Institution-building is the priority of policymakers, while levying tax or exposing illegal property holdings - which is what many feared - is not what the authorities have in mind.
China's decision to extend tax cuts to more micro and small businesses may herald a more proactive fiscal policy this year.
Time to ascribe Silk Road plans a real meaning
Alibaba moves to protect its brand
Adopting a patient approach in anti-corruption will pay dividends
Dalian Wanda shows that it is on the ball
Central banks lemmings of quantitative easing
China has potential for mid-high growth
New ventures offer hope in slow economy
Streamlined commercial registration procedures, financial support help many startups turn their ideas into reality.
The decision by the nation's largest private steelmaker, Shagang Group, to sell 55.1% of the shares in its Shenzhen-listed unit Jiangsu Shagang Group Co Ltd, was intended to raise funds for diversification beyond steel, analysts said.
The fur trade has slowed over the past year in China, but rising demand from northern parts of the country and smaller cities.
Volvo Group posted a fourth-quarter loss as a plunge in construction equipment deliveries compounded the effects of provisions for credit losses and a potential antitrust fine.
It may be too late for the chip maker to catch up in the US or Europe, so the company banks on China, where fewer than half the country's 500 million mobile phone users have smartphones.
Aston Martin Lagonda (China) named Michael Mingshan Peng as its new President on Tuesday.