Preparations are in full swing for the third China International Import Expo (CIIE), scheduled to open in early November this year. The event is likely to instil confidence in the business environment as COVID-19 clobbers the global economy.
As the COVID-19 pandemic dampened demand and hurt businesses, China has established protecting firms, especially smaller ones, as a priority from day one, rolling out a host of measures to help them overcome difficulties.
China's Nasdaq-style sci-tech innovation board, also known as the STAR market, is expected to nurture world-class technology companies in China, considering its astonishing growth in the past year.more
In China's Jilin, a major farming province, satellites are making their way into paddy cultivation by producing images of large fields in short time and offering information such as growth and seedling rate of the crop.more
China Unicom, one of the country's largest telecom operators, said in a monthly report that its 4G users reached 260 million in June, up 2.5 million from May.
Eleven Chinese airlines under the HNA Group have opened 95 round-trip routes to hot tourist destinations across the country to meet summer holiday travel demand.
Ant Group, a leading provider of financial services technology in China, on Thursday officially launched a new brand, called AntChain, for the company's blockchain-based solutions.