It was stated at the 18th National Congress of the CPC that as China's socialist democracy progresses, we need to improve the institutions and mechanisms for consultative democracy and promote its broad-based, multilevel, and institutionalized development.
China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) has released a negative list for cross-border trade in services in the southern island province of Hainan, the first negative list for services trade in the country.Economy
Industry experts on Wednesday took stock of the implications of a recent policy document that called for bolstering county-level markets and said the dual-circulation development pattern can help stimulate rural consumption in China.Economy
Perhaps no other province (or state) in the world can match Guangdong in South China when it comes to blending finance, fiscal measures, science, technology, medicine and innovation to add tremendous value to both economy and society on a sustained basis, even during difficult periods like pandemics.National
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