Rise in respiratory illnesses in mainland China may be driven by known pathogens, but, as with Covid-19, vigilance and transparency are required
“Curbs [from the United States] have inevitably impacted our supply chain, but at the same time it has also offered opportunities to develop our local industrial chain
Beijing is ramping up efforts to mitigate the outsized economic implications of risky debt holdings among China’s poorest regions, reaching into its policy toolbox to fix the problem.
The bilateral agreement takes effect in June, giving China a shorter and cheaper route to transport goods from its northeastern region to its eastern economic powerhouse.
A travel agency in China’s bordering Liaoning province is also promoting itineraries to North Korea starting from mid-June, while a source says the full reopening of the land border remains ‘entirely up to North Korea’.
The discovery shows the dinosaur ate a long list of animals including mammals, fish, birds, and lizards, the university announced. Microraptor fossils were first discovered in the early 2000s in Liaoning, China.
BMW has confirmed that it will invest an additional 10 billion yuan (US$1.4 billion) towards increasing capacity at a battery plant in China’s northern Liaoning province.
President vows to peg the country’s modernisation to the principle of ‘wealth and happiness for all’.
China will officially launch its fifth national economic census next year, with the national statistics agency chief promising efforts will be made to prevent and punish data fraud.
The province of Liaoning epitomises the precarious nature of China’s regional banking system, which has been blighted by allegations of financial crimes and bad loans.
As more cities announce mass-testing initiatives, analysts warn that the cost of such efforts will further pressure local authorities and municipal coffers that are already being strained by attempts to shore up economic growth.
A year after President Xi Jinping declared an end to extreme poverty in China, the economic fallout from Beijing’s zero-Covid ambitions is taking a hefty toll on livelihoods, especially in poorer regions.
For many local authorities in places such as China’s northeastern rust belt, the economic costs of stringent lockdowns may be nothing compared with the political implications of a runaway outbreak.
Wang Dawei is the latest in a string of senior police and judicial figures to be targeted by the country’s top graft-busting watchdog.
China’s local governments are pulling out all the stops to lure investment – especially in advanced technology – amid mounting economic challenges, including a slowdown in the property market.
After poor planning by local governments and grid operators, a severe shortage of coal continues to fuel questions about when the rolling blackouts will come to an end.
Despite hostile climates – from frigid and dry to humid and rainy – wine is being grown across many regions of China today and its quality is improving fast
China’s top economic policymakers took a field trip to Liaoning province this week to solicit opinions on the region’s next stage of development, with an aim to promote Beijing’s push for technological self-sufficiency.
The National Health Commission said comments that three provinces would be allowed to adopt new policies did not mean it would end limits on family size.
Merger will establish a ‘first-class urban commercial bank’ that absorbs the dozen existing local banks on ‘market-oriented’ and ‘law-based’ principles, according to China’s central bank.
Communist Party and government officials in Beijing ordered not to leave city for duration of New Year and Lunar New Year holidays.
Liaoning Flying Leopards stage an incredible comeback to keep their hopes of a second title in three years alive against the Guangdong Southern Tigers.
Pharmacist who performed life-saving procedure on 72-year-old who collapsed in his shop did not violate any medical procedures, legal panel rules.
Liaoning province is pinning its hopes on the plan, a lightning rod in the US-China trade war, to turn around inefficient industries and revitalise growth.
Liaoning reported 6.1 per cent growth in the first quarter of 2019 but its state-owned industrial giants continue to haemorrhage funds.
The continuing decline of Northeastern China’s low-tech industries is hastening a drain of talented workers, worsening the region’s outlook.
The services industry in the provinces of Liaoning, Jilin and Heilongjiang combined is less than a third of the size of Guangdong’s.
Liaoning, Jilin and Heilongjiang were the birthplace of China’s industrialisation in the 1950s, but now contribute just 6.3 per cent to gross domestic product combined.
Poverty busting project in northern China was meant to increase cultivation of green vegetables. Instead, more than 100 inadequate wells have been abandoned.