China's top legislature to open annual session on May 22

The 13th National People's Congress will open its third annual session in Beijing on May 22. The third annual session of the 13th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference was proposed to open in Beijing on May 21.

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  • China's tax, fee cuts total over 742 bln yuan in Q1

    China's tax, fee cuts total over 742 bln yuan in Q1

    Apr 29,2020

    China's top tax watchdog said Wednesday that the country's tax and fee cuts totaled 742.8 billion yuan (about 105 billion U.S. dollars) in the first quarter (Q1) of the year.

  • U.S. small business loan program faces backlash as not-so-small businesses secure aid

    U.S. small business loan program faces backlash as not-so-small businesses secure aid

    Apr 29,2020

    As small businesses hit by the COVID-19 outbreak scramble to apply for loans under a U.S. government program, a few not-so-small companies have already secured millions of dollars of aid, provoking strong backlash and raising questions about the relief package.

  • Urban rail projects to keep Chinese economy chugging along

    Urban rail projects to keep Chinese economy chugging along

    Apr 29,2020

    Urban rail development is expected to be the key to sustaining China's investment on a long-term basis, as it can integrate elements from both traditional and new infrastructure projects to support the country's economic growth, industry experts said.

  • Foreign-trade businesses adopt survival tactics

    Foreign-trade businesses adopt survival tactics

    Apr 29,2020

    China's foreign trade volume totaled 6.57 trillion yuan ($931 billion) in the first quarter of this year, down by 6.4 percent year-on-year. The country's exports dropped by 11.4 percent to 3.33 trillion yuan, while imports declined by 0.7 percent to 3.24 trillion yuan, according to the General Administration of Customs.

  • Airport hub set for Yangtze Delta

    Airport hub set for Yangtze Delta

    Apr 29,2020

    China is set to create a world-class airfield complex across the Yangtze River Delta region, according to a blueprint issued by the National Development and Reform Commission on Monday.

  • Pandemic taking its toll on wedding banquets

    Pandemic taking its toll on wedding banquets

    Apr 29,2020

    You Fangming, 26, postponed what should have been her May wedding ceremony and will have it in September instead, hoping the banquet won't be canceled due to the impact of the novel coronavirus in the coastal city of Dalian, Liaoning province.

  • Chinese quantum physicist receives ZEISS Research Award

    Chinese quantum physicist receives ZEISS Research Award

    Apr 29,2020

    Renowned Chinese quantum physicist Pan Jianwei is this year's ZEISS Research Award for his contributions to the field of optical quantum information.

  • China's FAST starts search for extraterrestrial intelligence

    China's FAST starts search for extraterrestrial intelligence

    Apr 29,2020

    The 500-meter-diameter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope (FAST), China's mega-science project and the world's largest single-dish radio observatory, has embarked on the search for extraterrestrial intelligence.

  • Li: Expand information networks

    Li: Expand information networks

    Apr 29,2020

    China will expedite new infrastructure development, including information networks, in an effort to boost industrial growth and upgrade consumption. The decision was made on Tuesday at the State Council's executive meeting chaired by Premier Li Keqiang.

  • New wave of COVID-19 in Japan comes from EU and U.S.:  research

    New wave of COVID-19 in Japan comes from EU and U.S.: research

    Apr 29,2020

    The current wave of coronavirus outbreak in Japan is due to imported cases from the U.S. and Europe, according to Japanese researchers.

  • U.S. proposal to limit tech exports to China

    U.S. proposal to limit tech exports to China

    Apr 29,2020

    The U.S. government's proposed new restrictions on exports of certain semiconductor and aircraft components to China would hurt the interests of U.S. companies and further disrupt the global supply chain, experts said on Tuesday.

  • Wuhan lab director rejects COVID-19 conspiracy theory: Reuters

    Wuhan lab director rejects COVID-19 conspiracy theory: Reuters

    Apr 29,2020

    Claims that the novel coronavirus came from China's National Biosafety Laboratory at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) were groundless and contradict all available evidence, said lab director Yuan Zhiming in a recent written interview with Reuters.

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