China Daily

CNNC sticks to highest security standard

(China Daily) China National Nuclear Corp has said that fuel loading delays at the first AP1000 reactor in the Sanmen nuclear power plant in Zhejiang province are due to security concerns and the nuclear power producer expects to complete the... Read more ...

Service sector to further open up

(China Daily) China will further open up its service sector to foreign investors, the Commerce Ministry said on Thursday. The move is part of the country's long-term commitment to shift its economy toward a growth model driven by consumption,... Read more ...

Rebound expected in China’s TV sales

(China Daily) China's television industry is expected to rebound this year after witnessing a downturn in 2017, with sales ascending to 48.98 million units, up 3.1 percent year-on-year, an industry report said. The sales of televisions in the... Read more ...

Made in China 2025 roadmap updated

(China Daily) China aims to become the world's leading manufacturer of telecommunication, railway and electrical power equipment by 2025, as the country ramps up its implementation of the Made in China 2025 strategy, according to a new roadmap... Read more ...

Carlyle to launch new fund in China

(China Daily) Carlyle Group LP, a US private equity firm, said on Thursday that it is raising its second renminbi-denominated fund and plans to accelerate investment in China to tap the growth opportunities in the country. The Washington-based... Read more ...

China births drop 3.5% in 2017: Report

SHANGHAI: Births in mainland China fell by 3.5 per cent to 17.23 million last year, the China Daily reported on Friday (Jan 19), citing figures from the country's statistics bureau. The fall in the number of births in 2017 came despite a 2016 move to relax China's so-called "one-child policy" and ....

Foreign Firms Under Fire Over Taiwan, Tibet References

The past week has seen a series of moves by the Cyberspace Administration of China and other official bodies to police sensitive political references on foreign companies’ websites, in part based on national security provisions in the country’s new cybersecurity law. The same law was als...