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BEIJING, March 7 (Xinhua): President Xi Jinping has stressed giving "strategic priority" to safeguarding people's health and building a high-quality and balanced basic public education service system.
China will keep its fiscal policy basically stable and make no sharp turns in 2021, the country's finance minister has announced.
China called on its technology giants to share key data, dealing a further blow to the companies already reeling from heightened antitrust scrutiny.
China advanced sweeping plans to curb the role of opposition activists in Hong Kong elections, with local media reports saying a vote for the city’s legislature would be delayed another year to September 2022.
SHANGHAI: China will increase its annual research and development spending by more than 7% every year over the next five years, the government wrote on Friday in its work report from the Fourth Session of the 13th National People's Congress.
The leader's emphasis on cooperation was saluted and China is a nation with a true global vision and genuine desire to build a framework of international cooperation, according to experts.
China will develop a strong domestic market and foster a new development paradigm over the next five years, according to the draft outline of the 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-2025) for national economic and social development and the long-range objectives through the year 2035 on Friday.
HONG KONG: Rising demand for a niche material used in solar panels has sent shares of top producer GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Ltd soaring and swelled the fortune of its billionaire founder, delivering an early winner in the global push to tame greenhouse gas emissions.
China’s leaders are expected to use the plenary meetings of the legislature and its top political advisory body to tout achievements and ‘boost people’s confidence’The annual gathering of high-ranking party delegates will also provide details on new economic targets for the next five years and China’s 2035 vision
BEIJING (Reuters): China's annual session of Parliament will chart a course for economic recovery and unveil a five-year plan to fend off stagnation, as strategic rivalry with the United States spurs a shift to reliance on consumption and home-grown technology.