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Overhaul of anti-graft legislation on the way

By:Zhang Yi 2014-11-19

Criminal law outdated and out of touch with realities, experts say. China will upgrade anti-corruption legislation as it continues a campaign to build a clean government and practice austerity. Anti-graft laws will be introduced into n...

Inbound adventuring

By:Zhang Chunyan 2014-11-14

Tourists give China a miss, efforts are under way to find out why. There is a huge increase in Chinese tourists shopping in Oxford Street, London, or strolling in Stratford-upon-Avon, part of a storied wave of outbound tourists, but China i...

Internet financing sees solid growth amid challenges

By: 2014-11-05

“Internet will inevitably penetrate the financial sector as Taobao and WeChat have changed people's habits of shopping and communication,” said Jiang Qiping, secretary-general of the Information Research Center at the Chinese Acade...

70% of Chinese overseas willing to return for work

By:Cindy Gu 2014-11-03

In a survey conducted on Chinese living in North America by CareerBuilder, a recruiting company, 70 percent of participants expressed willingness to work in China or start a new business in China. Of these, 24.69 percent were highly willi...

Key think tank scales back outlook for 2014

By:Zheng Yangpeng 2014-10-29

CASS cuts GDP forecast to 7.3%, citing the impact of downturn in property sector The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences on Oct 10 lowered its forecast for this year's GDP growth to 7.3 percent, one of many institutions that are paring back th...

Pollution choking China’s inbound tourism industry

By:Su Zhou 2014-10-24

New report blames terrorism, dirty air for annual declines in foreigner visits China's inbound tourism market is still struggling to bounce back in the midst of rising concerns about issues such as air pollution, according to a new report...