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Chinese brands further global drive in fight against COVID-19
In the unprecedented global fight against COVID-19, medical supplies made in China, ranging from masks to ventilators and other high-tech equipment, have been widely used and eagerly sought worldwide.
China vows to strengthen macro-control to keep sound economic fundamentals
China will step up its macro-regulation to keep the economic fundamentals steady, according to a State Council executive meeting on Wednesday.
Premier Li urges creation of more famous brands
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Sunday urged that more famous brands be created to better meet the demands of China's consumption upgrade and national development.
Economic rebound seen for 2nd quarter
China's economy will continue to rebound in the second quarter but the recovery pace may be constrained by external uncertainties and a global downturn, therefore stronger domestic policies are needed to ensure a steady recovery for the rest of the year, economists said.
Home demand to buoy growth
China's post-COVID-19 economic recovery will rely on domestic demand after production resumption, and policy response should focus on expanding consumption and investment, economists said on Tuesday.
Financial institutions to keep tabs on risks of products
Financial institutions should pay high attention to risks associated with certain financial products due to the current international commodity price fluctuations, increase risk awareness and strengthen risk management.
China's service trade falls, deficit narrows in Q1
China's service trade fell during the first quarter of the year due to the novel coronavirus epidemic, but the trade structure has kept improving with a narrowing deficit, data from the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) showed Saturday.
E-commerce still a propeller of China's poverty alleviation
​E-commerce platforms have logged robust performance in rural areas, especially in impoverished regions, despite disruptions brought by COVID-19, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Thursday.
Chinese residents show warmer mood for saving in Q1
​China's urban residents were more enthusiastic about depositing more savings in the first quarter (Q1) of this year, said a central bank survey.
China to expedite new infrastructure development
China will expedite new infrastructure development in an effort to boost industrial and consumption upgrading, according to a State Council's executive meeting chaired by Premier Li Keqiang on Tuesday.
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