China's consumer prices remained stable in June, while factory-gate inflation eased for the sixth straight month, as the country's efforts to promote the resumption of production and stabilize supply and prices have gradually paid off.
In the face of mounting uncertainties in the international landscape and domestic COVID-19 resurgences, China has positioned infrastructure investment as a policy priority to revive the economy while securing sustainable growth.
Trading of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) under the mainland-Hong Kong stock connect programs began on Monday, marking a significant step to deepening the cooperation of capital markets in both the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong.more
China's automobile market is picking up growth pace as supportive policies spur retail and wholesale sales, lending steam to the country's consumption recovery from COVID-19 jitters.more
China's factory-gate inflation eased for the sixth straight month in June as the country's efforts to promote production resumption and stabilize supply and prices have gradually paid off.
China has unveiled a slew of measures to invigorate automobile circulation and boost auto consumption, as multiple factors have weighed heavily on the industry.