China's economic growth shows why 'decoupling' is a bad idea
China's continued economic growth is a perfect incentive for the incoming Biden administration in Washington to abandon the failed policies of "decoupling" adopted by President Donald Trump.
China's green and low-carbon development philosophy
China was a driving force behind the 2015 Paris Agreement on dealing with climate change and remains committed to fulfilling its pledges and mobilizing more countries to protect our shared earthly home.
China's ambitious development blueprint
Despite challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, China has the vision and commitment to plan economic development over the long term.
What can we expect at the next stage of economic development?
High-quality development will be the focus during China's 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-25) period.
Blazing the way
Measures to "open up" China to foreign investment and international trade have proved central to its development which now appears spectacularly successful.
Yangtze River Economic Belt to lead high-quality development
The high-quality development and integration of the Yangtze River Economic Belt will help create an integrated, open and stable market in China, offering more certainty and opportunities to the world.
China sets its sights on becoming a high-income economy
As China prepares to enter a new five-year plan period, it has now set the target of becoming a high-income economy.
Livestreaming a huge boost for China's economic rebound
With Single's Day fast approaching, e-commerce in China is set for a huge boom this Nov. 11, spurred on by a diverse range of livestreaming hosts.
No cause for envy: China's growth is good for the world
Reviewing the successes of China's 13th Five-Year Plan
Xiong'an: Exploring China's futuristic city
Established in April 2017, Xiong'an New Area, about 100 kilometers southwest of Beijing, is a key step in the country's regional development strategy.
National Day holiday helps travel recovery
China's National Day holiday, also dubbed "Golden Week," is underway, and this year it is special for more reasons than usual.
China on target to build a moderately prosperous society
This year, China aims to eliminate absolute poverty and build a moderately prosperous society in all respects. In order to achieve these ambitious tasks, development-oriented poverty alleviation plans have been made to ensure "no single poor area or individual shall be left behind."
China's Five-Year Plan goals being achieved despite COVID-19
The primary aim of China's 13th Five Year Plan (2016-2020) was to replace "unbalanced, uncoordinated, and unsustainable growth" with innovative, coordinated, green, open, and inclusive growth in order to create a "moderately prosperous society in all respects."
Liberalization of services sector will be boon for all
President Xi Jinping's speech at the Global Trade in Services Summit earlier this month is a reiteration of China's policy, announced in 2017, to liberalize the country's services sector.
China's post-pandemic economic recovery augurs well for the world
Notes from China's new development strategy
China does remarkably well in improving business environment
The World Bank report "China's Doing Business Success: Drivers of Reform and Opportunities for the Future," released in late July, shows that China has achieved a remarkable improvement in its business environment in recent years.
The decisive role of poverty reduction in China's 2020 targets
The centrality of poverty reduction to China's state policy was once more strongly emphasized by the Report on the Work of the Government to this year's full session of the National People's Congress, China's top legislature.
Post-COVID-19 global economy calls for responsibility
There is little good that can come out of the tragedy of a pandemic, but if there is even a hint of a silver lining, it is that we have come to value what is truly essential in our societies.
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