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· Tianjin halts land sale meant to pay debts of Bohai Steel unit

2018-05-16

Authorities in Tianjin, a port city in North China, have ordered a court to freeze a land auction planned by a creditor of a former unit of the debt-stricken Bohai Steel Group, according to three sources and documents viewed by Reuters

· China's industrial output expands 7 pct in April

2018-05-16

China s industrial output expanded 7 percent in April, increasing from the 6-percent rise in the previous month, official data showed Tuesday

· Central inspectors push for environmental improvement in China

2018-05-16

China s central environmental inspectors have pushed for the addressing of problems found in seven provincial regions, the environmental authority said Tuesday

· China's economic activity holds steady despite uncertainties

2018-05-16

China s economic activity held largely stable in April, with strong momentum in the industrial sector buffering impacts from slowing retail sales and fixed asset investment, data showed Tuesday

· Coal burning no longer major source of Beijing PM2.5: study

2018-05-15

Coal burning is no longer a major source of PM2 5 in Beijing, while car emissions have become the top cause, according to a study released by Beijing s environment watchdog Monday

· Central bank issues draft guidelines for online gold business

2018-05-11

China s central bank has issued draft guidelines for online gold business that ban Internet companies from offering gold deals in any form

· Chinese mainland has 38 nuclear power units in operation

2018-05-02

The Chinese mainland now has 38 nuclear power units in operation, with a total installed capacity of 36 93 million kilowatts, according to China Nuclear Energy Association (CNEA)

· Power demand increases in Q1 as economy firms

2018-04-25

China s electricity consumption, an important indicator of economic activity, rose significantly during the first quarter of this year, as the service sector played a bigger role in driving the economy, the country s energy authority said on Tuesday

· Chinese central SOEs to see more M&As in key sectors: report

2018-04-23

Chinese central State-owned enterprises (SOEs) are predicted to see more mergers and acquisitions (M&As) within three key sectors in 2018, according to the new report by an official think tank

· Shanxi province sees tech as key to its industrial transformation

2018-04-17

Shanxi province, long a powerhouse of coal and steel production, is stepping forward to transform its traditional coal industry and develop more clean energy with the help of technology

· China's power consumption surges fastest over past 5 years in first 2 months

2018-04-09

China s power consumption rose the fastest over the past five years during January and February as industrial growth accelerated, the National Development and Reform Commission said on Sunday

· Villagers happy after changeover to natural gas

2018-04-08

Meng Fanlai, Party chief of Yuanxinzhuang village in Baoding, Hebei province, has witnessed a significant change in the past year since the country promoted a shift from coal as a heating source to natural gas and electricity

· Strong SOEs make headway in China's reforms

2018-04-04

State-owned enterprises (SOEs), the backbone of the Chinese economy, registered strong performance last year and made new headway in China s reforms, especially supply-side structural reform

· Beijing increasingly becoming a coal-free zone

2018-03-30

The consumption of coarse coal in rural areas of Beijing fell by about 3 million metric tons in 2017, as authorities helped switch homes to clean energy alternatives, according to official data released on Tuesday

· Villagers happy after shift to natural gas

2018-03-30

Meng Fanlai, Party chief of Yuanxinzhuang village in Baoding, Hebei province, has witnessed a significant change in the past year since the country promoted a shift from coal as a heating source to natural gas and electricity

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