China's stimulus plans win world praise

Although uncertainties still remain for the economy, China's stimulus plans have won applauses at the Summer Davos forum. Domestic demand key to drive economy

Wen: RMB yet to become int'l currency

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said it still takes time for Renminbi (RMB), the Chinese currency, to fully become an international currency.

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China and World

China's stimulus moves conducive to world

China's stimulus measures were not only a cure for the country's economy, but also conducive to other countries' efforts to deal with the financial crisis and economic downturn, said David Wright, Vice-Chairman of the Barclays Capital.


Narrowing the trust deficit

One year after the global financial crisis has spread to almost every country and triggered a crisis of confidence in the global economy, the Summer Davos in Dalian - that opens today - is set to help build trust, to generate a new wave of economic growth.

Green Economy

China on road to low carbon technologies

Despite the global economic downturn, China is fast becoming the world leader in the race to develop and commercialize low carbon technologies, amid the efforts to slow down the global warming, a new report by the London-based Climate Group has found.


Macedonian PM: Chinese companies welcomed in Macedonia

Nikola Gruevski, Prime Minister of the Republic of Macedonia, talked about his meeting with Premiere Wen Jiabao and his impression of the forum during an interview with China Daily.

Hony Capital disputes rumors of going public

Market savvy to survive downturn

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