The success of the shale gas "revolution" in the United States can be copied in other countries, including China, but the difficulties will determine how soon that can be achieved.
Rising alongside the foreign trade volume, trade remedy probes are vexing China, saddling the world's second-largest economy with the work of easing a "growing pain".
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang met with Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen in Beijing's Great Hall of the People on Monday.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang met with Peruvian President Ollanta Humala Tasso in Beijing on Monday, calling on the two countries to deepen friendly and mutually beneficial cooperation.
As China's energy demands grow, its dependency on imported foreign oil will continue to increase from the current level of 58 percent, according to Zhang Guobao, a former director of the National Energy Administration under the National Development and Reform Commission
Eyeing returns in the long run, China's sovereign wealth fund will focus more on infrastructure investment in Europe and the United States, the fund's vice chairman and president said Monday.
The Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Monday that China was targeted by more trade remedy probes last year.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said countries need to enhance coordination on macroeconomic policies while focusing on development issues.
Xi warns against chaos in region
China to sustain relatively high economic growth
China's market environment 'fair'
A Foreign Ministry spokesman on Monday called for peace and dialogue on the Korean Peninsula, warning against a possible confrontation.
China will never close its door to the outside world, President Xi Jinping said Monday at the on-going Boao Forum for Asia (BFA) Annual Conference 2013.