The mainland's industrial output rose in August and is expected to continue rising this year as Beijing pumps more money in to boost the flagging economy, according to official data.Thursday, 9 September, 1999, 12:00am
The mainland experienced its slowest growth rate in seven years during the first half of the year, underlining the difficulty Beijing would have in achieving its target of 8 per cent for the year.
The economy grew by 7 per cent in the first six months as the impact of the regional crisis and unusually bad weather conditions took their toll.18 Jul 1998 - 12:00am
THE year-long programme of economic rectification has failed to promote any fundamental changes in state enterprises and the investment system, two bottlenecks of the economy.27 Aug 1994 - 12:00am
STATISTICS released by the Government yesterday showed that the country's economy remained critical and unstable despite efforts by the authorities to keep prices down to a healthy level.
According to figures released by the State Statistical Bureau (SSB), the national consumer price index - China's key indicator of inflation - soared 21.7 per cent in April over 1993.20 May 1994 - 12:00am
CHINA's economy is growing hotter again as the latest government statistics indicate a dramatic surge in industrial output last month, according to official reports.
The State Statistics Bureau (SSB) said China's industry had swiftly rebounded, with a growth of 29.8 per cent in December, up by about 11 percentage points from the previous month.10 Jan 1994 - 12:00am