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China’s National Development and Reform Commission and several other departments issued a document on February 18, rolling out a package of measures to promote stable growth in the industrial economy.

It’s time for China to promote rule-oriented institutional reforms to better couple with the international community, says National Development and Reform Commission official

China’s State Council issued China’s first national plan for the digital economy in February, proposing to increase the value added rate of core digital industries to 10 percent of total GDP by 2025, and establish a world-leading fair and mature digital economy market system by 2035.

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After the mandated closure of its steel plants, a county near Beijing took desperate measures to stave off financial crisis that saw it censured from the top

China’s annual Central Economic Work Conference highlights economic stability for 2022 and offers key insights into policies that will target new challenges

At the Sixth Plenary Session of the 19th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) held from November 8 to 11 in Beijing, a keynote meeting on China’s political calendar, the CPC adopted a landmark document entitled “Resolution of the CPC Central Committee on the Major Achievements and Historical Experience of the Party over the Past Century.”