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China vows greater efforts in int'l industrial cooperation

[2016-03-06 15:49]

China will step up exports of its advanced equipment and production capacity to countries joining the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative, a senior economic planning official said Sunday.

South China Sea economic cooperation zone proposed

[2016-03-06 14:45]

China should take the lead in establishing a Pan-South China Sea economic cooperation framework to better coordinate with countries in the area and enhance regional connectivity, a political adviser said on Sunday.

Gas trading center needed in Shanghai, adviser says

[2016-03-06 12:49]

Current global energy conditions present a great opportunity for China to establish a natural gas trading center for northeastern Asia in Shanghai, according to Wang Yusuo, a member of China’s top political advisory body and chairman of ENN Group, a privately owned energy giant.

Overcapacity cut as cooperation grows

[2016-03-06 12:39]

China plans to strengthen its efforts to reduce overcapacity and increase cooperation with other countries in building infrastructure, said Xu Shaoshi, head of the National Development and Reform Commission, on Sunday.

Minister: Cuts in overcapacity won't cause massive layoffs

[2016-03-06 12:05]

There will not be large-scale layoffs in China due to the efforts of reducing the industrial overcapacity, China's top economic planning body said.

Video: Premier Li delivers Government Work Report

[2016-03-06 11:00]

A two minute-plus clip of Premier Li Keqiang delivering the Government Work Report at the magnificent Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Saturday.

Govt plans to reduce water and air pollutants by 2-3%

[2016-03-06 08:18]

Premier Li Keqiang says in the annual Government Work Report that the country will intensify its efforts to reduce pollution.

Li: Growth of at least 6.5% achievable

[2016-03-06 08:18]

Premier Li Keqiang said on Saturday that China is confident of achieving a GDP growth rate of between 6.5 and 7 percent this year.