The State Council has issued antitrust guidelines on China's Internet platform economy.
The guidelines consist of six chapters with 24 articles.
It accounts the characteristics of the platform economy and basic principles of regulatory supervision.
The regulations also give specified guidance including but not limited to monopolies and abuse of dominance.
In November 2020, the State Administration for Market Regulation issued the anti-monopoly draft rules for online platforms and made it open for public consultation.
A month later, the Central Economic Work Conference for 2021 reiterated the pledge to strengthen anti-monopoly efforts to rein in "disorderly expansion of capital."
The Chinese foreign minister is calling for bringing Sino-U.S. ties back on the track of steady development.
Wang Yi made the remarks in his Lunar New Year message to members of the diplomatic corps in China ahead of Spring Festival, the Year of the Ox, which falls on February 12 this year.
Wang says China is ready to restart dialogue and consultations, properly manage differences, and focus on mutually beneficial cooperation with the U.S.
The Chinese diplomat also stressed the role of strengthening the China-Russia partnership and China-EU cooperation.
Former top U.S. diplomat George Shultz has died at the age of 100.
Shultz served as U.S. secretary of state in the Ronald Reagan administration.
His death was announced on Sunday by the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, where Shultz had worked for more than three decades.
Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says Iran will return to compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal only if the United States lifts sanctions on the Islamic Republic.
"If they want Iran's commitments, if they want Iran to return to its commitments, the U.S. must cancel sanctions completely, and not by words alone or on a piece of paper. They must cancel the sanctions in actuality."
Former U.S. President Donald Trump abandoned the deal in 2018, denouncing it as one-sided in Iran's favor, and re-imposed sanctions against Iran.
The 34th summit of the African Union was held over the weekend.
AU officials say the two-day video summit was aimed at strengthening the collective response to the crisis, marshaling resources for the benefit of all, and striving to ensure that no country is left behind.
The AU has already secured around 670 million doses for its member states and it plans to immunize at least 60 percent of its population in the next three years.
US President Joe Biden's chief medical adviser renewed the administration's commitment to reopen schools within the next 100 days.
Dr. Anthony Fauci says all schools from kindergarten to the eighth grade will reopen provided Congress passes the White House's proposed 1.9 trillion US dollar relief bill.
Biden and his Democratic allies in Congress are forging ahead with their $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package.
Doctors in Britain have been visiting houses door-to-door to be able to vaccinate those who are not able to travel to vaccination sites.
The UK has seen Europe's deadliest coronavirus outbreak, with over 112,000 confirmed deaths.
Most of Britain is in a strict lockdown.
Vaccines Minister Nadhim Zahawi says any plans to lift restrictions must be "evidence based."
So far Britain has given a first coronavirus vaccine jab to nearly 12 million people.
1. consist of 由…组成；由…构成；
A large network may consist of over one million computers.
2. rein in 控制；约束；
The authorities have also taken steps to re in in bank lending.
3. serve as 任职；
She served as a typist in the bank for many years.
4. forge ahead 稳步推进；
During this period, we need to achieve two major tasks and forge ahead with two important reforms.