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China to reduce foreign investment restrictions

[2015-03-05 19:46]

China has announced plans to halve the number of industries in which it restricts foreign investment, a move to further open up the market of the world's second-largest economy.

China rules out introduction of strong stimulus

[2015-03-05 19:00]

China's top economic planner said Thursday that China will not introduce strong stimulus measures to prop economy.

Economic outlook positive: NDRC head

[2015-03-05 16:32]

With the main economic indicators rising in February, the outlook of China's economy in this year remains well, said Xu Shaoshi, head of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), at a press conference on Thursday.

China to uphold WWII victory: premier

[2015-03-05 15:03]

Premier Li Keqiang said Thursday China will host events to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the victory in the world's war against fascism and the Chinese people's War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression.

What happened to proposals submitted last year?

[2015-03-05 14:38]

During last year's "two sessions", smog, personal income tax, families that lost their only child, medical services, education, real estate were the main topics in the motions or proposals sent by national legislators or political advisers.

HK changes 'must move forward'

[2015-03-05 07:37]

The decision on Hong Kong's constitutional reform made on Aug 31 by the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress is "unshakable", Fu Ying, the NPC's spokeswoman, said on Wednesday.

Experts seek research funding shake-up to boost innovation, economy

[2015-03-05 07:37]

The national scientific research funding program urgently needs reform to boost the country's capacity for innovation, political advisers working in the science and technology field said on Wednesday.

Liu puts best foot forward to help needy

[2015-03-05 07:37]

Liu Li's job as a foot masseuse may seem a lowly calling to some, but she says it not only provides her with food and clothing, but also keeps her in touch with the kind of people she represents as a National People's Congress deputy.