China's super-large economy boasts strong resilience and the country can achieve its full-year economic target with this resilience underpinning its development.
China posted stable economic growth for the first three quarters of this year, staying on track to meet its annual growth target despite multiple challenges, including a power crunch and a resurgence of COVID-19 cases.
Facing multiple risks, the Chinese economy does not lack bright spots: domestic consumption is coming back; the high-tech manufacturing sector has posted a strong performance; and the service sector's input for the overall economic growth continues to go up.more
China issued a master plan on Wednesday for the construction of the Chengdu-Chongqing economic circle, demonstrating its determination to foster a key growth pole in western China.more
China's industrial production continued to expand in the first nine months of the year, with the high-tech manufacturing sector posting strong performance, official data showed on Monday.
Innovative agricultural products, ranging from 40-kg watermelons to screw-like chilies, have caught the eyes of visitors to the ongoing Tianjin International Seed Expo 2021.
The number of 5G users in China has reached 450 million, according to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.