Highlights of China's Economic Statistics for 2010
Highlights from the NBS report on the major economic and social developments in China in 2010.
Tang Xiangyang | 2011-03-03
Opinions on Seed Industry Development to Be Released in March
The Economic Observer has learned that new policies concerning the seed industry will soon be issued.
Jiang Yunzhang | 2011-02-24
People's Congress to Reduce Impact of Changes to Vehicle and Vessel Tax
Tax levied on passenger vehicles with engine capacity equal to or below 2.0 liters is likely to be reduced according to latest draft
Xi Si | 2011-02-23
Foxconn to Raise Base Salary of New Employees
Spokesperson says it's misleading to refer to the adjustment as a pay rise for workers.
Liao Jiehua | 2011-02-22
Reshuffle of Top Leaders at China Iron and Steel Association
The end of an era at CISA, as the public faces of the failed 2009 iron ore negotiations step down
Zhang Xiangdong | 2011-02-22
NBS Announces Overhaul of Property Price Index
The National Bureau of Statistics announced Wednesday morning that it will stop issuing its national index of property prices.
Guo Wei | 2011-02-17
Foxconn and Sony to Build World’s Largest LCD TV Plant
Foxconn and Sony are planning to build the world’s largest LCD TV plant in Yantai City, Shandong Province.
Zhong Ang | 2011-02-17
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Ministry of Environmental Protection to Release Industry Development P...
An industry development plan aimed at encouraging energy-efficiency and environmental protection will soon be submitted to the State Council
Source:Economic Observer Online
Central Government Prepares Launch of Leadership Group to Oversee Powe...
Reforms aimed at splitting specialized auxillary companies off from the country's main power companies are imminent
Source:Economic Observer Online
Japan Earthquake:To Stay or to Go?
Tourists are leaving, and the trend spread to longer-term residents of the country.


Respondents doubt the motives of those leading the attacks
Translations of popular Chinese phrases that reveal something about 2010


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