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China raises proposal on economic co-op with Russia 10/11/2011
by Chinadaily.com.cnTopic: Economics
Vice Premier Wang Qishan put forward a five-point proposal on Monday at the sixth high-level China-Russia Economic Forum on boosting bilateral economic and trade cooperation.

Wang praised the rapid development of bilateral economic cooperation, noting that achievements have been made in the petroleum, natural gas, coal, electric power, new energy, aviation, aerospace, transportation, in ...Read More
From the chinese press 10/11/2011
by Chinadaily.com.cnTopic: Economics
Safety takes a vacation

The nation's holiday economy, as expected, reached new heights during the recent National Day break. Also on the rise, meanwhile, was the number of accidents, showing that more still should be done to ensure safety during the holiday rush, according to an article in Jinghua Times. Excerpts:

Statistics show that during Golden Week, China welcomed mo ...Read More
Calls for faster tax reform 09/26/2011
by ShanghaiDaily.comTopic: Economics
China said to have high burden when measured against others

BEIJING - A table measuring the harshness of a country's tax regime in 2009, which ranked the Chinese mainland high at second place, has again aroused much debate, with experts urging faster reform of the system.

According to the 2009 Tax Misery and Reform Index released by Fo ...Read More
Economists: China Aug. inflation may ease 09/26/2011
by Chinaview.cnTopic: Economics
China's statistics bureau is to release the country's August inflation figures this Friday. Many economists are expecting price pressures to ease in August from a three-year high in July, as pork prices have stabilized.

Stephen Green, Head of China Research at Standard Chartered Bank, told our reporter Yin Hang that more concrete evidence is needed before th ...Read More
Property market cooling 09/26/2011
by Chinadaily.com.cnTopic: Economics
More cities see home prices drop or remain unchanged as policies bite
BEIJING - More cities reported lower or unchanged real estate prices in August than in July, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said on Sept 18, in the latest sign that government efforts to cool the market are working.

Property prices in August in 46 out of 70 monitored major citie ...Read More
Beijing sees declining prices of new homes 09/20/2011
by Chinadaily.com.cnTopic: Economics
Beijing has seen a 6.6-percent decrease in the price of new apartments over the past eight months, according to statistics released by the Beijing Real Estate Association on Friday.

From January to August, the average price of a residential apartment in Beijing was 13,874 yuan ($2,172) per square meter, which is a 6.6-percent decrease compared to the average price of 14,847 yuan in 2010 ...Read More
Super rice yield sets world record 09/20/2011
by Chinadaily.com.cnTopic: Statistics
Yuan Longping, China's leading agricultural scientist, realized one of his 80th birthday wishes recently when his super grain brought yields of 13.9 tons of rice a hectare, setting a new world record for rice output.

When he turned 80 last year, Yuan, who is widely known as the "Father of Hybrid Rice", vowed to cultivate a new type of hybrid rice yielding about 13.5 tons a ...Read More
China's fixed-asset investments up 25 pct in first 8 months 09/14/2011
by Chinaview.cnTopic: Statistics
China's fixed-asset investments rose 25 percent year-on-year to hit 18.06 trillion yuan (2.83 trillion U.S. dollars) during the first eight months of the year, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said Friday.

The figure was 0.4 percentage points lower than that of the past seven months, the NBS said in an online statement.

In August, fixed-asset investments rose by 1. ...Read More
Surging imports squeeze trade surplus in August 09/14/2011
by Chinadaily.com.cnTopic: Statistics
China's trade surplus for August fell sharply from July to $17.75 billion, the first monthly drop since February, as the nation's exports dipped and imports grew to a record high, official statistics showed.

The trade surplus last month was down from July's $31.5 billion, the highest in two and a half years. While the slackened global demand is pinching China's export gr ...Read More
New software allows Chinese to tap neighbors' phones 09/14/2011
by People.com.cnTopic: e-commerce
According to latest statistics, more than 6,000 mobile phone wiretapping incidents are occurring every day caused by the "X-Spy" wiretapping software program. In addition, according to the China Mobile Phone Security Report of the First Half of 2011 issued by the 360 Security Center, nearly 2,600 new Trojan Horse programs and malicious software programs appeared, and more than 13 million ...Read More
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