While China is gaining ground to overcome corruption, the Communist Party of China (CPC) has demonstrated its unswerving will to continue the fight against corruption and ensure clean governance.
China's cabinet decided on Wednesday to abolish more items requiring administrative approval and step up support for small high-tech firms to unleash economic vitality.
China issued a stern "word of advice" to Japan on Wednesday not to be provocative or escalate the situation around China's Diaoyu Islands.
Lawmakers in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region will begin to draft an anti-religious extremism regulation and implement counter-terrorism practices in Xinjiang in 2016, a top regional legislator said on Wednesday.
Editor's note: Last year, China intensified its clampdown on corruption and increased investigations aimed at violations of the eight-point austerity rules of the Communist Party of China. New phrases by the anti-corruption authorities have sprung up. Following are corruption charges brought by anti-graft bodies, examples of officials being held for investigation on the charges and comments by experts.
China's former vice-minister of public security, Li Dongsheng, was jailed for 15 years for accepting bribes, a court announced on Tuesday.
Government officials and economists are preparing for a further slowdown of economic growth this year, as more challenges are expected to arise with the deepened restructuring reforms.
Beijing has become the second city to ease procedures for bringing highly qualified foreign talent, and experts say other cities nationwide will follow.
China will not relax its anti-graft effort, says President Xi Jinping, and the campaign will target grassroots level after rooting out senior figures.
China is gaining ground to overcome corruption, President Xi Jinping said at an anti-graft meeting on Tuesday, urging confidence in the campaign.
President Xi Jinping has stressed that the country is gaining ground to overcome corruption, assuring the entire Communist Party of China (CPC) of the impact and future of the campaign.
A new UN development assistance framework will help China tackle three national development priorities including reducing poverty in the population of 70 million people over the next five years.