
Most Chinese travel agencies have suspended travel to the Philippines following the escalation of tensions over Huangyan Island, a precaution highly necessary.
Conflict of interest
The need to smoothen the way for anti-monopoly cases is well grounded amid mounting pressure for government to scale back State-owned enterprises.
Focus on nurturing domestic talent
From 2006 through 2010 China's top 10 box-office grossers were either Hollywood movies or co-productions.
China maintains economic growth within the existing international system and the US benefits from China's development.
High price to pay for brazen profits
The current compensation regulation on land requisition makes farmers the biggest losers in the process of urbanization.
Copyright debate is good for law
The National Copyright Administration released for comment a draft Copyright Law on its official website on March 31.
Relax high-tech restrictions
Despite the progress made in relations, there has been little indication that the United States intends to relax its restrictions on high-tech exports to China.
Attracting and retaining the very best staff
A company's culture is driven by its management. HR practitioners are realizing executive leadership is key to creating effective organizations with dynamic human capital.
There is no excuse for anyone physically abusing doctors or disturbing the order of a hospital by kicking up a fuss.
Messages from both sides of China and the US indicate their joint commitment to better managing their relations to the benefit of themselves and the rest of the world.