Director to be replaced by finance ministry official, Bloomberg reports National Bureau of Statistics Director Ma Jiantang is expected to leave his post and be replaced by a current vice-finance minister, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday. An ... CHINAdaily, 1 month ago
[BEIJING] China will appoint Vice-Finance Minister Wang Baoan as the country's statistics chief, succeeding Ma Jiantang who has taken up a new job, government sources said on Wednesday. Mr Wang's appointment could be announced "in the near term", ...BT Invest, 1 month ago China vice finmin tipped to be new stats chief -govt sources Sharenet, 1 month ago
By Michael Lelyveld As China seeks to rekindle its slower-growing economy, it continues to struggle with shoddy statistical reports. The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) has tried for much of the past decade to improve the accuracy of its ...Eurasia Review, 1 week ago
BEIJING, May 16 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Premier Li Keqiang highlighted the spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship in hope of a more healthy and effective economy on Saturday. Li made the remarks in a written instruction at the start of a week-long ...Xinhua News Agency, 1 week ago Chinese Premier highlights innovation, entrepreneurship Shanghai Daily, 1 week ago
IN Dongguan, a precision mold-processing plant is using 1,000 robotic arms to phase out positions once filled by 2,000 human workers. As a vital hub in the sprawling factory complex that has long underpinned the economy of south China's Guangdong ...Shanghai Daily, 2 weeks ago Xinhua Insight: Robot factories China's answer to labor shortage Individual.com, 3 weeks ago Robot factories China's answer to labor shortage CHINAdaily.com.cn, 3 weeks ago
BEIJING, May 7 -- The State Council, China's cabinet, has reshuffled its senior government officials. Lin Huiqing was named vice minister of education, replacing Li Weihong, according to a statement from the council on Thursday. The cabinet named ...People.com.cn, 3 weeks ago
China's slackened pace of GDP growth over recent years has stirred world-wide concern about the country's economy. Official data released in late February showed that China's GDP expanded by 7.4 per cent in 2014. This rate met the government's ...The Star (Kenya), 2 months ago
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