China's inbound foreign direct investment (FDI) has entered a sort of adjustment period, in which two-way flows of cross-border capital will become normal.
The year 2015 remains a period of important strategic opportunities for the Chinese economy.
Pollution prevention is more effective than treatment, and China should shift work focus from treatment to prevention.
China is seeking new driving forces to boost its economic development.
China is in the process of an economic and social transition and significant changes are taking place in many areas.
The key to improved quality is in opening-up, innovation, and the rule of law.
In the move to integrate the cities of Beijing and Tianjin, and Hebei province, the focus has to be on thought, organizations and planning to provide basis for other areas.
The change in China's economy from a high growth rate to a medium-to-high one is not finished and the downward pressure is still there.