City's GDP up 6% for year-to-date

Economy

City's GDP up 6% for year-to-date

Finance ministers, central bankers vigilant on trade tensions, urge IMF quota reform - China Economy News
Economy

Finance ministers, central bankers vigilant on trade tensions, urge IMF quota reform

Finance ministers and central bankers worldwide called for concerted efforts to strengthen the multilateral, rules-based trading system amid global trade tensions.
China mulls adjusting implementation of laws for cutting red tape in FTZs - China Economy News
Economy

China mulls adjusting implementation of laws for cutting red tape in FTZs

China is considering adjusting the implementation of six laws to facilitate red tape-cutting reforms in pilot free trade zones as the top legislature started its bimonthly session.
Foreign writers turning a page on Shanghai's rich culture - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Foreign writers turning a page on Shanghai's rich culture

Shanghai Daily caught up with the Shanghai Writing Program's authors after their two-month visit to get their impressions, concerns and what may evolve from the trip.
Trudeau's Liberals win Canada vote, will form minority gov't - World News
World

Trudeau's Liberals win Canada vote, will form minority gov't

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party held onto power in a nail-biter of a Canadian general election on Monday, but as a weakened minority government.
Andrew Yang stresses importance of US-China relationship - World News
World

Andrew Yang stresses importance of US-China relationship

US Democratic presidential contender Andrew Yang stressed the importance of US-China relationship on Monday, urging the two nations to continue working with each other.
Foreign enterprises upbeat on China's digital market - China Tech News
Tech

Foreign enterprises upbeat on China's digital market

Many foreign enterprises are seeking opportunities and cooperation in the area.
Japan emperor completes enthronement in ritual-bound ceremony - World News
World

Japan emperor completes enthronement in ritual-bound ceremony

Japan's new Emperor Naruhito on Tuesday completed his ascension to the ancient Chrysanthemum throne in a solemn, ritual-bound ceremony.

China to surpass US in buildings' power consumption by 2030: EIA - China Nation News
Nation

China to surpass US in buildings' power consumption by 2030: EIA

The US Energy Information Administration said on Monday that the use of electricity by buildings in China will surpass that of the United States by 2030.

Paris 2024 unveils new Olympic and Paralympic emblem - Sport News
Sport

Paris 2024 unveils new Olympic and Paralympic emblem

The Organizing Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024 has unveiled its new emblem.
China to strengthen protection of minors in cyberspace - China Nation News
Nation

China to strengthen protection of minors in cyberspace

China's top legislature on Monday started reviewing a draft revision to the Law on the Protection of Minors, which highlights new stipulations on cyberspace protection.
Panelists share insights into sustainable future - China Opinion
Opinion

Panelists share insights into sustainable future

Panelists from home and abroad aired their views on how Shanghai can achieve high-quality development.
Johnson's new Brexit vote blocked - World News
World

Johnson's new Brexit vote blocked

The speaker of the House of Commons rejected Prime Minister Boris Johnson's attempt to hold a new vote of lawmakers on his Brexit divorce deal.
Thai king's consort stripped of official titles - World News
World

Thai king's consort stripped of official titles

Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn has stripped his 34-year-old consort of all titles for "disloyalty" and apparent "ambition" to match the Queen's position.
Harnessing power to combat poverty - China Nation News
Nation

Harnessing power to combat poverty

Billions have been invested to upgrade power networks in the rural areas of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, in a bid to assist local anti-poverty work.
Taming Yellow River deserts - China Nation News
Nation

Taming Yellow River deserts

The desertified land along the Yellow River in Inner Mongolia has shrunk by 351,800 hectares over the past decade thanks to the region's ecological restoration campaign.
Homecomings bring new life to remote villages - China Nation News
Nation

Homecomings bring new life to remote villages

Chen Shifa, 68, left his home town at 14 and returned at long last to the deep mountains of central China's Henan Province.
China 'unicorns' outdo Americans - China Company News
Company

China 'unicorns' outdo Americans

There were 206 Chinese firms out of a global total of 494 ultra-valuable startups – known as "unicorns" – in June 2019, according to the research firm Hurun Report.
FitFam brings fitness to the masses - Lifestyle in China
Lifestyle

FitFam brings fitness to the masses

One co-founder of the popular exercise community says fitness is a right that should be accessible to everyone.
Centre Pompidou to open doors soon in Shanghai - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

Centre Pompidou to open doors soon in Shanghai

A local branch of the famed Paris museum is set to open next month. The project is part of ongoing cultural collaborations between China and France.
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