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  • New Action for Energy Conservation, Carbon Reduction

    China's State Council recently released a two-year action plan aimed at energy conservation and carbon reduction to support the carbon peaking and carbon neutrality goals.

  • Zhejiang Embarks on Data IPR Trials

    In late May, Zhejiang province issued a guideline on deepening the reform of data intellectual property rights (IPRs) to promote high-quality development. This is China's first provincial-level policy specifically focused on data intellectual property.

  • Industry Standards for Service-oriented Manufacturing

    To better integrate advanced manufacturing with modern service industries, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology recently issued a guideline to establish standards for service-oriented manufacturing.

  • Developing Digital Villages Prioritized

    China has unveiled version 2.0 of its guideline for building digital villages, a move aimed at tackling emerging challenges while driving rural revitalization through information technology.

  • Blueprint to Modernize China's IP Protection

    In its latest move to motivate innovation and create a sound business environment, China has taken a significant step forward in bolstering its intellectual property (IP) protection system.

  • China to Build More Top-level Archaeological Institutions

    The National Cultural Heritage Administration (NCHA) issued a trial guideline to assist with the development of world-leading archaeological institutions in late May, aiming to elevate the overall impact of China's archaeological institutions and accelerate the high-quality development of cultural relics and archaeology.

  • Tapping Data Value to Build Digital China

    The outlook for China's digital development in 2023 was promising, with its total computing power reaching 230 EFLOPS, ranking second globally. That was revealed by the Digital China Development Report (2023) released during the 7th Digital China Summit that opened in Fuzhou city, southeast China's Fujian province on May 24.

  • Sci-tech Innovation Gets Tax Breaks

    Expenditures funded by enterprises for specific basic research are now allowed to be deducted at the rate of 100 percent before tax. In addition, the income generated from the commercialization of sci-tech achievements will enjoy tax incentives, including value-added tax (VAT) reduction and income tax reduction.

  • Regulating the E-bike Sector

    Chinese government departments recently released a slate of measures to promote the standardized and healthy development of the electric bicycle (e-bike) industry, and enhance the quality and safety level of related products.

  • Construction of Original Tech Sources Initiated

    Quantum information, brain-like intelligence and biomanufacturing are just a few of the 36 diverse fields of 52 original technology sources to be established with support from 40 central state-owned enterprises (SOEs).

  • Plan to Combat Parasitic Diseases

    China's National Disease Control and Prevention Administration, along with 14 other government departments, recently issued a comprehensive plan for the prevention and control of key parasitic diseases.

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Revived China-Japan-ROK Summit a 'Golden Opportunity'

Experts and scholars from the three countries shared their insights on this high-level meeting and trilateral cooperation in economy, trade and technological innovation at the 2024 International Forum on Regional Cooperation and Development of China, Japan and the Republic of Korea held in Beijing on May 31.

Scooping a Treasure Chest Full of Lunar History, China's Lunar Mission Hailed by Int'l Scientific Community

China's Chang'e-6 lunar mission successfully landed on the far side of the moon within the South Pole-Aitken Basin. The historic mission has been celebrated by the international scientific community.