Chinese residents have opted for new ways to celebrate this year's National Day holiday amid COVID-19 prevention and control efforts, injecting further impetus into the world's second largest economy.
The Chinese economy is facing multiple challenges including high commodity prices and sporadic COVID-19 cases, with the latest data pointing to slowing consumption growth and contracting factory activity.
Multiple factors will continue to drive the growth of the Chinese market and global brands "should definitely have a focus on China", Matthew Nelson, newly appointed global CEO of British market research firm Mintel, told Xinhua.more
"Boeing is really excited to be in China and we look forward to being here for the next 50 years as well." Aviation company executives remain bullish on the Chinese market, as the Airshow China 2021 wraps up in the southern Chinese city of Zhuhai.more
China's box office revenue during the National Day holiday topped 4.246 billion yuan (about 658 million U.S. dollars) as of 5 p.m. on Thursday.
China's logistics sector maintained steady operations in the first eight months of the year, official data showed.
Chinese new-energy vehicles are gaining more footing in overseas markets, including Europe.