Premier Li Keqiang said China can meet the major economic goals this year and policymakers will not be distracted by short-term fluctuations of individual indicators.
Premier Li Keqiang said the government was not distracted by short-term fluctuations and promised quality-focused growth.
Premier Li Keqiang said the government was not distracted by the slight short-term fluctuations of individual indicators of China’s economy given its new normal state.
Premier Li Keqiang on Sept 10 called for the world to peacefully solve regional conflicts and hot spot issues through dialogue, saying China is resolute in following the path of peaceful development.
Premier Li Keqiang announced the results of a survey involving 31 cities, marking the first time China has disclosed such findings.
China will punish companies, domestic or foreign, that are involved in producing counterfeit or shoddy products, engage in fraud or deception, or steal trade secrets, Premier Li Keqiang said on Sept 10.
China’s carbon emissions saw the largest drop in years as the nation furthers structural readjustment to improve growth quality, Premier Li Keqiang said on Sept 10.
China will continue prudent monetary policy and “targeted control measures”, Premier Li Keqiang said on Sept 9.
The country is on track despite fluctuations in some economic indicators, Premier Li Keqiang said on Sept 9
Premier Li reassured global CEOs that China would achieve its GDP growth target of about 7.5 percent despite recent fluctuations.
Premier Li Keqiang said only 10 percent of the companies probed by Chinese antitrust authorities are foreign enterprises.
Economists on the first day of the eighth annual meeting of the New Champions in Tianjin struck a relatively upbeat note on China.
Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, talked about issues relating to the Chinese economy with China Daily reporter Zheng Yangpeng.
China is on the right track to transform its economy and is capable of keeping growth rate at over 7 percent in the coming years, Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, said on Sept 9.
Leaders of global enterprises from around the world gathered at a seminar, part of the 2014 Summer Davos in Tianjin, to discuss the opportunities and challenges of the world economy on Sept 9.
The 2014 Summer Davos Forum is being held in Tianjin from Sept 10 to Sept 12. The city hopes to once again leverage economic opportunities from it, said event organizers.
Participants for the World Economic Forum’s Summer Davos Forum in Tianjin attained a historic peak on Aug 28.
Preparation work is well underway for the New Leaders Meeting, also known as the Summer Davos forum.
Tianjin will select eight outstanding citizens to join Summer Davos Forum ceremonies, conferences and activities.
Experts had a brainstorming session ahead of the upcoming Summer Davos on March 20, emphasizing the necessity to inspire innovation.
Tianjin, the largest coastal city in northern China, plans to develop itself into a modern service center and hopes to attract the world’s business elite to locate in the city.
Volunteer representatives of the 2014 Tianjin Summer Davos were given their uniforms at a recent press conference in the city.