At least 12 central government departments, including the anti-corruption authority, are nearly a month behind on reporting how much they spent in 2010.
China's banking regulator said it will step up monitoring of loans to local government financing platforms and the property market in the second half of the year.
The country's new individual income tax law features an increased monthly tax exemption threshold.
China successfully launched an orbiter into space at 5:44 am Beijing Time Wednesday, as a part of its indigenous satellite navigation.
Police released the names of 28 of the dead along with places of residence and identity card numbers.
China climbed up the world rankings to 5th-largest outbound direct investor last year and there is still huge potential for a higher placing.
Some private hospitals in Guangdong province are providing medicines that stimulate ovulation to women who are trying to bypass the family planning policy by having multiple births.
A total of 89 kidnapped infants were rescued and 369 suspects arrested in two major human trafficking cases this month.
Thunderstorms have been battering southwest Chongqing Municipality -- damaging homes and farmland, cutting power supplies, and affecting approximately 275,000 people since July 21.
China's central government has allocated 2.5 billion yuan ($387.8 million) as basic living allowances for orphans this year.
The death toll from Saturday's Wenzhou train crash, in East China's Zhejiang province, rose to 39 on Monday.