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Premier Wen Jiabao delivers his last Government Work Report to the National People's Congress on Tuesday. Wu Zhiyi / China Daily
A growth target of 7.5 percent and a greater focus on consumption and economic reforms were some of the goals set out by Premier Wen Jiabao in a keynote address on Tuesday.
The war against wildlife trafficking cannot rely on any single country; it needs strong international cooperation.
Despite mounting pressure on its peripheral security situation, China's defense budget growth will slow in 2013 for the second consecutive year.
Great works of literature guide officials in formulating policies for the future, reports Tang Yue in Beijing.
The supreme military command of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea said on Tuesday that the Korean War Armistice Agreement was null as tension continued to escalate on the Korean Peninsula.
Chinese shoppers have become far smarter than their Western counterparts at checking product information online before taking the plunge, according to a new report from the global consulting firm Accenture.
The joint Chinese-Israeli brand Qoros Auto prevailed in a lawsuit last week in Switzerland filed by Audi, which claimed the new car's name violates its right to use the letter Q on vehicles.
Huang Fengchun, a leading archaeologist in Hubei province, has been receiving congratulatory messages from fellow archaeologists ever since he unearthed a bronze dagger in January.
US tennis legend John McEnroe on Monday singled out Sloane Stephens as a future women's star for his country but admitted it is still looking to break its "dry spell" as far as the men's game goes.
Authorities in the city of Nantong, Jiangsu province, have high hopes for the new year.