China's Hubei Province, the epicenter of the ongoing novel coronavirus outbreak, said "green channels" are being built for e-commerce platforms to play a bigger role in ensuring the provision of supplies for local people.
China has rolled out policies to support enterprises to ensure existing jobs through measures like unemployment insurance and vocational training subsidies.
Over half of the companies in China's auto industry are resuming production in the country as the number of confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus each day continues to decline.
China's top industry planner is likely to loosen up requirements on new energy vehicle production to better promote development, which is being thought of as a significant step for the industry.
The novel coronavirus has changed the optimism on China's economy seen at the beginning of this year into nervousness now. The whole country is mobilized to fight the COVID-19 epidemic, and China's financial markets are not exempted. Stock, bond, foreign exchange or FX, and commodity markets all re-opened on Feb 3, which showed confidence in the leadership and enabled those who need liquidity to sell their positions for cash.
The People's Bank of China (PBOC), the country's central bank, drained 300 billion yuan (about 43 billion U.S.However, with 300 billion yuan of reverse repos maturing Monday, the PBOC actually drained 300 billion yuan from the market.
While most businesses delayed resuming work after the Chinese New Year holiday due to the COVID-19 outbreak, supermarkets and other suppliers of daily necessities had to work harder during the extended holiday.
Traditional Chinese medicine or TCM as an industry appears to have found added significance as more and more people look for immunity-boosting health supplements and safe and effective drugs for quick relief from various symptoms
The General Administration of Customs has opened special channels at all clearance sites across the country to fast-track clearance services for imported supplies related to epidemic prevention.
Chinese internet-based businesses are pulling out all the stops to contribute big money, donations, medical supplies, equipment, technologies, expertise and innovations to help combat the novel coronavirus.
The outbreak of novel coronavirus pneumonia in China has seen various types of lenders making an all-out effort to meet the financing needs of a range of businesses devoted to disease prevention and control.
The novel coronavirus epidemic will not alter the fundamentals of China's foreign trade, foreign investment and core position within the global industrial chain from a long-term perspective.
Leading telecom operator China Unicom said Sunday that it will work with China Telecom to finish construction on 250,000 5G base stations across the country by the end of the third quarter.
More and more enterprises have turned to produce medical supplies in shortage at "China speed" with the aid of governments at all levels across the nation.
The school closure amid the epidemic outbreak has not stopped Chinese students from learning as they turn to the Internet to attend classes, bolstering the rise of e-learning.
U.S. supermarket giant Costco moved to restrict daily flow ceiling of shoppers to 2,000 people at its Shanghai outlet and required consumers to wear face masks all the time within the supermarket.
Energy supplies including coal and oil were largely sufficient in China as a majority of mines and refineries resumed operation, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) said Sunday.
Artificial intelligence enterprises should give full play to their advantages to help resume work and production.
The electricity price of enterprise users except those in high energy consuming sectors will be cut by 5 percent from Feb. 1 to June 30, China's economic planner said on Saturday.
China's transport industry saw upbeat signs of work resumption, with firms in the sector and major construction projects reporting orderly operation amid the novel coronavirus outbreak.
A freight train loaded with 43 containers departed from the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou Friday, the first China-Europe train to resume operation in the city after the Spring Festival.
Some 99 percent of China's major chain supermarkets have resumed operation after a long holiday break disrupted by the outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), industry data showed.
Companies from all over the world are actively signing up for the 3rd China International Import Expo (CIIE) via non-contact means amid the epidemic, according to the CIIE bureau.
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) by Chinese companies in 2020 will likely be on par with last year once the coronavirus outbreak is contained, said global auditing and consulting firm PwC.
China's vegetable supplies were generally sufficient despite an uptick in prices, according to data from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs.
China's Ministry of Transport (MOT) has called for promoting effective investments in the sector, urging work resumption on major projects to meet the country's annual investment goal on the traffic network.
EgyptAir, the flagship carrier of Egypt, announced on Thursday that it will resume flights to and from China starting from Feb 27.
U.S. electric carmaker Tesla's gigafactory in Shanghai has resumed full production, news portal Shanghai Observer reported.
Chinese tech giant Huawei announced here on Thursday that it has so far been awarded 91 commercial 5G contracts and shipped over 600,000 5G Massive MIMO Active Antenna Units (AAUs).
While the novel coronavirus outbreak stopped many businesses from resuming work, the extended Spring Festival holiday turned out to be a hectic time for suppliers of key necessities for pets.