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‘New normal’ good for business

The “new normal” of the Chinese economy will create a more favorable business environment for foreign firms, Premier Li said.

Antitrust policy ‘treats all fairly’

Vice-Premier Zhang Gaoli said China will treat domestic and foreign firms equally in antimonopoly law enforcement.

Reforms could have global impact, vice-minister says

China is adjusting to a more sustainable long-term economic growth model, which will have impact on the global economy.


China to step out of worst period: economist

The Chinese economy will likely step out of the worst period of the current macroeconomic cycle this year or the next, an economist said on June 25.

Top economist says growth levels can be maintained

Justin Yifu Lin, former chief economist and senior vice-president of the World Bank, said growth of 7 percent is both achievable and necessary at Peking University.

China to offer more global opportunities

Rebalancing the economy by boosting services, consumption and innovation will result in global opportunities, an economist said.




Innovation vital to solve urbanization challenges

Innovation will help China better tackle the traffic and environmental challenges in its urbanization drive, industry leaders said at the China Development Forum.

Coal to remain at head of energy table

China’s coal-dominated energy mix will not change for the next two decades because increased reliance on imported oil poses a threat to the country’s energy security.

Aim is to be world-class megaregion

China needs to transition to a new coordinated and consolidated model of regional development in order to offset the future challenges of urbanization.


Jacob A. Frenkel, chairman of JP Morgan Chase International: China has become a very, very good example, a shining example of how you can grow.

Daniel Kirchert, president of Dongfeng Infiniti Motor Co Ltd: The idea of the “new normal”, of the transformation from an investment-driven to an innovation-driven economy, is correct.