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Manufacturing is usually slack in early spring, but HuagongTech's workshops are rumbling to meet a big contract for the company's latest laser. The central China high-tech firm, with its cheap and efficient auto welding laser, beat foreign rivals to
Financial reform, financial risks management and further opening up of the market have been put in the spotlight of China's ongoing "two sessions," and these hot topics are also attracting much attention overseas. China's financial reforms will be
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang stressed recently that China would strive to let development and reform benefit all people, voicing the determination of the government to narrow the gap of wealth, establish a more fair and reasonable system of revenue
Yu'ebao, a popular online wealth management product, will help boost funds available for China's real economy, instead of raising financing costs, an official report showed on Monday. The product has served as a way of collecting small amounts of
In China's foreign exchange spot market, the yuan is allowed to rise or fall by 1 percent from the central parity rate each trading day, reported Xinhua.
Six passengers were killed when a minibus plunged into a river in southwest China's Sichuan Province today. The 20-seat minibus veered off the road, broke the guardrail and fell into the river in Yilong County of Nanchong City, police said.
Here's an interesting comment from Morgan Stanley's Jonathan Garner, in which he lists three recent events that could spook emerging market investors. In the last few days, three unwelcome political developments have further clouded the outlook for
A spokesperson for China's top legislature on Tuesday defended the country's defense policies, saying that peace can only be preserved with strength. Responding to a question concerning China's growing military power, Fu Ying, spokesperson for
Sunday said they are optimistic about the future of the industry. Last year proved to be disappointing for the sector as commodity prices tumbled and consumption growth in emerging markets decreased. Senior Program Director Nadim Kara said the
Mass stabbing at Chinese rail station The attackers gave no warning. Liu Chen, a 19-year-old student from Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province, was at the station to buy tickets when the attack began. "At first I thought it was just