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MOFCOM wants to penalize violators of rules on mergers and deals.
China’s Ministry of Finance Cracks Down on Companies’ Unapproved Mergers

Banning foreign investments in online publishing services is aimed at protecting the nation's ideology and culture security.
Foreign Online Publishing No Longer Allowed in China

China has been able to establish 75 overseas economic and trade cooperation zones in 35 participating countries and regions.
Belt and Road Initiative in Its Early Stage Has Already Contributed to Economic Growth

China's industrial sectors have been struggling because of declining prices and slugging demand.
New Measures Aim to Support China’s Industrial Sectors: Official Statement

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Smoke billows from smokestacks at a steel factory in the industrial province of Hebei, China, Nov. 19, 2015.
China Making Strides in Cutting Steel Overcapacity, Says Commerce Ministry

The TPP, signed on Thursday in Auckland, New Zealand, includes the United States, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Brunei, Peru, Canada, Singapore, Chile, Vietnam, Malaysia and Japan.
China Mulling Favorable Options Concerning TPP

Retail sales of consumer goods in Beijing have exceeded 1 trillion yuan ($152 billion) in 2015, up 7.3 percent year on year, making Beijing China's biggest shopping city.
Beijing Tops Chinese Cities in Consumer Spending for Eight Straight Years

In 2015, exports in rail transportation, machine tools, rail industries, and aviation technology grew by 15 to 30 percent.
China Shifts Focus to Higher Value Added Products This Year

The European Commission is set to launch an expiry review of the anti-dumping and countervailing measures applicable to imports of PV modules and key components from China.
China Calls on EU to Abolish Tariffs on PV Exports

A mother carries her son while the boy wears a Halloween mask at a shopping store in Wuhan, Hubei Province, Oct. 26, 2015.
China Unveils Plans to Boost Consumer Spending

Chinese authorities will continue to implement measures to prevent counterfeit goods from being exported out of the country.
China Vows to Prevent Counterfeits from Being Exported Abroad

As a result of weak performance in imports, China's trade surplus ballooned by 75.3 percent to 2.99 trillion yuan.
Focus on Exports and Overseas Consumption Leads to Decline in Imports

Shoppers buy products at a Guangzhou Grandbuy store, the largest department-store chain in the city.
Retail Stores Operated by Cross-border E-commerce Firms Open in Guangzhou

Commerce Minister Gao Hucheng answers questions during a press conference for the third session of China's 12th National People's Congress in Beijing, March 2015.
Bilateral Trade Between China, U.S. Likely to Exceed $1 Trillion by 2024

The upcoming visit is seen as a chance to further strengthen Sino-American ties, which have been under strain as of late.
Forthcoming U.S. State Visit Seeks to Bolster Sino-American Ties

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