WTO ruling is likely to unleash global calls to loosen export curbs.
China's Purchasing Managers Index (PMI), a preliminary readout of the country's manufacturing activity, rose to 50.5 percent in January of 2012.
The nation will restart projects soon, however, numbers are set to be reduced.
Multinational corporations is enthusiastic to recruite China-educated business professionals.
Shipbuilder expands operations to weather industry downturn
Machine giants boost M&A to find alternatives to weakening local conditions
Funding for key projects would be ensured and steps would be taken to gradually digest the risks.
A US solar industry group warned that more than 60,000 US jobs could be lost if duties on Chinese solar cells were imposed.
The economic slowdown in the first quarter probably will be better than our prediction, and the rebound spurred by policies in the second quarter may not be that obvious
A new plan aims to turn Shanghai into the global financial hub.
Draft rules concerning the imposition of capital gains taxes on foreign qualified institutional investors (QFIIs) are ready to be published
Trade tensions between China and the US may be exacerbated by the global financial outlook.