On Thursday Chinese Premier Li Keqiang presented the Government Work Report for 2015 to the National People's Congress.
China's leadership has highlighted the need for maintaining reasonable growth as a precondition for the new normal stage of economic development.
China will speed up its strategy for free trade zones, a key initiative in further opening up.
China's move to lower the growth target for 2015 was a reasonable step, a European expert on Chinese studies said here Thursday.
China's slowing economy will be at the forefront as the National People's Congress convenes for its annual meeting.
Domestic and foreign health and pharmaceutical companies will establish 208 programs and projects in Guizhou.
A new beer made with Chinese tea in Syracuse, New York, points to new opportunities for Chinese high-end teas.
Family planning officials say they're anticipating an extra million births in China this year under the loosened family planning policies.
Maldives's crucial tourism industry is facing challenging times as it grapples with declining Chinese.