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- Leaders' visits boost morale amid weather crisis
Amid China's worst snow disaster in decades, the Chinese leaders have shown the public a hands-on approach by visiting people working on the front lines of the weather crisis.
·Frozen section of Yellow River extends further
·China fights 'war' against snow havoc
·Flights almost back to normal in Shanghai
·Beijing-Guangzhou railway 'basically' normal
·Alternative road opened to ease passenger build-up
·Water shortage problem getting dirty for some
- Power supply tops gov't agenda
The authorities are gearing up to restore fuel and power supplies in regions hit by the worst snowstorm in decades, officials said yesterday.
·Coal shortages cut power plants in China
·Power shortage delays 136 passenger trains
·Cold weather adding to nation's power problem
·Coal shortage causes short supply of power
- Nation determined and confident in fighting illegal pricing
Officials said on Thursday the government is determined to crackdown on illegal pricing and is confident of winning the battle.
·Curbing price hikes
·Gov't intervenes to curb price rises
- Gov't intervenes to curb price rises
The government has started to temporarily intervene in the market to control the prices of a range of daily necessities such as grain and meat, and rein in inflationary pressure.
·China to steady prices amid inflation concerns
·Gov't acting to stabilize prices
·China aims to ease inflation by ensuring food supply, safety
·Survey: Chinese urbanites dissatisfied with commodity prices
- Plastic bags set to be banned
China launched a crackdown on plastic bags Tuesday, banning production of ultra-thin bags and forbidding supermarkets and shops from handing out free carriers from June 1.
·SEPA sets sights on polluted soil
·Just say no to plastic garbage
·Shenzhen to get rid of free plastic bags
·Beijing to Promote Simply-packaged Mooncakes
·Revving up the Fight Against Plastic Bag Usage
- China probes foreign investment in real estate
A survey has been initiated by the State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) in late December on foreign investment in China's real estate sector, sparking fears of new curbs to bring down the soaring housing prices.
·Foreigners still hungry for China's real estate
·Chinese Real Estate Heats Up
·No Let-up in Foreign Money in Real Estate
·Chinese Real Estate Devouring More Foreign Investment
- Rural development, farmer income growth stressed
Annual central rural work conference concluded on Sunday with a pledge to promote stable development of agriculture and facilitate a sustained income growth for farmers next year.
·Farmers get subsidies to buy electric appliances
·Challenges in China's rural development
·Annual rural work conference opens
·Rural income in China rises faster
- Gov't names and shames land grabbing officials
The Chinese government on Monday publicly named and shamed officials who had illegally snatch farmland as part of a major campaign to end illegal developments.
·Officials sacked over land scheme in Guangdong
·Crackdown on illegal land use
·Deadline set for settlements of land use violations
·Gov't reclaims 27 idle land plots
- Key reform areas set for 2008
China's top economic planner said Sunday that it would step up reforms in key areas such as the economic system, investment regulation and supervision, resource products pricing and national healthcare.
·NDRC to curb new projects that pollute
·Reform needs transparency
·Economic policies for 2008 outlined
·Blueprint for coal sector
·NDRC: Supply boost needed to save oil resources
·Resource tax reform plan to come out soon
- China to subsidize oil firms to ease shortage
China will offer subsidies to domestic oil companies to offset high international oil prices amid efforts to ensure market supplies, the nation's top economic planning agency said on Wednesday.
·Refined oil prices steady after output increased
·Sinopec to import more oil products
·MOC calls for stabilizing oil supplies
·Oil giants upset with Ecuador's tax rise
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