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BEIJING (Global Times): China is aiming to lift its economic, technological and national strength to a new, higher stage in the next five years, under a sweeping blueprint that has put heavy emphasis on improving domestic economic conditions, boosting technological innovation and national security, while leaving sufficient room to cope with mounting risks and challenges, officials said on Monday.
Shenzhen’s cross-border yuan payments rose 46 per cent to 2.5 trillion yuan (US$386 billion) last yearThe rise bodes well for Beijing in its efforts to boost the use of the currency in international transactions
The upcoming electoral reform in Hong Kong does not touch on the question of democratic processes in Hong Kong, China's Foreign Minister said on Sunday, refuting some critics in Western countries and regions, including the US and EU, on the reform, saying that no side cares more about the city's democratic development, stability and prosperity more than the Chinese central government.
BEIJING (Global Times/ANN): Chinese State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi answered 27 questions in a systematic way at a press conference held on the sidelines of the two sessions on Sunday (March 7), which showcases magnanimity of China's diplomacy as a major power, and provides a rare opportunity for the world to have a comprehensive understanding of China's foreign policy.
BEIJING: China has set a sound growth target for 2021, leaving room for policymakers to carry out arduous reforms to tackle bottlenecks constraining sustainable development.
BEIJING: China has emphasised on the values of Asean and says it is looking forward to building an even closer Asean-China community with a shared future.
China’s richest entrepreneurs attending ‘two sessions’ have seen wealth grow 68 per cent on average last year, Hurun says
Top billionaires at annual parliamentary meetings are worth more than Hong Kong’s 2020 GDP at current market pricesVictor Li Tzar-kuoi of CK Holdings and Peter Lee Ka-kit of Henderson Land among top billionaires
Is English really that important? A Chinese lawmaker at the two sessions has proposed removing English as a core subject for Chinese students receiving compulsory education, triggering heated discussion on Chinese social media.
Beijing also plans to further strengthen regulation of fintech, financial holding companiesFintech firms have been a major lending source to small businesses in China