The amendment to the Antimonopoly Law of China came into force on August 1, which highlighted the importance of encouraging innovation, and promoting fair competition in the digital economy.
Industrial sectors play a pivotal role in achieving the goals of carbon peaking and neutrality.
These two standards have been published by the International Union of Railways (UIC) recently.
Currently, there are more than 900 million people living in China's cities and towns.
China will make efforts to cut carbon emissions in the urban and rural construction sector and achieve a systematic green and low-carbon transformation of the sector. That's according to a recent implementation plan released by China's Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development and National Development and Reform Commission.
Supporting measures will be rolled out by relevant departments.
By 2035, the total length of national roads is expected to reach 461,000 km.
Rare birds are a regular sight fluttering about the mangroves in Dongzhai Harbor National Nature Reserve in south China's Hainan province, adding to the beauty of flora and fauna in this coastal landscape.
The research and exploration efforts on Yellow River culture are expected to be continuously strengthened.
The county’s government is going all out to create a favorable environment for innovation.
To reinforce the deep integration of the innovative industrial chain, an action plan on strengthening collaborative innovation partnerships between universities and enterprises was released this July.
In the first half of 2022, the trade in goods between China and countries along the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) reached 6.3 trillion RMB, increasing by 17.8 percent compared with that of last year.
The U.S. administration should correctly view China's scientific progress and China-U.S. ties in scientific sectors.