China's foreign trade saw steady development and structure improvement in the first four months of this year as the sector seeks high-quality growth.
The financial performances of China's listed companies for 2018 and the Q1 of this year shed light on the resilience of the world's largest developing economy.
China's smartphone shipments increased 6.5 percent year on year in April to 34.79 million units, data from the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology showed.more
The output of China's building materials sector expanded steadily in the first quarter, official data showed.more
China announced a targeted cut in reserve requirement ratio in its latest attempt of using structural tools rather than an across-the-board stimulus to help cash-strained small businesses.
When it comes to the game between the "invisible hand" of the market and the "visible hand" of the government regarding investment, China wants the former to play the essential role, while using the latter more efficiently.
China's consumer prices rose to the highest level in six months while inflation at the factory gates also quickened, reinforcing the view that economic growth is firming up and putting the central bank's policy in focus.