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  • Shenzhen bourse 2019 to mull multiple rules to create more transparent trading system, report

    China’s Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE) vowed to continuously optimize capital market fundamental rules to craft a transparent SZSE this year, reported Securities Times Tuesday.


  • Financial support key to China's anti-poverty fight

    A senior Chinese official tasked with poverty alleviation spoke highly of various financial services dedicated to the campaign and called for increased support.


  • China targets poverty relief to those most in need

    The Chinese government took concrete measures in 2018 to ensure social welfare for the most disadvantaged people living under the poverty line, according to the Ministry of Civil Affairs.


  • China sees minimum living allowances increase in 2018

    China has made headway in poverty alleviation, with minimum living allowance standards for both urban and rural areas rising in 2018, according to the Ministry of Civil Affairs Thursday.


  • Uganda seeks China's cooperation in promotion, integration of traditional medicine

    Uganda's minister of state for health on Friday said the country will draw lessons from China on integration of traditional and complementary medicine into mainstream health care system.


  • China, Laos ink deal on 21 new LMC special fund projects

    China and Laos signed agreement last Friday in Vientiane on 21 new projects of Laos under the Lancang-Mekong Cooperation (LMC) special fund.


  • China lifts 13.86 mln rural poor out of poverty in 2018

    China lifted 13.86 million people in rural areas out of poverty last year, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said Friday.


  • China sees improving medical condition in poor regions

    China has witnessed major improvement in the medical condition of impoverished counties, with more than 400 hospitals in these areas being upgraded to higher levels, said a senior official with the National Health Commission (NHC) Wednesday.


  • China unveils guideline to boost rural revitalization by finance

    Related Chinese authorities unveiled a guideline on January 29 in line with China's latest policies on rural revitalization to enhance the role of finance in rural development.


  • Online retail sales rocket in Tibet

    Online retail sales in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region surged 58.5 percent year on year in 2018, the regional commerce department said Monday.


  • Across China: Village industries help farmers shake off poverty

    Qiao Chongyang, 28, had previously travel far to a big city for better employment prospects. Now she has a job with a stable income in her hometown.


  • China Life nears 4 trln yuan in assets

    The combined total assets of China Life Insurance (Group) Company neared 4 trillion yuan (around 588.75 billion U.S. dollars) at the end of last year.


  • China's policy bank lends more for pro-poor tourism in 2018

    China's only rural policy bank has reported dramatically rising loans for pro-poor tourism in 2018.


  • China's rural policy bank supports forestry sector with loans

    China's rural policy bank has issued loans of 40.5 billion yuan (about 6 billion U.S. dollars) to help the country's forestry sector.


  • Inner Mongolia to lift 140,000 people out of poverty

    North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region will help 140,000 people and all its county-level regions escape poverty in 2019, local authorities said Monday.


  • Consumption key to poverty relief

    China will encourage urban residents to purchase services and agricultural products from people living in poverty-stricken areas to increase their incomes in a sustainable way and help them emerge from poverty.


  • Chinese firm for China-Laos railway delivers free medical service to Lao villagers

    PowerChina Sinohydro Bureau 3 Co., LTD, a Chinese engineering company that is building the fourth section of the China-Laos railway in northern Laos' Luang Prabang province, has offered charity clinics to the local villagers in mid-January.


  • Chinese courts to ensure better judicial protection of property rights

    Chinese courts will increase efforts to ensure better judicial protection of property rights, according to a meeting of the country's high court presidents.


  • China-Myanmar Cultural Week kicks off in Myanmar major cities

    The China-Myanmar Cultural Week kicked off Wednesday in three major cities of Myanmar, Yangon, Nay Pyi Taw and Mandalay.


  • Chinese economic officials elaborate policies to boost growth

    China's senior economic officials on Tuesday elaborated the country's policies to ensure sustained and healthy economic development.


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