The Chinese government will step up reform and roll out a series of new incentives to better remove hurdles hampering private investment and businesses and boost economic vitality, the State Council's executive meeting chaired by Premier Li Keqiang decided on Thursday. The meeting decided on a host of measures to further facilitate private investment and boost the sound development of the private sector. Premier Li stressed that further measures should be taken to unleash market vitality and boost private investment. A number of favorable projects should be identified as potential targets for attracting private investment. "Our economy is showing a stable performance with good momentum for growth. Facing new circumstances and new challenges, we should step up reform, pay attention to emerging problems, plan ahead, and fine-tune policies as necessary to make sure that the economy performs within a proper range," Li said. Recent years have witnessed the government's relentless effort...
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Until now, it is clear that China will continue the Opening-up policy to the outside world . This April, at Boao Forum for Asia, Chairman Xi emphasized that the opening-upis the second reform for China. The Opening of China's economy adapted with the need of Chinese people for development, innovation and well-being. Xi said, 40 years of opening-up p ...
Wednesday, August 01, 2018
Seven months have passed since 2018. The national and local economic situation has been announced in the first half of the year, and the intensified trade friction between China and the United States has also begun. In the face of the new situation, the State Council has begun to take a relaxed policy. It is believed that the central government's ma ...
Wednesday, August 01, 2018
Against the backdrop of the U.S.-China trade frictions, the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), which is under the U.S. Department of Commerce, made changes to part 744 of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) by adding 44 Chinese entities to its original export control list. These regulations came into effect on 1 August 2018. According to th ...
On 31 July, the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee held a meeting, which was presided over by its General Secretary Xi Jinping, to scrutinise the current economic situation as well as to organize the economic activities for the second half of the year. The meeting stated that, on the whole, the economy was stable througho ...
Sunday, July 29, 2018
The Executive Meeting of the State Council on July 23 signifies that the fundamental of China's macro policy relaxation has been basically established. The State Council has proposed to avoid 'massive stimulus' based on the changes in the situation to adjust and fine-tune the direction to cope with the uncertainty of the external environment ...
Industrial policy is a common feature of semi-developed countries. Developed countries and complete market economies usually do not need to rely on industrial policies, and even when they do have industrial policies, those policies differ from those of semi-developed countries as the former focus on the construction of market systems rather than on concrete ...
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Monday, July 23, 2018
Chen Gong, chief researcher at leading Chinese private think tank Anbound, tells GlobalRMB that the excessive caution of onshore authorities has made the pace of RMB internationalization far from ideal. By Paolo Danese How do you assess the progress of the RMB internationalization agenda? The internationalization of the renminbi was suggested by Anbound, ...
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Friday, August 17, 2018
With the ongoing trade friction between China and the United States, the Port of Los Angeles has added its voice to those calling for a negotiated settlement rather than imposing tariffs, believing the latter could halt the port's booming business built up over the past two fiscal years. Amid the ongoing escalation of the trade war between China and the ...


Author: Chen Gong and Others

Publication Date:November 2017

Publisher: China Financial & Economic Publishing House

ISBN: 9787509576502

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