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With a strong resolve to deepen reforms and a clear grasp of its priorities, the Chinese government is on the right path toward countering downward pressure for growth and realizing major economic goals for the next five years.
The highly-anticipated stock listing reform, which will be launched in March of 2016 at the earliest according to the latest legal changes, is set to usher in a new era for China's stock market, officials and experts have said.
Chinese authorities released a draft of new rules on Monday that tighten regulation of peer-to-peer (P2P) lending.
Chinese lawmakers on Sunday approved a State Council proposal for stock listing reform at the end of a bimonthly legislative session which began Monday in Beijing.
As the largest contributor to global poverty reduction, China has set an exemplary example for the world with its achievements, strong determination and effective measures.
China will deepen structural reform of rural industries and upgrade the integrative development of agricultural, industrial and service sectors in rural regions.
As China strives to sustain growth, supply-side reform is the latest tool to be taken from the box and sharpened.
To support public-private partnership (PPP) projects China will provide rewards instead of subsidies in a pilot scheme that will start next year, a Ministry of Finance (MOF) notice said Thursday.
An executive meeting of the State Council, or China's cabinet, passed a draft document for registration-based stock listing reforms on Wednesday.
China will further cut red tape to improve the quality and efficiency of public services, according to a circular on public service and entrepreneurship published by the General Office of the State Council on Friday.