The Spanish government on Friday approved an economic relief package worth 11 billion euros (13.13 billion U.S. dollars) that includes seven billion euros in direct aid to struggling companies affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
China's monetary authorities announced on Friday the launch of a pilot cash-pooling service for multinational companies that integrates domestic and foreign currency management to facilitate the use of cross-border capital.
China's top market watchdog on Friday imposed administrative penalties on 12 companies including Internet giants Tencent and Baidu for violating anti-monopoly law in 10 deals.
"The project, one of the largest chemical joint ventures of Royal Dutch Shell in China, underlines our confidence in the expansion of our chemical business in China and our long-standing partnership with CNOOC," Vigeveno said.
China will step up efforts to spur innovation as it builds the new development paradigm in the coming five years, bringing sustained growth momentum to its economy and great opportunities to foreign businesses, officials and experts said on Thursday.
China is taking concrete action at home and overseas to advance free trade, with the country signing and implementing a number of such agreements.Last month, the Ministry of Commerce made progress in negotiations with the Republic of Korea on trade, investment and markets, after signing a free-trade agreement upgrade protocol with New Zealand in January.
Aviation Industry Corp of China, the nation's major aircraft maker, is developing an airship to meet potential demand from tourists, according to a project insider.
Over 60 percent of the planned exhibition space at the fourth China International Import Expo (CIIE) has already been booked, said the CIIE Bureau on Thursday.
More than 400 leading brands from over 50 countries and regions will participate in the first China International Consumer Products Expo, the organizer said Wednesday.
Despite lingering uncertainties about the COVID-19 pandemic, nearly 75 percent of the companies from the United States remain optimistic on expanding their operations and earning profits in China over the next two years.
China is developing faster bullet trains to operate at higher speeds, according to a top railway industry official.
China's new five-year plan, currently under review at the ongoing annual "two sessions," has come under the spotlight as analysts expect the development blueprint of the world's second-largest economy to inject more certainties and bring fresh opportunities to the pandemic-rattled world.
More cutting-edge technologies, including artificial intelligence, big data, 5G, cloud computing and 3D digital modeling, should be introduced via infrastructure construction to further enhance connectivity within the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area in the years ahead.
Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong province, along with Hong Kong have formulated an implementation plan for the construction of an intelligent manufacturing cooperation zone.
A shortage of semiconductors for car manufacturers in North America could end by mid-year, but will cause a drop in vehicle production, President of Mexico's National Auto Parts Industry (INA) Oscar Albin said on Monday.
The total power generation of northwest China's Qinghai Province hit about 6.55 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh) in February, with more than 40 percent from new energy, the province's new biggest source of electricity.
Experiences accumulated from the development and export of COVID-19 vaccines will help bolster the presence of Chinese pharmaceutical, biotech and medical product companies on the world arena.
Bullet trains will start to run in China's Tibet Autonomous Region by July 1, and the China-Laos railway will open in December of this year, the country's railway operator said on Saturday.
China's foreign currency reserves stood at 3.2049.9 trillion U.S. dollars at the end of February, down from 3.2106.7 trillion U.S. dollars registered at the end of January, the central bank said Sunday.
China's logistics activities moderated last month due to the week-long Spring Festival holiday, industry data showed.
China's total goods imports and exports expanded 32.2 percent year on year to 5.44 trillion yuan (about 838.16 billion U.S. dollars) in the first two months of 2021, sustaining growth momentum in previous months, official data showed Sunday.
Some movie theaters in New York reopened for business on Friday after all cinemas were shut down in the city on March 17, 2020 together with nightclubs, small theater houses and concert venues amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
China will keep its fiscal policy basically stable and make no sharp turns in 2021, the finance minister said Friday.
U.S. employers added 379,000 jobs in February, with the unemployment rate little changed at 6.2 percent, the Labor Department reported Friday.
China will actively participate in the formulation of international rules and technical standards on data security, digital currency and data tax, according to a draft outline of the 14th Five-Year Plan for national economic and social development and the long-range objectives through the year 2035.
China actively considers joining the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), according to a draft outline of the 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-2025) for national economic and social development and the long-range objectives through the year 2035.
China will continue to make efforts to improve the business environment which is based on market principles, governed by law and up to international standards.
China will make efforts to build its strength in the transport sector, with a number of key projects to be carried out.
China will promote diversification of its industrial and supply chains amid efforts to make them more modernized.
China will speed up the construction of new infrastructure, and use digital technology to upgrade traditional infrastructure.