The energy industry is waiting for a new plan on nuke energy development following Japan nuclear crisis.
The government is set to make it easier for civil charity societies to register in the country.
China's maritime authorities have urged ConocoPhillips China to clean up the oil-polluted seabed in Northeast China's Bohai Bay by Sunday.
The State Council, China's cabinet, released a circular on Tuesday urging increased openness in government affairs.
China, the largest foreign holder of US debt, is faced with the challenge of diversifying a massive foreign exchange portfolio endangered by a weakening dollar, economists said on Monday.
A group of religious extremists led by militants trained in overseas terrorist camps was behind the terror attack on civilians in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.
The Beijing-Shanghai high-speed railway was not as popular in its first month of operation as many had expected.
China's top auditor on Monday said its local branches pinpointed 328.05 billion yuan of problem funds after having audited 157,000 units last year.
The Red Cross Society of China responded to netizens' doubts about its donation information on Monday.
The rain-generated floods and storms starting in July have left 22 dead and forced the evacuation of 50,000 in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
Central authorities have issued the first regulations forbidding township and village officials from appropriation of land, embezzlement and vote buying.
In the aftermath of the train crash, more than 20 million micro-bloggers demonstrated power.