China Daily wins two media awards

2011-12-09 22:18:38

China Daily European Weekly won two international media awards this week - Plain English Campaign and the Association of Circulation Executives (ACE) respectively.

China's CPI growth ease to 4.2% in November

2011-12-09 09:41:58

China's consumer price index (CPI), a main gauge of inflation, rose 4.2 percent year-on-year in November.Retail sales up 17%  Industrial output up 12.4%
Fixed asset investment up 24.5%

Collective wage talks promoted

2011-12-09 08:31:31

Collective bargaining can help reduce labor disputes in the world's largest manufacturing nation.

Passengers prepare for annual peak

2011-12-09 07:23:31

As the Lunar New Year draws closer, the annual human migration is expected to begin on Jan 8.

China: no colonial designs on Africa

2011-12-09 07:37:58

China said it is not responsible for imposing "actually existing" neo-colonialism on Africa.

Modern Silk Road links China, Kazakhstan

2011-12-09 08:31:31

Border trade thrives but visa problems, customs rules are hitting small vendors very hard, Cui Jia and Zhao Shengnan report from Xinjiang and Kazakhstan.

Migrant workers prefer growing roots in cities

2011-12-09 07:53:54

Only about 4 percent of the new generation of migrant workers said they were willing to take up a job in agriculture.

Difficult year ahead for export companies

2011-12-08 07:19:08

China's exports may slow further next year on weakening demand in developed economies and rising costs at home. CASS urges steady policy course in 2012

Toxic metals common in kids' goods

2011-12-08 07:35:31

Nearly 10 percent of children's products sold in Chinese markets contain excessive lead, Greenpeace said.

Red Cross sees no dip in donations

2011-12-08 07:22:28

The total amount of public donations was not that much different from that in previous years.

Year-ender:call it the year of Weibo

2011-12-08 07:48:08

The number of micro-bloggers has grown from 63.11 million by the end of 2010 to 300 million in 2011.

Blueprint sets out control of emissions

2011-12-07 07:11:49

China aims to reduce its carbon emissions for each unit of GDP by 17 percent by 2015 from 2010 levels.