China vows 'zero tolerance' of food safety crime

China is stepping up efforts to guarantee food quality with zero tolerance of food safety crime in a national conference on food safety presided over by Premier Li Keqiang on Thursday.

Divers comb capsized China ship, Premier Li orders transparent probe
Divers comb capsized China ship, Premier Li orders transparent probe

More than 200 divers combed a capsized Chinese ship in the Yangtze River on Wednesday looking for more than 400 missing people, many of them elderly Chinese tourists, as Premier Li Keqiang called for a transparent investigation.

China needs USD 1.3 tn investment for environmental cleanup

 China today said it needs USD 1.3 trillion investments in the next few years to clean up its environment, with pollution control emerging as one of the most important drivers of growth in the world's second largest economy.

Chinese Premier says economy will avoid hard landing

China will avoid a hard landing despite worries over a slowdown in the world`s number two economy and a flagging real-estate market, the country`s Premier Li Keqiang said in a speech in Germany on Saturday.

`China capable of tackling risks confronting its economy`

China is capable of tackling various risks confronting its economy with courage and wisdom to realise sustainable, healthy development in the long term, Premier Li Keqiang said.

`India, China can prevent border issue from affecting ties`

Playing down recent border stand off in Ladakh ahead of Premier Li Keqiang`s visit to India, China said the two sides have the ability to prevent such issues from affecting overall growth of ties.

India, China must shake hands to raise Asia’s standing: Li Keqiang

Ahead of his visit to New Delhi, China`s new Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday said India and China "must shake hands" to make Asia an "engine of the world economy".

Li cheers India-China Foreign Ministers bonhomie

Notwithstanding the recent boundary tensions, Sino-Indian bonhomie was at its best on Friday.

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang rejects US hacking claims

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Sunday rejected the accusation of hacker attacks against the United States, calling it "presumption of guilt."