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China's Price Indices Reach High Standard: NBS
The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said Tuesday that China's current price indices have reached the standard of developed countries, taking into account varieties and areas surveyed and frequencies of weighting adjustments.
More Chinese People Putting off Car Purchase Until Price Drops Further
As thousands of Chinese people flock to the ongoing biannual Beijing Auto Show, most of them are hoping just to choose their favorite model for future purchase, rather than to buy the car now.
Private Capital Dabbling in Public Service Sector in China
Beijing residents are aware that many new bus lines that opened in recent years are not operated by the city's only state-owned public transport company.
Baby Goods' Quality Causes Concern
An incidence of poisonous milk powder in Fuyang, in East China's Anhui Province, which caused the death of 12 babies, has aroused nationwide attention about food quality and safety.
Water Rates to Rise as Beijing's Supply Drops
Water is now the catchword in China's arid capital city. Beijing watches each passing cloud with excitement and even tried "cloud seeding" with dry ice to make it rain.
Summer Grain Yield to Rise after Years of Decline
China's summer grain output looks set to increase - for the first time in four years, the Ministry of Agriculture said Monday.
Water Price Hikes Expected in Beijing
For an unprecedented reform of its water pricing system, a public hearing was held Thursday in the capital on major water price hikes, apparently making residents and businesses brace up for the increases.
Shenzhen Retailers Say No to Bank Cards
A two-day boycott on handling credit cards by an alliance of 46 retailers was launched Wednesday in Shenzhen, the southern boomtown of Guangdong Province, after a series of negotiations on card transaction fees with local bankers failed late last month.
Grisly Toys Face Market Ban: Official
The Guangdong Toy Industry Association has decided to ban production of some questionable toys and control the toy production at the province's numerous toy manufacturers, China Daily said Tuesday in a report.
Low-price House Benefits Ordinary Families
China has built low-price houses totaling 477 million square meters from 1998 to 2003, solving the living problems for six million middle and low-income families, according to statistics from Ministry of Construction.
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