• Foreign investors encouraged


    Premier Li Keqiang said China will ramp up efforts to nurture a fairer environment for market competition and will bolster intellectual property rights protection to attract more foreign investment, including from the United States.

  • Zhang Jianguo meets with Guangxi Human Resource officials


    Zhang Jianguo, administrator of the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs, met with Guangxi’s human resources chief Li Ningbo in Beijing on March 8.

  • Lu Ming meets with Dalian Social Security officials


    Lu Ming, deputy administrator of the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs, met with Di Shujun, director-general of Dalian’s Bureau of Human Resource and Social Security in Beijing on March 9.

  • Foreigners to get better legal service


    China's top judge has asked the courts to improve the legal environment through better handling of disputes involving foreigners, particularly in the marine sector, as the country opens wider to the outside world and tries hard to attract overseas enterprises.

  • Foreign experts offer their insights on report


    Ideas and suggestions drawn from foreign experts, including some prominent figures, were heard before Premier Li Keqiang put his own touches to the final version of the annual Government Work Report, which will become a regular practice in the coming years.

  • Granting longer visas for foreign experts eyed to ease entry


    China is considering plans to make it easier for foreign experts to come and stay, such as offering them five- or even 10-year multiple-entry visas.