Twelve local governments have entrusted a total of 475 billion yuan ($75 billion) in pension funds to the National Council for Social Security Fund (NCSSF) for more diverse investments, of which 306.65 billion yuan had already been put into use.
Traffic police in Southwestern China's Sichuan Province have introduced a new measure to help deter traffic violating drivers and cyclists.
China will adopt a one-visit-only policy to streamline travel document applications nationally starting May 1, said Qu Yunhai, deputy director of the State Immigration Administration under the Ministry of Public Security.
Shanghai beat Beijing to score the highest in terms of "future-proofing" credentials, according to a report by Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated (JLL), an American professional services and investment management company.
China will scrap a limit on foreign ownership of automotive ventures by 2022 amid similar deregulatory moves in shipbuilding and aircraft industries, said Chen Yin, chief engineer of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, on Wednesday.
China will set up a financial court in Shanghai to handle finance-related lawsuits referred by the Supreme People's Court, according to a draft decision submitted to the Standing Committee of the 13th National People's Congress.
China's space station "Tiangong,” scheduled to be ready in 2022, will seek to commercialize on-orbit operations to attract investment, said Zhou Jianping, chief designer of China's manned space program.
China's Internet copyright industry reached 636.5 billion yuan ($100.9 billion) in 2017, up 27.2 percent from the previous year, among which the paid market accounted for 318.4 billion yuan, according to a report released by National Copyright Administration.
Private vocational schools and training institutions are banned from using words such as “China", “National", “Nation", “Central", “International”, and "World" in their names, said a regulation jointly issued by the State Administration for Market Regulation and the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security.
The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security issued China's first electronic social security card on Sunday to a woman surnamed Liu from Qingdao, Shandong Province, during the 1st Digital China Summit in Fuzhou, indicating that social security cards have connected online and offline functions.