Foreign companies are optimistic about the coordinated development of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and would like to continue to further develop their business in the Chinese market.
China's Deputy Consul General in New York Qian Jin has responded to commentary about China's economy, saying the overall positive trend remains unchanged.
Businesses in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) expect more individual visitors from the Chinese mainland, where more cities have joined the individual visit scheme (IVS) that allows residents to visit Hong Kong and Macao without a guided tour.
National political advisers will continue to focus on advancing China's modernization to provide suggestions and build consensus to harness wisdom and strength in achieving the country's development goals.
Chinese Embassy in Romania expressed deep regret and serious concern on Saturday about the decision by Romanian government to reject Huawei's submission for authorization of 5G telecom equipment.
The Chinese economy has great potential and sound prospects, and its current recovery momentum is poised to continue and further improve, said Liu Jieyi, spokesman for the second session of the 14th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.
A total of 12.44 million new jobs were created in China's urban areas last year thanks in part to the efforts of governments at all levels and various funding, Liu Jieyi said at a news conference on Sunday.
China is likely to register strong economic recovery this year, amid macroeconomic policy adjustments and unwavering reform and opening-up efforts, said senior economists, trade experts and business leaders.
Su Bin (left) listens to the suggestions from a takeout delivery man at a care station during the Spring Festival holiday.At a rest station for delivery riders in Beijing, Su took advantage of the workers' lunch time to learn about their situations and collect suggestions.
China and Thailand permanently exempted visa requirements for each other's citizens on March 1, right after a temporary visa waiver for Chinese visitors that commenced last September expired on Feb. 29. The new deal is expected to facilitate tourism and economic recovery in both countries.
China's factory activity contracted for a fifth consecutive month in February, while non-manufacturing activities expanded at a faster pace, an official survey showed on Friday.
Chinese prosecutors and judges have pledged to strengthen the fight against corruption in private firms in line with a newly revised law, so that the legitimate rights and interests of entrepreneurs can be strongly protected.
China will firmly promote high-standard opening-up to the outside world and hopes that the member companies of the American Chamber of Commerce will continue to invest in the China market, a senior Chinese government official said.
China's initiative to establish a global business cooperation zone in Shanghai will enhance international business communication, strengthening connections between domestic and global markets, government officials said on Thursday.
China's Foreign Ministry urged the U.S. to stop slandering and smearing China on data security, and maintain an open, fair and non-discriminatory business environment.
Wang Shouwen, vice-minister of commerce, met with the chief executive of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Suzanne Clark on Tuesday in Beijing, where Clark is leading a delegation to visit Beijing this week.
China's economy has sustained robust growth despite uncertainties and challenges on the domestic and international fronts, in stark contrast with the situations in some other major economies, according to analysts.
Chinese financial regulators' recent efforts to step up supervision and clamp down on illegal activities will help further improve the capital market ecosystem and inject more confidence into the market, said experts.
The U.S.' escalating trade protectionism, politicizing economic issues and erecting more trade barriers to affect fair competition will only do harm to the development of its auto industry in the long run.
A total of five global asset managers, including industry big names such as Schroders Capital and Aspect Capital, signed agreements with the Shanghai local regulators and industry associations on Wednesday.
Russia on Tuesday ordered a six-month ban on gasoline exports from March 1 to keep prices stable amid rising demand from consumers and farmers and to allow for the maintenance of refineries in the world's second-largest oil exporter.
The new deals cover key sectors including biomedicine, electronic information, automotives, digital economy and green low-carbon, and 26 projects are valued at more than $50 million each.
Several provincial-level regions across China have identified "new productive forces" and the development of the private sector as their top priorities during their first meetings after the Spring Festival holiday.
The importance attached by China's policymakers to the financial sector is conducive to the long-term stability of the A-share market and the high-quality development of public companies, said experts.
Hong Kong Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po said on Wednesday that the city's economy is set to grow this year by around 2.5 percent to 3.5 percent, while the outlook for 2025 to 2028 is an average expansion of 3.2 percent.
China will continue working toward the swift implementation and effectiveness of the policy package aimed at enhancing the investment climate for foreign businesses and attracting more foreign investment.
In the face of many challenges, developing and least-developed countries have urged for reforms in the World Trade Organization to ensure multilateral cooperation, fair and free trade, and the normalization of dispute settlement mechanisms.
The allegation of "forced labor" in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region is a huge lie, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday, urging the U.S. to immediately stop smearing China, stop intervening in China's internal affairs, and stop politicizing and weaponizing trade issues.
About 62 percent of foreign companies in China have chosen not to shift their investments out of the country, as they believe that the nation has large room for further development, according to a recent survey.
Shanghai recently announced the establishment of two tax affairs tribunals, the first of their kind in the country, to centralize jurisdiction over such administrative cases and provide a better business environment under the rule of law.