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    Chinese economy to pick up in 2nd

    NEW YORK - Wall Street analysts have predicted a pick-up of China's economy in the second half of this year after its gross domestic product (GDP) data for the second quarter was published well above market expectations. ...

    Foreign investment rises on services momentum

    Foreign direct investment into the Chinese mainland jumped 10.5 percent year-on-year duringthe first five months of the year to $53.83 billion, with services being the mainstay, the Ministry ofCommerce said on Thursday...

    FDI rises 17% in Jan-Feb

    China's foreign direct investment rose 17 percent year-on-year to $22.48 billion in the first two month of this year, with three countries-Saudi Arabia, France and Germany-registering the fastest growth rates, the Ministry of Commerce said on Tuesday...

    Top official sets out main tasks of new tax regime

    A TOP official yesterday set out the major tasks ahead for a taxation system which aspires to serve development and social equity in China....

    Chinese market to open wider to foreign investors :document

    More openness to global markets and foreign businesses features as a key part of the Third Plenum resolution whose full text was published on Friday evening.....

    China's retail sales up 12.9% in first 3Q

    BEIJING -- China's retail sales grew 12.9 percent year on year to 16.88 trillion yuan ($2.75 trillion) in the first three quarters of this year, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said Friday.....

    Foreign products costlier in China

    A Starbucks Corp outlet in Shanghai. The US beverage chain has increased the prices of some of its products in China, citing rising costs. [Photo/China Daily]...

    China to inaugurate Shanghai FTZ on Sept 29

    China will officially launch the pilot free trade zone in Shanghai on Sept 29, taking a solid step forward to boost reforms in the world's second-largest economy....

    Will Shanghai Free Trade Zone be another Hong Kong?

    While mainland investors cheer the recent announcement on Shanghai's free-trade zone, there are concerns that it'll steal the limelight from Hong Kong as an international center....

    Free trade zone a boon for Shanghai

    Now that the Shanghai free trade zone has got the State Council's approval, people have begun to wonder what Shanghai would be like without it. The short answer is all those big plans for becoming an international financial center and a global trading hub will remain, well, big plans for many years to come...

    'No more illegal tax cuts for investors'

    Senior officials in China have urged local governments to tighten their belts and stop offering illegal tax cuts to investors amid slumping revenues this year...

    Foreign companies adapt to China's changing retail landscape

    Foreign retailers in China are changing their strategy in the nation amid fierce competition, rising costs and consumers' changing demand, Ministry of Commerce spokesman Shen Danyang said on Thursday...

    Chinese consumer spending weakens

    Chinese consumers are planning to spend less as their confidence in the economy falls, and shoppers in smaller cities especially are showing an unexpected reluctance to splash the cash, according to a report by The Boston Consulting Group released on Monday....

    China 'home to half of shopping centers being built'

    China is home to half of the shopping malls under construction in the world, CBRE Group Inc, a US-based commercial real estate services company, said on Friday...

    VAT reform set to go nationwide in August

    The reform program to replace the business tax with a value-added tax will be expanded nationwide on Aug 1 in pilot sectors, Premier Li Keqiang said during a key meeting on Wednesday...

    China's SAT Releases Announcement Clarifying Export Tax Measures

    Mar. 28 – China's State Administration of Taxation (SAT) recently released "SAT Announcement [2013] No.12 (hereinafter referred to as the...

    China adds 44 tariff items for 2013

    BEIJING - China's Ministry of Finance (MOF) announced its Tariff Implementation Plan for 2013 on Monday, making adjustments on tariff tax items and tax rates concerning a number of exports and imports...

    Guidelines open more doors to foreign investors

    China's economic policy guidelines, which rely on urbanization and domestic consumption as the key growth engines in the medium to long-term, offer huge investment opportunities for foreign investors, according to economists in Hong Kong...

    Oriented Strand Board (OSB)

    OSB is manufactured from waterproof heat-cured adhesives and rectangularly shaped wood strands that are arranged in cross-oriented layers, similar to plywood. This results in a structural engineered wood panel that shares ...

    Shanghai ranks No.1 in online shopping

    SHANGHAI ranked first among domestic cities in terms of online shopping, according to a report released yesterday by Taobao, the country's largest online shopping website. ...

    China to be only economy with high growth

    With the US and European economies entangled in a prolonged downturn, China has the chance to become the only economy posting high growth in the next decade, according to a Beijing-based think tank's report...

    China's flash PMI at 5-month high

    Preliminary results of an HSBC survey showed that China's manufacturing purchasing managers index (PMI) rose to 49.5 per cent in July, up from 48.2 percent the previous month and the highest level since February...

    Indonesia central bank to buy renminbi

    Bank Indonesia, Indonesia’s central bank, has begun purchasing Renminbi or yuan-denominated bonds issued in mainland China, making the southeast Asian nation one of an increasing number of countries adding the Chinese currency to their foreign-exchange reserves...

    Analysts show optimism for fourth quarter

    There are strong indications that the slowdown in China's growth may be reversed in the coming quarter when stimulus measures start to take effect, boosting global confidence, analysts have said....

    China's trade improves, strong rebound unlikely

    BEIJING -- China's exports and imports picked up in September due to recovering demand boosted by supportive policies at home and abroad, but a strong rebound in foreign trade is being seen as unlikely in the near future...