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Carbon Quota Trade More Active in China
(Mar 23, 2010) Enterprises in Guangdong Province are heading to a green and sustainable development, and one enterprise in Guangzhou has bought a "carbon emission cancellation" quota that allows it to offset its emission last year. Carbon transactions have become more popular in Guangdong. The enterprise in Guangzhou spent US$10,000 buying quotas for ...
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Private Enterprises Fall Under the Low-carbon Spell
(Mar 22, 2010) Many private enterprises in the Pearl River Delta have shifted focus to developing new industries such as photovoltaic, wind energy and electronic information, putting on a new face for a low-carbon economy. Incomplete statistics show private enterprises in the Pearl River Delta have invested over RMB10 billion in developing low-carbon ...
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State Council Approves Qaidam Circular Economic Pilot Zone
(Mar 22, 2010) China plans to explore the path of circular economy in the western regions, a move made to activate development of the relatively underdeveloped western provinces and ensure a sustainable growth mode. The State Council has approved the ten-year development plan of Qaidam Circular Economic Pilot Zone, the largest of its ...
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MOF: Exit Strategy Both Science and Art
(Mar 22, 2010) China will exit its stimulus packages in a gradual and steady manner, aiming to maintain the healthy and sustainable economic growth momentum, says Wang Jun, Vice Minister of Finance (MOF). It is more difficult for a country to kick off exit strategies than initiating the stimulus measures, says Wang, explaining ...
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China Strives for Socio-economic Balance
(Mar 22, 2010) China needs to accelerate economic development patterns and advocate an innovative and coordinated growth path that combats thorny social and economic problems, says Zhang Yutai, President of the Development Research Center of the State Council. Speaking at the opening ceremony of China Development Summit 2010, Zhang notes that expanding domestic ...
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Shenzhen Seeks Public Opinion about Minimum Wage Rise
(Mar 19, 2010) Shenzhen will raise the minimum wage in July this year, giving laborers a comparable or even better wage rise than those in the Yangtze River Delta Region. Wang Min, Director with Shenzhen's Bureau of Human Resources and Social Security, says the department is studying the wage adjustment on the basis ...
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Yinchuan To Invest RMB22bn in 130 Fixed Asset Projects
(Mar 19, 2010) Yinchuan City, Ningxia will continue to strengthen the trade flows and investment in fixed assets, supporting at least 130 trade projects this year. Yinchuan will select a total of 130 model projects of fixed asset investment, concerning a total amount of RMB22.1 billion. These projects are industry representation and will ...
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SOE Profits up 89% in Jan and Feb 2010
(Mar 19, 2010) State-owned enterprises (SOEs) in China profited RMB250.32 billion in January and February combined, up 88.9% year-on-year. The total amount of operating income of SOEs rose 42.2% year-on-year to RMB4,057.65 billion in the first two months, of which centrally-administered SOEs netted RMB2,658.6 billion, a surge of 44.7% on year. In breakdown, ...
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78 Central Enterprises Asked To Quit Real Estate Business
(Mar 18, 2010) Seventy-eight central enterprises not in the real estate business will need to quit real estate development and investment, reiterated State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC) yesterday. Preliminary figures by SASAC showed the 78 non-real-estate-focused enterprises would need to speed up restructuring and exit the real estate business after completion ...
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Guiyang Seeks Increased Cooperation with Beijing
(Mar 18, 2010) Guizhou's Guiyang signed 32 contracts of value of RMB24.078 billion at an economic and trade exchanges cum tourist promotion held in Beijing, kicking start a good year of investment. Guiyang wants to strengthen its economic cooperation and industry exchanges with Beijing, Tianjin and Tangshan. The 32 contracts covered projects in ...
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