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China is eyeing high-level talents to accelerate its national strategy of mass entrepreneurship and innovation.
BEIJING, Nov. 25 (Xinhua) -- China's new policies to boost consumption have highlighted a shift in the country's economic reforms -- from stimulating consumer demand to upgrading the supply of goods and services.
China will make more efforts to crack down on intellectual property right (IPR) infringement during the next five years, Vice Premier Wang Yang said Thursday.
The gong simultaneously sounded in Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) and Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx) on Nov. 17 last year declared the official launch of Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect that links the capital markets of the Chinese mainland and the world. Since then, direct investment access to the stock markets in Shanghai and Hong Kong is available. The stock market of the Chinese mainland is directly open to global capital for the first time, while investors from the Chinese mainland also start their way of global asset allocation.
Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect has operated steadily since its launch a year ago, despite the crisis in the mainland's stock market last summer.
China will continue to advance the work on a stock connect scheme between the Shenzhen and Hong Kong bourses, a securities regulator said Tuesday.
Chinese entrepreneurs are feeling the pressure from economic slowdown and are less content with their current business situations than previous years, a latest survey showed.
China aims to innovate and upgrade the energy system in the next five years to make it greener and more integrated with the Internet, the country's energy watchdog said in a statement Wednesday.
China decided to streamline filing procedures for domestic property firms with foreign investment, according to a statement released on Wednesday.
The State Council, or China's cabinet, unveiled a guideline for reforming the management of the country's colossal state-owned assets on Wednesday.