China plans to import more uranium this year than last year and to buy uranium mines abroad, looking particularly toward Canada for that purpose, said Qian Zhiming, deputy director of the National Energy Administration.
China plans to open more Confucius Institutes to teach traditional Chinese medicine overseas and promote the Eastern medical science, Deputy Minister of Health Wang Guoqiang said on Monday.
Jiading, home of Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp (Group), maker of China's first "Shanghai" sedan, which used to rule the roads, has always been proud of its heritage as a key auto town in the Yangtze River Delta region.
China's chief foreign exchange regulator said China will continue to implement the principle of diversifying its investment in foreign bonds.
Hu Xiaolian, deputy governor of the People's Bank of China said that the central bank is not planning to issue larger denomination banknotes in the short term.
China's national fiscal revenue rose 13.1 percent year-on-year to $330.27 billion.
Manufacturers of TCM are adapting to survive in the global marketplace.
For Wu Jing, the beginning of "The Year of the Dragon" has been stressful.
China is "very confident" of guaranteeing its bottom line of 120 million hectares of farmland.
The mainland might allow Taiwan investors to use offshore yuan deposits to invest in the mainland's capital markets.
A new transnational route linking South China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region and Vietnam will open in August.
McGraw-Hill Professional has shown an interest in developing partnerships with a number of Chinese publishing houses.