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Chinese employees working on an energy-saving bulb production line at a lighting factory in Suining, southwest China's Sichuan Province.
Manufacturing Industry Leads the Expansion of China’s Economy

China’s combined provincial economic outputs have exceeded official national figures, bringing to fore the possibility that local officials are involved in inflating their provinces’ economic figures.
Falsifying Economic Data Amounts to Severe Punishment, Warns China’s Top Statistician

The Chinese government lowered the country’s economic growth target to 6.5 percent, as it looking to prevent a housing bubble, lower the pace of new credit, and cut public spending.
China Set for Steady Economic Growth, Reliance on Domestic Demand Seen

As rapid economic growth continues, the pressure on China's status quo further increases, with no other than the Chinese youth emerging as instrumental to a potential revolution.
A Challenge to the Communist Party? Managing Economic Growth Amid Neoliberalism Among Chinese Youth

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Visitors crowd around a light work during Guangzhou International Light Festival on Nov. 22, 2016, in Guangzhou, one of Guangdong's first-tier cities.
China’s Economic Powerhouse: Guangdong Remains Largest Economy by GDP in 2016

Chinese President Xi Jinping meets Gabon's President Ali Bongo Ondimba
China's 2017 Economic Policy Aims Toward Growth & Stability

Workers climb up a railroad construction site of the Chengdu-Dujiangyan railway in Chengdu in Sichuan Province.
China Posts 10 Percent Growth in Provincial Areas Amid Recession

Premier Li Keqiang sees immediate need to boost private investments in China.
Premier Li Urges Private Businesses to Invest in Government's Key Projects

A Chinese day trader reacts as he watches a stock ticker at a local brokerage house on August 27, 2015 in Beijing, China.
China’s GDP Rises 6.7% in First Half of 2016

Chinese banks are currently seeing an increase in non-performing loans.
Major Bank Recapitalization Not Necessary: Experts

One of the challenges encountered by overseas returnees is missing out on major job expos in China, a study by the Center for China and Globalization revealed.
Despite Economic Growth, Overseas Returnees Still Face Challenges

For 2016, the Chinese government has set a 6.5 to 7 percent economic growth target.
China's Economic Planner Optimistic Country's Target Growth Rate Will Be Achieved

China may see a growth slowdown in the next two years.
Chinese Growth to Slow Down to 6 Percent by 2017, IMF Says

China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has called on China’s telecommunications companies to lower Internet prices and raise connection speeds.
China Calls on Telecom Firms to Provide Faster, Cheaper Internet by Year-end

President Xi Jinping is welcomed by South African President Jacob Zuma upon his arrival at the Union Buildings in Pretoria.
China Leads Signing of $6.5 Billion Deals for Infrastructure in South Africa

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