China First Heavy Industries (CFHI), a typical old industrial base enterprise in Northeast China, has revitalized in recent years through comprehensively deepening reform.
China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC) has made positive exploration in state-owned enterprise (SOE) reform from various aspects including ownership and operating procedures.
China Minmetals Corporation (China Minmetals) improved its competitiveness, innovation and anti-risk capability in 2020 to grow into an internationally-leading metal mining enterprise.
Shanghai Pharmaceuticals Holding Co., Ltd. (SPH) is devoted to deepening reform based on innovation, integration and internationalization and adhering to the principle of openness and cooperation.
Environmental protection sector set to boom as investors, SOEs ready for play.
Digital transformation is playing a crucial role in China General Nuclear Power Corporation (CGN)'s evolution into an internationally-leading clean energy enterprise.
China Eastern Air Holding Co. Ltd (China Eastern) piloted a smart travel mode at Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport to apply during this year's Spring Festival travel rush.
State-owned enterprises (SOE) in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region were focused on promoting pillar industries, deepening reform, boosting innovation, strengthening management and improving supervision during the 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-20), contributing to the rapid social and economic development of the region.
The Wu Xusheng model worker innovation workshop of China Datang Corporation Ltd (CDT) was recently nominated among the 100 national demonstration craftsmanship innovation workshops.
With a total profit of nearly 6.55 billion yuan ($1.01 billion) and a net profit of 4.01 billion yuan, Ansteel Group gained its best economic performance ever in 2020.
China Eastern Air Holding Co. Ltd (China Eastern) geared up to promote application of information technology in such fields as operation, management and user experience during the 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-20), which boosted its high-quality development and digitalization.
China Tower Corporation Limited (China Tower) and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs (MARA) signed an agreement on Jan 19, 2021, to construct video surveillance networks in rural areas.
Despite disruptions due to the COVID-19 epidemic, China's centrally-administered State-owned enterprises (SOEs) reported profit growth in 2020 amid reforms to make their operations more efficient.
China Mobile Limited (China Mobile) signed an agreement with the government of Zhejiang Province on Jan 7, 2021, to promote 5G-based new infrastructure construction, smart applications and digital economy in the region.
China Telecommunications Corporation (China Telecom) has concentrated on strengthening its digitalization capacity by integrating 5G, cloud, network to promote cloud network convergence.
China will continue to promote the "double-hundred action" to enrich the upcoming three-year action plan for reform of State-owned enterprises, which is expected to sharpen their core competitiveness and strengthen dynamism for sustained growth, senior officials said on Oct 27.
For decades, China's infrastructure project providers have been heavily focused on building roads, bridges, dams, railways and airports both at home and abroad. Starting in recent years, many such enterprises have begun to deploy more capital and resources into environmental protection projects to remain competitive in this lucrative sector.
More measures in pipeline to boost exports, capital management, R&D, overseas operations.
As State-owned enterprises' reform deepens, efficiency is going to be critical to quality, said Shanghai's top officials at a news conference on Jan 7.
China will push corporate reforms at 8,000 State-controlled enterprises during the country's 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-2025) period to further optimize asset structures and improve market-oriented operating mechanisms.