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The 80 infrastructure investment projects announced by the government are aimed to link growth with reform, said a senior economist.

Net capital Q1 inflows 'positive'

China had net capital inflows throughout the first quarter, although the surplus narrowed each month during the period.

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China will enhance reforms in the management of population data, land, funding guarantees, housing and environmental protection to boost the urbanization process, according to a senior official from the country's top economic planner.

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Chinese exporters have long sought to get more customers by taking part in the Canton Fair. But many are learning not to count on the event as a silver bullet for sales recovery.


Firm could transform electricity sector

The trial at Tashan industrial park by China's largest coal miner, Datong Coal Mine Group Co Ltd (Tongmei), may become a model for the country's changing industry.


Intl innkeepers still flocking to China

The current downturn in the nation's high-end hotel market has not curbed international innkeepers' confidence in China, as they continue their expansion plans.


Chengdu races to be China's new automotive hub

With car sales rising in China's vast western region, Chengdu appears to have developed a new revenue source with which automobile makers can expand their factories in the country's eastern region.


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The Chinese internet giant has been stripped of its online publication license, after articles and videos on the site were confirmed to have contained "lewd and pornographic content"

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