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  • PetroChina sets up new mask material production line in northeast China

    A branch company of China's largest oil and gas producer PetroChina has put into operation a new production line of melt-blown nonwoven fabric in northeast China's Liaoning Province on Thursday.


  • Delivery services reach 90% of pre-outbreak production

    Express delivery businesses in Wuhan, Central China's Hubei province, the city hardest hit by the COVID-19 outbreak on the Chinese mainland, achieved the planned target of restoring 90 percent of production in mid-April, a transport official said on Wednesday.


  • Factbox: China's progress on business resumption

    Amid further containment of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) epidemic, China is powering ahead in returning to work and resuming business and production. The following are the latest facts and figures.


  • Sino-ROK joint venture restarts ethylene renovation project in Wuhan

    Sinopec-SK (Wuhan) Petrochemical Company Limited, a Sino-ROK joint venture, restarted its key ethylene renovation project on Monday in Wuhan, capital of Hubei Province hard hit by the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).


  • Hubei snack food makers shrug off small impact

    Major snack food retailers in Wuhan, Hubei province, the hardest-hit area in the COVID-19 epidemic in China, have come back to life. They said the impact of the epidemic on their sales is limited and they remain bullish on the long-term prospects of the industry.


  • Nearly 90 pct of SMEs resume operations in Shanghai

    A total of 89 percent of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Shanghai had resumed operations as of Monday, with 79 percent of their employees back to work, local authorities said Tuesday.


  • Spotlight: Resumption of businesses in China boon for global supply chain

    As the coronavirus has spread to more countries around the globe, there are mounting worries about a disruption to global supply chains. Against this backdrop, the resumption of production in China, known as the world's factory, bears global significance.


  • China to accelerate work resumption of courier sector in Hubei

    China will continue to promote work resumption of the courier sector in Hubei, once the hard-hit province of the novel coronavirus, according to the State Post Bureau (SPB).


  • Car plants greenlighted to resume work in Wuhan: official

    Wuhan, China's "motor city" and the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak, has allowed car producers and auto part suppliers to resume work, a Hubei provincial official said Wednesday.


  • Nearly half of Hubei factories resume production

    Nearly half of major industrial enterprises in central China's Hubei Province have resumed production as of Tuesday, signaling a further recovery of the province hard hit by the novel coronavirus outbreak.


  • Over 90pct of 23 carmakers monitored by CAAM resume work

    A majority of the carmakers tracked by the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) have resumed work, said the association on Thursday.


  • Major Chinese courier companies resume operation

    The national delivery network of China's major courier companies has resumed full operation in areas excluding virus-hit Hubei Province, according to Cainiao Network, Alibaba's logistics arm.


  • China's courier industry resumes over 80 pct of normal delivery capacity

    China's courier sector has resumed over 80 percent of its normal delivery capacity with about 3 million deliverymen racing against the ongoing epidemic, according to the State Post Bureau (SPB) Friday.


  • Nearly half of China's SMEs resume work amid epidemic

    Around 45 percent of China's small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) had resumed work by Monday as the country promoted orderly reopening of companies amid the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).


  • China resumes 83.4 pct coal production capacity amid epidemic

    China has resumed 83.4 percent of its coal production capacity amid the fight against the novel coronavirus outbreak, the National Energy Administration (NEA) said Wednesday.


  • Over 90 percent firms resume work in Guangdong

    South China's manufacturing heartland Guangdong Province has seen 91.2 percent of firms resume operation as of Monday, authorities said Tuesday.


  • 94.5 pct of large-scale enterprises in Shanghai resume production

    Shanghai has seen 94.5 percent of industrial enterprises above designated size resume operation with 66 percent of production capacity recovered, local authorities said Monday.


  • 80pct of China's major manufacturing enterprises resume work amid epidemic, March PMI expected to pick up

    Over 80 percent of China’s large and medium-sized manufacturing enterprises have resumed operation amid the national fight against the novel coronavirus outbreak, the Xinhua-run reported on Monday.


  • Infrastructure projects with inv't of RMB78 bln resume construction for coordinated dev. of Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region

    A work resumption activity for 11 major infrastructure projects with investment totaling about 78 billion yuan was held Sunday in Langfang of north China's Hebei Province to boost coordinated development of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region amid the novel coronavirus pneumonia epidemic.


  • Most listed companies resume work in Beijing

    Listed companies are gradually resuming work in Beijing, capital of China, amid the ongoing novel coronavirus pneumonia epidemic. As of Thursday, 348 of the city's 350 listed companies have resumed work, according to the Listed Companies Association of Beijing.


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