Premier Li on Thursday warned "formidable difficulty" in 2015, setting a slower growth target, but stressed his confidence in the ongoing reform to start new development engines. >> Full Coverage
China's ongoing two annual political sessions have once again hit major headlines, as the world is anticipating the country's new measures to cope with its growth slowdown to a state of "new normal."
A blueprint for upgrading China's manufacturing industry by 2025 is in the pipeline and will be submitted to the country's cabinet for deliberation in the near future.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and other leaders on Wednesday vowed to fully implement the "Four Comprehensives" strategic layout in order to realize economic and social development targets.
Will there be another "unexpected" hit-phrase in this year’s two sessions? >> part I
Huawei is both a "Made in China" brand and a business card representing China's new image. Its success is also a microcosm of the Chinese dream.