Already a major driving force for the world economy, China is poised to make greater contributions with its reaffirmed commitment to economic rebalancing.
Moving from rhetoric to action, the White House said the United States is set to impose a 25-percent tariff on steel imports and a 10-percent tariff on aluminum imports to protect the U.S. industry.
As a senior banking executive, David Li has already witnessed dramatic changes in China since its opening up decades ago.more
As China plans to further open up its market and promote free global trade and investment, the yuan is expected to play a greater global role.more
North China's coal-rich Shanxi Province plans to cut 16 million tonnes of backward mining capacity in state-owned coal mines this year.
A number of countries have claimed that China has been stealing manufacturing jobs from them, but the facts tell a different story -- China is creating jobs for them.
China's tourism is showing strong growth and emerging as a new driving force for the world's second largest economy.