Local economic targets for 2013 show that officials across the country expect similar rates of growth as last year, with coastal regions again accelerating slower than western areas.
China proposes to further reshuffle its coal industry by setting higher thresholds for the scale of coal producers and encouraging mergers to form industrial conglomerates, the government said Monday.
The China Developers Sentiment Index, an index developed by Standard Chartered Bank based on its quarterly survey of 30 mainland developers, indicated continuing expansion in the fourth quarter of 2012.
Guizhou Wujiang Hydropower Development Co, Ltd is to invest 12 billion yuan ($1.9 billion) to develop three to five exploration zones for shale gas development within five years.
Chinese entrepreneur Zhu Jiang didn't need a stock market to raise cash for his media startup. Impatient to tap investors even though Beijing has frozen new share sales, Zhu started flogging stock on shopping website Taobao.com.
Chinese apples loaded in Khasa of Tibet can now directly reach to Nepal's Larcha in Nepal-China border.
The 8th Hong kong Pet Show kicked off in Hong kong, on Feb 2, 2013. The show has 400 booths which displays and sells pet food and supplies from all over the world.
Imported food is gaining popularity in China, as continuous food scandals have tainted the reputation of domestic food.
The average annual amount of money invested in agriculture by Zhejiang businessmen has exceeded 10 billion yuan over the past five years.
Investment in Internet domain names could become a lucrative business. Choosing the right address to earn a six-digit dollar return overnight.
Some Chinese media have quoted Chinese saying that it is "feudal superstition" to say women who get married this year will suffer bad luck.
Business activity in China's non-manufacturing sector continued to grow in January, partly as a result of robust retail trade ahead of the Spring Festival.